Greg Shore is a cross-country coach and sports photographer at North Charleston High School.
Jeff Hartsell is a two-time S.C. sportswriter of the year who has covered Clemson, South Carolina, The Citadel, College of Charleston and high school beats, as well as professional golf and tennis events in Charleston.
After watching his team fall behind quickly in its last two games at McAlister Field House, The Citadel basketball coach Duggar Baucom shuffle…
A stretch of four games in seven days was always going to be difficult for The Citadel basketball team. But that task was complicated on Satur…
The Citadel's Southern Conference home opener was delayed by two weeks, but it was worth the wait.
After a two-year hiatus, the Charleston Battery's preseason Carolina Challenge Cup exhibition tournament is back with three Major League Soccer teams due to play and a new title sponsor on board.
Top Google searches to finish the phrase "skinny as a" include rail, stick, needle and beanpole. Any of those descriptors would have fit The Citadel's Stephen Clark when he showed up on campus in 2019.
College of Charleston's next scheduled basketball game has been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols at William & Mary.
John Meeks faked one way, turned the other and buried the fall-away jumper from the baseline.
The Citadel's Hayden Brown was held to four points and no field goals as Chattanooga pulled away for an 85-67 victory over the Bulldogs on Jan. 8 at McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tenn.
The late Bill Noonan was among the first to notice something special about Kevin Brown, the former Wando running back who was named an FCS All-American this season to cap off a stellar career at Incarnate Word.