Evan Prince won the individual race, and Laurens’ boys’ cross country team finished second to Dixie High School on Tuesday at home.
Every varsity football team in Laurens County enters the weekend feeling as if it has something to prove, a bar to cross and a form to mold.
Destruction and delay stemming from Hurricane Florence has led the S.C. High School League to extend football season for the third time in four years.
The Presbyterian College football team has added a game to its 2018 schedule as the Blue Hose will welcome in Lindsey Wilson College on Thursday, Sept. 27, at Bailey Memorial Stadium.
Monday, Sept. 17 – volleyball – Sanders at Laurens Middle, 5; Anderson Christian at Laurens Academy, 5; Clinton Middle at Hickory Tavern, 5; tennis – Laurens at Hillcrest, 5; golf – Laurens at Lady Eagle Invitational (Greenwood, Stony Point), 12:30 p.m.; women’s golf, PC at Lady Pirate Inter…
The Laurens County Touchdown Club, which meets every other week at The Ridge at Laurens, Friday at noon, is off this week, and given the weather forecast, it’s not a bad week for a break.
Quarterback Thomas Lowry rushed for four touchdowns and passed for another as Laurens Academy broke into the win column on Thursday night with a 36-0 victory over W.W. King Academy at Kirk Field.
It’s been a good week for football in Laurens County School District 55. The varsity Raiders’ 35-10 victory over Wade Hampton on Thursday was the icing on the cake.
Presbyterian College’s football game against Stetson, originally scheduled as a home game, then shifted to a road game, on Sept. 15, will not be played due to impending weather associated with Hurricane Florence.
The Presbyterian College football team’s matchup with Stetson, originally scheduled for Saturday in Clinton, has been moved to DeLand, Fla., due to the impending threat of Hurricane Florence. Kickoff is slated for noon at Spec Martin Memorial Stadium.
Laurens played six volleyball matches in a tournament at Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville, winning twice over Charleston Collegiate and falling to Gray Collegiate, Spring Valley and the host Rams.
Sisters Paige and Dorothy Trent finished first and second individually as Clinton won its home cross country meet on Wednesday over Mid-Carolina, Laurens, Laurens Academy and Chester.
Tony Quarles cemented his hold on the Limited Division title race and benefited from Michael Smith’s misfortune at Laurens County Speedway on Saturday night.
The Presbyterian College women’s soccer team picked up its fifth consecutive win with a 3-1 victory over Wofford in Spartanburg on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Hose improved to 5-1 while the Terriers fell to 2-5-1 on the year.
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