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Lexington baseball, softball seek dual 5A state championships

eam has a chance to do something they have not done since 1992. With wins in last week’s upper state championship series, the Wildcats’ baseball and softball teams punched their … more

Gray Collegiate caps dominant season with 2A championship

Redemption was on the line for the Gray Collegiate softball team this week as the War Eagles looked to claim their second state title in three years after losing in the upper state last season. more

Chapin girls fall short of 5A championship dreams

Two goals in the first 15 minutes were enough for Clover to beat Chapin in the 2024 SCHSL 5A girls soccer championship on May 10 at Columbia’s Memorial Stadium. more

Irmo basketball’s Tim Whipple retiring after 43-year coaching career

Tim Whipple, the second-winningest basketball coach in South Carolina’s history, is retiring. more

Gray Collegiate basketball coach Bethea resigns for college coaching job

The head of Gray Collegiate’s basketball dynasty is stepping down after 10 years with the program.  more

Chapin secures second girls lacrosse state title after dominant championship game performance

Chapin head coach Raven Thomas knew before the season started that she had the best girls lacrosse team in the state. more

Lexington’s Cam Scott announces college decision, will play for Gamecocks close to home

Lexington basketball’s most decorated player is staying close to home for his college career after previously decommitting from Texas. more

Chapin football coach retires after 14 seasons with school

Chapin’s football program will be under new leadership for the first time in a long time next season.  more

New look Gamecocks adjusting during spring practice period

The University of South Carolina’s Spring football game is less than two weeks away, and incoming players have spent the last few weeks getting adjusted to their new environment.  more

Lexington‘s American Leadership Academy archery looks to set foundation for future

For months, American Leadership Academy history teacher, Will Harmon, advocated for an archery team to the school’s athletic director.  more

Red-hot Airport clinches title after undefeated region season

The Airport Eagles baseball team is off to a hot start this season, clinching their region title and a playoff spot after a walk-off win against North Augusta on March 25.  more

South Carolina women’s basketball begins NCAA journey with dominant showcase of depth

The Gamecock women’s team is playing some of their best basketball at the right time, capturing two dominant wins last weekend to open NCAA tournament play.  more

New River Bluff athletic director, coaches seeking success in program's next chapter

River Bluff High School named Andrew Peckham as the school’s new athletic director, continuing a recent trend of shifting the responsibilities away from head football coaches.  more

USC men’s and women’s basketball teams ready for NCAA tournament

For the first time since their simultaneous runs to the Final Four in 2017, both University of South Carolina basketball teams are dancing in the March Madness tournament.  more

Lexington High School PA announcer, play-by-play broadcaster celebrates 1,000 called games

If you attended any Lexington athletic event in the past 15 years, there is one thing you’ll notice remained consistent. more

Gamecock Women’s Basketball endures dramatic SEC tournament

The Gamecock women’s basketball team’s ownership of the SEC continued for another season after improving to 32-0 and claiming its eighth conference tournament championship in 10 years last weekend.  more

Gray Collegiate boys soccer seeks redemption after consecutive state title game losses

For the past two seasons, the Gray Collegiate boys soccer team has been one win away from claiming the SCHSL 2A state championship.  more

Columbia set to host two pro sporting events in 2024

Columbia’s college town atmosphere will turn into a temporary spot for some of the world’s best pro sports teams this year. more

The drought is over: Lexington wins first state basketball title in 24 years

Lexington dominated Byrnes to secure the 2024 5A boys basketball state title and end a 24-year drought. more

Gray Collegiate wins program's sixth state title in last 2A dance

The Gray Collegiate War Eagles cemented their dynasty, winning their sixth 2A state title Friday after beating Oceanside. more

Local wrestlers win individual state championships

Six athletes from Lexington County took home the top prize, and many others finished in their classes top-4.  more

Pair of Lexington County basketball teams advance to state championship games

Three teams played in last week’s upper and lower state championships in Florence, with the Lexington and Gray Collegiate boys advancing to the state finals. more

Gilbert hires Lexington 1’s first Black football coach, first female athletic director

Gilbert has found its new AD and football coach and will split the positions for the first time in a long time. more

Lexington wins third-round contest over Sumter, advances to state semis for second year in a row

Lexington successfully punched its ticket to Saturday’s lower state championship game with a 57-37 win over Sumter in the third round of the SCHSL 5A playoffs. more

River Bluff completes second-half comeback to advance in SCHSL playoffs

Yasir Cromer's 31 points sparked the Gators' comeback victory over Gaffney. more
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