By Thomas Grant Jr. High school basketball season is back. This weekend will see the first of three preseason tournaments taking place in Lexington County. It starts with the inaugural Preview Jamboree Saturday at the new Gray Collegiate Academy gymnasium. Ten games, including two girls varsity contests, will take place.
By CT McDonald Irmo’s varsity boys basketball program and veteran head coach Tim Whipple recorded another state championship last week, adding to a long history of appearances in the state finals for the school, the program and its coach. Already owning the Region 5-4A title and the lower state championship,
By CT McDonald Irmo’s varsity basketball teams are off to a good start in region competition after last week’s wins in the Region 5-AAAA openers. The Lady Yellow Jackets earned their second straight victory with the 42-26 win against Richland Northeast in the region opener on the road last week.
By CT McDonald Irmo’s winter sports teams resumed their regular schedules this week after bringing home wins in recent holiday tournaments, and region games are just ahead. The boys’ varsity basketball team won the Mountaineer Classic tournament at Kings Mountain, North Carolina last Friday when the Yellow Jackets capped off
By CT McDonald Irmo’s varsity basketball teams will visit Dutch Fork Thursday for the first of two scheduled games this season between these two District Five competitors. The Yellow Jacket boys team (6-1) is currently riding a five-game winning streak after its 72-33 win against River Bluff on Tuesday. The
By CT McDonald Varsity basketball playoffs are about to get started with some local District Five teams right in the middle of it. IRMO IRMO’S VARSITY GIRLS will kick it off tomorrow, Friday, when they visit Westside (16-2) for their first-round challenge on the road. The Yellow Jackets (12-5, 7-3)
Dontray Jemison and Jim Mosteller (recreation deacon at Cornerstone church) organized a basketball tournament. Six teams played in a round robin and then a single elimination championship, for a total of eight games. Many of the players had played basketball for Irmo High School, but there were players from all