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A potentially life-changing senior season may have been cut short, but Aiken High's LaToria Robinson had one last strong finishing kick and was left smiling at the end.

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The South Carolina High School League has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by SCHSL private schools and public charter schools, including Fox Creek.

Jae Nichols has been willing to fill whichever role he's been asked to as a member of South Aiken's basketball team.

South Aiken's Abby Demedicis admitted Wednesday morning at her signing ceremony that making the leap from high school soccer to the college level is a bit nerve-wracking, but still really exciting.

Fox Creek High School is listed among the plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed against the South Carolina High School League over recently-approved rule changes affecting public charter and prominent private schools.

A long and occasionally frustrating recruiting process during a senior year that's been anything but normal had its official happy ending Friday for Aiken High's Darin Parker.

Aiken High senior Elizabeth Colon-LaBorde had been looking forward to her college signing, so it didn't really matter that her ceremony Thursday morning was a bit different than the norm.

Ethan Kaufelds doesn't have to get rid of any of his Crusaders gear when he heads off to college in the fall.

Spring sports are on hold until at least April 30, the South Carolina High School League announced Thursday, in compliance with S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster's executive order closing schools through the end of the month. 

NORTH AUGUSTA — Al Young, P'eris Smith, Ansley Gartell and dozens of their neighbors celebrated another milestone in familiar territory Friday morning, gathering in North Augusta High School's gymnasium to look back at the 2019-20 basketball season — a campaign that reached its zenith Saturd…

The sports calendar in the Aiken Standard coverage area was all but wiped clean Friday as more cancellations and suspensions were announced in response to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Al Young questioned at times during the season whether his North Augusta girls' basketball team could get back to a fourth consecutive state championship game.

The North Augusta girls won't be the only basketball players with local ties hitting the court this weekend at the South Carolina High School League's state championship games.

The second-ranked North Augusta girls' basketball team can, seemingly at any moment, trigger an avalanche of offense to bury yet another opponent.

North Augusta girls' basketball coach Al Young told his players that the home crowd they opened the playoffs in front of would be the easiest one they'd face.

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