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Carolina Forest grad Gold opts to sign with Toronto

It didn’t take Carolina Forest graduate Ryan Gold to make his decision between college or professional baseball. The Coastal Carolina University commitment was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 27th round of the Major League Baseball Draft on Saturday, forcing him to choose between playing for the College World Series-bound Chanticleers next year or realize his childhood dream of playing... 

CF grad, CCU commitment Gold drafted by Blue Jays

Carolina Forest graduate Ryan Gold didn’t participate in this weekend’s North-South All-Star Baseball Weekend, but he did get thrown one heck of a curveball. The All-Star catcher and Coastal Carolina commitment heard his name called by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 27th round of the Major League Baseball Draft on Saturday, forcing him to rethink his decision about whether to play college... 

Athlete of Spring Season: Panthers’ Gerber nets title

The growing popularity of lacrosse was certainly reflected in the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Spring Season voting as lone lacrosse representative Phil Gerber ran away with the title. Gerber received more than 10,000 votes to earn the distinction. The Carolina Forest graduate is heading to Greensboro (NC) College to continue in the sport after leading the Panthers to a first-ever playoff... 

Longtime Panthers baseball coach Jolly goes to Dorman

The Carolina Forest High baseball program is losing the only coach it has ever known. Jack Jolly, the reigning Class 4A Coach of the Year, has served as skipper of the Panthers since the school opened in 1997. He is leaving Carolina Forest to take over the same role at Dorman High in Spartanburg. Jolly, who led the Panthers to the Class 4A Lower State finals this past season, departs with a 435-307... 

Jolly 4A Coach of the Year; CF, SJ stars make all-state

The Carolina Forest High baseball team’s season might have ended prematurely, but the accolades keep rolling in for the Panthers. Ranked No. 1 before falling in last weekend’s Lower State final, Carolina Forest had three players named to the Class 4A All-State team on Thursday, as well as Panthers skipper Jack Jolly being honored as the Class 4A Coach of the Year. Jolly, who led the... 

Green Wave washes away Panthers’ state title hopes

What was expected to be a landmark day for the No. 1-ranked Carolina Forest High baseball program turned out to be one of the longest and toughest. Needing only to win one game in two chances against visiting Summerville in Saturday’s Class 4A Lower State final, the Panthers were swept in a doubleheader and saw their season end one step away from the state championship series. The Green Wave... 

Nine Panthers athletes sign college scholarship papers

Carolina Forest High had nine athletes sign college scholarship papers on Thursday, including five football players for the Panthers. Carolina Forest’s Victory Woods (Methodist University), Jason Craft (Highland Community College), Jeff Mario Brown- (Hutchinson Community College), and Dean Wooley and Angel Perez (Guilford College) signed to play football at their respective schools. In other... 

Baseball: Sharks, Panthers rally for 1-run playoff wins

The St. James High baseball team rallied for two runs in the seventh inning for a walk-off 4-3 victory over visiting Airport in Monday’s first round of the Class 3A Lower State tournament. St. James Parker Rabon drive in Jordan Fields for the game-tying run and Anthony Peck singled in pinch-runner Harrison Scott to clinch the dramatic comeback. The Sharks were held to only five hits but made... 

Carolina Forest golf finishes fourth place at Lower State

The Carolina Forest boys golf team turned in a balanced effort to claim fourth place in the Class 4A Lower State Tournament at The Golf Club at Westcott Plantation in Summerville on Monday. The Panthers were led by Adam Allen’s 4-over 76, and teammates Kevin Burris, Tanner Smith and Nico Farrar fired identical 79s to give Carolina Forest a final score of 313. Carolina Forest finished nine... 

No. 1 Carolina Forest hangs 10 again in first-round win

The No. 1-ranked Carolina Forest High baseball team is renowned for its pitching, but lately the Panthers have been getting it done with their bats. Carolina Forest blew past White Knoll 10-5 in Saturday’s Class 4A Lower State tournament, marking the second straight game the Panthers have scored in double figures. Trailing 1-0 in the second, the Panthers erupted for three runs in the bottom... 
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