Carissa Messer was named Monday night as the District 56 Teacher of the Year.
With the game tied at 20 late in the fourth quarter, Presbyterian College wide receiver DaShawn Davis rushed 49 yards for a touchdown with just 2:40 left in the contest, as PC pulled off a second-half comeback to beat Cumberland, 27-20, on Saturday night at Bailey Memorial Stadium. The Blue Hose improve to 2-2 on the year, while handing the Phoenix its first loss at 4-1.
Clinton’s refrain on Throwback Night made the state champions who came back to watch it proud.
Clinton High School, winner of eight football state championships, honors two of them on Friday night when the Red Devils take on Chesnee (3-2) at Wilder Stadium.
The South Carolina Football Hall of Fame (SCFHOF) chooses its class each year through a voting process. SCFHOF opened member voting for their Class of 2018 as announced at their annual kickoff party on September 1, 2017.
The Presbyterian College football team earned its first victory of the season with a 28-16 win over Campbell on Saturday night at Bailey Memorial Stadium. PC improves to 1-2, while the Camels fall to 1-2 on the season.
ABBEVILLE – Pace defined everything in Abbeville’s 49-12 conquest of Clinton on Friday night.
The City of Clinton will open the 2017 accommodations tax grant program funding cycle on Wednesday, September 13. Organizations that attract or provide for tourists are encouraged to apply to the city for grant funding to support their projects.
Clinton High School running back Mark Wise was named the GoLaurens.com/GoClinton.com Player of the Week for his play in the Red Devils' 47-33 win over Aiken on Friday night.
The Big South Conference announced the 2018 conference schedule last week. The 18-game schedule consists of games against every team twice and never more than two road games in a row. The Blue Hose will play every team once before the second game against any team.