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    • INSIDE PAGE DESIGN Daily 20,000 - 50,000 Division SECOND PLACE: Herald-Journal Todd Money
    • INSIDE PAGE DESIGN Daily 20,000 - 50,000 Division The Herald Section Sunday ● May 20, 2012 B LOCAL/STATE DEATHS ● 2B PEANUTS ● 6-7B TRADITIONS ● 8B Have a story or photo idea? COMMUNITY ● 10B Call 803-329-4038 or 803-329-4066 After 5 p.m.: 803 329-4008 + heraldonline.com Seventh annual COOLFestFIRST PLACE: JAMIE SELF - jself@heraldonline.com The Herald The Resolute Forest Products plant, formerly known as the Bowater plant, in Catawba. 4 burned at plant in Rebekah Lewis Catawba Three flown to burn units after malfunction, chemical leak chemical release. Some operations might have been temporarily halted, John- ston said, but she’s not sure to what extent operations were af- fected. Shortly after noon, the plant was operating, with vapor billowing from above the facility. Keystone Substance Abuse Services By Jamie Self ‘White liquor’ and Werner Family Chiropractic hosted jself@heraldonline.com The released chemical was so- CATAWBA — Four men suf- dium hydroxide, a “cooking the seventh annual COOLFest, presented fered chemical burns Saturday chemical” commonly referred to while working at the former Bo- as “white liquor,” Johnston said. by Bi-Lo, on Saturday in downtown Rock water paper plant. Johnston could not immedi- Three were flown to hospitals ately say the concentration of the Hill. The festival featured free exhibits, with specialized burn units, and chemical that resulted in burns to one was taken by ambulance to the workers. live music, giant inflatables, kid-friendly another hospital, said Debbie The chemical “cooks” the Johnston, director of U.S. public wood chips to break the fibers activities and fun zones. Events and affairs for Resolute Forest Prod- down for pulping, she said. ucts. Johnston said plant officials activities included Kinard Jugglers, Names of the workers and will review all operations and their conditions were not re- procedures and equipment in the Haydini the Magician, face-painting and leased by the company. area to try to make sure a similar York County dispatch received incident doesn’t happen again. safety courses. a call around 9 a.m. and respond- “It’s unusual for something At left, Josiah Williams, 7, top, and Ava ed to the Resolute plant, formerly like this to happen” at the plant, known as the AbitibiBowater said Cotton Howell, director of Gensemer, 3, ride in the Safe Kids of York plant in Catawba. York County emergency manage- The incident occurred about ment, “because they are so safe- County bike derby. At top right, children 8:30 a.m., Johnston said, and in- ty-conscious” and have a great house emergency workers imme- safety record. from Palmetto Children’s Academy dance diately responded and called for Safety and accident reports outside medical help. were unavailable Saturday. and sing for the crowd. Above, Preston All four workers were in the Johnston said the plant hasn’t wood pulping area of the plant. had an incident this “serious” in Bycura, 4, uses a hammer at The Home “The chemical that was re- at least two decades which in- leased was confined in the pulp- volved plant employees, she said. Depot Kids’ Workshop. ing area,” Johnston said, and did An explosion in 2000 resulted not affect the soil or water used at in the death of two contract weld- the facility. ers who were connecting pipes to ON THE WEB “As soon as they realized the an outdoor tank when it explod- chemical was being released,” ed, The Herald reported. Several See a photo gallery from COOLFest at: Johnston said, they stopped it. A other contract workers were in- malfunction caused the chemical jured. release, but exactly what hap- The blast was reported as the pened is not yet clear, she said. worst accident in the plant’s Officials at the plant, which then-40-year history. PHOTOS BY ANDY BURRISS employs 775 people, are working aburriss@heraldonline.com to determine the cause of the Jamie Self ● 803-329-4062 “The activists of this party should not be penalized because other states broke the rules.” Adam Piper, a delegate candidate for the Republican National Sweepstakes cafes in Richland Convention, regarding punishment for South Carolina’s decision to move up its primary date to maintain its first-in-the-South tradition 2 open, 3rd in works as S.C. LAW county officials scramble S.C. Republicans: to respond to what police The law requires machine-by-machine rulings on a game’s legality to keep hundreds of machines of the same type from being declared legal at once. Generally, the law says: call Internet gambling We’ll back Romney By Noelle Phillips ■ Police must seize a machine they think is illegal and take it to a magistrate’s court in the county where it was confiscated. ■ The judge must examine the machine and issue a ruling on its legality. in general election nophillips@thestate.com The first rule posted on the window of an Internet sweepstakes cafe on Two Notch Road says, “You are not gambling!” ■ Decisions can be appealed to circuit courts and, ultimately, to the S.C. Supreme Court, which could take years. By Gina Smith beville County who attended Satur- But the state’s top attorney and a senior law gnsmith@thestate.com day’s convention. enforcement official disagree. COLUMBIA — S.C. Republi- “If we don’t, the country goes “They’re illegal,” said Mark Keel, chief of the can Party Chairman Chad Connelly down the tubes.” State Law Enforcement Division. said it’s time to alter the party’s slo- Leading up to the January pri- At least three Internet sweepstakes cafes gan, “We Pick Presidents,” after the mary, many of the state’s Republi- have popped up in the past few weeks in Rich- state’s Republican voters defied a cans described Romney as “too es- land County. Two are open for business. One 32-year tradition in January’s pri- tablishment” and untrustworthy appears ready to open but does not have a busi- mary, choosing Newt Gingrich ov- because of his changing positions ness license. er now-presumptive nominee Mitt on issues ranging from health care The Internet sweepstakes cafes are not new Romney. reform to abortion. in South Carolina, nor are the business people “It’s a little asterisk in real small But now, they say he’s their only who for years have searched for loopholes in writing that says, ‘Most of the chance to defeat President Barack state gambling laws since video poker became time,’” teased Connelly during Sat- Obama, whose federal health care illegal in 2000. urday’s S.C. Republican conven- reform has Palmetto State Repub- However, the sweepstakes cafes now have tion in Columbia. licans angry. moved from the coastal counties into the Mid- Since 1980, S.C. Republican pri- “In South Carolina, it can be just lands. And they are proliferating because SLED mary voters have chosen the candi- as motivating to vote against some- doesn’t have the manpower to investigate all of date who went on to be the eventu- body as to vote for somebody,” said them, Keel said. al presidential nominee. Sen. Larry Grooms, R-Berkeley, The recent openings caught some Richland Connelly’s line garnered a who predicts conservative and in- County government officials off guard, setting chuckle from the crowd of nearly dependent voters will flock to the the stage for a showdown between the busi- 1,000 Republicans, several of polls to make Obama a one-term ness owners and county officials. whom acknowledge that Romney president. County Councilman Jim Manning said he wasn’t their first choice but say Republicans plan to help Rom- was not aware the sweepstakes cafes had they’ll back the former Massachu- ney in neighboring North Carolina, opened until a reporter called him. Now, Rich- setts governor in the November too. The party has pledged at least land County Council is set to discuss the cafes Jeff Blake/jblake@thestate.com election. 1,000 South Carolina volunteers to at its June 5 meeting, said Stephany Snowden, GW Technologies, an internet sweepstakes cafe at 6615 Two Notch Road, does not “We have to. It’s the only choice help Romney carry North Carolina the county’s spokeswoman. have a county business license. But it has computers inside and posters on the we have,” said Harry Stille, a for- windows advertising phone cards and sweepstakes. It is one of three sweepstakes + mer state House member from Ab- See REPUBLICANS ● 9B See SWEEPSTAKES ● 9B cafes that have put up signs in Richland County.
    • INSIDE PAGE DESIGN Daily Over 50,000 Division RECORDS MELT AS COLUMBIA HITS 109 AGAIN C olumbia hit 109 degrees briefly around 2:27 p.m. Satur- have to be confirmed Monday. day, tying the new all-time record high set Friday, accord- The current state record is 111, set in June 1954 in Camden. ing to the National Weather Service in Columbia. Today’s forecast calls for a high of 105, the weather service Friday may have been the hottest day ever recorded in state said, and there’s even a slight chance of rain late. Monday’s high history, the weather service said. Stations in Johnston in Edge- is expected to be about 101 degrees, Tuesday’s around 98. field County and on the University of South Carolina’s Columbia Online: View a photo gallery of heat across the East Coast, at campus reported 113 degrees. But those measurements will www.thestate.com — From Staff and Wire ReportsTHIRD PLACE: COLUMBIA SOUTH CAROLINA METRO SUNDAY, JULY 1, 2012 The State WWW.THESTATE.COM SECTION B Tracy Burlison ROB THOMPSON/RTHOMPSON@THESTATE.COM Whit and Sandi Cline hosted a party to watch the fireworks at Lake Murray on Saturday. T his Fourth of July cele- ly, there it was. INSIDE At Clines’, ‘the family bration is all about fire- works, friends and The crowd gathered expec- tantly on the front porch and Boom. Boom. Followed by a sharp whistling. “Oooh,” went the crowd. The sound was followed by more fireworks and more & ONLINE Some upcoming July 4 events, best view ever’ Page B2 yard of Whit and Sandi Cline’s laughter. house overlooking Lake Mur- “I like the ones that have dif- More photos from ray on Saturday night. ferent layers to them,” Felicia Lake Murray, with They pulled up chairs, Smithey said. It was the first this story online at By MINDY LUCAS mlucas@thestate.com nursed cold drinks and waited for the telltale sound. Sudden- SEE FIREWORKS PAGE B6 thestate.com RECYCLING PLANT FIRE Film offers glimpse of homegrown heroism By CAROLYN CLICK cclick@thestate.com the Netherlands. Burriss and his comrades in the 82nd Airborne Cayce water use restricted Division had made a harrowing There is a defining moment in crossing of the Waal River, endur- the ETV documentary on World ing hellacious gunfire from Ger- War II veteran T. Moffatt Burriss man soldiers and losing many when the almost 90-year-old Bur- men. riss comes face to face with his The Allies had planned to take old British antagonist, Capt. Lord all the bridges in the Netherlands Peter Carrington. under a plan called Operation TIM DOMINICK/TDOMINICK@THESTATE.COM Runoff into the Congaree River from The two had met more than six Market Garden. It was supposed T. Moffatt Burriss decades earlier in September participated in the largest the fire scene prompted the action 1944 on the bridge at Nijmegen in SEE BURRISS PAGE B2 airborne assault in history. By RACHAEL ONLINE MYERS LOWE Find a photo gallery with rlowe@thestate.com this story online at thestate.com. ONE YEAR LATER The city of Cayce on Sat- urday imposed a mandato- Residents accept e-recycling ry restriction on water use getting some of their water after runoff from the fire- from West Columbia, fighting activities at a Cay- through connections be- ce plastics recycling plant tween the two cities’ water By TIM FLACH bage haulers no longer pick up reached the Congaree Riv- supply systems. and DAWN HINSHAW those large items when they’re er, city officials said. But Cayce water cus- tflach@thestate.com, dhinshaw@thestate.com set out with rollcarts. The city stopped pulling tomers are being asked to But most residents have been water from the river until it refrain from any outdoor In the past year, Richland and diligent about saving their old could be determined uses, including watering Lexington county residents have electronics to take to drop-off whether the runoff posed a lawns and washing vehi- gone out of their way to recycle centers and daylong recycling health threat. cles, to ensure there is suf- computers, TVs and other elec- events, officials in Lexington and There were no restric- ficient water for all custom- tronic waste, officials said. Richland County say. tions on drinking water, ac- ers, the Cayce Department The state banned e-waste from cording to city officials. landfills a year ago, so local gar- SEE E-RECYCLE PAGE B5 Water customers will start SEE CAYCE PAGE B5 Vindetta Catoe, Camden Nathaniel "Bud" Hand, Columbia Rovenia Langley, North Beverley Rivers, Blythewood Edith Collins, Denmark William Heath Jr., Columbia Mary Lee, Martin Roy Bouknight, Lexington Charles Corley, Columbia Lennard Jack, Columbia Amanda Moore, Gadsden John Sanders Jr., Camden Carole Covell, Lexington Alice Jones, Lexington Eilene Nascedka, Columbia Lynwood Stuck, White Rock Sarah Davis, Lexington Charles Jones, Swansea James Rector, West Columbia Gerald Haddock, Orangeburg Gordon Jordan Sr., Batesburg Rose Reed, Columbia John Haller, Columbia Jason Ladd, Irmo Lois Rimer, Blythewood
    • INSIDE PAGE DESIGN Daily Over 50,000 Division A4 SUNDAY, JULY 1, 2012 ● WWW.THESTATE.COM ● THE STATE, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA S.C. GUARDSMEN HONORED, BURIEDSECOND PLACE: The State Kelly Cobb People from all walks of life line U.S. 378 in Lexington on Saturday, paying their respects as Ryan Rawl’s horse-drawn caisson passes by. MICHAEL BERGEN/MICHAEL@CMICHAELBERGEN.COM FUNERALS FROM PAGE A1 and their families. In Lexington, hundreds of peo- ple stood shoulder to shoulder on a mile-long stretch of U.S. 378 to watch Rawl’s procession from the funeral home to Saxe Gotha Pres- byterian Church. Rawl’s casket was carried in a caisson pulled by two white horses, and his family and an Army honor guard walked behind it. Seventy-five Richland County Sheriff’s deputies who worked with Rawl led the procession. People from all walks of life watched as the caisson passed, and they gathered along the 23-mile MICHAEL BERGEN/MICHAEL@CMICHAELBERGEN.COM route from the church to the Pelion Rawl’s mourners included more than 200 from the Richland cemetery where he was buried. County Sheriff’s Department, where Rawl worked since 2005. ROB THOMPSON/RTHOMPSON@THESTATE.COM There were coffee baristas, veter- Meador was buried at Fort ans, mechanics, Boy Scouts, base- Jackson National Cemetery. ball players and housewives. An football at Lexington High, where desk to pose for a picture. He electrical crew used two cherry he graduated in 2000. He graduat- would hide copies of the picture for pickers to form a flag-draped arch ed in 2004 from The Citadel, where her to find. He also posed for a over S.C. 6 outside Red Bank. he served on the Honor Court, a picture while riding a minibike in Louise Parker, Linda Scott, June Maranville and Jane Bennett lined group of students tasked with up- uniform on Super Bowl Sunday THIRD S.C. GUARD holding the school’s honor code. when he was supposed to be work- up just after 8 a.m. for Rawl’s pro- Sheriff Leon Lott remembered ing. FUNERAL TODAY cession. Parker and Scott knew the Rawl as a rookie deputy, trying his “Lucky for Rawl, photos of these The third S.C. Guard Rawl family. Maranville came be- hardest to look like a tough and mischievous deeds are just becom- soldier killed in the June cause Rawl went to The Citadel, serious cop while having his pic- ing public and I never found out where her son also graduated. 20 attack in Afghanistan, ture taken his first day on the job. about it,” Lott said, drawing laugh- Bennett is Maranville’s mother. Rawl had to fight off his smile, ter from the audience.. Sgt. 1st Class Matthew “I’m representing my son,” Ma- Bradford Thomas, 30, of which came more natural than a Lott described Rawl as a great ranville said. “He couldn’t be here, Easley, will be buried stern look, Lott said. deputy and a great soldier. but he called to make sure I was today. After spending several years as a “Rawl was one of us and he will going to be here.” road deputy, Rawl asked to serve always be one of us,” he said. Services are 2:30 p.m. The women were torn over miss- ing Meador’s funeral, which was as a school resource officer be- Jae Mattox, one of Rawl’s Cita- at Rock Springs Baptist cause he wanted to help children del classmates, remembered the Church in Easley. Burial taking place less than 10 miles and have a more stable schedule hot summer day the two met when with full military honors away on St. Andrews Road. for his growing family, which in- they reported to campus as will follow in Nine Forks “We wish we could all be in Irmo cluded his wife, Katherine, daugh- freshmen. at the same time because J.D. grad- Baptist Church cemetery. uated from Lexington also,” Scott ter, Callie, and son, Caleb. “He was one of only two who Rawl had a mischievous side, Flags across the state said. were actually excited to be there,” too, Lott said. He once sneaked Mattox said. are to remain at half Before the procession, Bennett staff. asked Parker and Scott if they into his captain’s office, sat in her needed flags. chair and propped his feet on her SEE FUNERALS PAGE A5 Scott, who was holding an Amer- ican flag on a wooden pole, replied, “No, I just need Kleenex.” Patriot Guard motorcycle riders escorted both motorcades to their cemeteries. “It’s important that all of us are here to show the family that their sacrifice was not in vain, that the American people appreciate what they have contributed to the de- fense of the nation,” said L.Z. Har- rison, a Patriot Guard captain from Columbia, who rode with Meador’s motorcade. ‘HE WILL ALWAYS BE ONE OF US’ A crowd filled the Saxe Gotha church until people were standing along the walls and more were being directed to the church gym to watch the service for Rawl on a video screen. More than 200 Richland County sheriff’s deputies joined scores of men and women in military uni- forms. U.S. Sen. Lindsay Graham and U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson also stood in the sanctuary. Rawl, 30, had worked at the sheriff’s department since 2005, MICHAEL BERGEN/MICHAEL@CMICHAELBERGEN.COM and he joined the National Guard Rawl’s roommate from the Citadel, Ryan Theriot, pays his last respects to his friend Saturday in in 2006. He wrestled and played Pelion. ‘Everything he did, he did with his whole heart,’ Theriot said.
    • INSIDE PAGE DESIGN Daily Over 50,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: C. MICHAEL BERGEN/MBERGEN@THESTATE.COM Rusty Myers, from Charleston, enjoys a gelato at the fifth annual Italian The State Festival. It was his second year attending with the Castra Romana (Roman Centurions) group. ‘They love us out here,’ said Myers. ‘We’re rock stars!’ Tracy Burlison C. MICHAEL BERGEN/MBERGEN@THESTATE.COM Dimitiras Chestnut, 9, tries his first oyster at Viva la Vista. He said he liked it and was ready for more. ‘He eats anything!’ his mother said. JEFF BLAKE/JBLAKE@THESTATE.COM Runners race down Sumter Street to start the annual Dr. Andrew Sorensen Bow Tie Memorial Run 2012. Runners wore bow ties in honor of the late University of South Carolina president. SUPER SATURDAY Residents flock to festivals for food, fun and community spirit By MINDY LUCAS this in Columbia – maybe ers. Quentin Gayten was mlucas@thestate.com not all on the same day.” home from college in Mis- Ciao, baby! Over at Colum- sissippi, where he’s a line- From lower Richland bia’s fifth annual Italian backer for the Delta State County to Lake Murray, Festival on Main Street, the football team, when he people from across the Mid- crowd showed geographic heard about the voter regis- C. MICHAEL BERGEN/MBERGEN@THESTATE.COM lands – and beyond – ven- diversity. tration drive at Big T’s Bar- Giovanni Thomas, 8, went to the Italian Festival which was free to the ROB THOMPSON/THE STATE tured out Saturday in search Linda Washington, 53, B-Que in lower Richland public and featured live music, dance performances and games such as The grand marshal of the Okra Strut parade is Okra Man, one of the most of a good time, food and a bocce, an Italian favorite. visible symbols of Irmo’s annual Okra Strut. who moved to the Capital County. little civic interaction. City a year ago from Los He stopped by the Gar- The fun parked tens of ners Ferry Road restaurant Angeles, was with her friend thousands of people in Irmo, Mary Goddell, 42, who for a bite to eat before filling onto USC’s campus and Five moved here two months ago out a registration form. Points, on Rosewood Drive, from Grand Rapids, Mich. Manager Greg Brown’s on Columbia’s Main Street C. MICHAEL BERGEN/MBERGEN@THESTATE.COM Both were drawn to the goal? Get more young peo- and in the Vista on a day The Whiskey Tango Review was one of 18 local bands that performed at Viva la Vista while visitors sampled authentic food, which they ple to the polls. filled with festivals. the food from local restaurants. missed from “back home.” Bow ties on display. There Feelin’ artsy on Rosewood. Also enjoying the cuisine? was no shortage of bow ties For arts and crafts lovers, One cool parade. Near the Afternoon crowds at the fifth Michael Smyth, who’s new at the second annual Bow Columbia’s Rosewood Arts shores of Lake Murray, life annual Viva La Vista strolled in town from Provo, Utah. Tie Run that started at Festival was the place to be. in the town of Irmo uncoiled the retail, arts and entertain- The 28-year-old took a job USC’s Horseshoe. About 250 Visual artists sold their along St. Andrews Road in ment district as a jazz group four months ago at the Ama- runners turned out for the wares, while performers the annual Okra Strut pa- played on one of several zon plant near Cayce and 5K that honors the memory provided a festive backdrop. rade and festival. Politicians, stages. City residents Chad was out with friends Satur- of Andrew Sorensen. USC’s “This is nice,” said Cathy beauty queens and bands and Christen Jones were day, exploring. 27th president, Sorensen Abrams, who was playing marched along as people drawn to the event along Spotted: A T-shirt that was known for his colorful host to her brother, Tim lined the streets. with their 2-year-old daugh- said, “You bet your bocce neckwear and his work for Fincham, of Norfolk, Va. The “Isn’t this the coolest pa- ter, Paige. balls I’m Italian” and four Big Brothers Big Sisters, two were out looking for rade ever?” Terry Rhodes “It’s the opportunity to try sisters originally from which the run helps support. some fun. “We heard it was asked his 2½-year-old a bunch of different food Abruzzo, Italy, who came in Spotted: Six-month-old going to be a big weekend.” Burns Williams, wearing a granddaughter Macie. “She and hear a bunch of differ- from Atlanta just for the tuxedo tie, and a half-dozen hasn’t stopped waving.” ent music,” said Chad Jones. festival. Contributing: Clif LeBlanc bow tie-wearing pooches. Food, music and more. “... We should do more of Reaching out to young vot- and Andy Shain JEFF BLAKE/JBLAKE@THESTATE.COM Sporting a bow tie, Doc sits at attention before participating in the Sorensen Bow Tie Memorial Run 2012. The event helps support Big Brothers C. MICHAEL BERGEN/MBERGEN@THESTATE.COM USC student Kristen Banks won the grape-stomping contest at Columbia’s fifth annual Italian Festival MORE ONLINE: See if you were caught having a good time in one of our hundreds of photos from Super Big Sisters. on Saturday on Main Street. ‘Three minutes of stomping! It was tiring, but fun,’ Banks said. Saturday, online at thestate.com. Want the moment to last? All images are available for purchase. Charles Bradshaw, Georgetown Sarah Holloway, Batesburg Alex Powlas, Little Mountain Christopher Wells, Columbia Rose Brazell, Gaston Venson Jamison, Neeses Eula Ringo, Gaston Lynda West, Lancaster Frank Dunlap Sr., Hopkins Michael & Thelma King, Mt. Pleasant Dawnyelle Sharp, Columbia Sallie Williams, Columbia Lawrence Epps, Lexington Sidney Neely, Columbia Elliott Smith Sr., Columbia Branan Yarborough, Columbia Jacquelin Fersner, Orangeburg Robert Newsom III, Chesterfield Charles Staples, Ridgeway Adrienne Flanders, Gaston Barbara Owens, Chapin Ralph Thompson Jr., Kingstree
    • FEATURE PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE: Index-Journal WEDNESDAY MONDAY 6A August 15, 2012 Taste Accent 7A June 18, 2012 Fresh Finding FARMERS MARKET MONTH peaches — IT’S IMPORTANT a positive message now and later in Tan Mom’s story Nathan Christophel I recently watched one of the O vendors at a nearby farmers K, so she tans. Enough so she looks market selling peaches. Cus- like a wood-fired pizza crust. tomers were coming to her in a All the hoopla surrounding New steady stream. Jersey’s Toast of the Town, Patricia Krentcil, It’s easy to understand why cus- who’s facing child endangerment charges for tomers were flocking to the peach supposedly allowing her tot to tan with her, is stand. Fresh peaches, those with the at least bringing the real issue to the table. intense and heavy aroma, practical- And that is tanning beds are not safer than ly sell themselves. I’ve eaten plenty the sun and can cause skin cancers as deadly of them myself this summer. as melanoma. The Mayo Clinic said the skin The thing about fresh local doesn’t care whether the UVA rays come from peaches is they are only available the sun or salons. It’s all pretty much an equal during the warm weather months. deal when it comes to skin cancer. So if you crave that The American Melanoma Foundation has peachy flavor, get reported melanoma is the second most com- it now. mon cancer among 15- to 29-year-olds, and There are ways, blames the increase on teenagers’ use of tan- however, to cap- ning beds. ture that flavor and The foundation cautioned melanoma is enjoy it all year behind 75 percent of skin cancer deaths. long. Freezing the Uh, isn’t that enough to scare all Caspers peaches is one easy from flooding the hot globes of ultraviolet option. Canning light? is another. These AROUND Or is looking all pumpkin- hued in those prom dresses or processes take THE TABLE bikinis too tempting to seek a just a few hours (or less), require RHONDA MATTHEWS better way to go for the gold? COLUMNIST As an alternative to wor- minimal (if any) equipment and the shipping the sun or tanning payoff is maximum flavor. beds, I highly recommend JOSEPH SITARZ | INDEX-JOURNAL Here are the easy 1-2-3’s of freez- Jergen’s Natural Glow or even Vendor Bobby Smith, left, helps customer Tommy Burton on Saturday at Greenwood Farmers Market. Smith, who farms about 7 acres in ing peaches: PHOTOS BY MATT WALSH | INDEX-JOURNAL opting for a spray tan. Dip fruit in boiling water for ABOVE: Laura Alfonso holds her daughter, Lilie, up in the water at Lake Greenwood. Her daughter doesn’t know how to swim, so she Too much sun will give you SIMPLY Due West, has sold at the Greenwood market for about 15 years. Burton regularly stops at Smith’s table when he’s at the market. 30 to 60 seconds to loosen skins. keeps her in the shallow areas of the lake. BELOW: Lilie Alfonso enjoys the water at Lake Greenwood State Park with her family. cancer. And so will overdoing SUSAN it in the tanning bed. Duh. FRESH&FINE Remove skins and pits. SUSAN REINHARDT Slice fruit to desired size. It will also make you look COLUMNIST To decrease fruit darkening, older than a horse saddle sprinkle each quart of prepared from the Wild West days. fruit with a mixture of 750 mg Take a good gander at Tan Mom, who visits ascorbic acid (crushed vitamin C her salon 20 times a week. She’s only in her tablets) mixed with 3 tablespoons 40s, but appears to be at least 65. Her face is water. Or, use commercial anti- fried darker than my late Granny’s chicken. darkening agent such as Fruit Reality check. A tan from the great orb or Fresh, if desired. the hot booths doesn’t cover wrinkles. It cre- To each quart of treated ates them. And some nice beef-jerky-like skin peaches, add 2/3 cup sugar and mix as a side dish. I know it’s tempting. The lure for that Lakelands area farmers markets doing well this season well. Allow to stand briefly for juices to accumulate. “healthy” radiance, that topaz, goddessy feel- ing. When I was younger, I tried tanning beds a few times and felt as if I were in a coffin. I Pack peaches into freezer By JOSEPH SITARZ Smith comes from Due West also got a wicked burn and never went back. Did you know? proof containers, label and freeze at to sell at the Greenwood farmers My best friend is now an SPF 500 and lots of jsitarz@indexjournal.com 0 degrees. The number of farmers markets in the United States increased by market. He owns 55 acres and Oil of Olay. SAFETY Want to can peaches? Here’s how: V egetables and 170 percent since 2000. farms about 7 acres. The retired If you ask me, which you didn’t, Tan Mom’s Remove peach skins as fruits have There are now more than 7,800 markets listed in the USDA directory, educator sells both days in Green- addictions are really no worse than a cig habit, described above. been the stars while there were just more than 2,800 in 2000. wood with the help of James over-drinking or hitting the all-you-can-eat Remove pits, slice peaches in at farmers There are farmers markets in Greenwood, Abbeville, McCormick and Elmore. buffets until the wait staff has to cut you off by halves or slices and add to anti- markets in the Ninety Six with market kiosks in Greenwood and Ninety Six. Vendors at the farmers markets wielding a spatula. darkening solution of 3,000 mg Greenwood are supposed to grow 50 percent If Tan Mom wants a face like Babe Ruth’s ascorbic acid (crushed vitamin C area this summer. One vendor of what they sell, which Smith baseball glove, it’s her business. As long as she FIRST dors at the Greenwood Farm- lished by the USDA in 2000. The tablets) and 1 gallon water. Or, use had bright red tomatoes lined exceeds. leaves the kids out of it. ers Market have been inside and governor decided to extend it to commercial anti-darkening agent, up next to green, red and yellow “I overdo it,” Smith said, noting Sure it’s ugly. But it is her right. Which is outside the market building well a month because of expanding if desired. peppers. Corn, still in its green he has about 3 1/2 acres of corn why I’m sort of surprised her local tanning before the 7 p.m. opening and opportunities for communities in Remove peaches from anti- husks, was piled up in clear plastic and about 11 rows of okra as long booths are banning her as if a drunk in local have braved some blustery and the state to showcase markets. darkening solution and pack into containers. as the farmers market building. bars. wet weather lately. In a press release announcing hot canning jars, leaving half-inch Another vendor had stripped When shopping farmers mar- Speaking of drunks, if you’ve ever heard her Rain early Saturday morning at the proclamation, South Carolina headspace. green watermelons sharing kets, people are expecting fresh on video, you’d swear she slurs like an ad for the Greenwood market had some Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Fill jars with hot liquid (water space with goods. oxycodone overdose. Forget the crispy critter of the outside vendors inside for Weathers said, “There is nothing or apple juice or white grape juice) flesh-colored “They know that when they appearance, and instead, someone check out a while. Besides the veggies and fresher or nothing finer than the to half-inch from top. cantaloupes on come in here, they can get good her medicine cabinet. fruits, homemade goat milk soap, produce grown right here in South Remove air bubbles. the back of his pickup truck. Huge peaches sit in a variety beef, peanuts, flowers, honey and shrimp were available at the mar- ket Saturday. Carolina. Shopping at one of our many farmers markets makes it easy to have the state’s very best, while stuff and fresh stuff,” Smith said. Smith doesn’t go into grocery stores too often, but did venture into one recently. He said some Wipe jar rims. Adjust lids. Process pint jars 25 minutes or quart jars 30 minutes in a boiling Summer is a great time Here’s the good that’s come from Tan Mom’s explosive exposure. Teen girls are beginning to pledge against tanning. Seniors at First Baptist Academy in Dallas In spite of the weather, there supporting your local farmers.” JAMES HODGES of colored bas- kets. Yet another vendor had a were more than 1,000 visitors Sat- urday to the Greenwood Farmers Market. Farmers Market manager Among the shoppers Saturday was Tommy Burton, who is loyal to the farmers market and usu- of the produce looked awful and like it had been on the shelf a long time. water bath canner. Insiders Hint: If you don’t have a boiling water bath canner, don’t to be in and on the water discussed with the media how they were shun- ning bronzed bods prior to their proms. The pledge was created, according to the Daily Mail in London, to educate others about “They’re looking for good worry. A large stockpot is fine if it — just be prepared Newton O’Dell said there are ally on the hunt for homegrown the use of tanning beds and cancer risks. green rainbow featuring collards, usually between 1,000 and 1,200 tomatoes. stuff,” Smith said, who also farms meets these criteria: okra, peas, cabbage, cucumbers, The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and visitors Saturdays and 450 to 600 “The produce is great,” said cucumbers, tomatoes, squash and It is deep enough to hold jars turnip greens and squash. Prevention noted indoor tanning has been visitors Wednesday. Burton, who is a retired railroad watermelon. when covered by 1 to 2 inches of associated with skin and eye cancers. “I do it because I like it. I don’t South Carolina Gov. Nikki worker and regular at Smith’s “You can look at my squash,” water plus another 1 to 2 inches of Now, I know there are a lot of tanning salons have to,” said Bobby Smith, who Haley recently proclaimed August table. “I bought peas and sweet Smith added, pointing to a basket empty space at the top of the pot to around this area, and some people use them has been a vendor at the Green- as Farmers Market Month in potatoes today. It’s customary. He full of squash on his table. “See allow for a vigorous boil. in moderation. So no need to slam me with wood Farmers Market for about the state. South Carolina already always has good peas. I bought the green stems. They were picked It has a lid. emails about how safe and wonderful your 15 years. “I just like to do it. I celebrates National Farmers Mar- three bags from him today.” yesterday at about 1 o’clock. They It has a rack in the bottom to By CASSIE COPE community pools, backyard pools, lakes, at idle speed for the safety of swimmers, booths are, you hear? came up on a farm. My daddy ket Week, which was Aug. 6-10. allow water to circulate on all sides intern@indexjournal.com rivers and oceans. said Stephen Taylor with the South Caro- See FRESH, page 8A As earlier stated, when a freak hits the news was a big farmer. I guess it’s in my The state has celebrated National (including the bottom) of the jars. One lake swimmer, Laura Alfonso, lina Department of Natural Resources. and goes viral, something positive can come P blood.” Farmers Market Week since A cake rack is suitable if it fits in the ool and lake activities enjoys Greenwood State Park with her Also, for the safety of lakegoers, it is of it. I’m just wondering what decent change The ven- it was estab- pot securely. Or, a rack fashioned of increase during the summer family. illegal to ski or operate personal water can come from Octomom (whom I now call canning jar rings tied together with months, making water safety Alfonso said she keeps her daughter, crafts after dark. PornoMom), who’s been stripping down and sandwich bread twist ties is a good even more essential. Lilie, who doesn’t know how to swim, in If someone falls off while skiing or shooting some X-rated movies with Wicked substitute. “It’s important because we the shallow areas of the lake. operating a personal water craft at night, Pictures, saying she’s loving it and doing it to Grab a friend to help out and have so many drownings a year, not only Robert Broome, a park ranger, moni- he or she won’t be seen and could be hit, put a roof over her 144 children’s heads. invest an afternoon in putting up in South Carolina but across the United tors swimmers and ensures they follow Taylor said. Ghostly white and with lips like Ball Park peaches. This winter, when you States,” said Mandy Webb, aquatics direc- the rules. Debris, which is common in the water Franks, Octomom had the nerve to suggest have peaches for dessert, you sure tor at the Greenwood Family YMCA. There are not any lifeguards on duty after storms, also poses a risk to swim- Tan Mom take some parenting classes. will be glad you spent a single About 10 people die from uninten- at the park, so if people decide to swim, mers and boaters, Taylor said. ’Scuse me, but when a mom exhibits some afternoon’s effort on that incredible tional drownings every day, according they are doing so at their own risk, Webb advised avoiding brush areas “self pleasure” porno for a “living,” it’s sort of a flavor. to statistics from the Centers for Disease Broome said. because animals such as snakes and fish double standard to fuss at another mother for Feel free to contact me at Rhon- Control and Prevention. The park rangers try to keep swim- live near them. toasting her birthday suit — instead of baring it. da@clemson.edu or phone your The CDC said common causes for mers away from boat ramps and fishing She also recommended testing the One source said Octomom exclaimed after local Extension Office with canning drowning include lack of swimming abil- piers. In addition, no diving is allowed in depths of the water with a long stick or the shoot she’d never felt so beautiful and sexy. and food preservation questions. ity, lack of close supervision and failure the lake. some other device before swimming. This is just too gross to ponder. to wear life jackets. “A lot of the water is shallow,” Broome Lake Management Director Julie Davis And even sicker than Tan Mom’s obsession “No matter how old you are, it’s never said. “We do not want anybody getting encouraged people to learn how to swim. with anything that will grill her like a charred Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables available at Lakelands area farmers markets too late to learn how to swim,” Webb said. hurt.” Webb does not recommend diving at “If you don’t know how to swim, make sure that you have a life jacket,” Davis T-bone. Now, as for you ladies (and gents) wanting This time of year is opportune for all unless it is instructional and coached. said. that sun-kissed skin, please sample the variety Expected this week at Lakelands healthier breads and sweets, boiled Program vouchers, WIC vouch- — 9 a.m.-6 p.m, Mondays, Tues- book.com/uptowngreenwood. swimming lessons, Webb added, and the “Never, never dive,” she said. Toys that float, such as noodles or of over-the-counter bronzing products or try area farmers markets are: blackber- peanuts, honey, jams and jellies, ers and EBT/SNAP, but programs days, Wednesdays and Fridays at the ABBEVILLE — 4-8 p.m. Thurs- YMCA starts getting children familiar Lakes pose more dangers than pools inner-tubes, do not replace life jackets, spray tanning. It just might save some lives. ries, beets, corn, cabbage, collards, grass-fed beef, baked goods, shrimp, accepted might vary by location. Uptown Market stands on Maxwell days and 7 a.m.-noon Fridays, in the with the water when they are 6 months because of the larger setting and lack of according to the CDC, and they are not green beans, egg plant, okra, pep- natural soaps and cut flower arrange- GREENWOOD — 7 a.m.- Avenue. The stands are across from renovated Livery Stable at 118 Trinity old, and instructs people no matter their visibility in the water, Webb said. designed to keep swimmers safe. Reinhardt can be reached at www.susanre- pers, peas, pears, potatoes, onions, ments in vases. noon Wednesdays and Saturdays, The Mill House brick oven pizza res- St., located just off town square. age — even into adulthood. The park’s biggest swimming areas are “We just ask everybody to be safe on inhardt.com or susan@susanreinhardt.com. squash, tomatoes, turnips, turnip Market selection might vary by through Oct. 27, in the Farmers taurant. A calendar for the stands NINETY SIX — 8 a.m.-noon The YMCA teaches water safety for no-wake zones where boats must travel the water,” Taylor said. Views expressed in this column are those of the greens, plums, peaches, cantaloupes location. Market building near the Green- can be found online at: uptown- Thursdays from June through writer only and do not represent the newspaper’s and watermelons. Many market locations accept wood Civic Center. greenwood.com. Market happenings August at the Ninety Six Depot park- opinion. Also anticipated are cakes, pies, Senior Farmers Market Nutrition UPTOWN GREENWOOD also can be followed at www.face- ing lot.
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    • FEATURE PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: Index-Journal Scott J. Bryan 6A December 27, 2011 Accent TUESDAY INSIDE Ninety Six Primary celebrates veterans 4D Campus D Year in Review D Sunday, December 4, 2011 Sunday, December 25, 2011 Typing up a storm: Todd enjoys new profession Allscripts class that preps students to “I just love opening people’s eyes to patient medical records solely on the Piedmont Tech instructor departed use electronic medical records. new areas. A lot of my students taking computer. Before she start- these classes, some of them are older Before she could teach the Allscripts office manager position for education ed working at Pied- mont Tech, Todd students who have been in the job market and have been laid off. They class, Todd had to take a five-week training course in North Carolina. By MICHELLE LAXER keyboarding instructor. She started didn’t have any are learning a new skill to better mar- When she was done, she was certified mlaxer@indexjournal.com teaching the medical receptionist class formal teaching ket themselves in today’s job market. to teach all levels — from beginner in 2007 and has taught the class ever experience aside Some of them are fresh out of high to advanced — of the class. Todd is With more than 20 years of her since. from training other school and trying to learn a skill and now the go-to person for Allscripts on career working in medical offices, “It’s not something that I really people at work. But get a job,” she said. Piedmont Tech’s campus. Lori Todd never thought she’d get into thought about at all until the oppor- she said she enjoys Her medical receptionist class cov- She said learning about these pro- teaching. tunity came up,” Todd said. “I’ve been LORI training and teach- ers everything from customer service grams and being able to teach them But in 2006, she left her current job very grateful for it. It turned into TODD ing because she and general people skills to making is important to her and her students. as a physician’s office manager and something I absolutely love.” likes the way her appointments and filing insurance Todd said she likes knowing she’s joined Piedmont Technical College’s In addition to teaching the medical students light up when they see just information. In the Allscripts class, continuing education staff as a basic receptionist class, Todd teaches the how much a computer can do. she teaches students how to work with See TODD, page 2D WARE SHOALS PRIMARY SCHOOL PHOTOS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS Deer roam on the roadside at FBI Academy’s driving range, a facility used to train FBI drivers in Quantico, Va. NO FEAR DEER FBI shooting range is popular wildlife hangout Associated Press accidentally. “It’s like they think, ‘We’ve pushed the QUANTICO, Va. limit for this far, and all our generations PHOTOS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS | FILE C all it a playground for Bambi have pushed the limit for this far,’” Boyle and G-Men, where imaginary said. “They’re just so docile around here. A tsunami floods over the breakwater protecting the coastal city of Miyako after northeastern Japan was hit by a powerful earthquake. The 9.0-magnitude criminals are hunted and deer They don’t know what a gun is.” earthquake and subsequent tsunamis left nearly 20,000 people dead or missing. The disaster in Japan and the capture and death of Osama bin Laden were are the spectators. The Virginia Department of Game many of the major stories in the world in 2011. The 547-acre FBI Academy, where and Inland Fisheries does not keep some of the nation’s best marksmen fire direct tabs on the deer population at INTERNATIONAL off more than 1 million bullets every the FBI academy, but a spokeswoman GRANT FOR GREEN month, happens to be one of the safest said statewide the deer population has places for deer during hunting season. remained about the same during the The property on the Marine Corps past decade, partly because of regulated base in Quantico, Va., is home to some hunting. Licensed deer hunters are of the FBI’s most elite forces and train- allowed on parts of the Marine Corps ing programs as well as a de facto wild- base but not at the academy where the INTRIGUE life refuge where deer, fox, wild turkeys, FBI does not hunt its animals. Osama bin Laden’s death, groundhogs and vultures roam fearless At the FBI Academy, the deer have Ware Shoals Primary and free. In recent years, a black bear was spot- Deer roam atop a berm surrounding the shooting range Dec. 19 at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va. even become part of the training in some of the driving courses, said Tim School bolsters recycling program School special needs Japan’s earthquake top ted running across a parking lot, and a Moles, the supervisory special agent By ERIN OWENS So this year, Crockett, pre- teacher Kristin Gilbert list of stories in 2011 groundhog cornered an FBI agent com- who oversees the Tactical and Emer- will start working ing out of the cafeteria, hoping to score The most common furry friends on tailed deer did not flinch. gency Vehicle Operations Center, where eowens@indexjournal.com viously assistant principal at on the school’s new some human food, FBI spokesman the sprawling campus some 30 miles “They’re pretty immune to the recruits learn to avoid crashing their the high school, applied for a Recycling Troopers Associated Press The international flavor of JAPAN’S TRIPLE DISASTER: Kurt Crawford said. Turkey vultures are outside Washington are the deer, a sound,” said Sean Boyle, supervisory cars and conduct surveillance without WARE SHOALS Palmetto Pride grant to start up these top stories contrasted program and Carolina A 9.0-magnitude earthquake A fter seeing the a recycling program at the pri- T often seen perched atop the 500,000- regular at the shooting ranges, driving special agent bomb technician and being spotted. The deer are convenient Fence Garden with her he killing of Osama with last year’s voting — when off Japan’s northeast coast in square-foot national crime lab where courses and physical training trails. principal firearms instructor for the when recruits learn to avoid collisions, success of the mary school, and in October, bin Laden during a raid class in January. The the Gulf of Mexico oil spill was March unleashed a tsunami that the FBI analyzes evidence, including the On a December afternoon, deer Critical Incident Response Group based Moles said. “There’s times when it seems Ware Shoals the school received $5,000. by Navy SEALs on his projects are being the top story, President Barack devastated scores of communi- remains of the former al-Qaida leader grazed above one of the academy’s 16 at the academy. The deer typically graze like they’re playing chicken with us,” Junior High “We were really excited to hideout in Pakistan was made possible by Obama’s health care overhaul was ties, leaving nearly 20,000 people in Iraq. practice shooting ranges. They stood on top of the berm, about 15 feet away Moles said. “We respect them because School’s recy- receive a Palmetto Pride grant,” the top news story of a $5,000 Palmetto No. 2, and the U.S. midterm elec- dead or missing and wreaking an The wild animals are as much a fix- just 15 feet away from the paper targets. from the targets and rarely go directly they can do damage. We’d rather avoid cling program last year, new Crockett said. “Palmetto Pride 2011, followed by Japan’s earth- Pride Grant the school tions were No. 3. estimated $218 billion in damage. ture at the academy as the hostage res- all deer stories in this end of the acad- Ware Shoals Primary School has given us the funds to be quake/tsunami/meltdown disas- Nearby, shots popped loudly from a in the line of fire. Boyle said he doesn’t Here are 2011’s top 10 stories, The tsunami triggered the worst cue team and criminal profilers. Colt M4 Carbine rifle, and the white- recall an instance where a deer was shot emy.” Principal Dan Crockett wanted able to incorporate those things received last month. ter, according to the Associated in order: nuclear crisis since Chernobyl to introduce the younger chil- that we wished we could do, Press’ annual poll of U.S. editors PHOTOS BY ERIN OWENS | OSAMA BIN LADEN’S DEATH: after waves knocked out the cool- dren to more environmentally INDEX-JOURNAL and news directors. He’d been the world’s most- ing system at a nuclear power friendly practices as well. See GREEN, page 2D The death of bin Laden, the al- wanted terrorist for nearly a plant, causing it to spew radiation Qaida leader who masterminded decade, ever since a team of his that turned up in local produce. An outdoor space in the center of Ware Shoals Primary School will be turned into a Carolina Fence Garden next month by special needs teacher Kristin Gilbert and the Sept. 11 terror attacks, al-Qaida followers carried out the About 100,000 people evacuated her students. The garden will include a water feature, walking path, split rail fence and about 30 native South Carolina plants. received 128 first-place votes out attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. In May, from the area have not returned to of 247 ballots cast for the top 10 the long and often-frustrating their homes. stories. The Japan disaster was manhunt ended with a nighttime ARAB SPRING: It began with Strict discipline, planning can go long way to maintain workout routines next, with 60 first-place votes. Placing third were the Arab Spring uprisings that rocked North Africa assault by a helicopter-borne spe- cial operations squad on his com- pound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. demonstrations in Tunisia that rapidly toppled the longtime strongman. Spreading like a By RUSSELL COX come in. She also suggested working with them get back on track. The staff and the Middle East, while the Bin Laden was shot dead by one wildfire, the Arab Spring protests rcox@indexjournal.com For those who want to keep up Staying in shape partners who provide encourage- also sends out reminder cards and European Union’s financial tur- of the raiders, and within hours with their exercise, she recommends Setting goals and making plans ment. Becoming more healthy pro- emails saying the customers have ONE-ON-ONE moil was No. 4. his body was buried at sea. See INTRIGUE, page 2D Beginning a new year can be a people develop a mindset of work- are two important things that can be vides a lifestyle change, she said, been missed, and every bit of exer- time to begin, or renew, healthy life- ing for themselves done to maintain a workout regimen, so people should commit to using cise counts. Greenwood High School senior asked, “Do you want to be the Q: What thought process do came down to me and brought me style choices such as exercising, but and their own according to program managers at whatever calories they consume. “Even 30 minutes, three days Jared Jeter has the ultimate goal Eagle?” I had been the Knight at you put into performing on the a pack of gummy worms. I came as the months wear on, the discipline goals. If slacking local gyms. “Everybody’s going to backslide. a week is better than nothing,” she of entering into the field of marine Northside Middle School a couple field?. up to the fence, got down on my to work out can slip away. biology, and he is now in the pro- of times when they needed some- A: It depends on what is going knees and acted out “thank you, off starts to creep Realize that you are going to back- said. For all those hitting the gyms of cess of deciding between Clem- body. So I just decided to be the on on the field. If we score a touch- thank you.” I walked around, acting in, she said, people sity.” slide. You are going to eat that piece She also stressed the importance son and Carolina for his university Eagle. down, I’ll re-enact the touchdown like I was eating them in the Eagle Greenwood this January, those who can remind them- Greenwood Family YMCA Senior of cake even thought you shouldn’t of making a plan, including steps track. Q: You must have enjoyed it by myself — I’ll either pass the ball suit. It was really sweet of her. have seen years of exercisers come selves of what they Program Director Janada Jay stressed have, but that’s OK. Everybody’s to take if motivation declines, and In high school, he played foot- for the years you’ve put into it. to myself or run. When the song Q: This season must have and go can offer a few tips on how had wanted in the the importance of creating a personal going to do that. You have to be will- even identifying what potential road- ball, but continued with track, and A: It’s great. I love seeing all plays, I just start dancing. I interact been fun for you. to meet the challenges and reap the beginning. plan, something the Y can help with, ing to jump back on that wagon and blocks to exercise can arise. this summer he ranked seventh in JARED GREENWOOD the people smiling; I just like to with the crowd. I’ll fake throwing A: It has been. Every year I’ve rewards of a regular workout regi- JANADA If they begin beginning with small goals and small make up for it and get back on track,” Setting realistic goals can save JETER EAGLE the nation in the young men’s 400- make people have a good time. something to them and then laugh done it, I’ve gotten more and more men. JAY exercising in the changes. Since weight does not come Jay said. people from the frustration of trying meter dash at the USATF Nation- At the times when games get dull, at them, and they’ll laugh back at into it. I went to the state game At Curves, Ashley Butler said she first place, she on quickly, she said, it’s not going to At Anytime Fitness, General Man- to accomplish something faster than al Junior Olympic Track & Field week spoke to staff writer Russell you need somebody to pick it me. We all have a good time. last year — they bring me. It was has observed February and March said, they had clearly wanted to alter come off quickly either. ager Jennifer Moore said the staff it can be done. Championships in Wichita, Kansas. Cox about his gameday perfor- up. Being in the suit helps me be Q: Have you collected any fun then too. When I go to a state as months even busier than January and improve their lives “for whatev- Scheduling also helps people’s abil- takes part whenever enthusiasm “Losing 50 pounds in two months He also has a job at McAlister’s mances as the school’s mascot. around the football atmosphere. I interesting stories of being in game, I’ll have more rules and reg- as people get back into their routines er their reasons may be: high blood ity to stick to something, she said, starts to lag, calling to check in with is something you will see on a reality Deli. Q: What got you into being a just love it; it’s my way of connect- the costume? ulations that I have to go by. I can’t after the holidays, but then decline pressure, diabetes, wanting to loose working to get around the common someone who has not been seen in television series and not in real life,” He has entertained crowds as mascot? ing with my team, even though I’m A: Yes, as a matter of fact. It walk around as much, but I can still some before the summer crowds weight, high cholesterol, bone den- complaint of too little time. a while to see if anything can help she said. the Greenwood High Eagle and last A. My mom came up to me and not playing with them anymore was the last game. A little girl do my thing.
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Available at Bob Ellis Shoes (332 King St., Charleston) for $995. More on the Oscars on Page 7E online, so check it out! Watch first-grade students from Meeting Street Academy Best Picture take in a private performance of “Leo.” Read a review of What if? Productions’ “5 Lesbians Eat- PHOTOGRAPHS BY GRACE BEAHM/STAFF ing a Quiche.” BY SAMARA NAPOLITAN Read a review of the “Long Special to The Post and Courier BY ALEXANDRA MUNZEL Time Ago” Gallery exhibit. Look for well-made boot T wee is in, and perhaps there’s noth- Special to The Post and Courier Prepare for “In Haste, ing more twee than a ukulele. in feminine style A s a wardrobe stylist, I often hear the saying, “I like Lauren Keene” on the Piccolo To older generations, the uke, to be comfortable.” I must admit, hearing that Spoleto blog with an Abraham with its island novelty and breezy timbre, statement makes me chuckle. It does seem a bit “The Artist” “The “Extremely Loud “Hugo” “Midnight “The Help” “Moneyball” “War Horse” “The Tree of Life” Lincoln assassination pop quiz. is twee — affectedly quaint, silly-sweet. D rhetorical. I mean, will there ever be a day when a client EAR LEXI: Every time I buy boots, my friends Descendants” & Incredibly in Paris” To younger folks, the four-string, two- says to me, “I like to be uncomfortable”? tell me to take them back. They say they look too Close” Get some insight into programs 5 and 6 of octave instrument is not so twee. They When it comes to shoes, comfort is king. But fashion outdated. With so many boots to choose from, All about the Spoleto USA 2012 Chamber Music Series associate it with the most viral of Internet and comfort can co-exist. how do I know what to buy and which are the best for Will win: The competition here is mostly between the fizzy joys of “The Artist,” the multilayered drama of “The Descendants” and “The Help” and the lovely preci- On the air on the Chamber Music blog. fads. How? Here are some tips: me? Please help! — BOOTLESS AND BEGRUDGED, WEST sion of “Hugo.” Expect “The Artist” to prevail, especially since Oscar voters can’t and online Follow Leah Stacy around town as she Ukulele maestro Jake Shimabukuro returns to Spoleto for his second ap- Know your foot size. Have your feet measured every ASHLEY resist a movie that celebrates their own craft. The 84th annual Academy Should win: “The Descendants,” another excellent snapshot of the human Awards airs at 8:30 tonight on searches for the ultimate cheesy noodles at pearance June 1, and he is anything but year. Over time, your feet grow. If you’re like me, your feet DEAR BOOTLESS: The secret the Mac’n’Chs. blog. a fad. His 2009 Spoleto debut captivated may grow a half-size after pregnancy and continue to do to great boots is finding the right heart from director Alexander Payne. It conveys the magnificent, tragic messiness local ABC affiliate WCIV-TV. of life through the story of a husband and father coping with revelations in the Going to miss the live show? the sold-out crowd and eradicated any so as you get older. It’s hard to fathom, but our feet change material. Look for boots made wake of his wife’s devastating coma. Follow @PandC_Features Don;t forget the podcasts: there are three punchlines stemming from his instru- much like our figures do, and we need to adapt. Trust with either real leather or cloth, Cast in Britannia, me, it wasn’t easy saying goodbye to my size 8’s, but it did on Twitter for live updates as episodes now available. ment of choice. make room in my closet for some of my coveted 8½’s. ALEXANDRA A leather is a large surface area, if boot has against your desire. the winners are announced. an alloy of copper, “I’m really just blown away by it all,” MUNZEL tin and antimony We’re all over Facebook, Twitter, and Pinter- Shimabukuro said of his immediate suc- so quality is important since it’s The Boot est. Also, post your own content to our web- cess. “I’ve been playing the ukulele my Know your foot shape. In addition to standard sizes, shoes are made in narrow and wide styles. Purchasing a The boot has become less industrial and more fash- Dear Lexi much more obvious to the natural eye. Thus, anything synthetic such Best Actor Best Actress Inside Plated with site, postandcourier.com/spoleto. whole life, but this is the first time I’ve shoe in either a half-size up or down doesn’t always do the ionable over time. as “pleather” will look cheap. ◗ Demian Bichir, ◗ Glenn Close, A Pakistani filmmaker is copper, nickel, experienced something like this.” “A Better Life” “Albert Nobbs” nominated in the Best Docu- silver and A ukulele player since age 4, Shima- trick; neither do inserts. Remember, a bargain price is no The soles of boots should be nonbulky and clunk-free Well-made boots will last for a decade, and you will get 24-karat gold bargain when you can’t wear the shoe! for a fashionable and feminine look. the return on your investment. Look for boots without ◗ George Clooney, ◗ Viola Davis, “The Help” mentary Short category. If bukuro first gained attention in the late Suggestion: Boots such as these Morenatom brand chunky soles for a more streamline and feminine look. “The Descendants” ◗ Rooney Mara, “The Girl Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy 1990s with his trio, Pure Heart. As a solo Know your support needs. Should you need a little arch beauties bring Western flair without looking too cow- ◗ Jean Dujardin, Bichir With the Dragon Tattoo” Close wins, it would be the first Os- Since 1952, artist, he experimented with distortion, support, more narrowing at the heel or any other slight girl. It’s a great outdoor boot that can easily translate to Dear Lexi is written by Alexandra Munzel of Alexandra “The Artist” ◗ Meryl Streep, car gold for the country. Read winners have effects pedals and frenzied fretwork to modification, inserts are your best friend. Inserts were de- a casual inside look. Available at Out of Hand (113C Pitt Styles. 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Vote to the Academy WHAT: Octogenarian and S.C. legend Drink Small, the throwaway grace, the the soul of her charac- at postandcourier. for a $1 token “Blues Doctor” from Bishopville, will bring his blues, gos- Oscars tend to give him ter, showing us both com/polls. payment pel and roots music to the stage for one night only. the gold. Jean Dujardin, the guarded outward For pictures of the nominees MCT WHEN: 6-8 p.m. WHERE: Mad River Bar and Grille, 32 N. Market St., Down- Jake Shimabukuro prepare to be honored composure of an Afri- in all categories, go to post for displaying world- can-American maid in andcourier.com/galleries. town Charleston PRICE: $16 WHEN: 9 p.m. June 1 and 2 class style, delivering Dujardin the 1960s South and the Mara WHERE: College of Charleston Cistern sweet dance moves and strength, anger, tender- Yard making silent films cool ness and complexity MORE INFO: Martha Teichner inter- again. that define her inner life. views Shimabukuro at the Simons Cen- Should win: George For such an epic turn, ter Recital Hall at 3 p.m. June 2. Free. Clooney, who succeed- Davis is bound to take ed by scrapping his deb- home the statuette. The Wedge The Heel The Flat onair confidence and Oldman Should win: Davis, Streep A wedge gives you similar support to a wide heel: It helps A platform heel will give you height without the Flats that have a pointed-style toe (but not digging deep to find a phenomenal actress Taking a bite out of Apple displace your weight, making it easier and more comfortable to severe angle of your foot. pointed so much that your toes squeeze togeth- the place where sorrow, who finally is getting a wear. Thicker heels, such as above, provide more sta- er) will elongate your leg. jealousy and wisdom chance to show what Children’s corner The wedge style was designed by Salvatore Ferragamo, a true bility, as they displace your weight more evenly. A slight wedge will give feet better support. meet in an average man she can do with a star- shoe icon. Suggestion: Most Sofft shoes are made by Suggestion: This Melissa flat is made with struggling to do his best ring role. BY MARY GIBBLE Suggestion: In recent years, the Tory Burch logo has spread hand, so the attention to materials and comfort thermoplastic, so it molds to your foot. Bear in in an impossible situa- Special to The Post and Courier through Charleston. For those who love a logo, this wedge is makes for pedi-bliss. This is the perfect shoe for mind, this is not a 1980s throwback or a “jelly” tion. Pitt Williams a more professional-looking option than the company’s flats. Available at Gwynn’s (916 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Mount Pleas- the professional working woman and for moms- on-the-move. Available at The Shoe Fairy (1405 resurrection. The cherry scented inner-cloth makes for a great sweat wicker. Available at Ber- N othing beats a picnic and a show. Head on down to the Footlight Players Theatre today at noon for Brown Bag and Ballet. Mike Daisey connects ethics ant) for $265. Ben Sawyer Blvd., Mount Pleasant) for $99. lins (114 King St., Charleston) for $80. and comedy with ‘Agony’ Troupe to present You’ll have to trade a picnic blanket for theater INSIDE Mash-up spotlights seats and ballet by the Charleston Ballet Theatre. Pack a lunch and enjoy this annual Piccolo Spo- leto tradition. BY GENE SAPAKOFF gsapakoff@postandcourier.com bite out of Apple and its late founder in a two-hour romp There’s no going Families save time, ‘Wait Until Dark’ Page 2 Arts Around: music, dance, art The 60-minute program features the work of titans and locals both. “Who Cares?” by George Balanchine; “Poetry with a Splash of Red Blood” by Jill Eathorne Bahr; and “Bolero” by Helena At times it looks like a Chris Farley take on Michael Moore, but edgier. to the sweatshops of China and back. The critical tale is never the same; Daisey, a Brooklyn back for hometown money eating out BY BILL THOMPSON bthompson@postandcourier.com the heroine, who is blind, but far from helpless, as it turns out. Unlike today’s gory, frequently grotesque Charleston Ballet Theatre, Joshua Roman and BY BILL THOMPSON bthompson@postandcourier.com at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Sottile Theatre is “Fascinations,” a “mul- tidisciplinary, multisensory art ex- Baron are some of the best ballet has to offer. This program is one-of-a-kind as the Charles- ton Ballet Theatre is the only dance company in South Carolina licensed to perform Balanchine Funnier. Certainly more controver- sial. Mike Daisey in his animated resident and 1996 graduate of Colby College in his native Maine, works from an outline and adds local flavor. But his BY LAURA DIETER MCGREGOR es of my home- BY PAULA SIROIS COMMENTARY “Wait Until Dark.” Even the title shockers, “Wait Until Dark” relied Redux Revival. Often used, and much abused, perience” showcasing seven custom choreography. stage monologues is eager to Apple blast remains consis- town were draw- www.RetailMeNot.com (MCT) bears a sense of forboding. on a taut script, excellent actors and the word “synergy” was useful for choreographed dances performed Given the sophisticated nature of the content, needle the establishment, cor- tent, part of Daisey’s struggle I live in the same town where I ing me ever closer, figuring out what to eat and then Anyone who sat in the Ethel Bar- a simple play of light for its nail-bit- a time. It was a slick, faintly techni- by the Ivey Ballet and seven original this production is best suited to children who PROVIDED porate giants, world powers to communicate while “living was born and raised. At 18, I left state by state, city We’ve all heard the advice that it’s pilfering through the kitchen to rymore Theatre in 1966 and saw ing suspense. cal way of saying “collaboration” or murals, all inspired by seven clas- are dance-savvy. The aspiring ballerina in your Monologist Mike Daisey talks tech. — all with chainsaw wit. Da- ethically.” for college in Atlanta. I vaguely by city. Finally, cheaper to eat a home-cooked meal make sure you have all the neces- Robert Duvall leap out of the dark- Hoping to elicit similar palpita- “well-integrated joint effort.” sical and neoclassical scores to be family will gawk at the majesty of these land- isey bites the hand that feeds “These devices have become remember something about a vow in early 1995 and than pay those pricey restaurant sary ingredients, which you usu- ness to menace Lee Remick, live, tions, the Flowertown Players offer This Week Today, we have a more colorful, played by the remarkably polished mark performances. Just make sure her mouth him in “How Theater Failed part of our consciousness at will recall jumping out of their skin their production of the popular play if misleading term: “mash-up.” But musicians of the Youth Orchestra. IN HER remained in At- I never to return. expecting our second child, my tabs. We keep hearing this, and all of my friends and family tend to ally don’t. Then you drive to the grocery store, walk the aisles, stand in fright. No mere movie scene ever beginning Friday at 8 p.m. the James in the Arts: there’s nothing haphazard or arbi- Each scene has as its backdrop a isn’t full. ‘The Agony and The Ecstasy America” and since 1997 has some point,” Daisey said in Chamber music, weaved extemporaneous act- a CSPAN interview. “They WORDS lanta for five years husband and I agree. But I am firmly convinced in the checkout line, drive back exerted such visceral impact. F. Dean Community Theatre in trary about the confluence of talent 9-by-12-foot fabric mural created by RECOMMENDATION: Brown Bag and Ballet, of Steve Jobs’ ing with gonzo journalism, change us in the way we relate and then moved McGregor bought a lot and that it’s cheaper to eat out. Here’s home, lug the bags into the house, Not even when Alan Arkin, taking Summerville. Grace Project, involved in EnCorps Arts, a non- the artists of the Art Outdoor Initia- noon today, Footlight Players Theatre, 20 Queen social activism and personal to the world. I can’t just opt to Columbia for law school. Af- built a house in why: put them away and start to cook. By on Duvall’s stage role, turned his Susy Hendrix (Tiffany Eliason) is a profit, collaborative group formed tive, whose artwork already has en- ter graduation, I practiced law in Mount Pleasant, my hometown. 1. Time is money: Unless you’re the time you’ve finished eating and homicidal leap toward Audrey Hep- blind Greenwich Village housewife ‘Radium Girls’ by the Robert Ivey Ballet, Youth livened the facades and alleyways of St. WHEN: 8 p.m. today, June 2, 3, 5 experience to create a solo out of my culture.” WHERE: Emmett Robinson Theater, College of Charleston fireball of energy. The activist-storyteller Summerville for a few years in the This house, where we still live one of those star chef wannabes, putting away the dishes, a couple of burn in the 1967 hit film. who becomes the target of three and more. Orchestra of the Lowcountry and West Ashley’s Avondale community TICKETS: $32 Daisey in “The Agony and seems to have found his early 1990s. the whole dinner routine is an ex- What so amplified the terror was Charleston Art Outdoor Initiative. It seemed as if the magnetic forc- Please see WORDS, Page 2F DREAMSTIME ercise in frustration. First there’s Please see MONEY, Page 2F the audience’s identification with Please see DARK, Page 3E The group’s debut presentation Please see ART, Page 3E MORE: Martha Teichner interviews Mike Daisey at the Em- the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs” mett Robinson Theatre at 10 p.m. May 31 (free event) has his biggest hit, taking a Please see DAISEY, Page A7 CYAN-AOOO MAGENTA-OAOO YELLOW-OOAO BLACK 012908 CYAN-AOOO MAGENTA-OAOO YELLOW-OOAO BLACK 012908 CYAN-AOOO MAGENTA-OAOO YELLOW-OOAO BLACK 012908
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    • SINGLE FEATURE PAGE DESIGN Daily Under 20,000 Division SUNDAY MAGAZINE THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT | WWW.THETANDD.COM SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2012 / SECTION C AFIRST PLACE: personal The Times and Democrat PALETTE Local makeup artist shares secrets Kristin Coker M covering. By DALE LINDER-ALTMAN T&D Staff Writer arcus Green is a talented artist who paints on an unusual canvas — the human face. The Orangeburg makeup art- ist says he has a “passionate love for mak- ing people beautiful, and he sees his work as ” a lot more than just applying a “skin-deep” her pageant makeup, she said. Marcus has an instinct for bringing out the best in people and giving them what they want, Black said. “That’s why I stuck with him, and I’m glad he stuck with me, she said. ” Green has been doing Christal Scarborough’s makeup for almost five years. “Everyone has their own natural beauty. It’s in things like the way you treat people, Scar- borough said. ” By using makeup creatively, “you can pull out But makeup that’s done well “adds just a the inner beauty, and it will enhance the beauty little bit more oomph, she said. “It makes you ” that’s there. It gives confidence and helps you feel more confident. ” be a better person, he said. ” Marcus really knows “his stuff, Scarborough ” Green said his purpose is “helping to inspire said. people one face at a time, and ” “He’s very educated, but he his art is “the gift of giving doesn’t just do makeup, she” somebody confidence. ” said. “He educates his clients Green has made up the about the best products to faces of everyone from beauty use and how to keep your skin queens to models. He’s also healthy. worked as a makeup artist “Marcus has a passion for for Pantene Pro-V Relaxed & doing makeup, and you can Natural on tour with Yolanda see that in the way he does it in Adams, Nikki Giovanni and your session with him. ” Jacque Reid, but he takes a Green is a musician as well special pleasure in making up as a makeup artist, and he en- people who have been ill. joys singing at special events. “People who’ve had strokes He studied music for several often lose the symmetry in years at Alcorn State University their faces, but you can bal- in Mississippi on a full schol- ance that with makeup, he ” arship before transferring to said. “And many times, people Marcus Green Dudley Beauty College in Char- who’ve had cancer lose their hair. lotte, N.C., where he eventually You don’t have to have hair to be beautiful. I became a teacher. bring out the inner beauty in their faces so it While living in distracts from the hair loss, and it restores their Charlotte, he worked confidence. ” for Glamour Shot Green has done the reigning Miss Claflin Studios and MAC Leighann Black’s makeup for years, includ- Cosmetics as their lead ing during her competition in the Miss South makeup artist. Carolina Pageant in July. Green doesn’t have Black said a makeup artist who is good at his a beauty shop, but says task listens to the needs of his clients. he takes the tools of She said before she began participating in his trade wherever he’s pageants and other events at Claflin, she sel- called. He can be reached dom wore makeup and appreciated a more at 803-378-4412, music- PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE T&D natural look. mdg@yahoo.com or Mar- Above, Christal Scarborough is shown in a glamour “I didn’t want to look strange or like a clown, cus Green on Facebook. ” portrait. Scarborough has been a model for Green for she said. “I wanted it to compliment me. more than three years. At left, Miss Claflin Leighann “I never told him what to do, but Marcus is ■ Contact the writer: Black is shown with her sisters, Roxanne Prince and an artist, and he nailed it every time.” dlinder-altman@time- Leslie Ann Black. Green has done Black’s makeup Green has also done Black’s everyday sanddemocrat.com or during her years at the university and last month in the makeup, and he does that just as well as he did 803-533-5529. Miss South Carolina Pageant. CHRISTOPHER HUFF/T&D The following photos show part of the process Green uses as he makes up Christal Scarborough for everyday activities: a before picture of Scarborough; Green creates and darkens the eyebrow; Green applies lip gloss; Green applies powder; and Scarborough is shown in her after shot. BRINGING OUT THE BEST ONLINE Makeup artist Marcus Green says he uses coloring, contouring and highlighting to re- @TheTandD.com shape faces, lips and eyebrows. He also uses it to even out skin tones and make people Visit this article online to watch makeup artist Marcus look slimmer. Green in action. However, he said it all begins with good skin care. TheTandD.com/lifestyles Green offers these tips to help individuals “put your best face forward”: ■ Always use a clean canvas. There are two kinds of facial cleansers, those that clean the skin and those that remove makeup. Be sure to remove makeup with a cleanser that contains a detergent designed to breakdown makeup. ■ Use a moisturizer or a cleanser that contains moisturizers. ■ Use a serum to hydrate your face and change the texture of your skin. Be aware that some of these target wrinkles. ■ You can go with the high-end cleansers or the bargain brands. Both will do the job. ■ Find the proper foundation to match your skin color so you don’t look made up. Have a friend give you a second opinion. ■ Makeup for work should be simple. You should be able to put it on in five minutes. Use foundation, powder, one shadow, eyeliner and lip gloss.
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    • SINGLE FEATURE PAGE DESIGN Daily Over 50,000 Division A15 | Friday, May 25, 2012 Philip Glass ‘Kepler’ marks return of composer Spoleto-Syracuse team reportTHIRD PLACE: A merican composer Philip Glass turned 75 in January. To honor his ‘Kepler’ long career and cavalcade of compositions, Spoleto Festival USA is mounting the first staged production of his opera “Kepler” in the U.S. WHEN: 7:30 p.m. May 26; Directed by Sam Helfrich and conducted by John Kennedy, the work 8 p.m. May 28, 31 and explores the life and mind of famed 17th-century mathemetician and astrono- June 2 WHERE: mer Johannes Kepler. Sottile Theatre, On the occasion of Glass’ return to the festival (his affiliation is decades-old), 44 George Street The Post and Courier has compiled some interesting tidbits about the composer. 843-953-5623 More online Scan this QR code for ev- 16 The Post and Courier erything you need to know about the festivals, includ- Number of operas ing links to multimedia and by Philip Glass social media 4 Number of those operas Special Web content about scientists (3 are about This year, The Post and Courier has refashioned physicists) Chad Dunbar its web presentation of Spoleto coverage, offer- ing a plethora of visual and audio features online. Beginning today, readers can submit photos Christopher and reviews by clicking the appropriate red Spoleto button on the right side of the Spoleto Columbus homepage, postandcourier.com/spoleto. Be The protagonist warned: If we like what you post, and you’ve iden- in Glass’s 1992 opera tified yourself honestly, your stuff could end up “The Voyage,” which was in print. commissioned by the Metro- politan Opera on the Be sure to watch our exclusive video features, occasion of the 500th appearing daily. Today, you can see Spoleto Fes- anniversary of the tival General Director Nigel Redden talk about explorer’s landing in America. what it’s like to oversee this arts extravaganza, Resident Conductor John Kennedy discuss the importance of young musicians, and filmmaker Poet Allen Atom Egoyan talk about “Feng Yi Ting.” Ginsberg On the subject of videos, be sure to check in Librettist for Glass’ “Hydrogen regularly to see Chamber Music series director Jukebox,” commissioned by Geoff Nuttall describe concert programming. Spoleto Festival USA and the American Music Theater What would a modern website be without Festival in 1990. a set of dynamic blogs? We’ve got five of them featuring short reviews and features, multimedia Please see GLASS, Page A16 presentations and opinion. And check our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest platforms for lots of extras and apps. Photos Scan this QR code to see photos from Kepler, or go to postand courier.com/spoleto. Piccolo Highlight Celtic Arts Series: The Teetotallers WHAT: This award-winning “super-group,” comprised of Irish traditional music legends Martin Hayes (fiddle, viola), Kevin Crawford (flute, whistle, bodhran) and John Doyle (vocals, guitar, bouzouki, mandola), comes to Charleston for one performance on their North American tour. WHEN: 7 p.m. May 25 WHERE: Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting St., Charleston PRICE: $16. Children’s corner BY MARY GIBBLE Special to The Post and Courier Q uality children’s entertainment can be found scattered through the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto festivals. Though few produc- tions are specifically targeted to kids, many per- formances would appeal to young people. Hitt holds forth in On the way up: For a child gifted in math, there’s “Kepler,” the opera by Philip Glass, based on the life of the Jazz singer Cecile German mathematician. If your teen has been begging for an iPad, bring him to “The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs.” ‘Making Up the Truth’ McLorin Salvant If your daughter owns nothing but black BY BILL THOMPSON clothing and says things such as “keep it cool, bthompson@postandcourier.com Jack Hitt BY JOSH BREEDEN daddy-o,” explain the concept of improvisation Special to The Post and Courier and introduce her to jazz. Jack Hitt knows what he knows he WHAT: “Making Up the Truth” Before the show, prepare your kids. On You- knows. He thinks. WHEN: 8 tonight; 9 p.m. Saturday; Jazz singer Cecile McLorin Salvant had Tube, check out Jake Shimabukuro or watch a But he’s open to re-evaluation. noon Sunday; 8 p.m. Monday a break-out year in 2010. She released her rendition of Alvin Ailey’s “Revelations.” Hitt’s touring one-man show, “Mak- WHERE: Emmett Robinson Theatre, debut album, “Cecile” and she sang in the After the curtain call, keep the dialogue going. ing Up the Truth,” comes to the 54 St. Philip St., 843-953-5604 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Use these events as catalysts to discuss how the Spoleto Festival beginning today, and Competition before judges Al Jarreau, Dee arts intersect all subjects. not without a disclaimer from the the milliseconds before we perceive Dee Bridgewater and Dianne Reeves. She Over the next two weeks, this column will Charleston-born journalist and ob- something we’ve already revised it to was awarded first prize. make a daily recommendation for children and server of the American scene. fit our own private world view,” said “It was a shock to me,” said Salvant, 22, parents, with the hope that exposure to the arts Hitt spins “extravagant, almost un- the Peabody Award-winning writer of her win. “I felt like I was an underdog. I will engender a love for the arts. believable” true stories dating from and a frequent contributor to National hadn’t been to an American jazz school. I RECOMMENDATION: 1927’s “The Animals his early childhood, extending to the Public Radio’s “This American Life.” felt like I was in over my head, but it was so and Children Took to the Streets,” a production gallery of colorful characters he has “Turns out the accidents of creativity gratifying to have that kind of recognition inviting children into the eerie, unpredictable encountered in decades of taking the operate along the same processes of from those singers on the panel. streets of Bayou Mansions. On this fictional block, nation’s pulse. serendipity. Makes sense if you don’t the children behave as animals, a shadow morphs All this, woven through the latest think about it.” Please see JAZZ, Page A16 into a wolf and adventure is always scratching at experiments in cognitive research, Theorists of the mind are studying your door. Best for children 8 and older. which purport to answer the question the mechanics of how humans narrate May 25-June 3, showtimes vary, Memminger he’s most often asked: “Why do these all the stories coursing through our Cecile McLorin Salvant Auditorium, 56 Beaufain St. things always happen to you?” brains, and Hitt, whose pieces have Apparently, they don’t. appeared in “Best American Science WHEN: 9 tonight and Saturday “The show is about how the brain is WHERE: College of Charleston Cistern Yard, a creative editing machine and that in Please see HITT, Page A16 66 George Street
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    • SPORTS PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily Under 20,000 Division THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT | WWW.THETANDD.COM SPORTSTHIRD PLACE: MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2012 / B1 ‘Bubba! The Times and Democrat Bubba! Bubba!’ THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT | WWW.THETANDD.COM SPORTS Lee Harter THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT | WWW.THETANDD.COM SPORTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2012 / SECTION B MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2012 / B1 HIGH SCHOOL LONG WAY Carolina up VOLLEYBALL Watson wins Masters HHA falls, FROM THAT DAY to 7th; Tigers playoff over Oosthuizen finishes Loss at Wake on Thursday night in 2008 sealed Bowden’s fate, put Swinney era in motion in at No. 10 as SCISA By TRAVIS SAWCHIK The Post and Courier T&D and AP Reports South Carolina rose a spot to seventh in the new Asso- By DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer runner-up ciated Press poll released Sunday. Clemson, which faces fourth-ranked Florida State on CLEMSON – Oct. 13, 2008, seemed like the road Saturday, moved into the top 10 at the 10th spot, just another Monday in the Clemson football up from 11th. The Tigers moved from 11th to ninth in the offices. USA Today Coaches poll. AUGUSTA, Ga. — Bubba Watson started the day by watch- By THOMAS GRANT JR. Outside of the McFadden Building, Internet South Carolina, which opens Southeastern Conference ing the rarest shot in golf. He ended another thrill-a-minute T&D Senior Sports Writer message boards and talk radio lines were buzz- play Saturday afternoon against Missouri, is in the top 25 ing following Clemson’s 12-7 loss at Wake Forest for a school-record 35th consecutive week. The Game- Sunday at Augusta National with a signature shot of his own COLUMBIA – The con- the previous Thursday. Vitriol toward the Clem- cocks also rose a spot in the USA Today Coaches’ poll to to win the Masters. trast in emotions between son staff was spilled around water coolers from two teams that battled for 90- Chester to Charleston as the Tigers fell from a No. 8. So deep in the trees right of the 10th fairway that he couldn’t The rankings represent the first time ever that the two plus minutes for a champion- No. 9 preseason ranking to out of the polls. But rivals have been in the top 10 at the same time. even see the green, Watson hooked a wedge off the pine nee- ship was clear to see Tuesday inside the building everything seemed like busi- at Heathwood Hall. ness as usual. Meanwhile, the SEC’s two powerhouses, Alabama and dles from 155 yards to about 10 feet from the hole. That set up Around 10 a.m., wide receivers coach Dabo LSU, are back atop The Associated Press college football a par, good enough to beat Louis Oosthuizen on the second On one side of the gymna- poll, holding down Nos. 1 and 2 the way they did most of sium were the jubilant players Swinney was watching video of blitz pickups playoff hole. with the offensive staff. He was wearing gray last season. and fans of the now two-time The Crimson Tide is No. 1 for the third straight week, SCISA Class 2-A champion sweatpants and a sweatshirt. Mondays were al- AP/WILY LOW “If I’ve got a swing, I’ve got a shot,” Watson said. ways long, so he was going to be comfortable. and it was almost unanimous. Alabama received 58 of 60 From left, South Carolina State’s Terrell Fitts, Adrian Stewart and Joe Thomas watch as Arizona scores another touchdown Spartanburg Christian Acad- first-place votes. LSU got the other two. during the second half Saturday night at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, Ariz. It was Oosthuizen who set the tone for this wild day with a emy Lady Warriors. Staring It was then that director of football opera- AP at a distance were the disap- tions Andy Johnston entered the dimly lit room Clemson head coach Dabo The SEC rivals were ranked first and second for eight double eagle — only the fourth in Masters history — on the par- weeks during last season before eventually meeting in the pointed players of Holly Hill with an unusual message: Head coach Tommy Swinney walks on the field during 5 second hole when his 4-iron from 253 yards landed on the ‘WELLOILED TEAM’ Bowden wanted to see the entire staff. BCS title game. The difference last year was LSU was first Academy, some wiping away the first half of Saturday victory front of the green and rolled some 90 feet into the hole for a 2. tears while trying to take sol- Bowden was brief and sullen – he was no lon- and Alabama second — until the Tide won the national over Virginia Tech in Clemson. ace with their runner-up ger the football coach. Bowden left the room and In five years as Clemson coach, championship game. “Somehow it fell in my hands today,” said Watson, who WILLIAM THORNLEY PHOTOGRAPHY trophy. Clemson Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips Swinney is 35-20 with four LSU moved up to No. 2 this week after Southern Cal- Holly Hill Academy’s Emily Watkins goes up to score the ifornia’s first loss of the season. USC slipped 11 spots to closed with a 68. “It’s amazing. It’s a blur, the last nine holes team’s first point against Spartanburg Christian on Tuesday bowl appearances and an ACC See VOLLEYBALL, B3 in the state finals played at Heathwood Hall in Columbia. See CLEMSON, B2 championship. 13th after losing 21-14 at Stanford. I don’t remember anything. Somehow I guess I cried all my Stanford jumped from 21st to ninth. Arizona, which defeated South Carolina State 56-0 Sat- urday night in Tucson, rose from 24th to 22nd in the AP S.C. State Coach Buddy Pough says ‘game got away tears out.” poll. The Wildcats next meet No. 3 Oregon. The Bulldogs’ opponent this Saturday, Texas A&M, received votes but from us’ as No. 22 Arizona tops Bulldogs, 56-0 See MASTERS, B2 OVER did not make the AP poll. Complete polls on B2 By JOHN MARSHALL and added a 10-yard scoring run in an- CAROLINA NOTEBOOK AP College Football Writer other stellar performance to start his se- nior season. TUCSON, Ariz. — South Carolina State Arizona’s try-to-keep-up-with-us had trouble stopping Arizona’s offense, al- More coverage from the Arizona offense ran a school-record 102 plays and BEING lowing the Wildcats to run a whopping 102 game, including additional stories and had 689 total yards, two short of another plays. record. It was just as bad for the Bulldogs on of- photos at TheTandD.com and thebulldog- The defense was just as dominant, hold- fense, maybe even worse. zone.com. ing South Carolina State (1-2) to 154 total Overmatched against the bigger, faster S.C. State travels to Texas A&M for yards for its first shutout in four years. Wildcats, up from 24 to 22 in the new AP a 7 p.m. Saturday game. Coach Buddy Yep, this was just the kind of confi- poll, South Carolina State managed just Pough will talk about the game at his dence-building tune-up the Wildcats eight first downs in a 56-0 loss to Arizona Monday press conference. Look for print needed before heading to rowdy Autzen MAD on Saturday night. and online coverage. Stadium for their first road game of the “I’m at a loss, somewhat, to explain the season. AP struggles we had offensively, Bulldogs ” Watch for T&D Senior Sports Writer “We executed really well tonight, run- ” coach Buddy Pough said. Thomas Grant Jr.’s reports all week and fol- ning back Daniel Jenkins said. “There’s Bubba Watson hits off the 18th fairway during the fourth round of the Masters golf tournament Sunday in Augusta, Ga. Arizona knocked off No. 18 Oklahoma low the Bulldogs during games at his blog room for improvement, but we’re headed AP State the week before and opens the Pac- at thebulldogzone.com in the right direction South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier waves to 12 next weekend vs. Oregon, now No. 3 in South Carolina State had little chance MASTERS NOTEBOOK South Carolina Coach Steve Spurrier was as angry as he’d been all season after his team’s showing at The Swamp, where he won six SEC crowns and the 1996 national championship fans as he walks off the field following a 49-6 win over UAB at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia on Saturday night. The victory was the 200th of his college coaching career. the national polls. Sandwiched in between was a game against the Bulldogs, one the Wildcats couldn’t afford to take lightly. against Arizona’s athleticism, unable to from the Football Championship Subdi- top the Wildcats from marching down the vision as any good program would, rac- field or get anything going on offense. ing out to a 28-0 lead by halftime and a The Bulldogs failed to crack double- Woods matches worst Mickelson gives away a green jacket They didn’t. school-record 43 first downs overall. digits in first downs and had virtually no as Gators’ coach. He vowed to make changes and find guys who Instead of a letdown as coach Rich Ro- Matt Scott threw for 288 yards and 4-round score at Masters wanted to give maximum effort. A couple of days later, Spurrier said it is time to forget the Gamecock fans stay, driguez feared, Arizona (3-0) handled a three touchdowns on 30-of-36 passing, See BULLDOGS, B2 Tiger Woods arrived at Augusta National as a favorite to win his fifth green jacket. Instead, he left with his worst score as a pro. SEC championship talk and lock on to what Carolina still can cheer Spurrier, worry S.C. State next faces Texas A&M A 74 on Sunday put Woods at 5-over 293 for the Masters, which A accomplish. UGUSTA, Ga. — “I was obviously a little irritated, but I’m over that,” he said. was his worst four-round score since he posted the same number as The hugs with his a first-time amateur way back in 1995. He shot a 291 in 2007, but “When you get mad, you got to get over it, you got to move on, and we’re looking forward to the ball game this week.” about QB for Mizzou and record-setting freshman QB that was good enough for second that year, when it was windy and bitterly cold. When he left the course Sunday, he was tied for 41st, family took place on the clubhouse lawn, not the 18th green. — The Associated Press the same spot he finished in 1995. The Post and Courier That was occupied, and by “It was an off week at the wrong time,” he said. The Associated Press had 13 carries for 124 yards and a pair of a scor- this time there was noth- COLUMBIA — The fans who stayed until the end of Sat- ing runs. Things began unraveling when he closed with back-to-back bo- C.J. DRIGGERS urday night’s 49-6 South Carolina win over UAB cheered DALLAS — Johnny Manziel was on the verge ing Phil Mickelson could do Defensive end Jadevon Clowney and other Gamecocks defenders gang tackle a Florida runner in Saturday’s loss. The Gators had just 183 yards total offense in the game. “You’ve got to keep blocking because he’s go- geys Thursday, and he went into a full-scale meltdown Friday with a Coach Steve Spurrier’s 200th career victory as a college of being clobbered by SMU’s Taylor Reed early in ing to run around and make plays, Texas A&M ” about it. flurry of wayward tee shots, blocked approaches and missed putts head coach — the 22nd most in Bowl Subdivision history. the third quarter. offensive lineman Patrick Lewis said. “He’s a AP He had celebrated there Spurrier says Gamecocks have much to play for, must rush the ball more; Tenn. is ‘Shaw’s game’ But the celebration was tempered by the anxiousness about quarterback Connor Shaw’s status for next Satur- Instead, Texas A&M’s redshirt freshman quar- terback shifted to his left to avoid the charging playmaker. ” Texas A&M (1-1) racked up 605 yards in offense from close range. He cursed the bad shots or took mock swings in anger — some- Bubba Watson speaks to the media after his victory at the before, most famously eight TIM DAHLBERG day’s 3:30 p.m. game against Missouri – the beginning of Masters in Augusta, Ga. years ago when he won his the heart of USC’s Southeastern Conference schedule. linebacker and lofted a perfect pass to Kenric McNeal for a 42-yard touchdown. and bounced back after losing its Southeastern Conference opener to No. 18 Florida. times doing both. After a poor tee shot on 16, booted his 9-iron first green jacket and took his AP SPORTS COLUMNIST By SCOTT HOOD ida, The Citadel, Clemson and Nebraska. A year rivals. enough and tough enough and mentally tough Shaw said he aggravated his shoulder blade, which he about 15 yards. GamecockCentral.com later, it has an opportunity to improve on that “We haven’t performed well the last couple enough, we could have handled it. But we just It was one of the dynamic plays Manziel made Last weekend, Manziel became the Aggies’ young daughter in his arms, said has a “crack” as a result of the hit at Vanderbilt. Sat- to help the Aggies earn their first victory of the first freshman starting quarterback in an opener The boorish behavior drew criticism from some fans, and he could players wouldn’t dare go on with a five-game winning streak to close out of weeks, but we need to regroup and get this didn’t handle it as well as we had hoped.” urday, he got hit on the same spot. Before leaving, he was season. saying, “Daddy won! Can you since 1944. He finished that game with 173 yards be subject to discipline by the PGA Tour. Even though back-to-back road loses at LSU and Florida have virtually eliminated the campaign. When is the last time that happened? Never. season back rolling the way we had it rolling a couple weeks ago, Spurrier said on Tuesday ” USC is looking to beat the Volunteers for the third straight year, another first. This is the eight of 14 for 107 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Manziel accounted for 418 total yards and six passing and 60 more on the ground. With a 2 on 2, Oosthuizen believe it?” the par-3 fourth hole, certain South Carolina (6-2, 4-2) from the SEC East Spurrier said Shaw suffered “no extra fracture” Saturday. AP touchdowns in three quarters, and Texas A&M Manziel improved on that performance by gets a piece of history Now it looked like he that his calculations were race, Steve Spurrier said on Tuesday that the So, USC has an opportunity to achieve yet an- other first under Spurrier. during his weekly press conference. “We’ve got to accept the fact that we’re not going to win the third time this season the Gamecocks enter a game looking for a school record third-straight After Shaw’s injury, quarterback Dylan Thompson ac- Texas A&M quarterback overcame a sluggish start to beat SMU 48-3 completing 20 of 36 passes before backup Ja- Garcia: ‘I’m not capable couldn’t believe he had lost. better than theirs. The target quitted himself well again, completing five of 10 passes Gamecocks have plenty to play for over the final The stretch run in Spurrier’s eighth season SEC this year, and we’ve accepted that. We’ve win over an SEC East opponent. Johnny Manziel accounted for six touchdowns in the Saturday. Manziel threw for four touchdowns and a meill Showers replaced him in the fourth. In ad- of winning major More than 75 years ago, Gene Sarazen put the Masters on the map A fourth green jacket wasn’t even the green, but four regular-season games and the bowl game as coach begins on Saturday (noon, ESPN) with got plenty of other goals out there. “We still have a whole bunch of firsts out with a double-eagle. Mickelson was sure he could to follow. the first of three consecutive home games when “We’ve got excellent senior leadership and See CAROLINA, B2 Saturday win over SMU. school-freshman-record 294 yards. He also See NEXT, B2 Sergio Garcia thinks the only major title he’ll ever have is this: would have put him in the Last season, USC rebounded from a road loss USC squares off with Tennessee in the annual captains that will get the guys ready to play. best player never to win one. Louis Oosthuizen nearly won a green jacket with his Sunday. company of Tiger Woods and escape with par from the at Arkansas with four straight wins over Flor- late-October matchup between the SEC East It was a tough stretch, but if we were strong See CAROLINA, B2 Garcia told Spanish reporters after a dismal third-round round at In 1935, when players weren’t routinely hit- Arnold Palmer at the Mas- bunker or anywhere left of ting the ball so far, Sarazen pulled out a 4-wood CLEMSON FOOTBALL MAJOR WORK TO BE DONE BEFORE FLORIDA STATE, COLUMNIST SAYS. B2 the Masters that he doesn’t think he’s capable of winning a major, from 235 yards, blasted the ball over the creek ters. A fifth major champion- there — even the grandstand. He thought too much, and and he didn’t back off the comments Sunday. ship would have moved him “Everything I say, I say it because I feel it,” he said. “If I didn’t that guards the 15th green, then celebrated when among the likes of Byron Nel- disaster ensued. Nothing new Breaking losing streak to S.C. State ‘Electric’ Watkins savors return mean it, I couldn’t stand here and lie like a lot of the guys do. If I felt like I could win, I would do it. Unfortunately at the moment, unless he made a double-eagle. It erased a three-shot deficit to Craig Wood in one swing and The Squire son and Seve Ballesteros. But it all fell apart, in large there, he’s been doing it his whole career. keeps Howard MEAC title drive alive By TRAVIS SAWCHIK The Post and Courier “It hurt me when I saw things on the field I could have done bet- win over Furman (0-3). “They were asking me what I I get really lucky in one of the weeks, I can’t really play much better than I played this week. And I’m going to finish 13th or 15th. What does that show you?” went on to win the second annual playing of the Masters in a playoff. Oosthuizen also got to a playoff, but her lost to Bubba Watson. part because once again Phil couldn’t help being Phil. He aimed where other Six years ago it cost him See MICKELSON, B2 ter or told coach about, Watkins ” wanted to run and I just said to By THOMAS GRANT JR. BISON AT BULLDOGS along with some others, for a CLEMSON — He was perhaps said. keep it natural,” Watkins said. T&D Senior Sports Writer while. So we’ve got to prepare the only Clemson player who was Watkins was reduced to a “Just let the game flow and let it WHO: Howard (5-2, 4-1) at South for this team.” not looking ahead to Florida State cheerleader role on the sidelines come to me. ” WASHINGTON – Howard Carolina State (3-5, 2-3) Howard is coming off its own next week. Perhaps the only per- during the home opener against As deep and talented as the head football coach Gary “Flea” WHEN: 1:30 p.m. Saturday homecoming victory last week son among the 81,500 in the Ball State as he watched team- Clemson receiving corps is, Wat- Harrell has people talking about his alma mater’s football team again. In his second year, Harrell has WHERE: Oliver C. Dawson Stadium TV: none RADIO: WQKI (102.9 FM) and WOIC (1230 AM) over Morgan State 21-20. A botched snap on the PAT attempt by the Bears and interception by Bison linebacker Tabrian Resby building for No. 11 Clemson’s 41- 7 win over Furman who was not looking forward to the key divi- mate DeAndre Hopkins further his statistical head start over him. Hopkins added 95 more receiving kins demonstrated there might not be another receiver in the country that possesses his accel- College hoops the two first-round upsets pulled off by 15th seeds Norfolk State and Lehigh, this was a fairly predict- spoiled with during the 1980s and 1990s when it was truly “One Shin- ing Moment” after another. Those from a lack of star power aside from the head coaches, excitement and superior teams. Much like boxing in search of glory sional game next week in Talla- yards Saturday. eration, a rare burst that he com- the Bison (5-2, 4-1) off to their as the placekicker attempted to hassee, Fla., was receiver Sammy So as the team boarded the bines with strength, agility, good able tournament devoid of thrilling were the days when programs like and horse racing, it’s a sport that has best start in 19 years and has set he said during Tuesday’s MEAC pass for a 2-point conversion Watkins. buses and drove around Memo- hands and excellent long speed. buzzer-beaters, compelling story- Michigan, Duke, Georgetown, North seen a steep decline in play from 20 a goal of going undefeated over teleconference. “It’s going to be was the difference as Howard the final four games. a tough, tough match-up for us. snapped a seven-game losing On Saturday, Watkins was ea- rial Stadium for the run down the On the rushing touchdown he lines and “Must See” teams aside Carolina, Syracuse, Kansas, Arizona, years ago as it’s hard to imagine even ger to just get back on the field af- hill into the east end zone Sat- bolted around the right end of from the Wildcats. Kentucky, UNLV, North Carolina this year’s Kentucky team beating Standing in the way of ac- It’s going to be their homecom- streak in the series. I ter serving a two-game suspen- urday, Watkins wasn’t thinking the line untouched. At the second complishing that goal and pos- ing. South Carolina State is South Harrell has purposely down- sion for his May arrest on drug about Florida State, he was feel- level two Furman defensive backs miss “March Madness. ” (Not to mention the many games State, Villanova, Indiana and Georgia the Patrick Ewing-led Georgetown sibly earning the school’s first Carolina State. Buddy Pough is a played talk about the 10-game No, not this year’s just-com- charges. ing nervous. But Watkins didn’t had the angle on him, he simply played in the 50s and 60s, which for Tech made men’s college basketball a teams of the 1980s or even the Fab Mid-Eastern Athletic Confer- ence title since that 1993 season great coach. He does a great job as far as acquiring great talent. losing streak to the Bulldogs. Just like other ongoing losing streaks Watkins watched the Auburn look nervous Saturday. He looked broke the angle with his speed. THOMAS GRANT JR. pleted version of the 2012 NCAA those decades would have looked low haven of great teams with future Hall Five of the 1990s. game with Jeff Scott’s wife at the more like an All-American going “It was like he was just shot is a road match-up Saturday at South Carolina State (3-5, 2-3), His staff does a great job as far as scheme and having their guys to teams such as Hampton, he believes keeping his players fo- receiver coach’s home in Clem- untouched for a 58-yard touch- out of a cannon, Swinney said. ” T&D SENIOR men’s basketball tournament won in dominating fashion by the scoring). of Famers and heated rivalries only MIKE EWEN/TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT son, witnessing a narrow victory down run, the first rushing touch- “It was a thing of beauty. He is a AP I mean the “March Madness” that matched by college football. Bulldog quarterback Richard Cue eludes FAMU defender Bobby Jackson in the third quarter on the way to the end zone for South Carolina State’s second a team Howard has not defeated in a decade. ready to play. “They’ve been at the top of cused on what’s in front of them that undoubtedly would have down of his career, and catching special player and it doesn’t take Clemson’s Sammy Watkins runs on his way to a touchdown as Furman’s Greg Worthy (32) and Cortez Johnson (18) chase during the first half Saturday at SPORTS WRITER University of Kentucky. Aside from fans of men’s college basketball were The truth is the game is suffering See GRANT, B2 this conference along with Bet- been made a more comfortable four passes for 52 yards to help long to find him on the field. He touchdown on Saturday at Bragg Stadium in Tallahassee, Fla. S.C. State won “It’s going to be like walking Death Valley. into a wasp’s nest, I’ll tell you, ” hune-(Cookman) and FAMU, See BULLDOGS, B2 margin with his presence. Clemson (3-0) to its 30th straight is electric. ” the game, 27-20 in overtime.
    • SPORTS PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE: Index-Journal LATTIMORE BACK ON THE FIELD USC running back returns to action after recuperating from injury, 4B ALSO INSIDE: Campbell to make head coach debut, 4B McCormick looking for good start, 4B USC VS. VANDERBILT Edwards making move to Penske? Are the rumors true? Not if the No. 99 driver has anything to say about it 4B ALSO INSIDE: McCormick takes on powerhouse Lincoln County (Ga.) 4B Abbeville faces Fairfield Central 3B Erskine soccer teams gearing up 3B Sports B Sports B Nathan Christophel Thursday, August 30, 2012 JAMBOREE AT WESTVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL Evans joins Georgia Tech staff Former Lander University ASSOCIATED PRESS | FILE South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore (21) evades a tackle to score a second quarter touchdown during a game in Starkville, Miss., last October. men’s Former Lander men’s basketball coach accepted new position Tuesday Lattimore and his fellow Gamecocks kick off the IT’S FINALLY HERE . . . basketball coach 2012 college football season tonight against FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER By SCOTT J. BRYAN coaching at the top level in Division I. Tech’s summer camps Vanderbilt. “I’ve done about everything there is to do and coaching clinics Bruce KICK sbryan@indexjournal.com at different levels, but this is the one level I and direct the team’s Evans was It wasn’t easy for Bruce Evans to leave a had not had the opportunity to experi- community outreach and recently school eight miles from downtown Jack- ence,” said Evans, who coached Lander charity work. hired as sonville and eight miles from the beach. to a 68-78 record in five seasons and one “Bruce is a tremendous the director But Atlantic Coast Conference Country Peach Belt Conference tournament cham- addition to our staff,” Georgia of player THE 2012 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON KICKS OFF TONIGHT has its own pull. pionship in 2004-09 before resigning. “I Tech coach Brian Gregory said development Evans, the former Lander University understand the tradition of Georgia Tech in a news release. “His experi- at Georgia men’s basketball coach, accepted a job basketball and its history.” ence as both a college head coach Abbeville takes on Greenville Saluda versus Gilbert Dixie against Palmetto Tech. OFF Tuesday as Georgia Tech’s director of play- A 19-year coaching veteran, Evans, 42, and assistant will make an immediate er development. He spent three seasons as will work with the Yellow Jackets’ academic INDEX-JOURNAL an assistant at North Florida and is now services and compliance, oversee Georgia See EVANS, page 3B | FILE INSIDE Former UGA coach charged in Ponzi scheme 3B Sports B Friday, August 17, 2012 GREENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CALHOUN FALLS Kennedy has big plans Greenwood High School Finding replacements THE HEARTBEAT OF First game also a critical one quarterback Evin Sims, right, ran for final year By DARRYL SLATER PHOTOS BY MATT WALSH | INDEX-JOURNAL TOUGHNESS for 23 yards on A Northside Middle School cheerleader reacts after the football players ran through a banner too early Wednesday during five carries and a postandcourier.com Greenwood secondary to be tested during jamboree Greenwood Jamboree the football Jamboree at Westview Middle School. touchdown against Abbeville in the Abbeville Jamboree By SCOTT CHANCEY ing Class AAAA, Division II runner-up Time: 6:30 p.m. today Where: J.W. Babb Blue Flashes quarterback NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Perhaps the most anticipated season in the history of South Carolina football begins ON THE GRIDIRON team prepares for its final jamboree matchup Stadium, Greenwood on Saturday. Greenwood hosts schancey@indexjournal.com tonight against Class AAA power Belton- Teams: Ware Shoals vs. spent summer improving tonight, when the Gamecocks play at 7 at Vanderbilt, in a Greenwood High School’s defense is Honea Path, he’s once again worried about Boiling Springs, Emerald fittingly critical game. its jamboree known for more than just hard hitting. replacements for last year’s seniors in the vs. Newberry, Greenwood By CHENG SIO Coming off a school-best 11-2 record in 2011, the tonight. INDEX-JOURNAL | FILE The Eagles have also shown a knack for intercepting passes, picking off 13 in 2010 and 12 last season. secondary. Last season, Devante Parks, Otis Willis, See JAMBOREE, page 3B vs. Belton-Honea Path. Tickets: $6 Darling returns csio@indexjournal.com Gamecocks are ranked higher in the preseason than ever before, at No. 9. Tonight’s matchup with a Southeastern As coach Gene Cathcart’s two-time reign- CALHOUN FALLS — A.J. Kennedy Conference East Division opponent — just their third SALUDA DIXIE to Eagles after has dreams of grandeur for his final sea- son at Calhoun Falls Charter School. The senior quarterback said he wants opener against an SEC team since 1995 — gives them a chance for a positive start in their pursuit of their second ever berth in the conference championship game. Tigers Ready summer camp to capture a region title, win a playoff game, hopefully reach the Upper State title game — possibly See GAME, page 3B Pick 5: Unforgettable season openers to start at Harvard even the Class A state without or not Hornets to open championship game — before capping his career with a college scholarship offer. Here is the Pick 5 of memorable season-open- ers in college football history. carry, he brought the house down. With the Bulldogs down 15-2, Walker ran 16 yards for a touchdown, In theory, sounds busting through Tennessee season with little USC 42, ALABAMA 21 tacklers and running over dry run in-game experience great. In reality, it’s time for Kennedy to buckle down to make it all A.J. Sept. 12, 1970. The Sam “Bam” Cun- safety Bill Bates. By CHENG SIO happen. KENNEDY ningham Game. At this MIAMI 31, FLORIDA STATE 0 New offensive look csio@indexjournal.com Kennedy will start the season as the point the legends have Sept. 3, 1988. to also make debut For the Dixie High School team’s signal caller when Calhoun Falls probably overtaken the Bobby Bowden’s first Edgewood Middle School football team, the scrimmages, hits the road to take on Washington-Wil- reality, but this much is preseason No. 1 team By BEN BREINER the jamborees — or lack there- true: USC fullback Sam was loaded, with Deion A Brewer Middle School Bell Street Middle School’s Jalen Carter, right, hands the football player Greyham kes (Ga.) at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tiger Sta- bbreiner@indexjournal.com of, because of Mother Nature dium. Cunningham, who is black, Sanders, LeRoy Butler player tries to escape a ball off Wednesday against the Brewer Bulldogs during the Rushton runs the ball up — have ended. tackle during the jamboree. jamboree at Westview Middle School. field during the jamboree. The first big performance is The same goes for their Last year, Kennedy was thrust into ran for 135 yards and two and Sammie Smith, just to almost upon the Saluda High touchdowns on 12 carries name a few. And the Hurri- School football team. Tonight, opposition tonight, the Pal- playing quarterback after Austen Turman the players will take the stage metto Mustangs, who have at Legion Field in Birming- canes ripped the overcon- now moved up to Class AAA. ham against an all-white fident Seminoles to shreds, for the first time, but they’ll do When these two teams face See KENNEDY, page 3B it without one normal aspect of preparation. off at 7:30 p.m. for their sea- son opener at Mustang Stadi- Crimson Tide team. behind a ferocious defense anchored by Cortez Ken- Octavious makes his return ABBEVILLE A top tier A final run-through. The Tigers will open their INDEX-JOURNAL | FILE PHOTOS um, the air will be filled with anticipation and excitement, VOLLEYBALL UCLA 20, NEBRASKA 17 nedy and Russell Maryland ABOVE: Josh Martin makes a tackle against Lincoln County (Ga.) last year as a member of the secondary. Sept. 9, 1972 up front. season against the Indians BELOW RIGHT: Martin plays quarterback in the Upper State final game against Chesterfield. With starting but also but- Morgan back after buckling down in class and on the field New faces at 7:30 p.m. at Gilbert High terflies and The Cornhuskers School Athletic Field with- quarterback Kelly Bryant unable to play against Greenville tonight, Martin will have to play more quarterback were No. 1 and hadn’t lost NORTHWESTERN 17, nervousness. out the benefit of a preseason jamboree after rain forced the cancellation than safety, which might be an issue since he’s the only returning starter in the secondary. In the end, it might a game since 1969. The Bruins were coming off a NOTRE DAME 15 Sept. 2, 1995. By BEN BREINER bbreiner@indexjournal.com of long scores. Morgan had the team’s first touchdown of the season against South Aiken kicker to step up boil down to and looked every bit the dynamic playmaker of a match- ABBEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL whichever two-win season. Northwestern was the Through all of last season, the myth and he was billed to be. up in Aiken last Friday. team can best handle Led by Mark Harmon, yes the actor, running a worst. Simple as that. For years, the Wildcats epito- specter of Octavious Morgan persisted around The high of last Friday night stood in stark White reflects on It means the DOMINO EFFECT the Greenwood High School football the first Fri- TRAVIS newly installed wishbone mized football futility. contrast to the day in the summer of game-winning play team had to focus on the in-game mechanics of d ay n i g ht lights of the year. HARRIS Dixie vs. “It’s going Palmetto for Wildcats offense, UCLA snapped Nebraska’s 32-game unbeaten streak. Harmon There was no reason to expect anything different in 1995. Then the Wild- team. The stories of his ninth-grade exploits took on near mythic-tones: once he broke an 80-yard run to tie 2011 when his coaches told him he was not eligible to play for the com- ing season. By CHENG SIO csio@indexjournal.com DOUG getting dif- PAINTER ferent units to come down to Time: 7:30 p.m. today Ninety Six team moves up passed for 65 yards and ran for 71 and a touch- cats, a 28-point underdog, beat the ninth-ranked a game, then minutes later, after the Eagles got a stop, went another 80 on “I felt sad man; I was like about to cry,” Morgan said. “I let my team on and off who has had MATT WALSH | INDEX-JOURNAL ABBEVILLE — After every Saluda vs. Gilbert the field this week, and coach Doug Bryant’s absence the most preparation, who has Where: Mustang Stadium Greenwood High School center Daniel Darling is the anchor for the offense. His goals not only include athletic accolades and championships, but also to graduate with honors and attend a small college. to Class AA this season By BEN BREINER down at the Los Angeles Coliseum and Efren Her- Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Stadium. one play for the winning score. But last season, he could only down. I couldn’t do nothing. Like I tried so hard to play that year, and Clemson Tigers win, Abbev- ille High School senior kicker Time: 7:30 Tickets: $6 rera hit a 29-yard field goal Northwestern had not watch and wonder what might have when I found out I couldn’t play, it p.m. today Where: Gilbert High Painter admitted it was a con- might impact had the best preseason,” Dixie coach Travis Harris said. “It is such a short bbreiner@indexjournal.com to provide the winning mar- gin with 20 seconds left. opened the season with a victory since 1975. The been had academics not kept him off the field. It took all of one half last OCTAVIOUS MORGAN just ripped me apart.” But through it, he said he stayed Luke White said he wakes up the next morning with a smile on his face. cern. By BEN BREINER Considering it was Harvard, make that way He talked about interest from the Air Force NINETY SIX — Great players come Wildcats were far from School Athletic Field Tickets: $6 “It’s not l i ke pl ay- ing a whole season opener time before you play your first contest.” Palmetto coach Jody LeC- roy added, “We know that in bbreiner@indexjournal.com outside. “I kind of look at it this way,” Darling said of Academy, a strong academic institution, but wasn’t sure he wanted to leave the Carolinas. and go at Ninety Six High School, but los- ing them does not seem to trouble Wild- GEORGIA 16, TENNESSEE 15 Sept. 6, 1980 done, going on to win the Big Ten Conference and Friday for Morgan to show Eagles fans what positive with the dream of what he called a they’d been missing. The junior’s varsity debut as a start- “major comeback.” It stared with buckling down in the class- This past S a t u r d a y, Twitter: White woke W g a m e . At Game 1, you usually make a hen most high school players making the trip to the Ivy League campus. “I Future concerns aside, Darling is projected cats coach Beth Miller. She preaches what Herschel Walker’s play in the Rose Bowl for @IJBENBREINER By CHENG SIO ing wingback/cornerback allowed for only room and working more closely with his up with a least you get lot of mistakes and stuff. We’re talk about the football camps kind of know going in, I just haven’t … had my to be the 6-foot-2, 260-pound heart of the she calls first game. And on his first the first time since 1949. out in your game attire and get csio@indexjournal.com five touches on offense. He made the most grin, but just trying to improve each they attend during the sum- name out there really long. So going to a place Eagle offensive line, the player coach Gene The Wildcat the kids on and off the field in week and we’ll see what hap- SEASON PREVIEWS Information from the Associated Press of them with 138 rushing yards and a pair See RETURN, page 2B i t w a s n’ t game-type situations,” Painter ABBEVILLE mer, they like to brag about like Clemson, Carolina is kind of a long shot. Cathcart called, “The heartbeat of our tough- Way, and pens (tonight).” because ness.” Darling is coming back, along with A said Monday. “We didn’t get bbeville High School sophomore Dixie, which is coming off going to big-time schools Plus, I’d rather go to a smaller school.” with the Sunday: Girls tennis quarterback Kelly Bryant will not Tevin Sims and Darius Middleton returning at the Tigers team los- Monday: Boys swimming Emerald City rivalry to be rekindled at the net to do that, so I’ve got a little a 2-8 season and hasn’t had a such as Clemson University It hardly fits the standard college outlook concern about that. I think if play in the season opener, coach winning campaign since 2000, tackle, after settling in as a starter in 2011. won since LUKE Jamie Nickles said. and the University of South Carolina, or small- for prep players, but this is the same player ing a strong Tuesday: Girls golf we practice well this week, we’ll lost more than half a dozen “He’s a very smart kid, and that’s kind of their season WHITE be ready.” But it’s not Bryant’s absence Nick- seniors and has a new quar- er in-state schools they have their eyes on. But who strode into the Greenwood coaches’ g r o u p o f Wednesday: Cross-country les is more worried about, rather the seniors, TODAY: Volleyball doesn’t start until this week- It comes as a somewhat domino effect Bryant’s absence has on the rest of terback who has never taken a Greenwood center Daniel Darling camped at a office Wednesday wearing a T-shirt from his end. inauspicious start to a Saluda the roster. snap in Trent Willey. Further- school slightly outside the usual profile. advanced placement biology class. See DARLING, page 3B i n c lu d i n g By BEN BREINER the last few months implementing their the game.” season brimming with promise more, the Hornets hired offen- two-time Lakelands Player of the Year bbreiner@indexjournal.com plans for their programs. Sargent said she thought her team Instead, White was relieved Dating back to last season, Josh Martin will start sive coordinator Frank Brown born of young talent, especially not only because he kicked the on defense. in place of Bryant for the third time in four games to run their new double-wing Jenny Bailey, and moving up to Class Although the teams played a pre- held its own against Greenwood on Sat- game-winning extra point in The Indians team Saluda as he leads the back-to-back Class A, Division I offense and defensive coordi- nator Robin Ashley to guide “You always love having a second-year guy being at that same position. You go through AA, Miller made it known the goals and When the volleyball teams from Greenwood and Emerald high schools season match at a tournament at Lander last Saturday, they are relative urday and did not get “thumped” by the larger crosstown school. overtime, but had his Panthers will face lost several key pieces See ABBEVILLE, page 3B expectations haven’t changed a bit. from last year, and it moves to Class AAA this season. Line- their new 4-4-3 defense. With only one scrimmage that first year, you have a learning curve. Now, him being the center of our offense with “We’ve had other great volleyball play- meet at 6:30 tonight, it will mark the unknowns to each other. The Eagles (1-0 overall) have tradition- lost to Woodruff last week, he Abbeville vs. Greenville ers here in this school district, and some- second consecutive season both teams “I really don’t know what to expect ally gotten the better of the rivalry, includ- might have been one of the backer Collins Shirley is gone, after leading Gilbert in tackles Time: 7:30 p.m. today under their belts — the Hor- nets couldn’t compete in the those two other seniors returning on our edge, the offense jells really quickly.” body’s always stepped up and took the will be led by first-year coaches. from them,” Holder said. “We played ing last season when Greenwood, then accomplices in the defeat. for two consecutive seasons with more than 118 each time. Where: Dennis Botts Field at Hite Stadium Tickets: $6 Abbeville Jamboree and Region 1-A Jamboree because — Andy Rousey challenge and done what they’re supposed GINA The Vikings’ Gina Sargent and them in the tournament (Saturday). coached by Valerie Sewell, twice swept DEBBIE “I knew that if we had lost in Greenwood coach Debbie Holder came They’ve got a good team, but I believe See SALUDA, page 3B On the air: 92.9 FM WZLA Twitter: @IJCHENGSIO See DIXIE, page 3B Greenwood High School co-offensive line coach See WILDCATS, page 3B SARGENT in during the summer and have spent we have better qualities and we’ll win See RIVALRY, page 3B HOLDER See KICKER, page 3B
    • SPORTS PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily Under 20,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE: The Times and Democrat SPORTS SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 25-26, 2011 / SECTION B THE Kristin Coker TIMES E10 — SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 2012 THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT | WWW.THETANDD.COM. ◆ HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ◆ AT THE TIMES AND DEMOCRAT | WWW.THETANDD.COM SPORTS RTS 6, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2012 / SECTION B PICKING ING A N D D E M O C R AT Kevin Crosby Sam Felder Tyrell Maxwell Michael Wamer ALSHON ON PLAYERof BAMBERG-EHRHARDT ORANGEBURG-WILKINSON The Times and Democrat EDISTO WOODLAND Former Calhoun County, South Carolina star could ar THE YEAR slip into 1st round of draft LAKE MARION’S MIKE WILLIAMS Stories by T&D Sports Editor Brian Linder; By BRIAN LINDER T&D Sports Editor photographs by Larry Hardy and Christopher Huff of The T&D Steve Spurrier cannot help but think Alshon Jeffery will hear effery r his name called in the first round of the NFL Draft tonight. ft Despite what the draftniks say, despite all the projections, , Mike Williams idolizes Alshon Jeffery. the South Carolina Gamecocks coach has seen what Jeffery y “He came from the Lowcountry and I come can do up close and personal for the past three years. ears. from the Lowcountry, Williams said. “He was a ” So, Tuesday, during a teleconference, Spurrier said he ier e basketball player, and I am thinks someone will take Jeffery during tonight’s first roundd of the NFL Draft, which is slated to air live on the NFL Net- - a basketball player too, but, work at 8 p.m. like him, I think football is ONLINE “He’s a tremendous receiver with probably the e going to be my decision in @TheTandD. Robert Coleman best hands of any receiver I’ve coached, Spurrier was ” college.” com HEROES OF THE T&D GRIDIRON quoted as saying. “His ability to go up and catch (the the With offers from Geor- football) in a crowd. Alshon is really something. ” See highlight DENMARK-OLAR Playing in the toughest football conference in the he gia, Alabama, Clemson and South Carolina in hand, the video of T&D nation, the former Calhoun County and Gamecocks ks Player of the star’s numbers speak for themselves. It took him just m t junior Lake Marion receiver three years to get his name plastered onto the side of ide f figures to have an opportu- Year Mike Wil- By EMERY GLOVER Williams-Brice Stadium, a recordbreaking receiver. But er. nity to make that decision and liams, plus Elite Online News Editor questions lingered about Jeffery’s work ethic, his size and follow in Jeffery’s footsteps. Of 11 videos of top T his speed. He seemingly answered those concerns at South ns course, it won’t necessarily be offensive player hey don’t have superpowers. Carolina’s Pro Day in early April, showing up at 215 pounds and running a sub-4.5, 40. because Williams is the same Sean Odom, top They don’t have a state-of-the-art arsenal to choose from to fight evildoers. They type receiver as Jeffery. In defensive player have no secret hideouts or fancy cars with cool gadgets. There’s not even a sidekick Because of that, Jeffery very well could see his name called late tonight. Houston (pick 26) is is s to aid them in their every move. But they are heroes. thought to be looking for a wide receiver, and San Francisco (29) could use another big target. More n fact, look at the film David DeLeon Think about it. They are the guys that younger players look up to because and the 6-4, 185- and Lineman of See SUSPENSE, B2 SUSPENSE, US E pounder more of their abilities. They are the guys that strike fear in the hearts of the the Year opposition. They are gridiron marvels ... and for good reason. closely favors Javonte Brown Guys with the talent levels of Lake Marion’s Mike Williams another of Calhoun ALSHON JEFFERY: and Orangeburg-Wilkinson’s Sam Felder don’t just show up in a South County. Plus, school’s receiving corps ready to haul in pass after pass thrown in their direction. That sort of talent is rare and college recruiters ONLINE Caro- check out 183 Catches linaprep Sports are quite aware of this duo’s capabilities. Their highlight films are Get more all over the country and especially not hard to find on the Inter- star Editor Brian net. But they’re not the only ones. Take KC Crosby. Just one of Bamberg’s Fantastic Four, the 3,042 Yards news on today’s NFL Draft hoop- ster/ Linder’s thoughts on the junior standout can be easily spotted on the field. His speed and strength make him a vital asset to the team. 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As two of the best offensive linemen in The T&D Region, these two are capable highlights featuring him going up high above of keeping the opposition at bay as skill players go to work. Every team has people doing one or two things particularly well, but there is at least one person who does many things After Luck & RGIII, it’s anxious time for players tonight See WILLIAMS, B2 well. For this “band of heroes, that ” would be Edisto’s Tyrell Max- By DENNIS WASZAK JR. Clemson and South Carolina previews, B3 they might walk onto the stage, shake ner from Baylor, is comforted by al- well. The junior athlete can run, AP Sports Writer Commissioner Roger Goodell’s hand ready knowing he’ll be a member of throw and defend. back there for an hour and it’ll feel better than to put much stock in the and hold up the jersey of the team the Redskins. But he thinks he might Then, of course, there are NEW YORK — Andrew Luck like you’ve been back there for five predraft chatter. with which they’ll start their pro- actually miss the draft-day jitters. those who don’t necessarily knows exactly where he’s heading, days,”’ Southern California tackle “I stopped paying attention to all fessional career. Well, at least a little bit. OFFENSIVE PLAYER of of DEFENSIVE PLAYER need the ball to make a play. and so does Robert Griffin III. Matt Kalil said. “I’ll be sweatin’ up a of that stuff, said Kalil, attending an ” “For Luck and RGIII, they know “It kind of puts yourself at ease, he ” O-W’s Jadar Johnson, B-E’s For the rest of the college stars pre- storm back there, and I want to have NFL event at a playground in Man- what’s going on and they know where said, “but it does kind of rob you of Nicholas Halmon, Bethune- paring for the NFL draft Thursday my name called and not have to wait hattan. “No one really has a clue. they’re going to live and all that kind that natural draftee experience where Bowman’s Bernard Mack and night, the anxiety is building. No- too long. ” Unless you’re the GM of a team, you of stuff, Alabama safety Mark Bar- ” you don’t know where you’re going Woodland’s Michael Wamer don’t need the ball to make a play because they find the ball and force turn- overs ... and they love disrupting offenses. body is looking forward to the green room at Radio City Music Hall. “It kind of made me a little ner- vous when we were talking to the commissioner and he said, ’You’ll be He shouldn’t have to worry much about that. Most mock drafts project Kalil to go third overall to Minnesota after Luck heads to Indianapolis and Griffin to Washington. But he knows don’t really know who a team is going to pick, so you just let it all play out. That’s the approach for the nearly two dozen other players who’ll be at Radio City and have no idea when ” ron said. “A lot of us other guys, we’re still wondering where we’re going to be living for the next however many years. ” Griffin, the Heisman Trophy win- and you’re in limbo. ” Added South Carolina defensive end Melvin Ingram: “Yeah, I guess See DRAFT, B2 THE YEAR THE YEAR Consider them the T&D Region’s mightiest heroes. Coaches look to these players when the game is on the line ... and right- fully so. Individually, each brings something to the table mak- OPS’ SEAN ODOM B-E’S DAVID DeLEON Nick Halmon ing him a great asset to his respective team. But what happens when you take these 11 guys and put them on the field to- Red Raiders start quest for state title BAMBERG-EHRHARDT gether? The possibilities could very well make coaches smile from ear to ear knowing the level of combined talent that could be assembled. But for now, these Avengers are merely Ex-SCSU Sean Odom’s schedule is set. In search of an official scholarship offer to Walt Wilson fell in love with David De- Leon’s film. ELITE 11 PROFILES, E2 a dream team of talented individuals. assistant By THOMAS GRANT JR. T&D Senior Sports Writer Latta (a potential opponent Saturday) got everybody back. are nothing to the point that any of them have overthrown. play football on the next level, the Orange- burg Prep Indians’ wide receiver will travel During the selection process for the Shrine Bowl, Wilson, the head coach at Mike Williams BAMBERG — The annual It’s going to be real tough for us to beat them. ” Some or most of our games are probably five innings, so they to Campbell and Presbyterian. He has already Calhoun County High School who was To see videos of the Elite 11 visit TheTandD.com/elite11 LAKE MARION Blacknall April rite of passage of pur- suing state championships resumes again tonight in Horton is encouraged by a young but formidable five- man staff with sophomore haven’t had a chance to pitch a whole lot. ” The opening pitch for to- paid Coastal Carolina a visit. “It would be great (to play on the next level), Odom said. “I love football, and it ” the defensive line coach for the South Carolina Sandlappers in the all-star game, kept noticing the bowling-ball- T&D PHOTOS would be a great opportunity that not many like DeLeon in the middle of the Bam- dies in Ala. Raiderville. Two years have passed since Bamberg-Ehrhardt last added to its S.C. High School League- Sumner Cooler, Chris Sweat- man, Kodi Jamison, Joe Crosby and Anthony Chandler, who won a playoff game last year night’s game and Saturday at home is 6 p.m. Tonight’s T&D Region people get. And not many people take full ad- vantage of it, but I plan to continue pursuing it berg-Ehrhardt line. And, so, despite the fact that the 6- and working hard at it. ” 0, 270-pound Miami of Ohio com- record total of titles won. This as an eighth-grader against prep playoff games Just looking at the statistics, it is hard mitment may have not been one of By THOMAS GRANT JR. year’s quest could potentially Latta. SOFTBALL T&D Senior Sports Writer see the road to the champion- “I feel better about our (Class A) to imagine Odom is still in search the state’s most heralded defensive ship going through David Hor- pitching than I did last year, ” Military Magnet at Bamberg-Eh- of a college to call home. A re- linemen, Wilson chose him to play HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — As ton Field as the Red Raiders Horton said. “I don’t have any- rhardt. 5 p.m. peat T&D All-Area first team in the Shrine Bowl. defensive coordinator for 12 will enjoy home field advan- body that’s that much above St. John’s at Branchville. 6 p.m. selection, he was the region’s “DeLeon is just a hard-nosed years at South Carolina State, tage in the District and Lower anybody else pitching-wise, Blackville-Hilda at Chesterfield. most productive receiver over kid, Wilson told The T&D then. ” Ben Blacknall rarely coached State brackets as long as they but ... they don’t walk that 6 p.m. a group which did not rank SPECIAL TO THE T&D remain in the postseason. many people. They’ve walked the past two seasons, accumu- “When you’re running a three- Former S.C. State assistant Ben Blacknall (Class 2-A) near the top of all Football Yet despite a 19-1 overall re- very few people this year. ” Woodland at Silver Bluff, 5:30 lating a combined 111 recep- man front, you need a nose guard Championship Subdivision der Blacknall. “Everybody re- coaching staff, Jones said in ” cord, head coach David Hor- Offensively, freshman Gar- p.m. tions for 2,123 yards and 32 that is just hard-nosed. He just programs. spected him and enjoyed being a school press release. “I lost ton’s biggest concern entering rett Ziegler has emerged as a BASEBALL touchdowns. His performance comes off and plays hard every While producing future around him. ” a good friend today and the tonight’s home opener against “pleasant surprise, according ” (Class A) this season — 54 receptions snap. That is what the kid does.” NFL defensive linemen Rob- On Wednesday, Blacknall university lost a good man. His Cross is neither pitching nor to Horton, hitting over .600. Cross at Bamberg-Ehrhardt, 6 for 1,032 yards and 19 touch- For the past two seasons, DeLeon ert Porcher, Chartric Darby was found dead from a dia- services at the university were hitting. Instead, it’s whether Returning veteran Will Medlin p.m. and Anthony Cook and Ca- betic come in Huntsville, Ala. greatly appreciated. He will be B-E is playoff-tested enough is hitting .580, Landon Sandi- downs — was good enough has been a key cog in the Red Raiders’ Baptist Hill at Branchville, 6 nadian Football League Hall He had just completed his missed. ” after once again dominating fer has started to come around p.m. to earn him The T&D’s 2011 offensive and defensive front. Per- of Fame linebacker Joe Mont- sixth season as defensive line During Blacknall’s tenure Region 5-A. along with Crosby. (Class 2-A) Offensive Player of the Year haps then it should come as no sur- ford, Blacknall was revered by coach and recruiting coor- at A&M, he coached a num- “Certainly the competition “I think we’ve got good Woodland at Swansea his colleagues and players. dinator with Alabama A&M ber of All-Southwestern Ath- in our conference was not as enough hitters we can scratch “He was an inspiration to under head coach and former letic Conference defensive strong, he said. “We played ” around a few runs here and Contact the writer: tgrant@ See ODOM, B2 See DeLEON, B2 Bernard Mack some pretty good competition Larry Cann there,” Horton said. “But Demetrius Odom everyone who played under- S.C. State offensive coordina- linemen, including Jeremy timesanddemocrat.com or neath him,” said S.C. State tor Anthony Jones. Maddox, Chris Traylor and in Myrtle Beach (The Mingo none of the pitchers are over- by calling (803) 533-5547. defensive line coach David “My condolences go out to Bay Classic) and we did OK. pitched. The innings that Follow him on Twitter@ See BLACKNALL, B2 We just have to wait and see. BETHUNE-BOWMAN BAMBERG-EHRHARDT BAMBERG-EHRHARDT Blanchard, who played un- his family, the team and the they have pitched this year TandDSports.
    • SPORTS PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions CombinedTHIRD PLACE: The Post and Courier Sports NFL Goodell reaffirms suspensions in HIGHER EXPECTATIONS CSU men’s basketball earns SECTION C MORE SPORTS PAGE C7 bounty case, C2 rare preseason accolade, C3 Luke Reasoner C Wednesday, October 10, 2012 POSTANDCOURIER.COM Contact: Malcolm DeWitt, mdewitt@postandcourier.com THE OCEAN COURSE, KIAWAH ISLAND || THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 2012 Pour by the Shore Sports AL BEHRMAN/AP OUTDOORS Sergio Romo and the San Give sporting clays a shot, C8 Francisco Giants survived elimination with an extra-inning 2-1 win over the Reds on Tuesday. Six inches of rain make for a ‘surreal’ buildup C Sunday, August 5, 2012 POSTANDCOURIER.COM Contact: Malcolm DeWitt, mdewitt@postandcourier.com Giants The birthplace of avoid GENE SAPAKOFF The forecast: sweep Clemson 10-2 and USC, too AMERICAN GIANTS 2, REDS 1 (10) BY JOE KAY GOLF Associated Press W Harleston Green, established ait ’til this year. The first year South Carolina and Clemson CINCINNATI — Hardly able to get collide in a college football game with both programs ranked among in 1786, was first golf club a hit, the San Francisco Giants used a misplayed grounder to prolong their the nation’s top 10. Winner? Not sure yet. But both the in the United States NL playoff series. Tigers and Gamecocks will depart Third baseman Scott Rolen’s two- Death Valley on Nov. 24 with identical, if not equally relished, 10-2 out error in the 10th inning gave the records. Giants the go-ahead run Tuesday Both have national star power — night in a 2-1 victory over the Cincin- Marcus Lattimore and Jadeveon nati Reds, who couldn’t shake 17 years Clowney for South Carolina, Sammy Watkins and Tajh Boyd for Clemson. of home postseason futility. They have some new blockers and The Giants avoided a sweep in Game old depth issues. 3, cutting their division series deficit Both have Sunshine State road to 2-1. games that might decide division titles: Clemson at Florida State on Rolen, an eight-time Gold Glove Sept. 22, South Carolina at Florida winner, couldn’t come up with on Oct. 20. Joaquin Arias’ short-hop grounder, A football spin around the bobbled it and threw late to first. Palmetto State, via the best backroads and barbecue joints in “I’ve gone through the play many the country (records do not include times in my mind between then and postseason): now, and I think I would play it the South Carolina same way,” Rolen said. “It hit my glove. I just couldn’t get it to stick.” RISING I know. I know. You want to congratulate me for my 12-0 prediction for the Gamecocks last season. Well, thanks. While Stephen Garcia/Connor Shaw and Co. were The Giants managed only three hits against Homer Bailey and Reds relievers, but got two of them in the USC’s BY DARRYL SLATER dslater@postandcourier.com Clowney C 10th — along with a passed ball by OLUMBIA — Back at home in Rock WADE SPEES/STAFF not perfect, they did set a school record with 11 victories. Can you Ryan Hanigan — to pull it out. San Hill, Josenna Clowney has already believe South Carolina is 8-0 over Francisco won despite striking out watched the play several times on her the last two seasons against 16 times. DVR — and marveled at it. TWEETS FROM KIAWAH INSIDE Clemson, Florida, Georgia and SARAH WELLIVER/THE ISLAND PACKET Tennessee? Sure wins: East Carolina (Sept. 8), UAB (Sept. 15), Wofford (Nov. 17). Sure losses: None. This diorama, displayed in the Harbour Town Lighthouse Museum and Shop in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island, was created by R.N.S. Whitelaw and illustrates the 1786 match at Harleston Green in downtown Charleston. “We kept scratching and clawing down two games to none,” reliever Jeremy Affeldt said. “That’s the way it putting There was her son, Jadeveon, lining up and leaning forward, his fingertips pressed into the grass at Williams-Brice Stadium on Keegan Bradley C2 BEHIND is in the playoffs.” Saturday night. South Carolina led Georgia (@Keegan_Bradley) THE SCENES Probable wins: at Vanderbilt BY GENE SAPAKOFF || gsapakoff@postandcourier.com Cincinnati finished with four hits, together 21-0 with 4:21 left in the first half. The Bull- T ABOVE (Aug. 30), Missouri (Sept. 22), at Kentucky (Sept. 29), Tennessee just one after the first inning. dogs, desperate for a touchdown, went for it Best part about majors my mum comes and Th O The Ocean Course will not The ball folks smacked around a Charleston pen- the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island, but golf in (Oct. 27), Arkansas (Nov. 10). insula field also used for cattle shows and horserac- the Lowcountry — and all of America — can be Left-hander Barry Zito will pitch on fourth down and goal at the 2-yard line. folds/does my laundry and cooks for me! only challenge the world’s special Probable losses: at LSU (Oct. 13). Helmet scratchers: Georgia Game 4 today for the Giants, who Across from Clowney was Georgia’s left #thatswhatimtakinbout greatest golfers but also CBS, ing wasn’t a Titleist, it was a “feathery.” There were traced to 1786 and the South Carolina Golf Club’s have won t he last 11 t imes he tackle, Kenarious Gates. (Oct. 6), at Florida (Oct. 20), at Clemson (Nov. 24). no tee boxes 226 years ago, or flagsticks, or putting Harleston Green course. started. The ball was snapped. Clowney burst out of which broadcasts the PGA Barometer game: Georgia. Odd surfaces. “Everything new is old again, and vice versa. In The Reds have to decide whether to his stance and took three quick steps, moving Lee Westwood (@WestwoodLee) Championship for the 22nd to wait so long for a big test, but the schedule is nicely paved until the gauntlet begins. Record: 10-2. Maybe the SEC Research indicates Harleston Green was a rough but busy rectangle wedged between streets we know as Calhoun and Beaufain from Rutledge to Charleston, that’s particularly true,” said Harlan Greene, a Senior Manuscript and Reference Archi- vist at the College of Charleston libraries whose try ace Johnny Cueto, forced out of the opener in San Francisco on Saturday with spasms in his back and side. season initially to his right — the outside edge of the play. Gates tried to cut-block him by rolling into his legs. Instead of going around Gates, Raining! Again! Another weather delay at Kiawah. Get used to it this week. straight year championship game. Definitely Barre. name coincidentally matches the subject. Clowney leaped over him, just as Gates was another nice bowl game. Slaves apparently served as the earliest “finders” Definitive Harleston Green research is found in Please see GIANTS, Page C4 about to hit his knees. Gates wasn’t even com- WADE SPEES/STAFF C3 WOFFORD GRAD pletely on the ground yet, just bent over. Jonathan Byrd (@JByrdpga) Gywn Evens shields her mother, Alice, from the rain as they take a photo IN THE FIELD THE REST Clemson (later dubbed caddies). They often cleared Ameri- “The Carolina Lowcountry, Birthplace of Ameri- during Wednesday’s practice round for the PGA Championship. The Perhaps you heard about the ca’s first official golf club of children and animals, can Golf, 1786” by late historian Dr. George C. With seamless high hurdler form — Excited to play in South Carolina’s first major Tulsa, Okla., residents have been volunteering at PGA Championships William McGirt, a Boiling Orange Bowl, Clemson’s 70-33 deba- lead with the right leg, drag the left, keep cle against West Virginia. That led to yelling “fore” to forewarn. Championship. The PGA Championship at Kiawah! for years — Alice since 1988 and Gwyn since 2002. Springs resident, is one of defensive coordinator Kevin Steele’s The 2012 PGA Championship starts this week at Please see HARLESTON, Page C4 running — Clowney sprinted straight at quarterback Aaron Murray. He had to rush Thanks for all the support out there today! seven players with ties to the Kiawah’s Ocean Course set dismissal. Brent Venables, the much respected new guy, must have bet- a pass to Rantavious Wooten, who was Palmetto State ter tackling from linebackers such ONLINE stopped where he caught it, at the 1-yard as sophomores Tony Steward and Today on TV line. As Gates pulled himself off the grass, Dustin Johnson (@DJohnsonPGA) Stephone Anthony. Or, Clemson will have to score 71 points. Sure wins: Ball State (Sept. 8), Furman (Sept. 15), at Duke (Nov. 3). or coverage of the 94th PGA Championship at Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course, go to NLDS: St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals, 1 p.m. (MLB) he turned around, looked into the backfield and perhaps wondered what in the world just happened. Played the front nine today! Ocean course is in such good shape. Glad to be in my home state for a major. to test world’s best golfers C4 TOP 10 PGA CHAMPIONSHIPS Sure losses: None. NLDS: San Francisco Giants at postandcourier.com/pga BY JEFF HARTSELL PGA Championships have Probable wins: Auburn (Sept. 1), Cincinnati Reds, 4 p.m. (TBS) Please see CLOWNEY, Page C3 jhartsell@postandcourier.com at Boston College (Sept. 29), Georgia Tech (Oct. 6), at Wake Forest (Oct. ALDS: Baltimore Orioles at MORE ONLINE produced a lot of drama Follow us on Twitter: 25), Maryland (Nov. 10), N.C. State KIAWAH ISLAND — The 94th PGA Championship begins today at the Ocean (Nov. 17). @postandcourier ALDS: Detroit Tigers at Oakland Course, the last of golf’s four major titles to be contested for the year. Probable losses: at Florida State (Sept. 22). and use the hashtag #pgachamp For more coverage of the 94th PGA And for the last three days, the world’s best players have worked over Pete Dye’s C5 IS LEFTY RIGHT Helmet scratchers: Virginia Tech TRAVIS BELL/SIDELINE CAROLINA Championship at Kiawah Island’s Ocean oceanside layout, described as a “monster” by Spain’s Jose Maria Olazabal. “Ollie” FOR U.S.? (Oct. 20), South Carolina (Nov. 24). Like us on Facebook: should know, as he’s the only man in the 156-player field who played the Ocean Barometer game: Right away, facebook.com/ThePostandCourier Course, go to postandcourier.com/pga Mickelson on the against Auburn in Atlanta. Offensive coordinator Chad Morris Please see SAPAKOFF, Page C4 First Baptist finding success High School Football Players of the Week OFFENSE: Christian Hart SCHOOL: Wando Follow us on Twitter: Course back in 1991, in the Ryder Cup known as the “War by the Shore.” Spectators have made their way through Johns Island’s rural roads, paid $20 to park and boarded buses bound for the far end of Kiawah Island. Autographs have been signed, TV studios set up, and there’s a purse of $8 million up for grabs. Ryder Cup bubble HIGHLIGHTS FROM SATURDAY AT THE OLYMPICS playing 8-man SCISA football POSITION: Quarterback HEIGHT: 6-2. WEIGHT: 200 YEAR: Senior Hart passed for more than 200 yards for the seventh @postandcourier and use the hashtag #pgachamp But the six inches of rain that have soaked the Ocean Course in the past week, much of it in the last two days, also has dampened the fairways and the atmosphere. C6 TEE TIMES Woods, McIlroy, Johnson and Bradley all tee “It’s been kind of a quiet, surreal, un-major-like buildup so far,” said Northern FOR MORE COVERAGE FROM THE LONDON OLYMPICS, GO TO POSTANDCOURIER.COM/OLYMPICS Online winning or losing.” straight week. He completed 19 of 29 passes in a 56-35 Like us on Facebook: Ireland’s Graeme McDowell, the 2010 U.S. Open champion. off before 9 a.m. today First Baptist decided to make the victory over West Ashley, finishing with 276 yards and For more Lowcountry move last winter. The Hurricanes are three touchdowns. facebook.com/ThePostandCourier high school sports playing an independent schedule be- Hart coverage, go to cause SCISA rules don’t allow mem- hsprepzone.com bers to compete in 8-man football if DEFENSE: Mac McCurry the school has more than 45 boys in SCHOOL: Summerville PHILIP M. BOWMAN grades 9-12. POSITION: Linebacker High Schools 11-man football. “We have 60 to 70 boys, but the HEIGHT: 6-1. WEIGHT: 190 “It’s been fun,” McCombs said. kids were not interested in playing YEAR: Sophomore MATT SLOCUM/AP ELISE AMENDOLA/AP CHARLES KRUPA/AP PETR DAVID JOSEK/AP F irst Baptist’s move to 8-man “It’s a hoot,” said coach Will McCombs, whose team is 7-0 after “We hadn’t won a game in three football appears to be just what years, so it was sort of like beating the struggling program needed. our heads against a wall. We were football,” McCombs said. “We didn’t have a chance, couldn’t catch our breath in 11-man football and it af- down to 12 men last year and had to fected interest. Now, we are generat- forfeit some games because of inju- ing more interest. We have 18 players McCurry McCurry recorded 16 tackles in Summerville’s 17-10 victory over Fort Dorchester. He logged eight solo stops and had one tackle for a loss. Coaches can make nominations for The Post and Courier Michael Phelps headed into retirement the Serena Williams became only the fourth LeBron James and the United States men’s Kerri Walsh Jennings (top) and Misty only way imaginable by winning his player in tennis history to complete a basketball team survived an Olympic test, May-Treanor advanced to the quarterfinals suffering through three consecutive ries. We were going in just hoping to players of the week until noon Monday by calling 18th career Olympic gold medal. C5 “Golden Slam”. C5 holding off Lithuania, 99-94. C5 after defeating the Netherlands. C5 winless seasons playing SCISA stay alive rather than Please see BOWMAN, Page C2 937-5592 or by email at pbowman@postandcourier.com
    • SPORTS PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions Combined SECOND PLACE: Herald-Journal Mike McCombs
    • SPORTS PAGE DESIGN PORTFOLIO Daily 20,000-50,000 & Over 50,000 Divisions Combined PRO BASEBALL: CHICAGO’S PHIL HUMBER HURLS PERFECT GAME C4 COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA SUNDAY SPORTSFIRST PLACE: SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 • WWW.THESTATE.COM • SECTION C The State Meredith Sheffer GAINING MOMENTUM STEPHON GILMORE’S choice to play for USC helped establish a strong recruiting trend for the Gamecocks. He hopes to make just as big of an impact on the NFL By JOSH KENDALL jkendall@thestate.com W hen the time came to “Coach Spurrier harped on do- decide if he would enter ing something that has never this year’s NFL Draft or been done before,” said South NFL DRAFT return for his senior Carolina’s DeVonte Holloman, WHEN: 1st season in college, Ste- who was Gilmore’s classmate at round, Thursday, phon Gilmore decided he had South Pointe and responded to done enough at South Carolina. the same recruiting pitch. “We 8 p.m.; 2nd-3rd “I think I gave my all to the had a good chance to come in rounds, Friday, 7 University of South Carolina,” and play our freshman year, and p.m.; 4th-7th Gilmore said. we were close to home so what rounds, Satur- The most important thing Gil- better place to do it?” day, noon more gave the Gamecocks might The idea of building some- WHERE: New have been his word. In October thing rather than just being part 2008, Steve Spurrier was coming of something appealed to York off a 6-6 season and in the midst Gilmore. TV: ESPN of a 7-6 one, typical fare for the “I could have went to Alabama, Gamecocks. Meanwhile, Nick LSU, all the big schools, but I INSIDE Saban was dangling all of Ala- wanted to start something new at bama’s history and tradition to South Carolina and come here C6: The top try to lure Gilmore out of Rock and try to get a winning team,” he cornerbacks Hill’s South Pointe High. said. in the draft Rather than carry a knife to a It was a big moment for the gun fight against the Crimson Gamecocks, and it started a C7: Mock draft; Tide, Spurrier used his pro- trend. Gilmore was the first of team capsules gram’s lack of pedigree as his selling point. SEE GILMORE PAGE C6 PHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM DOMINICK/TDOMINICK@THESTATE.COM AND THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Benedict’s base-stealing bandits BASEBALL USC 5, AUBURN 3 S ELWYN YOUNG punctuates almost every statement with Benedict steals nearly Quick-strike a hearty laugh. Mostly that is because Young loves the idea that he and his Bene- eight bases per 6th boosts dict College team are get- ting away these days with game and is Gamecocks grand larceny on a public led by stage. Michael By RYAN WOOD Ron “The art of stealing never Jordan’s Special to The State Morris changes. It’s up to you to 61 LB Dantzler saw the baseball hooking perfect it,” Young says, and through Columnist he howls with laughter. “It’s 32 sharp toward the right-field foul pole, its like Picasso painting or games. destination seemingly inevitable. rmorris@ thestate.com Barbra Streisand singing Jordan is Too many promising blasts have ended ‘Guilty.’ ” pictured as warning-track outs recently for South Benedict’s base-stealing here Carolina’s cleanup hitter to get high attack is the baseball ver- during hopes. This one, Dantzler thought, was practice. doing the same. Or it was going foul. GERRY MELENDEZ/GMELENDEZ@THESTATE.COM SEE MORRIS PAGE C10 SEE USC PAGE C5
    • SINGLE SPORTS PAGE DESIGN Daily Under 20,000 Division SPORTS SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 25-26, 2011 / SECTION B THETHIRD PLACE: TIMES A N D D E M O C R AT The Times and Democrat PLAYERof THE YEAR Kristin Coker LAKE MARION’S MIKE WILLIAMS Stories by T&D Sports Editor Brian Linder; photographs by Larry Hardy and Christopher Huff of The T&D Mike Williams idolizes Alshon Jeffery. “He came from the Lowcountry and I come from the Lowcountry, Williams said. “He was a ” basketball player, and I am a basketball player too, but, like him, I think football is ONLINE going to be my decision in @TheTandD. college.” com With offers from Geor- gia, Alabama, Clemson and See highlight South Carolina in hand, the video of T&D junior Lake Marion receiver Player of the figures to have an opportu- Year Mike Wil- nity to make that decision and liams, plus Elite follow in Jeffery’s footsteps. Of 11 videos of top course, it won’t necessarily be offensive player because Williams is the same Sean Odom, top type receiver as Jeffery. In defensive player fact, look at the film David DeLeon and the 6-4, 185- and Lineman of pounder more the Year closely favors Javonte Brown another of Calhoun South County. Plus, Caro- check out linaprep Sports star Editor Brian hoop- ster/ Linder’s football thoughts on the player — All-Area Team at Summer- the preps blog. ville’s A.J. Green. As with the current Cincinnati Ben- gals’ wide receiver, who was listed at 6-4, 184, at Summerville, Williams’ film is full of highlights featuring him going up high above See WILLIAMS, B2 OFFENSIVE PLAYER of THE YEAR of DEFENSIVE PLAYER THE YEAR OPS’ SEAN ODOM B-E’S DAVID DeLEON Sean Odom’s schedule is set. Walt Wilson fell in love with David De- In search of an official scholarship offer to Leon’s film. play football on the next level, the Orange- During the selection process for the burg Prep Indians’ wide receiver will travel Shrine Bowl, Wilson, the head coach at to Campbell and Presbyterian. He has already Calhoun County High School who was paid Coastal Carolina a visit. the defensive line coach for the South “It would be great (to play on the next Carolina Sandlappers in the all-star level), Odom said. “I love football, and it ” game, kept noticing the bowling-ball- would be a great opportunity that not many like DeLeon in the middle of the Bam- people get. And not many people take full ad- berg-Ehrhardt line. vantage of it, but I plan to continue pursuing it And, so, despite the fact that the 6- and working hard at it. ” 0, 270-pound Miami of Ohio com- Just looking at the statistics, it is hard mitment may have not been one of to imagine Odom is still in search the state’s most heralded defensive of a college to call home. A re- linemen, Wilson chose him to play peat T&D All-Area first team in the Shrine Bowl. selection, he was the region’s “DeLeon is just a hard-nosed most productive receiver over kid, Wilson told The T&D then. ” the past two seasons, accumu- “When you’re running a three- lating a combined 111 recep- man front, you need a nose guard tions for 2,123 yards and 32 that is just hard-nosed. He just touchdowns. His performance comes off and plays hard every this season — 54 receptions snap. That is what the kid does.” for 1,032 yards and 19 touch- For the past two seasons, DeLeon downs — was good enough has been a key cog in the Red Raiders’ to earn him The T&D’s 2011 offensive and defensive front. Per- Offensive Player of the Year haps then it should come as no sur- See ODOM, B2 See DeLEON, B2
    • SINGLE SPORTS PAGE DESIGN Daily Under 20,000 Division LATTIMORE BACK ON THE FIELD USC running back returns to action after recuperating from injury, 4B ALSO INSIDE: Campbell to make head coach debut, 4B McCormick looking for good start, 4BSECOND PLACE: Sports B Evans joins Georgia Tech staff Index-Journal Former Lander University men’s Former Lander men’s basketball coach accepted new position Tuesday basketball By SCOTT J. BRYAN coaching at the top level in Division I. Tech’s summer camps coach sbryan@indexjournal.com “I’ve done about everything there is to do and coaching clinics Bruce at different levels, but this is the one level I and direct the team’s Evans was It wasn’t easy for Bruce Evans to leave a had not had the opportunity to experi- community outreach and recently school eight miles from downtown Jack- ence,” said Evans, who coached Lander charity work. hired as sonville and eight miles from the beach. to a 68-78 record in five seasons and one “Bruce is a tremendous the director But Atlantic Coast Conference Country Peach Belt Conference tournament cham- addition to our staff,” Georgia of player has its own pull. pionship in 2004-09 before resigning. “I Tech coach Brian Gregory said development Evans, the former Lander University understand the tradition of Georgia Tech in a news release. “His experi- Nathan Christophel at Georgia men’s basketball coach, accepted a job basketball and its history.” ence as both a college head coach Tuesday as Georgia Tech’s director of play- A 19-year coaching veteran, Evans, 42, and assistant will make an immediate Tech. er development. He spent three seasons as will work with the Yellow Jackets’ academic INDEX-JOURNAL an assistant at North Florida and is now services and compliance, oversee Georgia See EVANS, page 3B | FILE CALHOUN FALLS GREENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL Kennedy has big plans THE HEARTBEAT OF for final year TOUGHNESS Blue Flashes quarterback spent summer improving By CHENG SIO Darling returns csio@indexjournal.com CALHOUN FALLS — A.J. Kennedy to Eagles after has dreams of grandeur for his final sea- son at Calhoun Falls Charter School. The senior quarterback said he wants summer camp to capture a region title, win a playoff game, hopefully reach the Upper State title game — possibly at Harvard even the Class A state championship game — before capping his career with a college scholarship offer. In theory, sounds great. In reality, it’s time for Kennedy to buckle down to make it all A.J. happen. KENNEDY Kennedy will start the season as the team’s signal caller when Calhoun Falls hits the road to take on Washington-Wil- kes (Ga.) at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tiger Sta- dium. Last year, Kennedy was thrust into playing quarterback after Austen Turman See KENNEDY, page 3B VOLLEYBALL New faces to step up for Wildcats Ninety Six team moves up MATT WALSH | INDEX-JOURNAL Greenwood High School center Daniel Darling is the anchor for the offense. His goals not only include athletic accolades to Class AA this season and championships, but also to graduate with honors and attend a small college. By BEN BREINER bbreiner@indexjournal.com By BEN BREINER Considering it was Harvard, make that way He talked about interest from the Air Force NINETY SIX — Great players come bbreiner@indexjournal.com outside. Academy, a strong academic institution, but and go at Ninety Six High School, but los- “I kind of look at it this way,” Darling said of wasn’t sure he wanted to leave the Carolinas. ing them does not seem to trouble Wild- W hen most high school players making the trip to the Ivy League campus. “I Future concerns aside, Darling is projected cats coach Beth Miller. She preaches what talk about the football camps kind of know going in, I just haven’t … had my to be the 6-foot-2, 260-pound heart of the she calls they attend during the sum- name out there really long. So going to a place Eagle offensive line, the player coach Gene The Wildcat mer, they like to brag about like Clemson, Carolina is kind of a long shot. Cathcart called, “The heartbeat of our tough- Way, and SEASON PREVIEWS going to big-time schools Plus, I’d rather go to a smaller school.” ness.” Darling is coming back, along with with the Sunday: Girls tennis such as Clemson University It hardly fits the standard college outlook Tevin Sims and Darius Middleton returning at team los- Monday: Boys swimming and the University of South Carolina, or small- for prep players, but this is the same player tackle, after settling in as a starter in 2011. ing a strong Tuesday: Girls golf er in-state schools they have their eyes on. But who strode into the Greenwood coaches’ “He’s a very smart kid, and that’s kind of g r o u p o f Wednesday: Cross-country Greenwood center Daniel Darling camped at a office Wednesday wearing a T-shirt from his seniors, TODAY: Volleyball school slightly outside the usual profile. advanced placement biology class. See DARLING, page 3B i n c lu d i n g two-time Lakelands Player of the Year Jenny Bailey, and moving up to Class “You always love having a second-year guy being at that same position. You go through AA, Miller made it known the goals and expectations haven’t changed a bit. that first year, you have a learning curve. Now, him being the center of our offense with “We’ve had other great volleyball play- ers here in this school district, and some- those two other seniors returning on our edge, the offense jells really quickly.” body’s always stepped up and took the — Andy Rousey challenge and done what they’re supposed Greenwood High School co-offensive line coach See WILDCATS, page 3B
    • SINGLE SPORTS PAGE DESIGN Daily Under 20,000 Division IT’S FINALLY HERE . . . FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER THE 2012 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON KICKS OFF TONIGHTFIRST PLACE: Abbeville takes on Greenville INSIDE Former UGA coach charged in Ponzi scheme 3B Sports Saluda versus Gilbert Dixie against Palmetto B Friday, August 17, 2012 Index-Journal Greenwood High School quarterback Evin Sims, right, ran for 23 yards on five carries and a touchdown against Abbeville in the Finding replacements Greenwood secondary to be tested during jamboree Greenwood Jamboree Time: 6:30 p.m. today By SCOTT CHANCEY ing Class AAAA, Division II runner-up Where: J.W. Babb Nathan Christophel Abbeville Jamboree schancey@indexjournal.com team prepares for its final jamboree matchup Stadium, Greenwood on Saturday. tonight against Class AAA power Belton- Teams: Ware Shoals vs. Greenwood hosts Greenwood High School’s defense is Honea Path, he’s once again worried about Boiling Springs, Emerald its jamboree known for more than just hard hitting. replacements for last year’s seniors in the vs. Newberry, Greenwood tonight. The Eagles have also shown a knack for secondary. vs. Belton-Honea Path. INDEX-JOURNAL intercepting passes, picking off 13 in 2010 Last season, Devante Parks, Otis Willis, Tickets: $6 | FILE and 12 last season. As coach Gene Cathcart’s two-time reign- See JAMBOREE, page 3B SALUDA DIXIE Tigers Ready to start or not without Hornets to open season with little dry run in-game experience By CHENG SIO New offensive look csio@indexjournal.com to also make debut For the Dixie High School football team, the scrimmages, By BEN BREINER