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The Fort Dorchester Wrestling team claimed a 47-25 victory Jan. 23 to eliminate Ashley Ridge from contention for the Region 8-AAAAA championship.

The 2019 Tripp Rabon AS ONE Award is presented to Calvin Pringle Jr., center, by Exchange Club President Greg Hyland, left, and Head Coach Joe Call.

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The Summerville Exchange Club has presented the 2019 Tripp Rabon AS ONE Award to Calvin Pringle Jr.

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The Ashley Ridge Boys Basketball team rode a strong third-quarter effort to a 69-55 win over Summerville in the Region 8-AAAAA opener for both teams.

Coming off a lite week, the Fort Dorchester varsity basketball teams are looking to have a strong start in region play.

The Summerville Girls Basketball team went on the road last week and defeated a pair of Berkeley County opponents. The Lady Green Wave defeated Cane Bay 50-36 in The Viper Pit Jan. 8.

Cane Bay High School’s girls basketball team takes a 6-5 mark into the final week of the non-region slate. The Lady Cobras’ record would really sparkle if a few more free throws and layups would have stayed down in the first month of the season.

Cane Bay High School’s boys basketball team has a pair of non-region clashes on the docket before the Region 7-AAAAA slate cranks up.

After taking Ashley Ridge and Summerville out of contention for the boys’ championship for the 12th annual Louis Mulkey Holiday Junior Varsity Basketball Tournament, Cane Bay fell to Wando in the finals.

The year 2019 was filled with sports moments, some joyful and others sad. Following is a review of just some of the top moments throughout the year.

Most of the Summerville area basketball teams had mixed results during their Christmas tournament, but they all should benefit from the competition they faced in late December.

After a decade in the position, Ashley Ridge High School Head Football Coach Kenny Walker is stepping down.

Pinewood freshman Jessica Osborne participated in the U15 International Champions Cup Futures Tournament at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida Dec. 11-15.

Second-year Faith Christian boys basketball coach Steve Guerry is pleased with what he’s seen so far from the Knights this season.


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