Three Lexington-Richland School District Five football players were selected for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas roster. School District Five student-athletes Will Taylor (Quarterback, Dutch Fork High), Elijah Spencer (Wide Receiver, Dutch Fork High), and Thornton Gentry (Offensive Lineman, Chapin High) were selected as part of the South Carolina teamContinue Reading

The Dutch Fork High School Cheerleading squad placed fifth at the Class AAAAA state competition December 19. Photos by Chris Record GoFlashWin.comContinue Reading

Irmo High School varsity football coach Aaron Brand has been named by his peers as the 2020 South Carolina Region 4A Coach of the Year. The award is presented annually. “I am extremely honored and blessed to receive such a high honor,” Brand said. “The fact that my peers chose meContinue Reading

By CT McDonald The 2020 competitive cheer state finals competition is this weekend at Florence, and two local powerhouse teams will be there. Chapin and Dutch Fork each qualified last week for a berth in the finals competition, along with other nearby competitors, and they will vie for the ClassContinue Reading

Golf Tips Holidays, families and golf seem to be a better fit than ever given the state of current affairs. Outdoor activities have been suggested by the safety experts and social distancing standards and protocols are easy to follow on the golf course. Here is what I am observing aroundContinue Reading

A Seven Oaks Elementary third grade student is gearing up to compete in the United States of America Track & Field (USATF) Cross Country Junior Olympics National competition in Kentucky December 12-13. Eight-year-old Artem Temnenko recently won the USATF Cross Country Junior Olympics South Carolina State Championship in Newberry NovemberContinue Reading

By CT McDonald With a 24-0 shutout over Sumter in last week’s 5A lower state title game, Dutch Fork’s varsity football team is set to play for another consecutive state championship on Friday. The Silver Foxes (9-0) will take on T. L. Hanna (7-0) at 7:30 pm in Charlie W.Continue Reading

By Al Dozier The town of Irmo plans to recognize hometown golf champion Dustin Johnson by naming one of the town’s streets after him. Johnson, the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world who recently reached a record score in his win at the Master’s Tournament in Augusta, Ga., has deepContinue Reading

Thanksgiving and family go together What first attracted me to golf was the picture of families participating together.  The Krapfel’s, Healys, Lusk’s, Chappells, Whittington’s, Chapels, Newnham’s, and Rutherford’s were just a few of the families that invited me to play along with them when I got started in golf. IContinue Reading

By CT McDonald After last week’s second round of varsity football playoff games, there is just one District Five team still in the competition. Dutch Fork (8-0) remains undefeated after the second round 63-42 win against Carolina Forest (8-2) and will play host to, also undefeated, Sumter (8-0) on FridayContinue Reading