Fort Mill finished second and Nation Ford finished fourth in the Region III tournament at Lancaster Golf Club.
After No. 1 Madison Ott and No.4 Ben Herman both lost their individual matches they lost as a doubles tandem. But their Nation Ford teammates picked them up as the Falcons defeated TL Hanna and advanced in the playoffs.
One bad inning for Nation Ford allowed Wade Hampton to sweep the Falcons and claim the District I crown
Fort Mill High School’s winningest football coach will be inducted into the South Carolina Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Former Fort Mill High and Citadel football player Chris Billingslea has signed a free-agent deal with the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks.
Nation Ford scored eight runs in the first inning to coast to a 9-4 win over Spartanburg and move to the District I championship next Wednesday at home.
The Nation Ford Lady Falcons exploded in the top of the seventh inning, scoring five runs to get a 12-7 slugfest win over the Laurens Lady Raiders in an elimination game in the Class AAAA state playoffs.
A 12-6 route over TL Hanna took the sting out a heartbreaking loss to Blythewood and kept Fort Mill in the 4A state baseball playoffs.
Falcons junior starter Dalton Helms cruised through the first inning striking out two of the batters and was struck out five in five innings while allowing just three hits and one walk in a 4A playoff victory.
The Falcons beat Indian Land 1-0, but Northwestern edged Nation Ford 3-2 in overtime in a key Region III-AAAA battle.
A late season surge landed the Fort Mill Middle School baseball team in the county title game, but the streak ended with a loss to the York Cougars.
The Palmetto United U11 Girls 01 Maroon team, including players from Fort Mill, won the South Carolina Youth Soccer State Cup.
Seven Fort Mill Middle School Yellow Jackets scored runs in a 9-5 win over Springfield in the opening game of the York County Middle School Baseball Tournament.
In 2011, Fort Mill hired current athletic director and head boys basketball coach Dwayne Hartsoe from South Pointe. This time, the Jackets have tapped head girls basketball coach Brett Childers, 33, to take over the same role at Fort Mill.
Josh Phegley roped a 1-2 pitch over the left field wall to give the Knights an impressive 5-2 comeback win over the Durham Bulls from Knights Stadium.