Darlington girls look to improve on last year’s success
Nov28

Darlington girls look to improve on last year’s success

The Darlington Girls basketball team is getting ready to start its second year under the tutelage of head coach Brad Knox.

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Coker Women’s Lacrosse signs four

Coker College head women’s lacrosse coach Kate Keagins announced that four players have signed to play lacrosse in 2018-19. Meagan Gallagher is an attacker hailing from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School. Gallagher played both field hockey and lacrosse for the Falcons. She was a student athletic trainer and participated in Best Buddies and DIY. Gallagher played for M&D Lacrosse Club 2018 Red. The Union Bridge, Md. native...

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Luke Elliott to represent the South Atlantic Conference

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Coker College’s Luke Elliott has been selected to represent the South Atlantic Conference at the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum. Elliott, along with 220 other NCAA college athletes representing all sports and various campus academic departments will meet in Washington D.C. The NCAA leadership development and governance groups at the national office collaborate to host the forum, which also will include 73...

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Former USC football players huddle up for literacy during visits to Carolina Elementary, Pate Elementary
Nov21

Former USC football players huddle up for literacy during visits to Carolina Elementary, Pate Elementary

Literacy and athletics crossed paths recently as former University of South Carolina football players Langston Moore and Preston Thorne visited students at two Darlington County School District schools. Moore and Thorne promoted hard work and literacy at Carolina Elementary and Pate Elementary schools with their book, “#JustAChicken.” Students enjoyed fun and engaging visits with the two athletes-turned-authors, who also visited the...

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Hartsville’s second half resurgence sinks Lower Richland
Nov21

Hartsville’s second half resurgence sinks Lower Richland

It is not how you start, but instead how you finish.

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Lady Cobras prevail over Broncos

The Coker College women’s basketball team prevailed over the visiting Fayetteville State University Broncos Nov. 18 56-51 in a non-conference battle. The Cobras evened their record at 2-2 with the victory. In the opening frame of play, the Cobras used a five-point run to extend their lead to 12-5 over the Broncos. Erin Houser began the run with a layup, followed by a layup from Hayley Kroop and a free throw by Shay Jackson. The...

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