Aiken Sports News

Aiken Sports News

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  • 2 hrs ago | via The Moultrie News 

    Baseball, softball all-state announced

    Wando senior right-hander Jeff Gottesman and senior catcher Noah LoCascio were named to the SCBCA Class AAAA all-state team, while Bishop England junior outfielder Jeffery Brown received AA all-state honors.

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  • Yesterday | via The Aiken Standard 

    Lynn tabbed to lead Fox Creek baseball

    Fox Creek High School hired Kevin Lynn as its new baseball coach. The North Augusta native leaves Aiken High School, where he spent the past two seasons as the Hornets' head coach.

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  • Sunday May 24 | via The Star 

    Hamilton getting T-Breds ready for spring game

    Staff photo by Noah Feit Chris Hamilton addresses the media after being introduced as the new South Aiken High School football coach. After three weeks of spring practice, Chris Hamilton is excited about the players he has and the coaches he's working with on the South Aiken High School football team.

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  • Friday May 15 | via The Star 

    Rematch made in heaven: Undefeated T-Breds, Vikings ...

    Staff file photo by Noah Feit South Aiken tennis players, from left, Stefan Zotovic, Preston Tiffany and Petar Zotovic, look at their medals for finishing runner-up to Spartanburg in the 2014 Class AAAA boys' tennis state championship. The teams will play for the title again today.

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  • Wednesday May 13 | via Post and Courier 

    Wando, Academic Magnet fall in tennis

    Wando's first trip to the Class AAAA Lower State boys tennis final in nearly a decade didn't go the Warriors' way on Wednesday afternoon in Aiken as unbeaten South Aiken rolled up a 5-1 victory. The only win for Wando came at No.

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  • Tuesday May 12 | via The Star 

    T-Breds go to court to resolve dispute

    It took two days and seven matches, but the South Aiken High School boys' tennis team defeated Socastee to advance to the Class AAAA Lower State championship match – for now. There's the possibility South Aiken could have the win revoked and be disqualified because Socastee is challenging the legitimacy of a strategical move and is protesting to the South Carolina High School League.

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  • Tuesday May 12 | via Post and Courier 

    Wando tennis knocks off Lexington

    Wando took a big step forward on Tuesday with a 5-1 victory over old nemesis Lexington in the Class AAAA Lower State boys tennis semifinals. But the giant step still awaits the Warriors as they go on the road on Wednesday to face unbeaten South Aiken in the Lower State final.

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  • Tuesday May 12 | via The Star 

    Brown leaving Fox Creek for Spartanburg

    Staff Photo by Scott Rodgers Fox Creek head baseball coach Wesley Brown addresses his team following its playoff loss at McBee. Brown announced Tuesday morning he would be taking the head coaching job at Spartanburg High School.

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  • Tuesday May 12 | via The Aiken Standard 

    T-Breds' time runs out

    The South Aiken High School baseball team had its chances to beat Sumter Monday night and extend its season. Playing an elimination game on their home field, the Thoroughbreds took a lead into the seventh inning, needing just two outs to advance to another winner-take-all contest at Carolina Forest on Wednesday.

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  • Monday May 11 | via The Moultrie News 

    Smitha s homer lifts Wando past South Aiken in Lower...

    Harrison Smith hit a solo home run in the eighth inning to lift Wando to a 6-5 win over South Aiken Saturday in the Class AAAA Lower State opener.

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  • Sunday May 10 | via Myrtle Beach Online 

    Updated area high school playoff schedule

    The all-area Class AAA Lower State boys soccer match between St. James and Myrtle Beach will happen Tuesday at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. The fourth meeting between those two will determine which has one more game this season for Saturday's state championship.

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  • Feb 28, 2013 | via Hampton County Guardian 

    Wade Hampton falls in third round

    In a hard-fought game, Wade Hampton fell to Silver Bluff 61-50 in the third round of the Class AA state basketball playoffs last Wednesday. The game was tightly contested, with four ties and seven lead changes.

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Aiken High Schools

Aiken High (449 Rutland Drive)
Aiken Performing Arts Academy (Charter) (363 Laurens Street)
Silver Bluff High (64 Desoto Drive)
South Aiken High School (232 E Pine Log Road)