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Bishops now just one step away from No. 9

HANAHAN â€" The Bishop England volleyball team, the crown jewel in the school's athletic program, took a step closer to yet another Class AA state championship with a 25-17, 25-16, 25-8 victory over Hanahan in Thursday night's Lower State championship. The Bishops advance to Saturday's state title match against Gilbert. The showdown is set for 1:30 p.m. at White Knoll High School in Lexington. Gilbert beat Broome in five games to advance.

It was a special feeling at S.C. State on Thursday

ORANGEBURG â€" When the S.C. State band came out for its halftime show, there was the usual excitement in the air. But when the band members spelled out O-B-A-M-A on the field, the home crowd went completely wild.

Cementing his legacy

COLUMBIA â€" Kenny McKinley arrived here four years ago as a wisp of a kid and a quarterback by trade. Well, he's put on a little weight in his South Carolina career, and, in all likelihood, he'll leave as the Gamecocks' all-time leading receiver in just about every category imaginable.

Perfect debut for Goepfert

The South Carolina Stingrays learned very quickly that it is better to play with goalie Bobby Goepfert than to play against him. Goepfert stopped all 26 shots he faced in his Stingrays debut as South Carolina blanked Charlotte, 3-0, Thursday night before a crowd of 3,107 at the North Charleston Coliseum. With the victory, the Stingrays improved to 4-2-0 (8 points) and moved within two points of first place in the ECHL's South Division. Charlotte dropped to 5-3-0 (10 points) and remained in first place in the South Division.

Jamison's 3 TDs lift S.C. State over Howard

ORANGEBURG â€" Maybe it was the chance to play on the ESPNU's national stage, or perhaps it was a post-Obama bump on Senior Night. Whatever the reason, South Carolina State wasted little time in dispatching lowly Howard on Thursday night before 11,239 fans at Oliver C. Dawson Stadium.

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