Sports
Two Red Devils sign National Letters of Intent

Clinton High School’s Kody Varn and Haleigh Kuykendall took the next step in their athletic and academic careers on Wednesday as they signed their National Letter of Intent to their respective universities.

Registration deadline approaching for Laurens youth baseball and softball

Laurens area youth baseball and softball are accepting registrations for the 2018 season.

Blue Hose sign 21 on National Signing Day

The Presbyterian College football team added 21 student-athletes on the first day of the regular signing period, which began on Wednesday, known as National Signing Day. PC added 16 athletes from the Palmetto State on the opening day of the signing period.

Late rally leads Winthrop past PC

Rock Hill, S.C. – A 28-9 run by the Winthrop Eagles over the final 11 minutes of play lifted Winthrop to a 63-49 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team on Wednesday night at the Winthrop Coliseum.

Hillcrest overwhelms Raiders, Lady Raiders on Senior Night

The Hillcrest Rams came to Laurens on Tuesday night and spoiled Senior Night for the Raiders with two blowout victories.

Red Devils stagger past Woodruff into tie-breaker for region title

In order to force a tie-breaker with Newberry for the Region 3-3A championship, Clinton's boys' basketball team merely had to slip past Woodruff in the Senior Night regular-season finale on Tuesday night.

Fort Mill eliminates Laurens from 5A wrestling playoffs

The Fort Mill High School Yellow Jackets defeated the Laurens Raiders in the opening round of the 5A state wrestling playoffs on Saturday.

CrossFit864 hosts 8th annual half-marathon, 5K

CrossFit864 hosted their eighth annual half-marathon and 5K in Clinton on Saturday.

Blue Hose falter at UNC Asheville

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Ahmad Thomas scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead the UNC Asheville Bulldogs to the 75-61 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team Saturday evening in Asheville, N.C.  Reggie Dillard led the Blue Hose effort with 14 points.

Clinton boys cling to first-place tie in region, fight mars girls game

Led by the silky shooting of J.D. Payne and the adroit defense of Vilo Boyd, Clinton finished a sweep, yes, of Broome, 59-48, Friday night and maintained a tie for first place in the Region 3-3A boys’ basketball race with one game left.