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The Laurens Raiders opened Region I-AAAAA play on Friday night with a dominating 54-26 win over the Wade Hampton Generals in Greenville.

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In an effort to enhance fan safety, Presbyterian College Athletics will be implementing a clear-bag policy for athletic-ticketed events held at Bailey Memorial Stadium and the Ross E. Templeton Center, beginning with the October 19 football game against Kennesaw State.

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It’s a rocky road from Richmond, Ky., to Clinton. Eastern Kentucky, rich in football tradition, makes its first such trip on Saturday, taking on Presbyterian at Bailey Memorial Stadium, beginning at 1 p.m.

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In a volleyball Jamboree featuring the four District 55 middle schools, Laurens Middle captured the finals 15-8, 15-4 over Hickory Tavern. Hickory Tavern was able to take the win against Gray Court-Owings in the first match of the night. Laurens then took on Sanders, winning 15-6, 15-5, send…

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GREENVILLE – The Eye Opener is a popular invitational cross country meet that draws teams from all over South Carolina from all classifications. Private schools and homeschool teams also participated along with teams from North Carolina and Tennessee.

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Sophomore Erin Cooke notched a triple-double (17 kills, 24 assists, 11 digs), and fellow sophomore Lauren Talbert racked up a career-high 19 kills to lead the Presbyterian College volleyball team to a 3-1 win (26-28, 25-23, 25-19, 25-19) over N.C. Central on Saturday in the final match of t…

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Going into Saturday night’s Limited race at Laurens County Speedway, Frank Coates only needed to avoid disaster in his quest for the season championship.

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Presbyterian, behind 106 yards rushing from Jarius Jeter and two touchdowns from Zola Davis, led at the end of three quarters at Bailey Memorial Stadium on Saturday night, but a future Pioneer Football League rival, Jacksonville, took over in the fourth to defeat the Blue Hose, 30-20.

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The game at Todd Kirk Field on Friday night was a typically wild eight-man football affair, but St. John’s Christian Academy of Moncks Corner took a 58-30 victory over Laurens Academy.