Orangeburg-Wilkinson won nine games this past season, the best showing for the Bruins in nearly 20 years. One of the reasons for O-W's success was the play of receiver Wally Tarte.
Avery Armstrong is more than the usual well-rounded athlete.
The Gilbert Indian offense ran through Mitch Spires who made this unit one of the more potent offenses in the Midlands.
After enduring a 20-year absence from the state volleyball playoffs, Orangeburg-Wilkinson has made the post-season the last two years in part because of the play of senior Pyuncka Peeples.
Shon Belton's senior year could have turned into a nightmare had it not been for the leadership shown by him and his fellow upperclassmen.
The Chapin volleyball team is one of the top programs in the state with only one loss heading into the state playoffs and a big reason for that is the play of senior Becca Barton.
Back in the 1990's Stanley Myers was instrumental in Swansea's three consecutive state championships before taking his talents to The Citadel.
A member of the Lower Richland tennis team, Leah McRant is also a manager for the girls' basketball team which is the defending 3A state champion.
Less than a week after being named Homecoming Queen at Airport High School, Breanna Hampton earned News19 Player of the Week Honors.
The Spring Valley Vikings are sporting 5-0 record and a big reason is the play of running back John Miller.
Thomas Harris understands being the son of a coach can be rewarding. But this senior cross country runner has never used his family connections for anything other than perhaps a ride to school.
The 2012-2013 season of the News19 Player of the Week program is in the books, capped off by the announcement of the two Players of the Year.
The resume of Wilson Hall senior Anne-Davis Shaw is extensive in both academics and athletics.
Molly Catherine Duggan's heart is as big as Sumter County.
The Camden girls soccer team is one of those units that makes a head coach's life a little easier.