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All-American honor goes to USC's Mitchell

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Sumter High rallies past rival Knights in 17-7 victory

Sumter High School first-year varsity softball head coach Donald Flippin said his team has pretty much been behind all season long, and things didn't look promising on Tuesday trailing 5-2 after two …

All four 1s, 1s four all

Wilson Hall golf finishes 7th in Atlanta tourney

LMA softball wins pair in Grand Strand Classic

SHS' Davis solid in Carolinas Classic

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Final(ly) Four real

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Someday, South Carolina coach Dawn Staley will eventually rename a play after star guard Tiffany Mitchell. But the Gamecocks aren't changing anything just yet. They might have to run it again - at their first Final …

One step away

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Dawn Staley has spent seven years building South Carolina's program to get to this point - past the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16, playing to reach the Final Four. Florida State coach Sue …
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Fire Ants split DH with USC Lancaster

LANCASTER - The University of South Carolina Sumter baseball team split a doubleheader on Saturday with the University of South Carolina Lancaster at the Lancers field. USC Lancaster won the first game 5-4 thanks to Chip's Price game-winning RBI …

Brunson mum on USC commitment

Linebacker TJ Brunson of Richland Northeast High School in Columbia made his second visit to the University of South Carolina for a spring football practice on Thursday. He was on commitment watch for the Gamecocks after saying last week a pledge …
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Even a bad day fishing is better than not going

I just couldn't take it any longer. I had been waiting on the annual shad run to begin for a year now and just couldn't hold out any more. In years past, the spawning run has begun about the same time the Daytona 500 runs, so it's not all that …
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USC junior day nets two commitments

The University of South Carolina's junior day on Saturday produced two more football commitments for the 2016 class, including the Gamecocks' first instate pledge. Conway High School wide receiver Bryan Edwards (6-feet-3-inches, 208 pounds ) went …