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Northwestern two-sport star signs scholarship

Northwestern High School’s Alexis Loney has signed on the dotted line to play basketball next season at Denmark Tech.

Two Rock Hill High Athletes Ink College Scholarships

Rock Hill high sent two more students to the next level early Wednesday Morning as Rebekah Addison and Anita Jones signed on the dotted line. Addison, who has lettered for 5 years in softball and 3 in volleyball, will play softball for Coker College. The senior has a 4.8 GPA and wants to be a […]

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Prep basketball playoff games rescheduled

The ice storm that struck the area on Tuesday has caused changes in nearly every high school basketball playoff game in the upstate. See the list below for the revised dates and times. Wednesday Emerald at South Pointe (boys), 6 p.m. Spartanburg at Clover (boys), 6 p.m. Byrnes at Northwestern (boys), 6:30 p.m. Great Falls […]

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South Pointe High to forfeit 3 varsity basketball games

South Pointe High School will forfeit three December games for dressing a student athlete not eligible¬†for academic reasons. South Pointe Athletic Director Mike Drummond said the school self-reported its infraction to the S.C. High School League January 7. During a routine check of the school’s winter sports rosters, Drummond’s office discovered a player was on […]

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Six Honored By the South Carolina Athletics Coaches Association

The Tri-County area has once again shown that it has some of the best coaches in South Carolina as 6 were honored at the annual South Carolina Athletics Coaches Association’s annual meetings. Clover Athletic Director Carrol Hester was selected as the statewide AD of the year. Northwestern’s Kyle Richardson, who led the Trojans to a […]

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Rock Hill High sends two more to the next level

Two more Rock Hill Bearcats signed college scholarships early Friday morning at the school. Gracie Barnes will go to the Citadel to play volleyball. According to her coach, Cindy Elder, Barnes is rare in the fact that she can play any position on the court. Barnes said she chose the Citadel for multiple reasons, including: […]

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South Pointe High has four more sign scholarships

Rock Hill’s third and newest high school continues to make a name for itself by sending 4 more students to college on athletic/academic scholarships. During a signing at the school, South Pointe High announced that the following 4 students will play college sports. Evan Sherer (daughter of Todd and Sue Sherer) Will play volleyball at […]

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