Phase 1.5 of the South Carolina High School League's return to prep sports begins Monday, and Thursday afternoon the league held a meeting to answer questions about what this next step will look like.
The South Carolina High School League's appellate panel couldn't reach a decision Wednesday morning after meeting for more than two hours to discuss Lexington County's appeal for its plan to rearrange the high school sports calendar.
The South Carolina High School League Executive Committee approved Wednesday to push back the start of the fall sports season due to the continued impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Phase 2 in South Carolina's return to high school sports remains out of reach – casting doubt over a fall season – and South Carolina High School League commissioner Jerome Singleton said Thursday that a Phase 1.5 is a possible mid-point as targeted starting dates for competition draw nearer.
A judge ruled in favor of public charter and private high schools Monday in a lawsuit against the South Carolina High School League, granting an injunction that would push back amendments those schools deemed to be illegal and "contrary to the League's mission and purpose".
Monday called for a different kind of game plan from Aiken County high school coaches, but it was one just as important as a blueprint for a rivalry and championship game.
North Augusta's boys' soccer program checked off all the boxes for Michael Vaughan, who is taking over as head coach of the two-time defending region champion Yellow Jackets.
The Aiken County School District, with input from student athletics staff, has laid out an extensively modified plan for fall sports conditioning in an effort to limit the risk of students' exposure to coronavirus.
GRANITEVILLE — It didn't happen the way they imagined, but Wednesday night was still a night worth celebrating for Midland Valley's baseball seniors.
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.
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.
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.
The expectations couldn't have been much higher heading into the track and field season for Aiken High senior LaToria Robinson, and she came into the spring right on schedule.
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.
The decision was inevitable, but that didn't make it sting any less for area coaches, athletes and fans when the spring sports season and athletic year ended Wednesday.
Two area high school football coaches made big steps forward professionally, with announcements coming Wednesday of moves at North Augusta, Williston-Elko and Barnwell high schools.
Fox Creek sophomore offensive lineman Nick Williams is getting an early introduction to major college football recruiting and its breakneck pace.
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.
The South Carolina High School League on Monday announced the suspension of all spring sport activities through April 5 in response to the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
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