Sixteen and counting: Another Science Olympiad state championship for CMS

Clinton Middle School held off a challenge by Green Charter School to claims its 16th consecutive South Carolina Science Olympiad Championship on Saturday at Newberry College.

PC baseball splits doubleheader with La Salle

Presbyterian College baseball split Saturday’s doubleheader with La Salle, falling in game one, 5-4, before taking game two, 13-4, to take a 2-1 series lead. PC goes to 2-1 on the year, while La Salle is now 1-2 on the season.

Red Devils’ hopes die hard in Camden, 65-61 in OT

CAMDEN – Getting beaten in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs in overtime was hard. One defining characteristic of Clinton High’s boys’ basketball team was that everything was hard, almost all season long. The Red Devils played hard. Watching most of the games was a frantic experience.

Lady Red Devils bounced from playoffs at Pendleton

PENDLETON -- Senior Tamia Grate popped six three-pointers and scored 24 points, leading Pendleton to a 67-29 victory over Clinton Monday night and eliminating the Lady Red Devils from the Class 3A basketball playoffs in the opening round.

Clinton teams fall in Region 3-3A tie-breakers

WOODRUFF -- Newberry was bigger, just as deep, more efficient and, by virtue of those strengths, the Region 3-3A boys' basketball champion, thanks to a 72-60 victory over Clinton on Thursday night in a tie-breaking game played at Woodruff High School.

Blue Hose sign 21 on National Signing Day

The Presbyterian College football team added 21 student-athletes on the first day of the regular signing period, which began on Wednesday, known as National Signing Day. PC added 16 athletes from the Palmetto State on the opening day of the signing period.

Late rally leads Winthrop past PC

Rock Hill, S.C. – A 28-9 run by the Winthrop Eagles over the final 11 minutes of play lifted Winthrop to a 63-49 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team on Wednesday night at the Winthrop Coliseum.

Two Red Devils sign National Letters of Intent

Clinton High School’s Kody Varn and Haleigh Kuykendall took the next step in their athletic and academic careers on Wednesday as they signed their National Letter of Intent to their respective universities.

Red Devils stagger past Woodruff into tie-breaker for region title

In order to force a tie-breaker with Newberry for the Region 3-3A championship, Clinton's boys' basketball team merely had to slip past Woodruff in the Senior Night regular-season finale on Tuesday night.

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