Local kids who want to learn about scholastic wrestling or improve on the skills they already have, are invited to participate on the fourth annual Nation Ford High School youth wrestling camp.
Pitching is expected to be the strength of the Fort Mill Post 43 baseball team. The season begins this week.
The second half was the difference as Irmo scored three unanswered goals in the final 32 minutes of the game to come from behind to beat Nation Ford 3-1 in the 4A Upper State boys’ soccer championship.
After two overtime periods, the Indian Land High School boys soccer teams S.C. title hopes were dashed with 19 seconds left in sudden death.
Indian Land will find out Saturday if its boys’ soccer team learned from the lessons of last year’s 5-0 state final loss to Academic Magnet. The Warriors face Bishop England at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Gilbert High School in the Class AA championship game, and Adam Cole’s team knows it has to show up like it didn’t last year.
Nation Ford football players Daniel Jackson and Demarcus Thompson, as well as lacrosse player Alex Skidmore and pitcher Josh Corley, all signed to play in college. Jackson is headed to Gray Military College, Thompson to Jireh Prep, Skidmore to Delaware’s Wesley College and Corley to Erskine.
Indian Land High soccer coach Adam Cole declared its redemption time after the Warriors dominated the Upper State title match and get ready to face Bishop England for the S.C. title.
Fort Mill’s PrimeTime basketball team went on the road and defeated the Wilmington Sea Dawgs and UNC-Wilmington hero Brett Blizzard.
Nation Ford senior Leah Thornock won the school’s first individual state track title by winning the 800-meters at the 4A state championships Thornock wins state championship in 800 meters
A 4-0 shutout over visiting Pendleton earned Indian Land High’s boys’ soccer team another home match – and a chance to win the 2A Upper State title.
The Indian Land High School Lady Warriors soccer team made it to the Upper State title match for the first time in the program’s history. The Warriors play at Christ Church tonight.
Lake Pointe Academy has captured its first state high school golf championship. The Lake Wylie school came out on top in division 1-A play of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools, defeating Fort Mill’s Walnut Grove Christian.
Shalyn Dougherty accounted for all three Indian Land goals as the Lady Warriors made it to the third round of the 2A playoffs on Friday. It’s the program’s first trip into the third round since moving up to 2A.
On paper it was a story of David and Goliath and the Nation Ford High Falcons knocked off the giant, JL Mann, the defending state 4A soccer champions, to gain a berth in the S.C. Upper State title game.
Indian Land secured Thursday’s win over Landrum with a strong finish to the first half and then cruised to a 6-1 final score in the second round of the AA boys’ soccer playoffs.