Emerald girls golf coach Gary Odom is settling into his first year guiding the Vikings, and he can already tell this season could be special.
After a spring and summer filled with plenty of uncertainty, the wait is almost over for the return of high school football for the state’s public schools.
You can say one thing about former Hartsville running back Tiyon Evans (5-foot-10, 200 pounds), who’s now at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas: when it comes to his recruiting: expect the unexpected.
The WCTEL Classic, an annual precursor for the high school football season, had six teams drop out in the week before the event. But Friday night, Abbeville and McCormick remained to kick off the 2020 season.
A late fumble recovery by Cambridge-Palmetto senior lineman Aaron Hegler in the final minute of Friday’s game against the Greenville Hurricanes sealed a 40-28 win for the Cats on Senior Night.
Emerald’s young team had to battle through growing pains last season, but the Vikings will be looking to make significant strides this season under first-year coach Tad DuBose and a new-look coaching staff.
CLINTON — Corey Fountain guided Clinton to its first playoff appearance in three years last season, but he recognizes there is still more work to do in the program’s rebuild.
Ninety Six overcome two tightly contested sets early in the match to take control and hand rival Abbeville a region loss, 25-22, 22-25, 19-25, 25-8, 15-12.