Articles by Eric Sprott
In its first real test against the pass this season, the Clemson defense left something to be desired against Texas A&M.
The Oconee Christian Academy boys’ cross-country team captured the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools state championship on Saturday with a strong showing in Charlotte, N.C.
With his team enjoying its bye week, Clemson wide receiver Amari Rodgers found himself across the country over the weekend, largely disconnected from anything related to the Tigers.
Clemson is in line for an official visit from defensive end Derick Hunter of Fort Myers, Fla., for the Duke game. Hunter has already been committed twice — once to Miami, and once to Florida State. He nearly committed a third time to Florida, but he’s open now and highly interested in Clemson.
The South Carolina football team’s Oct. 27 home game against Tennessee will kick off at 7:30 p.m. and be televised by the SEC Network, it was announced Monday.
GREENVILLE — The Daniel High School girls’ golf team captured its fourth straight Class 4A Upper State title on Monday with a team score of 339 at The Preserve at Verdae.
After last season’s run to the Sweet 16, it looked like the Clemson men’s basketball team might have to start fresh again once the 2018-19 campaign rolled around.
With numbers that jump off the page, it’s certainly easy to point to the Daniel High School football team’s offense as the driving force behind the Lions’ turnaround season.
The SEC league office recognized two South Carolina players Monday for their performances in the Gamecocks’ 37-35 win over Missouri on Saturday.
The Daniel High School girls’ golf team captured its third straight Region I-4A championship Monday at Clemson University’s Walker Course.
The Pickens High School volleyball team may have gotten the win over Daniel on Monday, but the Lions did not go quietly.
Last year, Clemson’s bye week came after the Tigers’ three-point upset loss at Syracuse on Oct. 13.
After watching his team commit procedural penalties throughout the first half, Seneca High School football coach Hal Capps lit into his team at halftime of its game against West-Oak on Friday night.
This weekend marks the first and only weekend of primitive-weapons season in both Game Zones 1 and 2.