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.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Ahmad Thomas scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead the UNC Asheville Bulldogs to the 75-61 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team Saturday evening in Asheville, N.C. Reggie Dillard led the Blue Hose effort with 14 points.
Led by the silky shooting of J.D. Payne and the adroit defense of Vilo Boyd, Clinton finished a sweep, yes, of Broome, 59-48, Friday night and maintained a tie for first place in the Region 3-3A boys’ basketball race with one game left.
Union County High School’s entry into Region 3-3A was a controversial matter when it was announced last fall, and it was clear in a Wednesday meeting of the South Carolina High School League’s Appellate Panel that the move remains unpopular with the region’s members, one of which is Clinton High School.
Clinton City Council members will hear Monday from new City Manager Bill Ed Cannon about Agenda Pro software and a Recreation Project update.
NEWBERRY – Clinton and Newberry played so hard, Tuesday night’s Region 3-3A boys’ basketball showdown was ugly. The Red Devils’ 53-51 victory was as hard as metal in a relentless test of mettle.
Despite a career-high 37 points from Reggie Dillard, the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team was unable to slow down a hot shooting Liberty on Saturday afternoon, falling to the Flames, 81-66, at the Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C.
Zay Hurley, Clinton’s most highly regarded player when the season began, is getting better and better as the Red Devils attempt to defend a Region 3-3A championship, and Hurley played his best game of the season in a 60-42 victory over Mid-Carolina Friday night.
When Clinton Middle School’s four basketball teams – Red and White, boys and girls – take the floor against one another, it’s a bit more playful than high school games but no less intense.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team erased a 10-point first half deficit to lead by as many as 12 points en route to a 57-49 victory over Charleston Southern on Wednesday night in the Buc Dome in Charleston, S.C.