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CHS cross country teams place in top 20 at state
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The Clinton cross country teams put a successful wrap on the 2019 season with a strong run at the SCHSL Class 3A meet in Camden Tuesday, with the boys finishing 14th and the girls taking 16th. Clinton’s boys scored 331 points, while the girls finished with 366 points. Senior Zac Bagwell led Clinton’s boys with…

Laurens’ title hopes washed away
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The Laurens’ Raiders football team turned in one of its best seasons in recent memory, claiming its second region championship in four years, and advancing to the second round of the SCHSL Class 5A playoffs. But against the perennial power Byrnes Rebels on Friday night, Laurens simply could not keep up with the Rebels’ offense…

PC men struggle in home debut
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The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team did not have the welcome home it envisioned Thursday night, playing in the first game at the Templeton Center this season. Morehead State shot 52 percent from the field, held PC to 6 of 24 from 3-point range, and the Eagles improved to 3-0 with a 77-55 victory over…

PC women’s basketball eases past Pacers
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The Presbyterian College women’s basketball team came home for the first time this season, taking on William Peace in a tune-up for Monday night’s trip to Florida, and used a strong defense to help a 72-35 victory at the Templeton Center Wednesday night. The victory moves PC to 2-1 on the young season. PC held…

PC football finally breaks losing streak
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The wait is over. The Presbyterian College football team brought an end to what was a 16-game losing streak, dating back to last season, wearing down Gardner-Webb’s defense in the second half as the Blue Hose picked up a 24-14 victory at Bailey Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon. The victory is the first since the Blue…

Laurens survives opening scare; Clinton ousted
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The Laurens Raiders’ football team opened its quest for an SCHSL Class 5A championship Friday night, and in doing so nearly saw its outstanding season come to a sudden end. However, running back Duane Martin didn’t let that happen. Martin rushed for 231 yards and four touchdowns to help spark Laurens to 466 rushing yards…

PC women open season with victory
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The Presbyterian College women’s basketball team opened its season with a strong performance, getting three players to score in double figures in picking up a 70-49 victory over the South Carolina State Lady Bulldogs Tuesday night in Orangeburg. The Blue Hose (1-0) got 17 points from Trinity Johnson, who hit 6 of 9 shots from…

Clinton tennis reaches semifinals
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The Clinton girls’ tennis team was pushed to the limit Friday afternoon by a stern Camden squad at the Clinton Middle School courts, but the Red Devils had more than enough to pick up a 4-3 victory in the SCHSL Class 3A playoffs, advancing to Monday’s semifinal round. Clinton will visit Chapman in the semifinals,…

Laurens posts unbeaten region mark; CHS falls and LA wins finale
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The Laurens Raiders’ football team completed an undefeated Region 1-5A campaign Friday night, getting 201 yards and three touchdowns from Zy Todd as the Raiders rolled past the Easley Green Wave, 63-29, in Easley. Laurens finished the regular season at 8-1 overall, 7-0 in the region, and are guaranteed a home game in the first…

PC men picked 10th, women eighth, in Big South preseason basketball voting
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The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team was picked to finish 10th in the preseason Big South poll, released Tuesday morning in conjunction with the conference’s annual media day. PC’s women’s basketball team was picked to finish eighth. One player on each team was selected to the All-Big South second team – Cory Hightower on the…