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Laurens County School District 55 has announced Armond Flood as the new boys basketball coach at Laurens District 55 High School. Flood will take over from Athletic Director Tommy Spires, who stepped in as the interim coach for the 2021-22 season upon the late departure of Josh Chavis in Jul…

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Before he officially finishes his career as a Clinton Red Devil, senior pitcher Trent Roth has made a commitment to attend and play baseball at USC-Salkehatchie.

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Presbyterian Blue Hose head men’s basketball coach Quinton Ferrell announced the signing of prep standouts and high school teammates Jalen Forrest, a 6-foot-4 guard from Decatur, Georgia, and Jaylen Peterson, a 6-foot-7 forward from Stone Mountain, Georgia.

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The Clinton Red Devils defeated the Pendleton Bulldogs 6-4 to win the AAA District 3 baseball championship in the second game of the district finals on Monday night at Clinton High School.

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CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College baseball team used an offensive explosion of 22 runs and 23 hits in game one on Saturday to defeat Charleston Southern 22-8 at Nielsen Field. CSU took the nightcap by the score of 4-2 to split the twinbill. 

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The Presbyterian College baseball team continued to swing the bat effectively en route to completing the three-game sweep of Winthrop with a 6-4 victory on Sunday afternoon at the PC Baseball Complex. Senior Jeremiah Boyd tallied three RBIs to lead the offensive attack.

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The Presbyterian College baseball team clinched its third straight conference series victory on Saturday afternoon with a 6-1 win on senior day at the PC Baseball Complex. Jay Wetherington led the offense with three hits including a double. 

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Presbyterian Blue Hose head men’s basketball coach Quinton Ferrell announced the signing of standout guards Crosby James, a 6-foot guard who is transferring from Anderson University, and Quadir Pettaway, a 6-foot-1 guard from Newport News, Virginia.

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The Presbyterian College football team opens the Steve Englehart era with an 11-game schedule beginning on Saturday, September 3. The schedule includes five home games and eight PFL contests. 

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FARMVILLE, Va. – The Presbyterian College baseball team fell in Saturday's series finale 15-6 against the host Longwood Lancers at Buddy Bolding Stadium. Jeremiah Boyd led the Blue Hose offense on Saturday with two doubles and four RBIs.