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Holiday tournament matchups feature in this week's basketball games to watch

Teams from Lexington County will be put to the test as holiday tournament games highlight this week's contests to keep an eye on. more

Gilbert coach becomes Lexington 1 athletics director, Lexington High gets new principal

The county’s largest school district will welcome a new athletic director and three principals in the new year. more

River Bluff boys down Midland Valley for eighth win of season

The River Bluff boys basketball team dominated Midland Valley Thursday night, winning 81-50 and recording a season-high in points scored.  more

Gilbert jumps 3 spots, others remain in place during latest round of basketball rankings

All five of the Lexington County schools featured in last week’s edition of the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association rankings maintained a spot in this week’s version.  … more

First-time head coach Jordan Leath hopes to bring success to Northside girls basketball

New Northside Christian girls basketball coach Jordan Leath’s journey to his job started when he was 14.  more

Northside Christian boys basketball faces new expectations

The Northside Christian boys basketball team is approaching this season with high ambitions. The team wants to repeat as region champions and move past the first round of the SCISA playoffs for the first time in program history.  more

Dutch Fork girls see early success under new head coach Candace Bush

The Dutch Fork girls basketball team has jumped to an 8-1 start under the watch of new head coach Candace Bush. more

Slate of rematches highlight this week's basketball games to watch

This week’s round of high school basketball games includes a few rematches between teams that met earlier in the season. more

Irmo defeats Chapin following commanding third quarter

The Yellow Jackets beat the Eagles on the road Friday night after coming out of the halftime break and building a 20-point lead. more

Irmo head coach Tim Whipple looks forward to exciting but challenging 43rd season

Legendary Irmo basketball coach Tim Whipple and his Yellow Jackets are fresh off a state championship and enter the new season with many questions surrounding the team.  more

Gray Collegiate basketball looks to sustain success under leadership of longtime friends

Gray Collegiate’s basketball teams entered the season No. 1 in the coaches association’s 2A boys and girls preseason polls and will have the opportunity to make history for the second consecutive year.  more

‘Greatest Story Ever’? Dutch Fork football overcomes 2-5 start to claim title

The Dutch Fork football team gathered on the sideline following the program’s eighth state championship win last Friday and burst into a chant that has taken special meaning over the past few weeks.  more

Gray Collegiate falls short of title dreams despite pushing past outside noise

Gray Collegiate entered the 2023 football season unaware of how many games it would play and where, but throughout all the distractions, the players’ focus remained on playing for a state title. more

Gilbert girls enter, Dutch Fork girls climb in latest round of basketball rankings

Lexington's boys, Dutch Fork's girls and both Gray Collegiate teams remain in the latest round of rankings, while the Gilbert girls enter for the first time this season. more

Dutch Fork boys, girls headline this week's local games to watch

The high school basketball season is in full swing and teams from around the county are working to find their footing early in the year.  more

Dutch Fork dynasty continues with 5A championship win over region rival White Knoll

Dutch Fork captured its eighth state title Friday night after the Silver Foxes defeated region foe White Knoll 21-6 to give head coach Tom Knotts his 15th career championship. more

Top-ranked hometown prospect Cam Scott seeks to bring greater success to Lexington

In an era where the nation’s top high school basketball talents are recruited to various big-time private and prep schools, Lexington’s Cam Scott stands as an outlier.  more

West Columbia middle school basketball team gets to scrimmage at USC halftime

The start of regular season basketball play is big enough, but Fulmer Middle School’s boys’ team had an even bigger moment this week. more

Gray Collegiate loses to Oceanside in 2A state championship game

Gray Collegiate concluded its season, losing to Oceanside 35-28 in the 2A state title game after its offense went cold following a 14-0 first-quarter lead. more

Dutch Fork, White Knoll square off for 5A title, Gray Collegiate in 2A champ game

High school football championship week is here, and three teams from Lexington County survived to the final round to fight for the right to call themselves champions.  more

Chronicle Country games to watch during this week's slate of high school hoops

The official start of the South Carolina high school basketball season is this week and many teams from around the county will look to pile up wins early in their campaign. more

Irmo falls to South Florence in state semifinal, ends historic season for Yellowjackets

A historic season for the Irmo Yellowjackets came to a close Friday night after a 28-21 loss to defending 4A champions, South Florence.  more

Photos: Brookland-Cayce, Gray Collegiate march on, Gilbert falls

Brookland-Cayce and Gray Collegiate advanced to the state football semifinals with wins over Crestwood and Strom Thurmond Nov. 17, while Gilbert fell to Camden in a heartbreaking loss.  The … more

Dutch Fork surging through playoffs after shaky season

Dutch Fork struggled early and started 0-3. The last time Dutch Fork had more than one loss in a season was in 2015 when the team was still in 4A.  more

Photos: State’s best senior volleyball players compete in annual North-South All-Star games

Four Lexington County athletes played alongside some of South Carolina’s best volleyball players in Saturday's North-South All-Star games. more
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