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Bulldogs win four straight
Posted - 04-10-2014
The Marlboro County High baseball team built momentum for a strong finish to the season, ripping off four convincing wins in the last week. The streak was a continuation of the Bulldogs' play against region leaders Darlington and Hartsville. "Going into the Cheraw game, we were coming off losses to Darlington and Hartsville. However, we played well against those two," said coach Phillip Blue.
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Robert Ayers to join New York Giants
Posted - 04-03-2014
Robert Ayers is moving home. Well, sorta. The former Marlboro County High star football player yesterday signed a contract to play for the New York Giants. Ayers grew up in near-by Hudson County, New Jersey before moving to Clio at age 15. Much of Ayers' family is in the New York - New Jersey area. Ayers spent the first five years of his professional career with the Denver Broncos. He helped lead the team to the Super Bowl last season.
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Dragons end streak with win over Stallions
Posted - 04-03-2014
Marlboro Academy’s baseball team stopped a three game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over Williamsburg Academy Wednesday. The Dragons avenged a ten-run loss from Tuesday evening.
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Bulldogs get back-to-back region wins
Posted - 03-27-2014
When the Marlboro County baseball team has played in non-region games, they have been less than impressive. However, in Region 6 contests, the Bulldogs have put their best foot forward. After a Friday victory over Crestwood and a Tuesday win against Lakewood, the Bulldogs are 3-1 in region, just a game behind Darlington and Hartsville.
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Wind, Dillon overcome Bulldogs in opener
Posted - 03-14-2014
Marlboro County opened the soccer season Wednesday evening with a windblown match-up against Dillon. The Bulldogs suffered through a tough first ten minutes of play that led to a 5-0 defeat. With the strong breeze blowing towards their own goal in the first half, Marlboro struggled early to get the ball out of their defensive end. Dillon capitalized within the first two minutes with the first goal of the season.
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Dees leads PC to victory over Auburn
Posted - 03-06-2014
When a Southeastern Conference power like Auburn University schedules an early season out-of-conference series, they are usually looking to pad their win total. That might have been the plan when Auburn hosted Presbyterian College last weekend. However, the Tigers hadn't figured to have such a difficult time against the ace of the Blue Hose pitching staff, Marlboro County High alum Beau Dees.
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