After losing earlier in the day on Monday to Greer 6-5, the Clinton 11-12 All-Stars stayed alive in the Dixie Youth double elimination tournament, defeating Delmae 8-0. Because of rain on Sunday, Clinton was forced to play two games Monday.
The Clinton 11-12 All-Stars opened Dixie Youth state tournament play in Hartsville on Saturday morning with a 6-0 win over Hilton Head behind a dominant pitching performance from Luke White.
The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy continues to make a name for itself professionally as evidenced last month during the 141st annual South Carolina Pharmacy Association meeting in Hilton Head.
Laurens County Council took no action on Tuesday night on contracts with the City of Clinton and the City of Fountain Inn for fire service in the unincorporated areas of Laurens County not served by Laurens County Fire Services.
Clinton High School announced on Monday that Tom Fortman has been hired as the new head varsity baseball coach starting with the 2017-2018 school year.
Presbyterian College and head softball coach Britne Stubbs announced the signing of pitcher Camryn Alverson (Summerville, S.C.), infielder Hailey Caswell (Jacksonville, Fla.), infielder Alexis Edgerton (Columbia, S.C.), catcher Macy Hyatt (Latta, S.C.), outfielder Chelsea Lyons (Jesup, Ga.), pitcher Sarah Ramsbottom (Maidens, Va.), catcher Grace Wallace (North Augusta, S.C.), and outfielder Ansley Wilbanks (Hiram, Ga.)
Laurens County School District 56 has announced their school registration dates for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Presbyterian College and women’s basketball head coach Todd Steelman announced Wednesday the addition of Jordan Hiatt, who spent last season at the University of Indianapolis.
Presbyterian College President Bob Staton announced that Dr. Booker T. Ingram Jr., Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science, has been named the first Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the College effective July 1.