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NORTH CHARLESTON –The Presbyterian College baseball team used the power of four home runs to set the single-season Big South record for most wins in a season with 16 as the Blue Hose earned a 15-6 victory over Charleston Southern on Saturday afternoon at CSU Ballpark.

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NORTH CHARLESTON – The Presbyterian College baseball team used a four-run third inning in support of Jackson Dean, as he tossed his second complete game in three weeks and the Blue Hose picked up a 6-4 victory on Friday night at the CSU Ballpark.

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NORTH CHARLESTON – Charleston Southern surged past Presbyterian in the sixth and seventh innings of Thursday’s night’s Big South baseball game between the two, won by the Buccaneers, 10-5.

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Few are the college baseball games – or any baseball games, for that matter – in which nine runs in a single inning do not come in handy.

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The Big South Conference Freshman of the Year in men’s basketball will not be playing at Presbyterian College next season. In fact, next season, Adam Flagler won’t be playing anywhere at all.

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COLUMBIA – Evan Prince capped off a terrific second season as a member of the Laurens Raider track and field team with a second-place finish in the 3,200 meters at the state meet in Class 5A on Saturday.

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Bailey Goode is going to Spartanburg Methodist College to play golf, where he could well be the proverbial diamond in the rough.

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COLUMBIA – Clinton finished eighth in Class 3A at the S.C. High School League’s state track meet at Spring Valley High School on Saturday, and for the second year in row, the Red Devils won an event.

FARMVILLE, Va. – In the finale of a three-game series at Longwood on Saturday morning, Presbyterian set lots of records.

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CAYCE – No matter how thoroughly Clinton High School controls the Upper State in Class 3A tennis, it seems as if there’s always an upscale school near Charleston up to the task of depriving the Red Devils of a state title they haven’t won since 2000.