on Wednesday, 02 March 2016.
Posted in News, Sports
Calvin Shaw resigned his position as Hartsville High School’s head boys’ varsity basketball coach, effective immediately. Shaw, who led the Red Foxes basketball program for three years, compiled an overall record of 25-41 and a region record of 8-22.
The Pee Dee tennis community, especially Hartsville, lost a great friend Wednesday, February 24th, Joe Capobianco. Joe was a great friend to tennis players of all ages and will be missed by the area tennis community.
Markette and the YMCA of the Upper Pee Dee are sponsoring a FREE boys lacrosse camp on Feb. 21, 28, and March 6 from 2:00-3:30pm at Byerly Park! You can register in advance at the YMCA to receive a free t-shirt as well! Call (843) 383-4547 for more info!
Join the Coker Cobras for one of the most unique softball games you'll ever see - the 50-Inning Marathon on Jan. 16! Modified rules include each player getting only 1 pitch, and sides switch every 9 outs. The team is raising money for improving the
The Hartsville Red Foxes went to Myrtle Beach to face the Seahawks in round 3 of the Lower State playoffs and saw their season come to an end on a last second field goal of 27 yards giving the Seahawks a thrilling 52-49 victory.
Andrew Coker, a senior at Hartsville High School, has been named a South Carolina state finalist in the 2015 Wendy’s High School Heisman awards program. Coker is one of 20 student-athletes in the state to receive the honor.