Aiken Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Aiken, SC

  • Yesterday | via Lexington County Chronicle 

    Friday Night Forecast: Oct. 30, 2014

    The Brookland-Cayce Bearcats beat the Airport Eagles 21-7 in the season's second game. That was in B-C's new 5,000-seat stadium.

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  • Monday Oct 27 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Local Results for Oct. 28

    In the second round of the Class AAA Lower State playoffs, the Aiken High School girls' tennis team faced a tougher challenge than in their postseason opener but still posted a lopsided win. Playing at home at the H. Odell Weeks Tennis Center Monday, the Hornets scored a 5-1 win over Berkeley, the third-place team from Region 5-AAA.

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  • Sunday Oct 26 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Some police patrols to increase on Halloween

    Local law enforcement will be stepping up patrols Friday to accommodate the additional foot traffic from Halloween trick-or-treaters, but police presence will remain the same for high school football games. The Aiken Department of Public Safety will be increasing patrols in some neighborhoods that will be heavily traveled by trick-or-treaters, including River Bluff and Gatewood.

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  • Thursday Oct 23 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Local Results for Oct. 24

    Staff photo by Noah Feit Aiken's No. 1 singles player Sabrina Leguizamon follows through after hitting a winner in her 6-1, 6-0 victory over Bailey Rabon in the Hornets' 5-1 win over St. James in the first round of the Class AAA playoffs.

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  • Wednesday Oct 22 | via The Star 

    Silver Bluff volleyball sweeps past Whale Branch in ...

    Other than a brief period in the first game, Silver Bluff's volleyball team dominated Whale Branch for a 25-15, 25-10, 25-10 win in the first round of the Class AA playoffs. The Bulldogs endured a seven-point run by the Warriors that gave the visitors a 9-7 lead in the first game.

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  • Wednesday Oct 22 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Jackets ready for playoff action

    Staff photo by Bill Bengtson South Aiken High School's Brianna Gould goes for a spike against North Augusta's Cydney Mathews, center, and Desmone't Wilson Oct. 16 in a game that went the Lady Yellow Jackets' way, 3-2 , punching North Augusta's ticket for the playoffs and ending South Aiken's season. Staff photo by Bill Bengtson North Augusta High School's Raynee Spires, backed by teammate Tanner Starnes, keeps the action going Oct. 16 in a victory over South Aiken.

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  • Sunday Oct 19 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Aiken Standard Week Eight Power Rankings for area hi...

    The Blue Devils have steadily risen in the rankings all season and their continued dominance in Region 4-A along with the results from other games opened the door for them to claim the top spot. Their dominating 38-0 win over longtime rival Blackville-Hilda was the Blue Devils' way of storming through the opening.

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  • Saturday Oct 18 | via The Star 

    Stars do what's needed in Week Eight

    Staff Photo by Eric Russell Strom Thurmond quarterback Tyree Stidem drops back for a pass during the Rebels victory over Saluda. Stidem threw for 229 yards and two touchdowns before leaving the game with an ankle injury in the second half.

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  • Saturday Oct 18 | via Lexington County Chronicle 

    Two Chronicle Country thrillers

    It was wild for four big Chronicle Country high schools with a lot to prove to their fans. In a new cross-Lexington 1 rivalry, Lexington went 70 yards and scored the game-winning touchdown with 58 seconds left for a thrilling 16-15 finish.

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  • Saturday Oct 18 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Week Eight Roundup: A look at area high school footb...

    Staff photo by Mike Adams photo Irmo's Anthony Jones goes in for the score as Harold Hilton and Malik Lee try to make the stop. Midway through the third quarter of Friday's critical Region 5-AAAA showdown, the South Aiken High School football team was trailing by seven points at home and in need of a stop as Irmo started a drive in Thoroughbred territory.

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  • Friday Oct 17 | via The Star 

    South Aiken T-Breds run over in second half

    Staff photo by Mike Adams photo Irmo's Anthony Jones goes in for the score as Harold Hilton and Malik Lee try to make the stop. Midway through the third quarter of Friday's critical Region 5-AAAA showdown, the South Aiken High School football team was trailing by seven points at home and in need of a stop as Irmo started a drive in Thoroughbred territory.

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  • Thursday Oct 16 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Only the winner can really plan for the playoffs in ...

    When the Irmo High School football team visits the Stomping Grounds for a game against South Aiken, the outcome will dramatically affect both teams. The winner will even its Region 5-AAAA record at 1-1 and firmly entrench itself in the race for a playoff berth.

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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)