CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team could not overcome a 12-point High Point lead as the Panthers swept the season series with a 68-58 win Thursday night at the Templeton Center. The Blue Hose fall to 5-19 on the season and 1-12 in the Big South, while the Panthers improve to 14-11, 8-5.
Clinton Red Devil senior wide receiver Donte Reeder might have to get used to snow on the ground during gridiron season - something he rarely saw in South Carolina - as he is going north to play football for a West Virginia university.
The City of Clinton will have an “imported” fire truck coming all the way from New York.
A Vilo Boyd steal with 7.5 seconds to play in the game sealed an 81-80 win for the Clinton Red Devils over the Chapman Panthers on Wednesday night at Chapman High School.
Presbyterian College recently hosted its annual Robert M. Vance Lecture Series on Business Ethics. The speaker, William “Bill” Barnet III is the CEO of Barnet Development Company and former mayor of Spartanburg.
Thornwell’s Strengthening Families program begins its next session on February 7. The 14-week program helps struggling families in Laurens County improve their family relationships.
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team overcame a 14-point Charleston Southern lead to force overtime, but came up short as the Buccaneers held on for the 71-65 win Saturday at the Buccaneer Field House. The Blue Hose fall to 5-18 on the season and 1-11 in the Big South, while the Bucs improve to 8-15, 4-8.
Gabriella M. Evans was named the winner of the Cecil O. Davenport Citizenship Award on Thursday night at the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce annual banquet at Presbyterian College.