South Carolina men’s basketball coach Frank Martin tested positive for the new coronavirus in May, the university released Tuesday in a long statement in which Martin shared his experience.
As Emerald football coach Tad DuBose prepares to enter his first season at the helm, the staff will have a different look than in past seasons.
Clemson receiver Justyn Ross, considered a first-round NFL draft pick next spring, will miss the upcoming college season due to a spinal condition uncovered after he was hurt at practice in March.
Greenwood Christian football coach Jolly Doolittle knew it wouldn’t feel like a normal return to the practice field, but he was grateful for the opportunity to get back to work with his players.
New Era Hurricanes coach Dallas Rappley hoped to get the preseason going a little earlier, but the go-ahead from state government for youth sports to resume came just in time for his team to get a head start before the youth football season opens in August.
High school athletic programs across the state anticipated receiving a start date Thursday for summer workouts. Instead, schools were met with even more uncertainty.
Clemson and South Carolina went head-to-head for one of North Carolina’s top prospects in four-star defensive end Zaire Patterson (6-foot-6, 225 pounds) of Winston-Salem, and the Tigers came out the winners.
Though the past weeks of Malcom Leach’s life have been difficult, he reached one of his life’s goals Thursday when he became a member of USC Upstate’s men’s track team.
The South Carolina High School League sent a memo to member schools Thursday afternoon informing them that summer workouts for fall sports will be allowed.
Although the American Legion announced last month that its baseball season was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new league has emerged and cleared the way for the Post 20 Greenwood Braves to play this summer.
GAFFNEY — Police have identified a former employee of an upstate South Carolina college as a “person of interest” in illicit videos that showed female athletes in changing clothes in locker rooms.
Anthony Martin will return to the Abbeville County School District for the first time in nearly a decade, this time as defensive coordinator for the Dixie High School football team.