The Clinton Red Devils got their last preseason tune-up before the season on Wednesday in a scrimmage with the Blacksburg Wildcats at Wilder Stadium.
How Tom Fortman became the new head baseball coach at Clinton High School is quite a yarn.
Musgrove Mill State Historic Site protects, preserves and interprets the American Revolutionary War battle that occurred on August 19, 1780 near the home of Edward Musgrove, a colonial settler to the backcountry of South Carolina.
The magical run for the Clinton 11-12 All-Stars came to an end last week but not before they captured a second place finish in the Dixie Youth Ozone World Series in Oxford, AL.
In the first 3 minutes, 56 seconds of Friday night’s scrimmage against Strom Thurmond, Clinton’s offense lost two yards, and the sound in the stands was the dull hum of a thousand or so saying “whoa” all at once, with an “uh-oh” for good measure.
WOODRUFF – Opening the Arthur State Bank Woodruff Showcase, Clinton held up its end of the bargain with a 20-7 victory over Blue Ridge on Thursday evening.
The Clinton 11-12 All-Stars picked up one win and one loss on Wednesday, defeating Texas 11-0 and losing to Alabama 3-2 in the Dixie Youth Ozone World Series in Oxford, AL.
The Clinton All-Stars broke open a close 1-0 game with nine runs in the fourth and fifth innings to take a 10-0 win over Tennessee in the Dixie Youth Ozone World Series in Oxford, AL on Tuesday.
The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team and Head Coach Dustin Kerns announced the non-conference portion of its schedule Tuesday. The slate includes contests against the Atlantic Coast, Conference USA, Southeastern, Southern, Southland, America East, Western Athletic, and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conferences.
At the annual convention for the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators (NASCA), Larry Mulhall, director of safety and risk management and campus police at Presbyterian College, and Captain Jon Baker, campus police officer were recognized.