DARLINGTON, S.C. – Five student-athletes from Hartsville High School signed national letters of intent last week to play collegiate sports. The ceremony was held inside the school’s arena in front of a large crowd of students, family and friends. Emma C
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Left-handed pitcher Anthony Hopkins, a student-athlete at Darlington High School, signed a letter of intent Tuesday to play baseball next year for North Greenville University. Hopkins inked the commitment at school, surrounded by his
Coker College Head Softball Coach Travis McCall announced the signing of Alexis Ortiz, Kayla Oswell, Mackenzie Harmon, Hannah Fisher, Brooklynn Stueness, Jena DeWalt, Bailey Douglas, and Jessica McWhorter for the 2019-20 season.
(DARLINGTON, SC) – Coach John Jones, Jr., head varsity football coach at Darlington High School, announced his resignation from the school’s football program today. Jones, who has been the school’s head coach since 2015, is resigning to pursue other coach
The Hartsville Red Foxes found themselves one step closer to the state 4A championship with their win against the Crestwood Knights on Friday night. Both teams claimed their victory at the Kelleytown stadium and were determined that not even the wet fiel
The last game of the season brought out at least 1000 Red Fox and Sea Hawks fans to the Kelleytown stadium on a chilly Thursday night to see the defining moment for the undefeated Hartsville Red Foxes. There were some exciting moments in this game beginni
By Leslie Williamson The Hartsville Red Foxes showed up at the Darlington high school stadium competing in another conference game, this time against the Falcons last Thursday night. Due to the expectation of acclimate weather on Friday, the game was pla
The game between Hartsville High School and Darlington High School will be moved to Thursday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. in Darlington. The game between Lamar High School and McBee High School will be moved to Thursday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. in Lamar. Both change
By Leslie Williamson The Hartsville Red Foxes journeyed down to Little River on Friday night to compete against the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs. The Red Foxes entered the stadium determined to keep their undefeated status and came ready to defend their tit
By Leslie Williamson A trail of Red Fox fans found their way to the Marlboro County Bulldog stadium in Bennettsville, Friday night to watch the battle between the two varsity teams. Hartsville won the toss with a kickoff to Marlboro in the first quarter.
By Leslie Williamson Having won the previous three games, the Hartsville Red Foxes were hyped and ready to host the Cheraw Braves this week. The Braves received the opening kickoff, however an illegal procedure sent the anxious team back five yards in th
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After their third game of the season, the Red Foxes took a short break due to hurricane Florence when it interrupted their scheduled game against the Bluffton Bobcats. As we all know, time should never be wasted so this will give our Foxes time to prepare