Frank Hill was the face of Emerald High School athletics from its inception until his retirement in 2004. The football stadium bears the coach’s name.
Ninety Six football coach Andre Woolcock will leave the program after the school year to take the head coaching position at Eastside High.
Rain and thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon and a forecast showing thunderstorms later in the evening caused several Lakelands schools to postpone or cancel athletics events.
Drew Richards, who has been a part of four NCAA Tournament appearances in the last five seasons, has been selected as the head coach of the Lander men's basketball team.
Emerald girls basketball coach Merv Rollinson is stepping down after leading the Vikings to their first Upper State run in school history and turning the program around after winless seasons six years ago.
After romping to a fourth straight Class 2A title in December, Abbeville High School’s football team earned a well-deserved rest.
Emerald defensive end Nick Sheetz’ recruiting process was a long one. At times, it was confusing, but his future in college football always looked promising. Sheetz has reached the end of that process, and his destination is all the way across the country.
Emerald lineman Sevoy Jeter made some of his best memories in football wearing a purple jersey. Now that his time at Emerald High is over, the thing he remembers best is how the Vikings accepted him after a year away.
Emerald senior Jamil Martin was at a crossroads after his final high school football season. He was weighing joining the military or playing college football.
DUE WEST — Dixie volleyball player Jarena Byers moved toward accomplishing a long-held dream of playing college volleyball Wednesday when she signed with Spartanburg Methodist College’s volleyball program.
NINETY SIX — Ninety Six football coach Andre Woolcock thinks Wildcat defensive end Caljoul Gray flew a bit under everyone’s radar this past season.
ABBEVILLE — It’s sometimes hard to be impressed with running back statistics from Abbeville High’s football program. With the Panthers’ A-bone formation — and plenty of talented backs to carry the ball — things get spread around a lot.
ABBEVILLE — The Abbeville High football team used a plethora of running backs to rack up more than 4,500 yards of offense this past season.