University of South Carolina Sumter men's soccer head coach Skottowe Fox will host a seminar to discuss the sport as well as the World Cup today beginning at 1 p.m.
The meeting will take place in Room 127 of the Schwartz Building and will last 30 …
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The meeting will take place in Room 127 of the Schwartz Building and will last 30 to 45 minutes.
It is free and open to the public.
MANNING -- The Manning-Santee Post 68 American Legion baseball team evened its record at 5-5 on the season with a 2-1 victory over Orangeburg Post 4 on Tuesday at Monarch Field.
Braydon Osteen went the distance on the mound, striking out five and walking three.
M-S scored a run in the fifth when Dusty Hancock led off with a bunt single. He moved to second base on a passed ball and scored on Dalton Page's 2-out single.
Manning got the winning run in the sixth. Morgan Morris got a hit, stole second and scored on Caleb Quick's 2-out hit.
Luke Stokes had two hits for Post 68.
Manning-Santee plays at Orangeburg today.
The Sumter Junior P-15's suffered their first loss of the season on Tuesday, falling to Hartsville 4-3 in eight innings at Riley Park.
Hartsville tied the game at 3-3 with two runs in the top of the sixth before pushing across the winning run in the eighth.
Victor Brown had two hits and two walks for Sumter, which fell to 9-1. Kieran Hagerty worked five innings on the mound for the Junior P-15's.
Pop Warner registration Saturday
Registration for the YAS Pop Warner Sumter Spartans Football & Cheer tackle program will be held on Saturday at Brand University located at 4676 Broad Street.
The registration event will also consist of a car wash and fish fry fundraiser.
For more information, contact Ivan Sanders at (803) 468-7429.
Diamond Pro Camp second session starts Monday
The Diamond Pro Instructional Baseball Camp will hold its second session beginning on Monday.
The session will run through Thursday, June 21. The camp, which is open to children ages 7-10, will run from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each day.
The fee is $60.
For more information, contact camp directors Frankie Ward at (803) 720-4081, Barry Hatfield at (803) 236-4768 or Robbie Mooneyham at (803) 938-3141.
From staff reports
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