Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Varsity Gets First Home Win against Richland Northeast 52 – 43
Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Varisty Earns First Win Against York
Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Varsity Basketball Come Short to Keenan 67 – 53
Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Blythewood 75 – 67
Boys Varsity Basketball · 2017 Chick-fil-A Classic/Carolina Challenge Ticket & SCHSL Pass Info
Ticket Info The tournament has grown over the year’s into one of the nations most competitive and marketable tournament thanks to teams such as yours participating. All our games this year will again be streamed live by Flo Hoops for those of your fans who cannot make it out to see you in person. For those
Multiple Teams · Ernest Thompson Is WLTX Player of the Week
Ernest Thompson, senior basketball player, recently picked as News 19 Player of the Week. Ernest plays basketball and football for the Diamond Hornets. He has a 3.6 GPA that helped him earned this honor. Congratulations Ernie! http://www.wltx.com/sports/player-of-the-week/ernest-thompson-is-the-player-of-the-week-1/497433367
Multiple Teams · Coach Gaither Talks Basketball
Lower Richland boys’ basketball team landed a second place ranking in the South Carolina Coaches preseason rankings. http://www.thestate.com/sports/high-school/article184766328.html
Multiple Teams · Boys’ Basketball Recognized
Lower Richland’s state championship boys’ basketball team was recently recognized for their accomplishments this season at Richland School District One School Board Meeting. Pictured with the team is Commissioner Cheryl Harris, Superintendent, Dr. Witherspoon, Rose v. Pelzer Principal, Robert Matz, District AD, Commissioner Darrell Black and Commissioner Dewayne Smiling.
Multiple Teams · Clyde Trapp South’s All-Star MVP
Lower Richland’s Clyde Trapp had a strong showing in the Carolina Classics high school basketball all-star game. The Clemson signee poured in a game-high 28 points in South Carolina’s 134-115 loss to North Carolina at the Carolinas Classic at Socastee High School. Trapp was named MVP for the South Carolina squad.