Falcons stay perfect at home to advance in playoffs
Feb19

Falcons stay perfect at home to advance in playoffs

Despite it being almost two weeks since Darlington last competed in a basketball game, the Falcons did not miss a beat, blowing Brookland-Cayce out to advance to the third round of the 4A playoffs.

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Lamar High’s football coach resigns

Corey Fountain, head varsity football coach for Lamar High School, announced his resignation last week. Fountain, who has been the Silver Foxes’ head coach for the past three years, is leaving to pursue other professional opportunities, the Darlington County School District said in a news release. The (Florence) Morning News said Fountain would become football coach at Clinton High School. “I am sad to see him go but I...

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Falcons beat Hartsville for third time  this year as Lady Falcons drop a close one
Feb05

Falcons beat Hartsville for third time this year as Lady Falcons drop a close one

It was a split affair this past Friday night in Hartsville as the Darlington boys’ basketball team made it three in a row of the Red Foxes while the Hartsville girls picked up a much-needed win, splitting the season series with the Lady Falcons.

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Lamar Football Coach Resigns

From Darlington County School District: Fountain Resigns As Lamar High Head Football Coach Corey Fountain, head varsity football coach for Lamar High School, announced his resignation today. Fountain, who has been the Silver Foxes’ head coach for the past three years, is leaving to pursue other professional opportunities. “I am sad to see him go but I wish him all the best,” said Kathy Gainey, principal of Lamar High...

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Vikings bring National Championship to Darlington
Jan29

Vikings bring National Championship to Darlington

The Pee Dee Vikings semi-pro football team will need to make some room in their trophy case as the Darlington-based crew won two more pieces of shiny hardware after another outstanding season.

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Coker hires coach for women’s volleyball

Coker College has hired Travis Nead as their next women’s volleyball head coach. “We are excited to have Coach Nead lead our volleyball program,” said Lynn Griffin, vice president for athletics and athletic facilities. “Coach Nead has the necessary experience to lead our women’s volleyball program and recruit student-athletes who will be and continue to be successful at Coker and within the South Atlantic...

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