The tasks are formidable but different for Clinton High School’s basketball programs.
President Bob Staton will announce Presbyterian College’s new comprehensive strategic plan, “The Promise of PC,” on Nov. 20. Presbyterian College’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved the plan, which positions the school for academic, athletic and financial success for many years to come.
Thornwell received a $75,000 grant from the St. Marys United Methodist Church Foundation to expand the Building Families program to Southeast Georgia. The grant represents the second year of a three-year, $175,000 commitment to the Building Families program.
The Presbyterian College football team got a three-touchdown day from Ben Cheek to end the season with a 31-21 victory over Gardner-Webb on Saturday afternoon at Bailey Memorial Stadium on Senior Day. PC finishes 2017 with a 4-7 overall record and a 1-4 mark in Big South action.
Main Street Clinton will host the “Christmas in Clinton Window Wonderland” contest among the businesses and property owners in town.
High Point, N.C. – Connor Behrend saved the fifth PK attempt by High Point and the Blue Hose (6-8-5) overcame missing the first attempt to advance to the NCAA Tournament by winning the PK’s 4-3 at High Point, N.C. on Sunday afternoon. This gives the Blue Hose their first Big South Tournament championship in men’s soccer and the schools second as men’s tennis won the Big South back in the spring.
A 13-0 run by the Blue Hose erased a one-point deficit and helped the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team pull away from Johnson and earn the 107-87 win in action Saturday evening at the Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C.
KNOXVILLE, TENN. – Tennessee used a strong first half to open the 2017-18 season with an 88-53 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team Friday night at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn. Davon Bell led the Blue Hose with a career-high 20 points, with Francois Lewis making his PC debut with 10 points. Both finished with a team-leading five rebounds apiece.
Clinton High School senior Destini Robinson was recently recognized for countless hours of service to the community during a Modern Woodmen of America member event.