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Conway claims region title with special win at Sumter

A bizarre special-teams turnaround proved to be very special for the Conway High football team, which clinched the Region 6-5A championship Friday night with a thrilling 14-13 victory over host Sumter. The No. 7 Tigers (8-1 overall, 4-0 region) came out of the gate swinging to claim a 14-0 first-quarter lead on a touchdown run by Daiquawn Clark and a big touchdown pass from D’Wuan Grainger... 

Football: Tigers rip Bruins; Panthers falter at Sumter

The Conway High Tigers made a homecoming statement Friday night, perhaps one loud enough to be heard in Sumter. The No. 8-ranked Tigers (8-1 overall, 3-0 Region 6-5A) pounded visiting South Florence 62-14 to set up a first-place showdown with the No. 7 Gamecocks, who have an identical record after defeating Carolina Forest on Friday. Conway travels to Sumter next week with a region title at stake. The... 

Conway shoots the lights out in win over Socastee

The Conway and Socastee High football teams literally shot the lights out Friday night as the Tigers claimed a 50-28 victory following a fourth-quarter power outage at The Reservation. The two teams combined for 57 points and more than 500 yards of total offense in the first half alone as the Tigers erupted for a 37-20 halftime lead. Shortly after the Tigers hit the half-a-hundred mark early in... 

Ledbetter leads Conway past Loris at Shaftesbury Glen

The Conway High girls golf team scored a 190-211 victory over intra-county rival Loris on Tuesday at Shaftesbury Glen Golf Club. Conway’s Lora Ledbetter fired a 3-over-par 39 over nine holes to capture medalist honors. Teammates Taylor Reaves shot a 44, Logan Emrick carded a 48, and Kiley Lewis made a 59 to round out the Lady Tigers’ foursome. Loris was led by Chessa Lee with a 48,... 

Tigers defense sets table for offense in rout of WF

Whoever said the best offense is a good defense must have had the Conway High football team in mind in Friday’s 35-7 victory over visiting West Florence. Trailing only 14-7 early in the second half, the Tigers (5-1 overall, 1-0 Region 6-5A) took advantage of three straight turnovers by the Knights by setting up the offense for touchdowns to pull away in the region opener for both teams. Conway... 

Tigers pay back Foxes, remain unbeaten at 4-0

The Conway High football team made a major statement Friday night at The Backyard, avenging a tough loss to Hartsville last season with an impressive 35-21 victory over the visiting Red Foxes. The No. 5-ranked Tigers (4-0) withstood a hard charge by Hartsville (3-1, No. 2 in Class 4A) to pull away in the second half. After scolring the first 21 points of the game, Conway saw Hartsville star Tryon... 

Conway caps road swing with big win over Wilson

The Conway High football team completed a clean sweep of tough three-game road stretch to open the season with a 37-7 win over Wilson on Friday night at Florence Memorial Stadium. Following away wins over Georgetown and Wando to start the season in the Lowcountry, the Tigers (3-0) made the trip to the Pee Dee to defeat Wilson. Despite the travel and a coaching change on the day of their season... 

Tigers hang tough to take down Wando on the road

The Conway High football team let one slip away last year against Wando. This time the Tigers grabbed a hold and refused to let go until they secured the win. Conway’s defense pitched a shutout but Wando used its defense to get on the board first on a fumble return for a touchdown. But that was all the Warriors could muster as the Conway defense held firm the rest of the way and gave its... 

Tigers overcome turmoil, blast Bulldogs in opener

Wet field conditions forced the Conway High football team to wait nearly a half-hour before kicking off the 2017 season on Friday night. Apparently the Tigers couldn’t wait to get started. The visiting Tigers (1-0) scored on their first four offensive possessions behind first-time starting quarterback D’Wuan Grainger en route to a 40-8 victory over Georgetown. Playing for the first... 

Kickoff Countdown: Tigers have skill to fill roles, holes

Next man up. It’s not only a philosophy the Conway High football team must embrace on the field this season, but also possibly on the sideline. With the loss of four-year starting quarterback Peyton Derrick, and with the ongoing suspension of longtime head coach Chuck Jordan, Conway’s season seems to hinge on how well the Tigers handle the on-the-field transition and off-the-field issue. The... 
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