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The Presbyterian College baseball team received solid pitching and strong defense on Tuesday in its non-conference game at No. 11 Clemson, but the Blue Hose could not topple the Tigers at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, 4-2.

On Friday, Laurens District High School senior Tanner Adair signed to play football for Newberry College.

Wrestlers from across the Upstate of SC converged on LDHS for two days of championship wrestling at the AAAA Upper State individual wrestling tournament this weekend.

A late-game rally fell one run short as the Presbyterian College baseball team dropped its weekend finale at Wofford on Sunday evening, 8-7.

This spring, the Laurens YMCA will host a county-wide middle school baseball program.

The Laurens Raiders’ run in the AAAA playoffs came to a halt on Thursday night as the T.L. Hanna Yellow Jackets took a 67-42 opening-round win in Anderson.

Despite a career-night from Reggie Dillard, the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team was not able to overcome a late run by Gardner-Webb, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs rallied for the 79-70 win in Big South action tonight at Porter Arena in Boiling Springs, N.C.

The Laurens Academy boys needed double overtime to take a 64-61 win over Newberry Academy in the SCISA Region 2-A tournament finals at Glenforest Academy in Columbia on Tuesday.

Despite an impressive debut from freshman southpaw Brian Kehner (Flowery Branch, Ga.) and a seven-to-six hit advantage, the Presbyterian College baseball team dropped a non-conference road game to No. 5 South Carolina on Tuesday, 4-0.

The Presbyterian College baseball team opened 2014 with a bang on Sunday afternoon, sweeping the Savannah State Tigers in a doubleheader at the PC Baseball Complex, 9-5 and 4-0.