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Red Devils seeking inspiration from the past

Clinton High School, winner of eight football state championships, honors two of them on Friday night when the Red Devils take on Chesnee (3-2) at Wilder Stadium.

Laurens County places 4 names on SC Football Hall of Fame ballot

The South Carolina Football Hall of Fame (SCFHOF) chooses its class each year through a voting process. SCFHOF opened member voting for their Class of 2018 as announced at their annual kickoff party on September 1, 2017. 

Presbyterian holds off Campbell for first win, 28-16

The Presbyterian College football team earned its first victory of the season with a 28-16 win over Campbell on Saturday night at Bailey Memorial Stadium. PC improves to 1-2, while the Camels fall to 1-2 on the season.

Abbeville rolls past Clinton, 49-12

ABBEVILLE – Pace defined everything in Abbeville’s 49-12 conquest of Clinton on Friday night.

City of Clinton announces tourism grant program

The City of Clinton will open the 2017 accommodations tax grant program funding cycle on Wednesday, September 13. Organizations that attract or provide for tourists are encouraged to apply to the city for grant funding to support their projects.

Wise named GoLaurens.com/GoClinton.com Player of the Week

Clinton High School running back Mark Wise was named the GoLaurens.com/GoClinton.com Player of the Week for his play in the Red Devils' 47-33 win over Aiken on Friday night.

PC Women's Basketball announces 2018 conference schedule

The Big South Conference announced the 2018 conference schedule last week. The 18-game schedule consists of games against every team twice and never more than two road games in a row. The Blue Hose will play every team once before the second game against any team.

Piedmont Tech’s dual enrollment program opens door for Clinton High graduate

Austin Francis is looking toward the future and a successful career that will last. For the 2017 Clinton High School graduate, the dual enrollment classes he took from Piedmont Technical College were the first steps to that future.

For the first time in 80 years, The Citadel fans make their way to Clinton

Once upon a time, Tom T. Hall wrote a song in which he mentioned a fellow in a bar “who claimed he was a veteran of the Falkland Islands War.” It was only slightly more likely for The Citadel to be playing football in Clinton on Saturday.

Presbyterian falls to No. 13 Citadel in impromptu home opener

The Presbyterian College football team (0-2) fell to 13th-ranked The Citadel (2-0), 48-7, on Saturday afternoon at Bailey Memorial Stadium in what proved to be PC’s home opener after the game was moved from Charleston earlier this week due to the threat of Hurricane Irma.

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