It was another successful run for Clinton Middle School and Clinton High School at the Science Olympiad national competition at Wright State University in Dayton, OH this past weekend.
Four Presbyterian College athletic teams recently received Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA for their latest Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. These awards are given each year to teams with APRs in the top 10 percent in each sport and the results are based on the 2015-2016 academic year.
It was all about BBQ, music, games, rides, shopping and fun on Saturday at Rhythm on the Rails in downtown Clinton.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Presbyterian College baseball team scored early and often on Saturday en route to a 12-1 victory over the Liberty Flames in the regular season finale for both teams at the Liberty Baseball Stadium in Lynchburg, Va. PC finishes the regular season 29-27 overall and 15-9 in the Big South, while LU drops to 32-21 overall and 16-8 in the Big South.
CLINTON – Head football coach Andrew Webb split up his team and watched them swap touchdowns on Friday night in Clinton High School’s annual spring game.
Rhythm on the Rails, an annual two-day spring festival celebrating the heritage and culture of Clinton, kicked off on Friday afternoon in downtown.
Hairdos and excitement will be on the rise and Laurens County will shake and shimmy when local students at Clinton High School present their production of Hairspray JR.
The Clinton Red Devil boys tennis team lost to Hanahan High School 6-0 in the SCHSL 3A state championship on Tuesday at the Cayce Tennis Center.
CULLOWHEE, N.C. – Presbyterian College pitchers Robert Moss and Russ Branch combined to shutout Western Carolina, 6-0, on Tuesday evening in the non-conference finale for the Blue Hose at Hennon Stadium in Cullowhee, N.C. PC improves to 28-25 overall, establishing a new Division I era program record for wins in a season, while Western Carolina drops to 26-26 overall.
Presbyterian College held its 134th commencement for its College of Arts and Science on Saturday, May 14. The College conferred 200 undergraduate degrees.