Brookland-Cayce Quarterback Tanner Staton committed to play football for Elon University, Tuesday. He is a rising high school senior and received a full scholarship offer from Elon. Elon is in North Carolina. “He went up to Elon for a camp on June 23,” said Chris Staton, Tanner’s father. “He had […]
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Ten Lexington Two high school athletes declared their intent this week to play their sports at the college level. Thursday, Airport High School had eight athletes participate in a signing ceremony: Yulissa Benitez: Soccer, University of South Carolina-Salkehatchie Isaiah Dudley: Basketball, East Georgia State College Billy Elswick: Baseball, University of […]
Brookland-Cayce lost to Oceanside, 8-5, Wednesday at Oceanside. The loss in the SC state high school baseball playoffs ends BC’s playoff run. With two wins at Oceanside, the Bearcats would have won the Lower State Championship. BC finished the 2022 season at 21-5; Region Champions; District Champions; Lower State Runner-Up.
Brookland-Cayce defeated Hanahan, 7-3, in the SC High School League baseball playoffs, Monday. The game was played at BC. The Bearcats will travel to Oceanside Wednesday to play for the Lower State Championship. BC must defeat Oceanside twice to win the Lower State crown.
Brookland-Cayce defeated Hanahan, 6-1, in high school baseball Thursday night at BC. The Bearcats remain undefeated in the playoffs. BC scored 6 runs in the first 2 innings, 2 in the first and 4 in the second. Hanahan scored its run in the 3rd inning. Skylar King was the winning […]
Brookland-Cayce defeated Loris, 4-2, in a 3A first-round high school playoff game at BC, Tuesday. With the win, BC moves on to play the winner of the Bishop-England/Lake City winner. Those 2 teams played Tuesday night at Lake City. The Bearcats scored 2 runs in the bottom of the second […]
Four Brookland-Cayce student-athletes signed to play sports at the college level, Thursday. Jeremy Daniels will run track at Columbia International. Owen Plane signed to play football at Furman. Ian Myers is going to Auburn to run track, and Jordon Wise will play football at North Greenville.
Brookland-Cayce clinched the Region 5 Championship in baseball Friday night. BC defeated Orangeburg-Wilkinson 17-0 to win the Region crown. It’s the Bearcats’ first Region Championship since 2008. The 2008 team also won the State Championship. The championship was celebrated with a fireworks display at the BC baseball field behind the […]