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Kelsey Adds Two Big Time Scorers During Early Signing Period

ROCK HILL, SC—Winthrop head basketball coach Pat Kelsey has announced the signing of two of the nation’s leading high school scorers from last year, Bjorn Broman and Adam Pickett, to National Letters of Intent during the NCAA early signing period which started Wednesday. Broman, a 6-0, 175 lb combo guard out of Lakeview Christian in […]

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Friday Knight’s Losers Week 12

“The Dean” Gene Knight gives you his thoughts on Friday’s biggest High School Football games. Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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Thursday Morning Sports Report

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Four Rock Hill Baseball Players Sign College Scholarships

The Rock Hill Bearcats baseball team came up just short of a state championship appearance and with what the team has returning, many are saying the Bearcats are the team to beat going into the 2015 campaign. In advance of the season 4 of their core players formally accepted college scholarships yesterday afternoon at the […]

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Two South Pointe Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Fall signing day came and went with 2 South Pointe student-athletes signing on the dotted line. Ethan Hinson, a pitcher for the Stallions baseball team will go to Limestone College. Jaelyn Tindal, who helped lead her girl’s golf team to the first girl’s golf state title in school history, will play at Mercer University. Below […]

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4 Northwestern Student Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

In an early morning press conference, 4 Trojans made their commitment to play college sports. Dupree Hart chose to play baseball at the College of Charleston instead of pursuing football. Hart said he felt that baseball was his best opportunity to further his career and said he loved the CofC campus. Kori Wancheck, a 6 […]

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Wednesday Morning Sports Report

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