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Winthrop’s Cooper Named Big South Women’s Field Athlete of the Year

ROCK HILL, SC—Fresh off her third place hammer throw finish and earning All-American honors at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Winthrop junior Marthaline Cooper has been voted the 2016 Big South Conference Women’s Field Athlete of the Year by the league’s head coaches. Cooper (Providence, RI) had an amazing year as she captured […]

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AUDIO: Friday Morning Sports Report

Chris Miller has the latest local sports news. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/sports6-17.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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WRHI’s Chuck Boozer And Rev. Ronal King Collect Hundreds Of Fans For Less Fortunate

For the third straight year, Palmetto Mornings’ co-host, Chuck Boozer, along with Christians to Feed the Hungry’s Ronal King, braved extreme heat and collected fans for those who have no air conditioning in York County.  Boozer and King set-up in the Rock Hill Lowe’s parking lot from 11a-5p on Thursday afternoon when temperatures reached the […]

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#FootballCityUSA To Host Nation’s Largest High School Football Showcase Next Month

ROCK HILL, SC – On July 14 – 20, the Football University (FBU) Top Gun Showcase will take over South Pointe High School for its annual two-event national showcase. The Top Gun camp is the largest national showcase event in the U.S. that features some of the best middle and high school athletes in an […]

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AUDIO: Thursday Morning Sports Report

Chris Miller has the latest local sports news. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/sports6-16.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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AUDIO: Wednesday Morning Sports Report

Chris Miller has the latest local sports news.

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#SCPrimary 2016 Election Results

Former York County GOP Chairman, Wes Climer, has unseated 25 year State Senator Wes Hayes in their hotly contested Senate primary.  Climer edged Hayes 52%-48% as the challenger tallied 4,989 votes to the incumbents 4,683.  Climer won 28 of the 44 precincts in the District 15 seat.  Climer told WRHI that when he spoke with […]

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