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2014 Shootout Schedule! Updated 12/19

Dec 19, 2014 • Purnell Swett High School
BOYS Dec. 17 Purnell Swett  58 Red Springs 64 More

Robeson County Shootout! Boys: Update 12/18

Dec 18, 2014 • Purnell Swett High School
LUMBERTON — After a rollercoaster start to the season that put the Lumberton basketball team one game below .500 entering the Robeson County Shootout, coach Mackie Register had his team focus on some fundamentals.   Specifically, the Pirates adjusted their defense and p More

Robeson County Shootout! Girls: Updates 12/18

Dec 18, 2014 • Purnell Swett High School
RED SPRINGS — It wasn’t easy, but the Red Springs girls basketball closed out a 43-30 win to start the Robeson County Shootout against Purnell Swett on Wednesday night.   The Red Devils (4-4) were paced by a 10-2 run to close out the third quarter to give them a 3 More

Robeson County Shoot-Out Boys Round-Up

Dec 18, 2011 • Purnell Swett High School
  PEMBROKE — The intimidation factor set in early during Saturday’s Robeson County Shootout boys championship game at UNCP’s English E. Jones Center. More

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Dillon claims third straight state title

Nov 28, 2014 • SCNow
Dillon High School's Johnny Allen (left) pushes past Newberry High School's Xizabian Boyd. The teams faced off against each other in ... LEXINGTON, S.C.Dillon has been known for its record-setting offense this season. But it was a play by its ... More

Lowcountry coaches lead South all-stars at North-South Game

Dec 11, 2014 • Charleston Post Courier
South head coach Jackie Hayes of Dillon High School is the "outsider" among the local group of coaches. He has been ... The 2014 Mr. Football award, as selected by the S.C. Athletic Coaches Association, will be announced at halftime. Finalists include ... More

COLUMN: Season to remember in the Pee Dee

Dec 8, 2014 • SCNow
A cooler of ice water is dumped over the head of Dillon High School defensive coordinator Marty McIntyre (center) by several Dillon players after their team beat Newberry High School in the Class 2A Division I championship Friday at River Bluff High ... More

Life Stories: Sara Grandy was always fit, always caring

Dec 7, 2014 • News & Observer
EDUCATION: Graduates from Dillon High School in 1945, earns business degree from Wake Forest College. CAREER: Works as a legal secretary, ... Grandy was raised in Dillon, S.C., just over the North Carolina border. Her family was deeply rooted in what ... More

THUMBS: Thumbs up to the most wonderful time of year

Dec 6, 2014 • SCNow
South Carolina probably is a long way from legalizing marijuana for recreational use, but medicinal use is a different matter. “The benefits to the public outweigh the potential of this could be abused,” Horne said. “We already know everyone is using ... More

THUMBS: Thumbs up to the remarkable Ralph Porter

Nov 29, 2014 • SCNow
Thumbs up to the Dillon High School football team, which won its third consecutive state championship Friday with a 49-27 victory over Newberry in Lexington. The Wildcats completed their first undefeated season. They have won five state championships ... More

Dillon School District 4 continues to make the grade

Oct 23, 2014 • WPDE
SC State Department of Education officials are praising Dillon County School District 4 for the efforts it has made in raising its annual school report card grades. ... Dillon High School went from an "F" last year on its annual school report card to a ... More

Support for Dillon coach's daughter reaches across sidelines

Sep 12, 2013 • WBTW - Myrtle Beach and Florence SC
In a show of support, Dillon Wildcats players are all wearing "Lacy" stickers on their helmets. "Those kids that are out there playing—those young men are almost like your sons," said McIntyre. "There's a lot of love involved out there, and they know ... More

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