Laurens’ Luquon Choice is going to be on TV Friday night. It’s live streaming via ESPN3 as Choice joins a team of former Division II basketball all-stars against the Bluegrass Boys, made up of former University of Kentucky players.
It’s about eight months until the softball seasons begin at Laurens District and Clinton high schools, but that doesn’t mean the two teams aren’t holding summer workouts.
The Laurens District High School cheerleading squad is tasked with the job of inspiring others. Its members must go to great lengths to motivate Raider teams and fans by cheering at the top of their lungs, doing flips or even holding each other in the air while performing.
The third full professional season of Laurens outfielder Thomas Jones has been mostly a frustrating one, but the 21-year-old has turned it around recently.
The Clinton-Laurens-Newberry Tennis Association, a tax-exempt, non-profit organization, will hold its annual eight-hour, week-long youth tennis camps in July and August.
ANDERSON – Clinton’s uphill bid for a state championship in Dixie Youth Triple-A Minors came to an end on Tuesday as Pineview eliminated the all-star team, 16-10.
One more hot morning in Abbeville, and it will be time for Laurens County’s high school football teams to hunker down and wait for time to put on the pads and pop some leather.
While Clinton Dixie Youth was staying alive in its state baseball tournament in Anderson, Laurens Little League was being eliminated in Taylors on Monday.
MONCKS CORNER – Phoebe Carles, a rising senior on Clinton High School’s golf team, captured the S.C. Girls’ Junior Match Play Tournament at Berkeley Country Club last week.
The 2019 Youth Tackle Football and Cheerleading registration period has begun with the Laurens Recreation Department.
ANDERSON – Hilton Head needed nine innings to send Clinton’s Triple-A Minors team into the elimination bracket of the Dixie Youth state tournament on Saturday.
For Laurens Little League’s 11-under all-star baseball team, it’s been a long wait. James Pinson is head coach of a team without a district.
Tuesday morning provided an environment conducive for the 7-on-7 scrimmages at K.C. Hanna Stadium and on the soccer field below on end zone. It was cool, overcast and, occasionally, the lightest of drizzles provided refreshment for sweaty football players.
Laurens Raider football will open its season at home against cross-county rival Clinton. While the team and fans will not be looking past the Red Devils, they are making plans for the second week of the season, when the Raiders will make the long trek to Myrtle Beach for the Friday night fes…
Tony Quarles got in the throttle, through the gears and away from the field at the start of Saturday night’s Limited-SECA 604 Crate main event at Laurens County Speedway, and it was an edge he never relinquished.
- Choice, D2 teammates begin quest for TBT title
- Gray Court woman convicted of felony DUI
- Raiders, Red Devils play some summertime softball
- Laurens industry cited for FMLA violations
- Full speed ahead for Laurens County Development Corporation
- Arrest Report for July 18
- Laurens County Sports Rundown: 80 attend Raider cheerleading camp
- Laurens Little League to make one more bid for a state title