Falcons and Lady Falcons  protect home court against Marion
Dec11

Falcons and Lady Falcons protect home court against Marion

It was a clean sweep for both the Darlington boys’ and girls’ basketball teams Dec. 4 as both the Falcons and Lady Falcons came out victorious at home over Marion.

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Hartsville’s defense smothers North Augusta  as Red Foxes advance to lower-state championship
Nov27

Hartsville’s defense smothers North Augusta as Red Foxes advance to lower-state championship

The deeper a team goes into the playoffs, the harder the competition is supposed to get.

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Veteran Darlington coach to join Hall of Fame

Coach James E. “Weepy” Welch, legendary Darlington (St. John’s) High football coach, will be inducted into the High School Football Coaches’ Hall of Fame at 7 p.m. Dec. 14 at the Crown Reef Resort, 2913 Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach. Welch spent 29 years at St. John’s/Darlington (1944-72) going 180-116-10 (59 percent) and seven years at Kingstree (1938-43) going 28-7-3 (74 percent). At his retirement in 1972, Welch was one of only three...

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Darlington High student-athlete signs letter of intent
Nov27

Darlington High student-athlete signs letter of intent

Left-handed pitcher Anthony Hopkins, a student-athlete at Darlington High School, signed a letter of intent to play baseball next year for North Greenville University. Hopkins inked the commitment at school, surrounded by family and coaches. He finished the 2018 season, his junior year, with a 0.63 ERA through 47 2/3 innings pitched with 73...

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Five Hartsville High student-athletes sign letters of intent
Nov27

Five Hartsville High student-athletes sign letters of intent

Five student-athletes from Hartsville High School have signed national letters of intent to play collegiate sports. The ceremony was held inside the school’s arena in front of a large crowd of students, family and friends. Emma Charles will attend Anderson University and play golf. Tessa Fonteneau will attend Erskine College and play soccer. Trae Hannibal will head to the University of South Carolina to play basketball. Jessica...

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Coker field hockey coach honored
Nov20

Coker field hockey coach honored

Coker College Head Field Hockey Coach Kat Heterbring highlighted the conference awards by being named the 2018 South Atlantic Conference Carolinas Field Hockey Coach of the Year. In addition, five Cobras were named to the all-conference teams. Simcha de Vilder and Carla Deuble garnered first team honors, while Alyssa Baronella-O’Toole, Amelia Gajewski, and Kelly Mason were named to the honorable mention team. Heterbring led...

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