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LEXINGTON, SC (WOLO)– The 3rd Annual Lexington County Chili Cook Off spiced things up Sunday, all for a good cause. Dozens of people came out to the tasty event that featured unique chili dishes. Organizers with the Lexington County Blowfish say one of the main themes this year seemed to fit perfect with the famously hot city. Proceeds from the…
ABC NEWS–The CDC says it is too early to tell if Flu season has peaked this year. Deaths from the Flu are on the rise across the country and here in South Carolina. ABC’S Michelle Franzen has the latest on information from the CDC about the flu shot.
The University of South Carolina baseball team completed their series against VMI with a 9-0 shutout on Sunday afternoon (Feb. 18). A combined effort from a pitching staff that allowed just two hits and strong performances at the plate gave the Gamecocks the series win over the Keydets to start the season.
A’ja Wilson scored 29 points and No. 8 South Carolina had assists on 21 of 26 baskets in an 81-63 victory over Kentucky on Sunday.
South Carolina softball extended its Gamecock Invitational winning-steak to 18 games with a 2-0 win over Southern Illinois on Saturday at Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field. Dixie Raley went the distance in the circle, pitching a complete-game shutout coupled with 11 strikeouts to shut down SIU and move the Gamecocks to 7-1 on the year.
The University of South Carolina baseball team bounced back with three home runs, two off the bat of Madison Stokes and solid pitching from Cody Morris in a 7-2 win over VMI Saturday afternoon (Feb. 17) at Founders Park.