Columbia Sports News
Yesterday | via Post and Courier
The road looks a little smoother for Porter-Gaud in this year's SCISA boys tennis Class AAA state playoffs. Hilton Head Prep and Hilton Head Christian, the 2014 state champion and runner-up, are competing in the Class AA state playoffs this time. Comment?
Friday | via The Star
The North Augusta High School softball team dominated Region 5-AAAA rival Irmo Friday, winning 14-0 in a game that was stopped after five innings because of the mercy rule. Karly Heath recorded five strikeouts as she tossed a one-hit shutout and was boosted by a big performance from her battery mate Grace Wallace. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 22 | via The Star
Submitted photo Aiken High softball players and seniors, from left, Mesha Dunbar, Erin Colster, Saja Hargrow, Ayron Dupert and Cari Jones are pictured with head coach Carla Dupert, third from right, following Tuesday's 6-1 loss to Gilbert. The Hornets are headed to the playoffs and Coach Dupert lauded her team's improvement. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 22 | via Lexington County Chronicle
By THOMAS GRANT JR. email@example.com A seventh inning rally has White Knoll in position to claim the Region 5-4A baseball title. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via The Aiken Standard
With the Region 5-AAAA championship on the line Tuesday, the South Aiken High School boys' tennis team welcomed its rivals from Lexington to the H. Odell Weeks Tennis Center. The Thoroughbreds were able to withstand the best the Wildcats had to offer and pulled away for a 5-1 victory that clinched their third consecutive region title. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via WIS-TV Columbia
Before finding out Shaka Smart was leaving VCU to lead the University of Texas basketball program, quite a few eyes in the world of college basketball were fixed on the 6-6 standout. Since being granted his release from the National Letter of Intent he signed not too long ago, Mack now finds himself seemingly as the center of attention as teams fight for his services for the next four to five years. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via Post and Courier
The S.C. High School decided Tuesday to divide its member schools into five classifications beginning in 2016-17, but punted on a proposal that would have forced private schools such as Bishop England to play up a class. The executive committee's decision, made at High School League headquarters in Columbia, will do away with a four-class system that has been in place since 1968, ranging from the smallest schools in Class A to the largest in AAAA. Comment?
Monday Apr 20 | via Post and Courier
Some major changes in South Carolina high school athletics could be in store as the S.C. High School League's executive committee votes on controversial proposals Tuesday. The executive committee will vote on amendments that would force private schools such as Bishop England to play up a classification, and will also consider revamping the state's four-classification system. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 14 | via WLTX-TV Columbia
One of the state's top high school basketball recruits is back on the market after getting his release from Virginia Commonwealth University. Dreher's Tevin Mack Gets Release from VCU One of the state's top high school basketball recruits is back on the market after getting his release from Virginia Commonwealth University. Comment?
Monday Apr 13 | via Newberry Observer
Kevis Burton's one out walk-off home run in the bottom of the sixth inning gave the Newberry High varsity baseball team an 11-0 mercy rule victory Thursday night over Keenan at Bill Harvey Field. On the mound, Burton had a perfect game going into sixth inning, when he gave up a single. Comment?
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