The Clinton High School drama department will present their production of Joseph Kesselring's classic play, Arsenic and Old Lace.
Presbyterian College head coach baseball coach Elton Pollock announced the signing of four student-athletes to NLIs during the early signing period, which began last week. Matthew Burke, Garrett Jones, Cade Owens and Ashby Smith will each join the program beginning with the 2019 season.
Ethan Kay’s three-pointer with 28 seconds remaining gave the Blue Hose the lead, while Reggie Dillard’s block with a second to go helped preserve the win, as the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team rallied to the 75-73 win over Chicago State in its final game of the Battle 4 Atlantis Mainland Tournament Friday afternoon in Baltimore, Md. Dillard led the Blue Hose with 20 points with Ethan Kay and Davon Bell finishing with 18 apiece.
Down by as much as 15 in the contest, the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team cut it to single digits on several occasions, including four in the second half, but could not overcome a hot shooting Nicholls State and dropped a 76-64 decision Thursday afternoon in action at the Battle 4 Atlantis Mainland Tournament, being held in Baltimore, Md. Reggie Dillard led the team with 17 points.
After a nationwide search for a new city manager, Clinton City Council has narrowed the search for their next city manager to three.
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.
It didn’t look like the last days of Pompeii.
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.