By Thomas Grant Jr. Irmo’s two high schools had a busy National Signing Day. Irmo and Dutch Fork both had 21 seniors recognized after signing their respective letters of intent. Even early signees like future University of Georgia shortstop Precious Bross took park in the ceremony held at Irmo High
By Thomas Grant Jr. The word “reunited” comes to mind when looking at the finalized region classifications for the South Carolina High School League. At least for the next two years, the realignment puts town rivals Dutch Fork and Irmo and Airport and Brookland-Cayce back together in the same region.
By Thomas Grant Jr. Both the Dutch Fork girls and Lexington boys maintained their high standing both in the polls and in Region 4-5A. Each posted victories Tuesday in Irmo in their respective matchups to remain unbeaten in region play. The fourth-ranked Lady Silver Foxes defeated defending Region 4-5A champion
Irmo High School student athlete Matthew Blocker has been named to participate on the South Carolina High School League’s (SCHSL) Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC). Blocker is one of 15 students selected statewide to participate in the council which represents each SCHSL classification and the more than 100,000 athletic participants.
In a significant milestone, Irmo High School senior Lele Bennett recently inked her commitment to play softball at Campbell University. The National Letter of Intent signing marks a moment of pride for the local community, highlighting Bennett’s dedication and talent in the sport. We wish her the very best as
Aaron Brand, Head Football Coach at Irmo High School, has received the prestigious recognition of being named the Carolina Panthers High School Football Coach of the Week. This accolade is part of the Panthers’ High School Football Coach of the Week program presented by GMC. In expressing his gratitude, Coach
By Thomas Grant, Jr. The much-anticipated finalized classification for the South Carolina High School League school years from 2024-26 were released Tuesday. Class 5A schools in Richland and Lexington schools will increase will three moving up from Class 4A. This group includes for the first time Irmo, along with Ridge
By Thomas Grant Jr. The realization of a challenging defense of the Class 4A boys basketball title was not lost upon Irmo head coach Tim Whipple. From graduating Class 4A Player of the Year Brandon Crawford and guard Te’Andre Summons to the transfer of guards Madden and Mason Collins, this
By Thomas Grant Jr. When Precious Bross looks back on 2023, some of her high moments in softball took place with Minority Softball Prospects. The national organization provided the University of Georgia signee an opportunity this summer to play at the Jennie Finch Classic in Seattle, Washington. Bross’ Toni’s Promise