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COLUMBIA – South Carolina scored nine runs in the first three innings en route to a 14-3 baseball victory over Presbyterian on Wednesday at Founders Park.

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Tionna Carter led all scorers with a career-best 24 points as the Presbyterian College women's basketball team pulled away in the second half to defeat Gardner-Webb, 64-49, on Tuesday night at Templeton Center.

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It’s a relentless bunch, these Clinton High girls. If they played football, there would be dust every three yards. If it was softball, they’d all be catchers. Workmen should be so workmanlike.

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On Saturday, February 29, the Coach Bobby Brock Legacy Group will celebrate nine years of remembering the past and assisting the future of Clinton High School boys’ basketball from 5-7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Christian Life Center at 303 E. Centennial St. in Clinton.

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Clinton High School, hardly surprisingly, dominated the girls’ basketball all-region team after winning the Region 3-3A championship and earning a home game Monday night in the first round of the playoffs against Catawba Ridge High School of Fort Mill.

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Behind a career-high 26 points from Chris Martin, Presbyterian almost knocked off the Big South Conference leader in men’s basketball Saturday at Templeton Center.

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Charleston Southern brought only one win its first 14 Big South women’s basketball games to Templeton Center, and Presbyterian took full advantage of the Buccaneers’ misfortunes with a 76-53 victory on Saturday.

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Eastern Kentucky, with single runs in the eighth and ninth, earned a 6-4 baseball victory over Presbyterian on Saturday afternoon. The Colonels captured a victory in the season-opening 3-game series for the second time in as many days.

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It’s been suggested, despite our dogs being litter mates and pledging allegiance to each other first, with nary a second thought for Paul or me, that they are suffering from separation anxiety.

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Fiscal and economic expert Romina Boccia considered three big questions during her recent lecture at Presbyterian College. She asked, “Does the nation’s fiscal situation look good or bad? What does it mean for you? What are you going to do about it?”