CAMDEN -- Tax Ruling edged Divine Fortune to win Saturday's $100,000 Marion duPont Scott Colonial Cup Steeplechase at the Springdale Race Course.

Tax Ruling finished the 2 3/4-mile course over 17 National fences in 5:11.20. It was Tax Ruling's sixth win in 23 starts over fences and the $60,000 winner's share ran his earnings total for the NSA season to $153,500.

The Irv Naylor-owned 8-year-old also became the only horse in the National Steeplechase Association to win two of the circuit's four Grade I chases this year.

Divine Fortune was second and Arcadius was another length back in a starting field of 12.

College volleyball

The College of Charleston swept Elon, 3-0, in the quarterfinal round of the Southern Conference Tournament in Birmingham, Ala.

The win was the 10th straight for Charleston and fifth straight sweep. Senior Elyse Chubb tied a season high with 17 kills in the match, hitting .394.

The Cougars advanced to the semifinal round for the 12th time in 13 appearances. Charleston will face Appalachian State today at 3 p.m.

High school volleyball

Wando's Savannah Miller earned MVP honors in the North-South All-Star Game at Erskine College.

Miller, who was joined on her squad by Wando teammate Tinsley Hallman, led the South's Class AAA/AAAA team to a 3-1 victory over the North's Class AAA/AAAA team.