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  • Christ Church outlasts Abbeville
    GREENVILLE -- With the state’s record for consecutive wins in a row on the line, Christ Church nearly blew Abbeville High School’s football team off the field in the first half. Cavaliers’ quarterback Andrew Slade threw four touchdowns, and Christ Church led 28-7 at the break and were two quarters from a blowout win to set the record at 42 wins in a row Friday.
  • PURPLE POUNDERS
    NINETY SIX -- There were about eight minutes left in the third quarter, and Ninety Six was trying to comeback. Down to Emerald 24-7, the Wildcats attempted a hand off to Rod Johnson.  
    The ball was fumbled and Johnson recovered.
  • In need of donations

    Officials at The Salvation Army of Greenwood are asking residents to donate food to its local food pantry.

  • Greenwood cruises past Emerald
    The Greenwood High School volleyball team played flat and lifeless Thursday against Emerald.
    But, the Eagles had enough energy to put away the scrappy Vikings in three sets, winning 25-15, 25-27 and 25-20.
    “We were flat and not excited, not pumped up at all,” Greenwood Julie Cox said. “I hate that because when our team is excited and pumped up, we’re a fantastic and unstoppable team. When we’re flat, everybody is flat.
    
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  • By ETHAN JOYCE
    Saturday, August 30, 2014 2:03 AM
    Ninety Six will be holding its first invitational volleyball tournament today, inviting a list of seven other teams — which includes Abbeville —to participate in the all-day event.
    The NSHS Lakelands Volleyball Tournament will consist of two four-team pools playing on the school’s two courts. The teams will then play round-robin style starting at 8:30 a.m., playing each team in their pool once. 
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  • Staff Reports
    Saturday, August 30, 2014 1:58 AM
    EHRHARDT -- Greenwood Christian 8-man football coach Gary Gillion was driving the bus Friday night after the Hawks’ 62-52 win against Andrew Jackson.
    “I’m driving the bus and got no voice,” Gillion said laughing. 
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  • Saturday, August 30, 2014 1:56 AM
    SALUDA — The Saluda High School football team overcame multiple injuries to outlast its rival from Ridge Spring-Monetta 47-20 Friday at Bettis Herlong Stadium.
    The game saw a number of players from both schools suffer injuries and cramps. The most gruesome injury occurred late in the first quarter when Saluda’s sophomore running back Malik Brooks sustained a likely compound fracture to one of his forearms. 
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  • THUMBS UP, THUMBS DOWN
    Friday, August 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Things are rough around here sometimes, but we like the fact things will soon be ruff. That is, a big thumbs up to the dog park that is set to open this fall at the Grace Street Park. The park itself has been a longtime dream that is finally coming to fruition.  Read More...
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  • Our View
    Thursday, August 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    It will take some adjusting. As advances in technology and the like come along, including in the world of communications, it always does take adjustment. There is a learning curve involved. Read More...
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  • Our View
    Wednesday, August 27, 2014 12:35 AM
    It is only Wednesday, but we know full well many of you are gearing up for the weekend. A long weekend. A last hurrah weekend as summer basically comes to an official close Read More...
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