1993: The Rev. Raymond L. Phillips, Sr., Rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Pine Street, Fort Mill, celebrated 30 years of Priesthood.
1993: A Yellow Jacket fumble in their own end zone with less than three minutes to play was recovered by Clinton and gave the visiting Red Devils a 10-7 win in the third round of the AAA playoffs.
1993: The Fort Mill High School varsity cheerleaders won the State AAA division title at the South Carolina State Cheerleading Association state competition.
1993: Fort Mill High School’s Yellow Jackets defeated Riverside High School 27-7 in the first round of the State football playoffs.
1993: The Fort Mill High School Marching Band won an unprecedented 13th state title at the Class 3A Marching Championship contest. The Indian Land Marching Band finished 2nd in Class A.
1993: Six of the seven candidates for the Fort Mill School Board were in favor of prayer in school, all seven opposed handing out condoms in schools.
1993: Roy Buff, 46, formerly of Charlotte, received a life sentence for the murder of a Fort Mill man. The TV program, “America’s Most Wanted,” was credited with catching Buff, who had been on the run for two years.
1993: York County could decide as early as Nov. 1 if Fort Mill Township would get a new library building.
1993: Chuck Epps, principal of Fort Mill Elementary School, was named principal at Fort Mill’s new Gold Hill Elementary School
1993: The Fort Mill High School Marching Band swept every awards category in music and marching competition in Concord, N.C.
1993: In their first contests of the season, the Fort Mill and Indian Land bands won first place in their competitions. Fort Mill won in Spartanburg while Indian Land won in Rock Hill.
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