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In a dominant performance from start to finish, Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s girls — led by a relentless defense and the superlative play of all-state guard Que Drayton — defeated four-time defending state champion Bishop England 66-41 on Monday night in the third round of the SCHSL Class AAA Lower State playoffs.
 
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United Gospel Youth of the Lowcountry celebrated its second annual Musical Extravaganza Feb. 3 at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Hardeeville...
 

SPORTS

In a dominant performance from start to finish, Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s girls — led by a relentless defense and the superlative play of all-state guard Que Drayton — defeated four-time defending state champion Bishop England 66-41 on Monday night in the third round of the SCHSL Class AAA Lower State playoffs.
 
Ridgeland-Hardeeville's girls host Bishop England 7 p.m. Monday in a SCHSL Class AAA Lower State semifinal.
 
 
Spurred by a swarming trapping defense, the offensive prowess of the Butler brothers and their depth, Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s boys beat visiting Dillon 72-59
 

OPINION

Now is our chance to see what all the fuss is about.
 
Please join me in congratulating Councilman John Carroll on his election to the position of Hardeeville mayor pro tempore for the year 2018.