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Hammond beats Northwood for SCISA AAA boys title

2015 February 28 - 23:14

In a matchup of the state’s top two SCISA AAA teams, Hammond School knocked off Northwood Academy, 64-49, in the state championship game played at the Sumter Civic Center on Saturday night.

Indiana evens series with CofC

2015 February 28 - 23:03

College of Charleston suffered a lopsided, 15-1 defeat to Indiana in game two of a three-game series on a drizzly Saturday afternoon at Patriots Point, evening the series at a game apiece with a decisive game three scheduled for Sunday at noon.

Bucs split at Carolina Classic

2015 February 28 - 22:55

COLUMBIA — Charleston Southern softball split a doubleheader Saturday, falling in the first game to Marshall, 6-1, while utilizing a three-run Marci Christian home run to top Tennessee State, 7-0, in the Buccaneers’ Carolina Classic finale.

Charleston Battery falls to NYCFC as Houston wins Carolina Challenge Cup

2015 February 28 - 22:37

A “lightning goal” on Wednesday night gave the Charleston Battery a chance to win the Carolina Cup Challenge for the first time. But a second strike on Saturday night was too much to hope for against New York City Football Club.

Stingrays tie team record with 13th straight win

2015 February 28 - 21:59

ESTERO, Fla. — The South Carolina Stingrays (31-18-1-6) erased a 3-1 deficit in the third period to defeat the Florida Everblades (33-13-2-4), 4-3, Saturday night at Germain Arena and tie a team record with their 13th consecutive win. The winning

Northeastern dumps College of Charleston, 65-56

2015 February 28 - 21:57

It wasn’t the kind of senior night that Adjehi Baru, Anthony Stitt and Pat Branin had envisioned four years ago when they signed with the College of Charleston.

Northwood girls capture SCISA AAA crown

2015 February 28 - 21:50

One year after suffering through a heartbreaking overtime loss in the SCISA AAA state championship game, the Northwood Academy girls basketball team finished the job on Saturday night.

Johnson’s career-best 28 leads South Carolina to 81-68 win over Mississippi State

2015 February 28 - 21:46

COLUMBIA — After 11 straight games of shooting 40 percent or less, South Carolina coach Frank Martin might have thrown up his hands and given up on the Southeastern Conference’s worst shooting team.

Clemson escapes with overtime win over Georgia Tech after blowing 23-point lead

2015 February 28 - 20:57

CLEMSON — Rod Hall wasn’t going to let a bad play at the end of regulation spoil his Senior Day.

Nimley leads Charleston Southern to Big South regular-season title in triple-OT thriller

2015 February 28 - 20:32

As instant classics go, Saturday’s Big South Conference regular season finale between Charleston Southern and High Point will go down as one of the best ever.

Bishop England girls top Dillon to claim fourth straight Class AA Lower State championship

2015 February 28 - 20:12

The pressure crashed down on defending state champion Bishop England as the opposing Dillon crowd erupted throughout the Florence Civic Center in the waning minutes of the Class AA Lower State title game Saturday.

Catamounts spoil Citadel’s Senior Day

2015 February 28 - 19:54

Western Carolina spoiled The Citadel’s Senior Day in a comfortable 67-54 victory Saturday at McAlister Field House, as the Catamounts defeated the Bulldogs for the eighth straight time.

Dorchester County sheriff’s deputies say shots fired in Fairlawn neighborhood off Ladson Road

2015 February 28 - 19:45

Dorchester County sheriff’s deputies are investigating shots fired Saturday afternoon in the Fairlawn neighborhood.

Sapakoff: Clemson’s punch, the Gamecocks’ ‘punch back’ and Game 3

2015 February 28 - 19:21

GREENVILLE — As South Carolina’s Connor Bright smoked a pitch from Clemson’s Zack Ervin down the left-field line, almost all spectators on the third base side of Fluor Field went silent. Those were the ones bundled up in orange,

Deaths Summary for Sunday, March 1, 2015

2015 March 01 - 00:01

ARSENAULT, Joseph Edgar, 85, of Charleston, a retired Navy petty officer and widower of Vera P. Cypress Arsenault, died Saturday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funerals and Cremation.

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