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PC names new athletic director
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Presbyterian College announced Monday that Danny Sterling was hired as the new athletic director. He replaces Brian Reese, who left in January for the AD post at Lander University. Sterling joins PC after previously being the athletic director of the University of Virginia’s College at Wise. In his post at Wise, Sterling ran a department…

PC baseball falls short of tourney title
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The Presbyterian College baseball team came up just short of a Big South Tournament title Sunday in Lexington, losing 9-2 to Radford in the tournament final. The loss ends PC’s season with a record of 32-29 – marking the team’s first winning season since going to Division I. After exchanging runs in the fourth inning,…

PC names Kerns as new basketball coach
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Dustin Kerns was named the new Presbyterian College head men’s basketball coach Tuesday morning, and was to be officially introduced at 2:30 p.m. press conference at the Harper Center for the Arts, located on PC’s campus. Kerns, who has been the associate head coach at Wofford for four years, replaces Gregg Nibert as PC’s coach.…

Laurens names 3 new coaches; Patterson gets baseball full-time
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The Laurens Raiders’ athletic department wrapped up the search for two head varsity coaches Thursday, while also naming the replacement for another who left for personal reasons. Tori Patterson, who had been the interim head coach following the departure of Dale Nelson late last year, was named the permanent coach. Patterson led the Raiders to…

Clinton boys’ tennis denied state title
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The Clinton boys’ tennis team saw its state championship dreams end one victory short of the ultimate goal. Defending state champion Hanahan, in a match delayed three days due to weekend rain, overpowered Clinton in the Cayce Tennis Center ┬áto pick up a 6-0 victory and win the SCHSL Class 3A title Tuesday evening. Clinton…

Dorman’s Walker named new LDHS boys’ basketball coach
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The Laurens Raiders boys’ basketball program has a new head coach. Ryan Walker, the former assistant coach with the Dorman Cavaliers, was named as the new head coach of the Laurens Raiders Monday night during a school board meeting at the Laurens District 55 office. The decision was announced after an executive session period that…

Clinton tennis advances to finals
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The Clinton Red Devils boys’ tennis team advanced to the SCHSL Class 3A Championship match with a 6-0 victory over West-Oak Wednesday afternoon at home. Clinton (19-2) swept through all five singles matches without dropping a set, but had to rally back in the No. 2 doubles after losing the opening set to finish off…

CHS tennis advances to semis
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The Clinton boys’ tennis team advanced to the Class 3A semifinals with a 6-0 victory over Camden. Clinton swept all five singles matches, with three having to go a full three sets. Robert Powell (No. 2 singles), Ike Waldron (No. 3) and Tyler Trevino (No. 4) all won their matches in three sets, with Waldron…

Raiders’ softball season ends at Byrnes
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The Laurens Raiders’ softball season is over after a 3-0 District II final loss at Byrnes. Byrnes pitcher Kasey Widmyer went the distance, allowing just two hits and one walk, while striking out four. The Rebels’ offense was held to five hits by Laurens pitcher Rachel Delio, but five Raiders errors helped do the team…

Duncan goal sends CHS soccer to second round
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Patrick Duncan scored a goal in the 71st minute to break a 2-all tie, giving the Clinton Red Devils boys’ soccer team a 3-2 victory over Chester in the first round of the SCHSL Class 3A playoffs Tuesday night in Clinton. The victory was the first in the program’s history, and also came in the…