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South Carolina football standout Javon Kinlaw pulled out of the Senior Bowl on Thursday with what reports say is tendinitis in one of his knees. But the Goose Creek High School product did not leave Mobile, Ala., without doing what he went there to do — show out for NFL scouts.

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Billed as the oldest high school basketball rivalry in the state, North Charleston and Burke squared off in a key early region 6-AA basketball matchup on Friday night at North Charleston.

The Rotary Roundball Classic championship games didn't include any schools from Charleston or even South Carolina, but that didn't dampen the excitement for the four high school basketball teams vying for titles Monday night at the North Charleston Athletic Center.

It took 10 games into the season for the Goose Creek boys basketball team to pick up its third win of the season. If the Gators can build upon Friday night’s 65-33 win over First Baptist in the first round of the Rotary Roundball Classic, there should be plenty of success in the remainder of…

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Woods captured the Classes A-AA-AAA S.C. High School League state singles championship last month. She then immediately returned to the hardwood as a starting point guard to help the Bishops in their quest to repeat as Class AAA basketball state champions.

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With the outcome of the 83rd annual Shrine Bowl all-star game hanging in the balance, the offensive play-caller for the South Carolina Sandlappers, Ashley Ridge offensive coordinator Bobby Marion, went with what he knew best – run the football.

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On the eve of the early national signing period, Hammond School defensive lineman Jordan Burch is the biggest recruiting prize still left uncommitted. Will he end up at Clemson or South Carolina, or go out of state to play for Georgia or LSU?

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Ike Allred has stepped down as head football coach at James Island Charter High School after six seasons, according to a press release from the school’s athletic director Jeremy Holland.

BARNWELL – The magical ride through the 2019 football season ended in disappointment for the Oceanside Collegiate Landsharks on Friday night as the defending Lower State champion Barnwell Warhorses advanced to the Class AA state finals with a 42-31 win.

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The state's top-ranked high school football team, Dutch Fork, flexed its muscle and made it look easy in a 48-0 win over previously undefeated Fort Dorchester at John Bagwell Stadium on Friday night.


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