District 50 schools will operate on a normal schedule today, following Friday night’s brawl at the high school jamboree that sent crowds of people scatter and brought games to an end.
Longtime Lander women’s assistant basketball coach DeCole Shoemate Robertson has signed on to become the assistant coach at Coastal Carolina.
Coastal Carolina University announced it hired Kevin Pederson to coach its women's basketball team. According to a Tuesday press release, Pederson will become the seventh head coach in program history.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers have agreed to a one-year contact to bring back quarterback Cam Newton to the franchise that drafted him No. 1 overall in 2011, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
Greenwood High School’s varsity football region game, scheduled for Friday night at Laurens, was canceled because of COVID-related issues within the Raiders’ program, Greenwood coach Chris Liner said.
Saluda’s home football game against Ninety Six, scheduled for Friday, was canceled because of a COVID-related situation within the Tigers’ program, Saluda coach Stewart Young said Monday.
A Dutch Fork High School football player who recently received his first Division 1 college football scholarship offer from Presbyterian died after collapsing at practice Tuesday, officials said.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Lander women’s basketball team has become the first in school history to reach the Final Four as the No. 2-seeded Bearcats pulled away from No. 7-seeded Azusa Pacific 88-76 Tuesday afternoon in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Z…
The South Carolina football team will not compete in Saturday’s Gasparilla Bowl because of COVD-19 concerns, athletic director Ray Tanner said Tuesday in a press release.
The Class 2A football state title game between Abbeville and Marion, scheduled for this Friday in Columbia, has been postponed because a number of Marion players tested positive for COVID-19.
The Laurens varsity football team shut down the remainder of its season Thursday because a member of the program tested positive for COVID-19, according to a release from the school district.
While support for a spring football season sprouted, the South Carolina High School League decided Wednesday to keep the season in the fall.
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.
State parks opened Friday, with social distancing restrictions in place to ensure their ability to stay open while the coronavirus pandemic continues.