GREEN SEA FLOYDS 48, RIDGE SPRING-MONETTA 12
COLUMBIA —The Warhorses ultimate shot at redemption in the Class AA state championship game quickly turned into a deja vu moment at Charles W. Johnson stadium on Friday.
Limping into the playoffs on a two-game losing streak, Saluda head football coach Stewart Young gathered his players and fellow coaches to tell them about something he had noticed.
The Ridge Spring-Monetta football team wouldn't be playing for a state championship Friday night at Benedict College if not for wins the last two weeks at Blackville-Hilda and Wagener-Salley.
BARNWELL — The Warhorses did what they set out to do.
Barnwell turned up the pressure in the second half of Friday night’s Class AA Lower State championship game and defeated Oceanside to get back the state championship game for the second year in a row.
SUMMERVILLE — John McKissick, whose 621 victories at Summerville High School made him the nation’s winningest football coach at any level, has died at age 93.
Barnwell has been here before. The Warhorses have played in the Class AA Lower State championship game in each of the past three years. The only difference this time is the opponent isn't one of the traditional names Class AA fans have come to expect.
Tuesday afternoon was a nice time for a little football practice, with the sun shining, the skies clear and the temperature more than fair for late November.
The media center at South Aiken High School was packed Wednesday night as dozens of family members, friends and coaches crammed in to support six T-Breds who signed to continue their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level.
Three local high school cross country teams and an additional six individual runners have qualified for Saturday's state championship races at the Carolina Cup Facility in Camden.
The South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association released its preseason rankings and top senior players Tuesday afternoon, and North Augusta's girls are in a familiar spot.
The state's remaining field of high school football playoff teams was cut in half following Friday's first round, which had a similar effect on the local representation.
Nine area high school volleyball players earned All-State or North-South honors, the South Carolina Coaches Association of Women's Sports announced Thursday.
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