CHARLESTON, SC March 19, 2013 – College of Charleston redshirt junior forward Willis Hall (Charlotte, N.C.) suffered an injury over the weekend in practice and will be out for the remainder of the postseason. Hall, who played in all 34 games of the season with 30 starts, broke his right foot. He averaged 7.7 points and 6.4 rebounds per game with three double-doubles on the season. Hall previously missed the entire 2011-12 season with a season-ending ACL injury that occurred during preseason workouts.
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Tuesday’s Practice Report COLUMBIA, SC March 19, 2013 – The University of South Carolina football squad returned to the Bluff Road practice fields Tuesday afternoon. It was the Gamecocks’ third workout of the spring, their first in nearly two weeks due to spring break, and their first practice in full pads. “We tried to make sure we came out today and do some of the things that we did the first two days that we practiced before spring break,” said defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward. “The offense speeded up quite a bit so we didn’t get lined up like I thought we should.” “There’s competition every day,” noted new defensive line coach Deke Adams. “I talk to the guys all the […]
Charleston, SC March 19, 2013 – The Charleston Battery was held to a 0-0 tie by the College of Charleston in a pre-season scrimmage on Tuesday afternoon at Patriots Point. The Battery were twice denied by the woodwork but the College of Charleston also came close with a shot cleared off the line in the late going. On a warm afternoon at Patriots Point both sides struggled to create chances in the first half. The Battery came closest to breaking the deadlock on the stroke of half-time as striker Jose Cuevas drifted past a defender but then saw his driven effort cannon back off the near post. Charleston were in the ascendency after the break and midfielder Jarad van […]
THE 20TH ANNUAL SEAFOOD BLUES & JAZZ FESTIVAL PRESENT FIVE TIME GRAMMY AWARD WINNER BUDDY GUY Kure Beach, NC March 19, 2013 – The air is crisp, the nights are cool and the sky is blue – Welcome to Pleasure Island in the fall. And there is no better way to bring in Autumn than to attend the 20th Annual Pleasure Island Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival on October 12th & 13th. This years’ Festival brings 2012 Kennedy Center Honoree, Five Time Grammy Award Winner BUDDY GUY to Pleasure Island!!! He is known for his stage showmanship, playing guitar with a drumstick, his teeth, his elbow, his posterior and always, strolling into the audience for a song or two. […]
COLUMBIA, SC March 19, 2013 – South Carolina senior guard Ieasia Walker earned a spot on the Associated Press’ All-SEC Second Team, the organization announced today. Sophomore forward Aleighsa Welch was tabbed a league honorable mention. The pair will lead the Gamecocks (24-7) into the program’s 10th NCAA Tournament appearance this weekend, taking on South Dakota State on Sat., March 23, at 4:10 p.m. (ET) in Boulder, Colo. Walker was named SEC Defensive Player of the Year and to the All-SEC First Team by the league’s coaches just before the SEC Tournament began. She is the team’s third-leading scorer at 9.5 points per game, although that number jumped up to 10.2 points per SEC contest. That production comes with 3.2 […]
17th Annual Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-off Features Area’s Best Seafood Chowder, Music & Family Fun
Carolina Beach, NC March 19, 2013 – If savoring seafood chowder in an island beach setting fits with your idea of springtime fun, come to Carolina Beach, North Carolina for the 17th Annual Pleasure Island Chowder Cookoff on Saturday, April 13th. Visitors to Wilmington, N.C. and island beaches should bring their appetites for food and fun to Carolina Beach Lake Park to experience an afternoon immersed in a tasty competition as they sample and judge local seafood chowder The 2013 Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-off is a family-oriented event that is all about delicious food, good music, and fun for all ages. Chefs from Carolina Beach, Wilmington, and beyond will prepare their best seafood chowder recipes between the hours of 12:00 […]
Tigers’ Maden Brother duo are the first brother doubles team at Clemson in 100 Years. CLEMSON, SC March 19, 2013 – The Clemson men’s tennis team is ranked 15th nationally according to the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) poll released Tuesday afternoon. Clemson is one of 13 teams nationally to have both the men’s and women’s ranked in the top 25. The Tiger women’s squad is ranked 14th. Clemson is one of six schools to have both teams ranked in the top 15. Clemson is coming off of two Atlantic Coast Conference road wins last week. The Tigers defeated Miami 4-3 on Friday and defeated Florida State 4-3 on Sunday. Clemson now has a 13-2 record overall, and a 2-0 […]
RALEIGH, NC March 19, 2013 – Historic properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places are recognized for their significance individually or as part of a National Register Historic district. Rehabilitation tax credits can be an invaluable aid for rehabilitation of a listed property. The State Historic Preservation Office (HPO) will lead a rehabilitation tax credit workshop with an emphasis on National Register of Historic Places requirements on April 2 at 6 p.m. at the Beaufort Train Depot, at 614 Broad Street. The free workshop is part of the Beaufort Historic Preservation Commission’s Historic District Seminars. Rehabilitation of listed properties can allow for contemporary use that preserves significant cultural, historic and architectural features and recognizes the significance to […]
Myrtle Beach, SC March 19, 2013 – Through the first four events of the NGA TOUR’s Pro Series, parity has been the prevailing theme. Four different winners have been crowned thus far in 2013. Jon Curran, a former Vanderbilt standout of Tequesta, Fla., outlasted Chris Ross in a two-hole playoff to claim the season-opening Members Only Shootout at Killearn Country Club; Clayton Rask, a former University of Minnesota golfer from Otsego, Minn., earned a two-stroke win in the Killearn Country Club Classic; Justin Lower, a former Malone University stalwart from Canal Fulton, Ohio, won the Spring Hill Classic; and Riley Wheedlon, a University of Louisville alumnus from Comox, B.C., took last week’s Kandy Waters Memorial Classic by one shot over […]
ORLANDO, FL Mar. 19, 2013 – The 14th-ranked Clemson women’s tennis team defeated No. 46 Georgia State, 6-1, at the Orlando Tennis Center in Orlando, FL, on Tuesday. It was Clemson’s third straight win, upping their record to 7-5 on the season, while the Panthers fell to 6-8 on the year. The match was Clemson’s final non-conference bout of the season. Georgia State, Clemson’s first-ever opponent in women’s tennis in 1976, is now 0-6 going up against the Tigers all-time, although the schools had not met in 11 years prior to Tuesday. The Tigers took the doubles point for the third straight match with wins on courts two and three. Yana Koroleva and Romy Koelzer won the deciding match on […]