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Charlotte Christian arrives late, leaves with win over West Ashley

BY TIM LINKER Special to The Post and Courier  – Friday, September 9, 2016

The Charlotte Christian Knights had some difficulty getting to West Ashley Stadium on Friday night for their matchup with the West Ashley Wildcats. The Knights enjoyed a pregame meal in downtown ...


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Unbeaten Bishop England bounces Porter-Gaud, 42-21

By Frankie Mansfield fmansfield@moultrienews.com  – Friday, September 9, 2016

Don’t let Bishop England’s triple-option offense fool you; Quarterback Leo Albano can spin it, too.


Top-ranked Dutch Fork’s late TD caps wild win over Summerville
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Top-ranked Dutch Fork survives Summerville, 30-28

Friday, September 9, 2016

SUMMERVILLE — With just over two minutes to play Friday night, Summerville was on the verge of giving Green Wave head coach Joe Call the first signature victory of his young coaching career.


High school football games moved to Thursday ahead of heavy rain
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High school football games moved to Thursday ahead of heavy rain

BY DAVID SHELTON Special to The Post and Courier  – Friday, September 9, 2016

A tropical system moving across Florida is expected to pass through the Lowcountry on Friday, forcing high school football games in the area to be rescheduled.


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RiverDogs mount comeback to take Game 2 against Rome Braves in SAL playoffs, 4-3

Friday, September 9, 2016

Taylor Widener stood by the RiverDogs dugout across from the first base line, drenched in a Gatorade bath that a duo of teammates had just dumped on him.


Douglas leads Stags past Hawks
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Darius Douglas leads Berkeley past Hanahan, 26-25

BY ROB GANTT The Gazette  – Friday, September 9, 2016

MONCKS CORNER - They aren’t region rivals anymore, but Berkeley and Hanahan went after each other hard for Berkeley County bragging rights on Friday night.


Gators drop to 0-3 with loss to Greenwood
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Goose Creek drops to 0-3 with 21-14 loss to Greenwood

BY DAVID SHELTON Special to The Post and Courier  – Friday, September 9, 2016

GOOSE CREEK -- Not since 2002 has the Goose Creek football program opened a season with three consecutive losses, but that is the case this year after Friday night’s 21-14 home loss to


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High School Scores: Berkeley, Bishop England, St. John’s winners

Friday, September 9, 2016

Baptist Hill 20, Academic Magnet 19


Here comes political realignment
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Here comes party realignment

BY DAVID BROOKS  – Saturday, September 10, 2016

There’s a good chance many of you will be switching political parties over the next 15 years.


Why psychiatrists ask patients about guns
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Why psychiatrists ask mental health patients about guns

BY NATHANIEL P. MORRIS  – Saturday, September 10, 2016

Few topics stir more controvery in this country than guns. Mass shootings and urban gun violence inflame public passions. Gun control measures divide our political leaders, and elections often hinge


What defense debate misses
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What defense debate misses

Saturday, September 10, 2016

National security took the spotlight this week in the presidential campaign and the news. The condition of our defense forces, the choices made by our leaders and the nation’s global standing


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Summerville’s flawed process

Saturday, September 10, 2016

The irony is clear — and unfortunate. Summerville Town Council chose a new police chief Thursday in a process that violated state law.


Letter: Go ahead and leave

Saturday, September 10, 2016

I don’t know whether Kirkpatrick Sale is just part of the “Forget Hell” crowd, but his Sept. 7 column “How secession could succeed in Texas” was so shot full of ...


Letter: Scrutinize the Clinton Foundation

Saturday, September 10, 2016

The Clintons became extremely wealthy running a charity. We hear it does some good, but we get no details. According to Investors Business Daily, 87 percent of the Clinton Foundation’s budget ...


Letter: Biting the hand

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Ebola, Zika, superbugs resistant to current anti-biopics and years to go before another remedy can be produced. Chemical warfare is a possibility for the future. A potential doctor shortage looms


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