Follow Us On Twitter

Payback: PC tops Davidson in home finale

By John Clayton | April 11, 2021

Senior Keith Pearson scored the go-ahead touchdown with just under two minutes left in the third quarter and Presbyterian added a Tyler Huff run and a 25-yard field goal in the final period en route to a 29-24 win Saturday over Davidson at Bailey Memorial Stadium. Pearson and Huff connected on touchdowns of 27 and…

Road warriors: PC ends long drought away from Bailey

By John Clayton | April 6, 2021

In the midst a football season largely defined by the unusual, Presbyterian won in a most uncommon way Saturday at Stetson. PC got two defensive touchdowns — both on interception returns from sophomore defensive back Jeffrey Smyth — and a kickoff return for a score en route to a 26-3 victory over the Hatters. Smyth,…

San Diego escapes with 24-21 win over Blue Hose

By John Clayton | March 27, 2021

San Diego’s dominance against Pioneer Football League continued Saturday against the league’s newest member. The Toreros (3-0) won their 41st straight Pioneer League game, capitalizing on Presbyterian miscues and holding off a fourth-quarter rally for a 24-21 victory Saturday at Bailey Memorial Stadium. San Diego led 24-7 before a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, including an…

Peterson’s jersey retired, Raiders thump Emerald

By John Clayton | March 23, 2021

Playing on its home field for the first time in more than a year, the Laurens baseball team honored one of its greatest players Friday night. The family of Charles Peterson, who died of complications from COVID-19 in September, at the age of 46, paid tribute to Peterson along with the Raiders and a smattering…

Nichols named CEO of Clinton YMCA

By John Clayton | March 23, 2021

A nationwide search for a new head of the Clinton Family YMCA ended very close to home. Former Presbyterian College head football coach Harold Nichols was named chief executive officer of the Clinton Family YMCA in an announcement from the organization’s board of directors. “We conducted a nationwide search that generated a tremendous amount of interest…

PC makes Pioneer debut with 31-16 victory

By John Clayton | March 13, 2021

Presbyterian College began a new era in the non-scholarship NCAA Division I Pioneer Football League Saturday with a 31-16 victory over visiting Morehead State at Bailey Memorial Stadium. Redshirt freshman Delvecchio Powell II ran for a game-high 104 yards and a first-quarter touchdown on 26 carries to lead the Blue Hose (1-1) to victory in…

PC loses heartbreaker, readies for Morehead St. visit

By John Clayton | March 10, 2021

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Presbyterian appeared poised to end its long, strange purgatory between scholarship and non-scholarship college football Saturday with an exclamation point and a victory over former Big South Conference nemesis Gardner-Webb, which escaped with a 31-24 double overtime victory at Spangler Stadium. PC took a 24-21 lead with 70 seconds to play…

PC springs into action vs. Runnin’ Bulldogs Saturday

By John Clayton | March 2, 2021

Presbyterian football players have only practices and the Blue-White scrimmage to look forward to during a normal springtime. This isn’t a normal spring, and former Big South foe Gardner-Webb awaits Saturday. The Blue Hose travel to Boiling Springs, North Carolina to face the Runnin’ Bulldogs at 1 p.m. at Spangler Stadium for PC’s season opener.…

LA makes SCISA playoffs with dominating win

By John Clayton | February 17, 2021

The Laurens Academy girls basketball team got a delayed victory at Anderson Christian Tuesday night that put the Crusaders in familiar territory – the SCISA Class A state playoffs. With the 45-28 win, which was spurred by Payton Breen’s 16-point performance and 15 from Elissa Hucks, the Crusaders also delivered head coach Jason Marlett’s 150th…

SCHSL meeting to decide fall sports options

By John Clayton | February 10, 2021

The South Carolina High School League’s Executive Committee was to meet today (Wednesday) to consider plans for the fall sports season. According to a story in the Spartanburg Herald-Journal written by Jed Blackwell, COVID-19 related precautions continue this spring and into the fall. Those precautions could include the cancellation of “open season” period for fall…