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Wilson Hall's William Reese tries to shake Lee's Lucas Freidenberger while advancing the ball during the Baron's 40-6 win on Friday.

Wilson Hall's 40-6 win over Lee highlights second week of local SCISA football

Week 2 of the South Carolina Independent School Football season is now in the books. Here's a recap of the four games involving our local teams. Wilson Hall 40, Lee 6 Wilson Hall rolled up 328 rushing yards with its flexbone offense in its …

The football teams from Sumter, Lakewood and Crestwood will transition from summer workouts to practice on Tuesday.

Sumter School District football teams prepare to shift from workouts to practice

After Labor Day weekend, the football practice fields at the high schools in Sumter School District will look a bit different. This week marked the final week of summer workouts, as teams transition to officially moving into practice mode next …

Kirkhart wins two events in Sumter High swim meet

Hayden Kirkhart won two individual events and swam a leg on a winning relay team to lead Sumter High School's girls swim team to a second-place finish in a 3-team meet on Tuesday at City of Sumter Aquatics Center. Kirkhart won the 100-yard …

South Carolina High School League commissioner Jerome Singleton said that schools like Sumter High will have the ability to make their own decision on attendance for football games this fall.

SCHSL's Singleton: Schools must 'take ownership' of attendance plans this fall

There was a lot on the table for discussion during a Zoom meeting hosted by the South Carolina High School League and an ensuing press conference. However, what attendance numbers will look like for football games amidst the coronavirus pandemic was …

Athletes from Sumter School District are working out together as they wait for permission to have organized team workouts. The South Carolina High School League approved start date for football practices, which was originally Aug. 17, has been pushed back to Sept. 8.

SCHSL: Districts won't be penalized for no sports

School districts or schools that choose to cancel games or seasons in the upcoming fall sports season due to the coronavirus pandemic will not be penalized, according to the South Carolina High School League executive committee. In a Zoom meeting …