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.
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.
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.
Five touchdowns and 255 yards on the ground are usually enough to satisfy a team. Mark Wise got it himself in Clinton’s 47-33 victory over Aiken at Wilder Stadium on Friday night.
ACT released its annual Condition of College and Career Readiness Report for the Class of 2017 on Thursday. South Carolina’s 50,936 high school graduates showed across the board improvements during the state’s second year of 100 percent participation in the college entrance assessment.
When the camera closes in on the kid on the sideline, he doesn’t usually say, “Hi, Pop!” No, “I love you, Mom” is definitely more prevalent.
Hartsville, SC – Sienna Brent and Elijah Hayes, from Laurens County, have been accepted to the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) in Hartsville. They join students from across South Carolina to form the Class of 2019.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Presbyterian College football team (0-1) fell to ACC foe Wake Forest (1-0), 51-7, on Thursday night at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem, N.C. in the season opener for both teams.
The City of Clinton and the City of Laurens will revise their garbage collection schedule for the week of September 3 due to the observation of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 4.