Community electric over Thunder AAU basketball team Kevin Boozer
JENKINSVILLE — Fairfield County has become thunderstruck by its newest age 16 and under AAU basketball team, the Fairfield Thunder.
The team sports the McCrorey-Liston orange and black colors and can be found practicing at the MLST gym in the evenings. Thanks to a partnership with teams in Chapin and Irmo, the Thunder have held scrimmages recently.
This team has a nucleus of Davon Peoples, DeQuan Weldon, Nick...
Lady Eagles smothered by Spartanburg Christian Kevin Boozer
WINNSBORO — Spartanburg Christian Academy trounced a young Richard Winn Eagles softball team 12-0 Tuesday evening. Though the girls came up on the short end of this one, Coach Retta Taylor likes what this 8-3 team has shown her this year in terms of competitiveness, hustle and heart.
Their record has the Eagles on the bubble for the state tournament beginning May 10.
Bailey Taylor pitched a complete game in d...
RWA Eagles drop two, could miss playoffs WINNSBORO — The Richard Winn Academy Eagles baseball team’s postseason chances were put on life support Wednesday night as they dropped a second game in a row. The 4-1 loss to Providence Athletic Club came on the heels of a 6-2 defeat by Spartanburg Christian Academy.
Patrick Pope pitched 6 2/3 innings against Spartanburg Christian, giving up six earned runs on eight hits. He walked one, hit one batter and had eight strikeouts for the Eagle...
Griffins take on Central of Pageland in first round of playoffs Kevin Boozer
WINNSBORO — A third place finish in the region means the Fairfield Central Griffins took the road Thursday night against Central of Pageland.
Coach Scotty Dean said Compton Walker would start the game and he hoped Walker would be able to reach down deep and pull out a complete game gem like he has several times this season.
According to Dean, Central finished second in their region which includes Chesterfield...