By Thomas Grant Jr. The 2021-22 basketball season ended last week for both Irmo-based schools. Both Irmo teams and the Dutch Fork boys were eliminated in the first round. The Lady Yellow Jackets were routed 53-21 by North Myrtle Beach in Class 4A, while the Silver Foxes saw their seasonContinue Reading

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 HighContinue Reading

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.Continue Reading

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 asContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The “award tour” for Irmo head football coach Aaron Brand continued Friday. This time, he was recognized as the Coach of the Year by the NFL’s Carolina Panthers. The ceremony was held at the high school where Brand was also presented a $2,500 check by theContinue Reading