There was no joy in Lexington County Monday for its two remaining S.C. American Baseball Summer League teams.
The South Carolina Golf Association crowned the youngest State Amateur champion in its history Sunday at Columbia Country Club. The Blythewood club also set a record of its own as the only course in the state to host the prestigious tournament 10 times in the 89 years since it began.
The Southeastern Conference on Friday announced the two additional non-divisional opponents each school will play as part of the SEC's conference-only football schedule in 2020.
A pair of Midlands teams have already advanced to the next round of the S.C. American Baseball Summer League tournament.
West Columbia Post 79 and Lexington 7 looked to clinch its respective opening round S.C. American Baseball Summer League series on the road Tuesday.
The wet conditions caused by Tropical Storm Isaias resulted Monday in delays to most of the S.C. American Baseball Summer League opening round games.
A doubleheader sweep of Greenwood Post 20 enabled Lexington (10-7, 5-4-1) to finish 3rd in the final Midlands Division standings. The twinbill also served as a playoff warm up as the 2 teams will start a Best-of-3 1st round series Monday at Roscoe Frye Field in Lexington.
For the first time in over a century, South Carolina and Clemson will not face each other in football for the annual Palmetto Bowl.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted many different sports teams across the nation. In the Midlands, the Columbia Fireflies' 2020 schedule was cancelled at the start of July, along with all other minor league baseball teams.
Columbia International University’s (CIU) men’s basketball program received a commitment from a West Coast Elite (WCE) 100 camp invitee. Julio Rodriguez, a native of the Dominican Republic is a 2020 top prospect who received offers from NCAA Division I programs, including the University of S…
Lexington School District One's appeal of a proposed athletic plan for the 2020-21 received a split decision Wednesday.
Former University of South Carolina point guard and Ridge View boys’ assistant Khadijah Sessions will hold a second basketball camp in Lexington.
Bud Light will present the 15th annual American Cornhole Organization’s (ACO) World Cornhole Championship in Columbia. The five-day event will take place at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on Lincoln Street from Jul. 20 though Jul. 25.
Wednesday’s S.C. High School League Executive Committee meeting produced only a slight change to the athletics school year schedule due to the ongoing pandemic.
Members of the Lexington County Council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday afternoon supporting the Lexington County Blowfish in reopening the doors Wednesday when the baseball team hosts the Lake Murray Purple Martins.
The South Carolina Gamecocks women's basketball team finished 32-1 overall and No. 1 in the final Associated Press poll last season. However, they didn't have the opportunity to compete in the tournament, as it was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Cardinal Newman guard Joshua Beadle, from Eastover, has officially committed to Clemson. The combo guard was the Tigers' first commitment for the class of 2021.
As the height of summer approaches, parents are still in search of camps to keep their children occupied and active. Ben Lippen School is hosting the Falcons Football Kids Camp for boys in first through fifth grade, which will feature stand out athletes to mentor the children.
The rainfall did not put a damper on Lexington Post 7's Midlands Division opener against Edgefield County Monday at Roscoe Frye Field in Lexington.
A.C Flora rising seinor tight end Banks Pope verbally committed to Appalachian State University in June. Pope was the No. 14 student-athlete to sign with the Mountaineers, who now has 16 signees from the Class of 2021.
It was just a week ago when the athletics facilities at all five Lexington County and two Richland County school districts were bursting with activity.
Minor League Baseball (MiLB) announced Tuesday that the 2020 baseball season has been cancelled. The announcement affects 159 MiLB affiliated teams, including the Columbia Fireflies.
Lexington Richland School District Five representatives announced Sunday evening all summer workouts and athletic activities will be immediately suspended due to a spike in positive COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases in the area.
The past two weeks have seen public schools hold summer workouts following guidelines recommended by the S.C. High School League schools.
Born and raised in a military family, Julian Phillips moved from Texas to Columbia in the third grade so his parents could train at Fort Jackson.
A six-run rally in the bottom sixth helped West Columbia Post 79 secure a 10-8 win over Sumter Post 15 in Monday's S.C. American Baseball Summer League opener.
After a nearly 35-year hiatus, the Palmetto State Games Track and Field Championship returns to showcase South Carolina’s top athletes. The all-comers meet takes place at Columbia International University in Columbia Friday and Saturday, followed by the Palmetto State Games Championship July 17-18.
Former South Carolina women’s basketball player Tyasha Harris was named the 2019-2020 SEC Roy F. Kramer SEC Female Athlete of the Year. Harris is the second Gamecock athlete in the last three seasons to receive the award and the fourth Gamecock athlete to receive the award since its inceptio…