Kenynon Scott signs with Johnson and Wales University’s basketball
Aug20

Kenynon Scott signs with Johnson and Wales University’s basketball

Kenynon Scott, a recent Darlington High School graduate, signed with Johnson and Wales University’s basketball program Aug. 15. The signing ceremony was held in the school’s media center in front of family, friends and coaches. As a senior, Scott averaged 17 points per game, four rebounds per game and three assists per game. He was selected to the Class 4A All-State team and the North/South All-Star Game. He also earned a Class 4A...

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Darlington misses chances to score  in shutout loss to Dillon in Jamboree
Aug20

Darlington misses chances to score in shutout loss to Dillon in Jamboree

The score might not have shown it, but the Darlington Falcons gave Dillon way more of a fight than the Wildcats anticipated despite losing 21-0 this past Friday night at the Dennis Miller Jamboree of Champions in Bennettsville.

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Hartsville looks to rebound as Red Foxes replace 17 starters
Aug20

Hartsville looks to rebound as Red Foxes replace 17 starters

Since 2011, the Hartsville Red Foxes have become a name synonymous with talk of going to the state championship.

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Avoid head injuries during sports play
Aug20

Avoid head injuries during sports play

Participation in scholastic sports can be great for students, making a positive impact on their school careers both on the field and in the classroom. Sports can keep athletes physically fit, help develop confidence and assist students with making friends. However, as with all physical activities, safety must be made a priority by athletes, their parents and their coaches. Brainline, an organization offering information about brain...

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Trinity-Byrnes thrives on its culture as it looks  to capture first state championship
Aug20

Trinity-Byrnes thrives on its culture as it looks to capture first state championship

Between Darlington and Lamar sits a small private school that is slowly but surely building itself into a power in the world of SCISA football.

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A brief history of American football
Aug20

A brief history of American football

According to Nielsen, 111.3 million people tuned in to watch the Super Bowl in early 2017. Almost two-thirds of adults in the United States say they currently watch National Football League games. But American football is no longer relegated to the boundaries of the United States, as it is becoming a global sport. According to the International Federation of American Football, there are 80 countries with organized federations...

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