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Thornwell is approved to open a new 5K-5th public charter school in the fall of 2019. Sponsored by the Charter Institute at Erskine, Thornwell plans to enroll students from throughout South Carolina.

Boiling Springs, NC – The Presbyterian College baseball team rallied to score four runs in the seventh and eighth innings but ultimately fell to Gardner-Webb on Sunday, 6-5, at the John Henry Moss Stadium. The Blue Hose fall to 13-29 overall and 6-12 in the Big South, while the Runnin’ Bulld…

Boiling Springs, NC – The Presbyterian College baseball dropped a 5-4 game to Gardner-Webb on Saturday afternoon at the John Henry Moss Stadium. Nick Guimbarda and Nick Wise both had two-run homeruns to lead PC. The Blue Hose fall to 13-28 overall and 6-11 in the Big South, while the Runnin’…

It’s been a cold baseball season at Clinton High School and, for that matter, throughout Laurens County. Temperature was just the half of it.

Clinton High School swept the Laurens County Track Meet on Tuesday, but the boys’ meet came down to the final event, where P.J. Bluford gave the Red Devils their margin of victory in the high jump.

The Presbyterian College baseball team broke a 3-3 tie with South Carolina courtesy an RBI double from Jonathan White in the fifth inning on Tuesday. The Blue Hose would go on to win 7-4 at Founders Park and improve their record to 12-26 on the year. The Gamecocks fall to 20-17 this season.

Mid-Carolina handed Clinton a crushing soccer defeat at Wilder Stadium on Friday night, breaking a tie with a second-half penalty kick. The 3-2 loss probably will cost the Red Devils a first-round home match in the Class 3A playoffs.

CLINTON, SC – The Presbyterian College baseball team dropped a pair of one-run games to Campbell on Saturday at the PC Baseball Complex. In game one, the visitors took the lead off a two-run home run in the seventh inning. In game two, it was a six-hit, four-run eighth inning that erased Cam…

The Presbyterian College football team (0-2) fell to 13th-ranked The Citadel (2-0), 48-7, on Saturday afternoon at Bailey Memorial Stadium in what proved to be PC’s home opener after the game was moved from Charleston earlier this week due to the threat of Hurricane Irma.

Five touchdowns and 255 yards on the ground are usually enough to satisfy a team. Mark Wise got it himself in Clinton’s 47-33 victory over Aiken at Wilder Stadium on Friday night.

ACT released its annual Condition of College and Career Readiness Report for the Class of 2017 on Thursday. South Carolina’s 50,936 high school graduates showed across the board improvements during the state’s second year of 100 percent participation in the college entrance assessment.

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Presbyterian College football team (0-1) fell to ACC foe Wake Forest (1-0), 51-7, on Thursday night at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem, N.C. in the season opener for both teams.

Presbyterian College head baseball coach Elton Pollock announced the additions of assistant coach Gil Walker and volunteer assistant coach Marshall McDonald to the program’s coaching staff on Monday.

In the first 3 minutes, 56 seconds of Friday night’s scrimmage against Strom Thurmond, Clinton’s offense lost two yards, and the sound in the stands was the dull hum of a thousand or so saying “whoa” all at once, with an “uh-oh” for good measure.

WOODRUFF – Opening the Arthur State Bank Woodruff Showcase, Clinton held up its end of the bargain with a 20-7 victory over Blue Ridge on Thursday evening.

The Clinton All-Stars broke open a close 1-0 game with nine runs in the fourth and fifth innings to take a 10-0 win over Tennessee in the Dixie Youth Ozone World Series in Oxford, AL on Tuesday.

The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team and Head Coach Dustin Kerns announced the non-conference portion of its schedule Tuesday. The slate includes contests against the Atlantic Coast, Conference USA, Southeastern, Southern, Southland, America East, Western Athletic, and Mid-Eastern …