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College

  • Wofford latest to offer Talford

    A big junior season and big showing at an elite camp led to a big week for Kelton Talford.

    Just days after receiving a scholarship offer from Winthrop University, which itself came right on the heels of an offer from Western Carolina, the Great Falls rising basketball senior netted an offer from Wofford College.

    “Blessed to receive an offer from Wofford College,” Talford tweeted on July 3.

  • Another big honor for Jake Wright

    Jake Wright’s long list of accolades got a little bit longer last week.

  • The Wright Way

    Jake Wright’s grandmother once told him to go where he is needed, not just where he is wanted. Wright now, he’s trying to decide where he is needed most.

  • Colvin helps Rockingham to JuCo World Series

    He pitched on the biggest stage possible at the high school level, now Drew Colvin has done the same at the junior college level.

  • Chants, Wright play their way in

    The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers baseball team had almost no chance at all to make the NCAA postseason without earning the automatic bid that comes with winning the Sun Belt Conference Tournament title. They almost certainly could not have won that tournament without Chester graduate Jake Wright.

  • Locals shining on the college level

    College baseball and softball have been in full swing for several weeks now and a number of local players are contributing to the success of their teams at the next level.

  • Thomas notches first college win

    Chloe Thomas has one appearance in the circle at the college level so far and one win. So, she’s pretty close to her high school average so far.

  • Roll Ti...gers

    On Tuesday, fans and superfans of Clemson celebrated the Tigers’ national championship win over Alabama.

    At the S.C. Statehouse on the first day of the legislative session, Dist. 43 S.C. Rep. Randy Ligon sported a South Carolina flag and Clemson orange tie.

  • Belk plays well in team's bowl loss

    It wasn’t a good day for the Gamecocks, but Saturday was a good day for Josh Belk.

    Belk, a defensive tackle, just completed his freshman season at the University of South Carolina. The Gamecocks posted a 7-5 record in the regular season and earned a bid to play this past weekend in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte against the Virginia Cavaliers. The team lost 28-0, marking its first shutout loss in 12 years, but Belk was in on a season-high three tackles, including one solo stop.

  • "It will always come back to you"

    James Peay’s football-playing career may or may not have ended last month on a high school field in South Carolina. Amazingly, his career didn’t really start on a high school field in South Carolina.