Aiken High's Arianna Williams knows she's earned an opportunity many of her fellow track and field athletes don't get to experience.
SOUTH AIKEN 4, AIKEN 3
As missed opportunities continued to mount Monday night for the Aiken and South Aiken baseball teams, it was clear someone was going to have to step up late and cash in when given the chance.
RJ Felton whipped an underhanded pass to the corner of the court for Donavan Hodge, who then found Colin Rodrigues cutting to the basket for a slam dunk attempt.
Five student-athletes from Silver Bluff High School participated in a signing ceremony on Friday to make their commitments to play at the next level.
Rakesh Jasani truly believes his South Aiken boys' tennis team was the best in the state last year.
COLUMBIA — The area's top high school wrestlers put forth another strong effort in Saturday's individual state championships at Dreher High School.
JOHNSTON — With all due respect to Caleb Jones, no baseball that came out of his right hand Friday is going to be remembered as the night's best pitch.
Nine area high school wrestlers will compete for individual state championships Saturday at Dreher High School.
SALUDA 61, SILVER BLUFF 41
It's been a long wait for the Aiken High girls' soccer program to score a win over rival South Aiken.
The Silver Bluff and Saluda girls' basketball teams got the matchup they wanted on the state's biggest stage.
SILVER BLUFF 51, PHILIP SIMMONS 40
The champs are back to defend their crown.
It took exactly 2:01 into Wednesday's game for the Silver Bluff girls' basketball team to get under Buford's skin with their defensive pressure.
There will not be a fifth consecutive Class AAAA state championship for the North Augusta girls' basketball team.
North Augusta's Kiana Lee was named the Class 4A Girls' Basketball Player of the Year by the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association.
AIKEN 48, JAMES ISLAND 36
NORTH AUGUSTA 64, MAY RIVER 18
The road to a state championship begins now for the South Carolina High School League's basketball teams – and that road leads to Aiken.
No. 3 AIKEN 77, MIDLAND VALLEY 34
Saturday's match was exactly the type of match that the South Aiken wrestling program wants.
Albany Holston, a key component of the Aiken High girls' basketball team's resurgence, signed Friday afternoon to play at Converse College.
Lemuel Lackey has been chosen as Fox Creek High School's next football coach, according to an announcement from the Edgefield County charter school.
The South Carolina High School League's executive committee voted Wednesday to allow open season workouts for fall sports.
BARNWELL — One of the area's winningest high school football players is ready to bring victories to a college program that's finally restarting after nearly seven decades away from the field.
WAGENER — Two key figures from Wagener-Salley's most successful football era signed Tuesday to extend their academic and athletic careers.
AIKEN 60, SOUTH AIKEN 45
Eight student-athletes from South Aiken High School gathered Wednesday evening in the school's library with their friends and family to sign to play at the next level.
Six Aiken Hornets football players signed Wednesday to extend their athletic and academic careers beyond the high school level.
WILLISTON — Richard Bush knew from his first day at Williston-Elko that he could count on Javier Rudolph.
No. 2 AIKEN 59, No. 8 SOUTH AIKEN 42
NORTH AUGUSTA 63, AIKEN 55
North Augusta's girls didn't show much rust this week despite a series of postponements that delayed their start of the Region 5-AAAA basketball schedule
Michael Prandy laid out the blueprint last week for how his South Aiken boys' basketball team could crash the Region 5-AAAA party.
Friday night's game had the makings of another nail-biter between the Aiken High and Midland Valley girls' basketball teams.
A South Aiken boys' basketball team eager to break through in Region 5-AAAA will very soon find out exactly where it stands.
Chasen Redd didn't like what he was seeing from his team, and he let his players know about it.