Dionte Hargrove, a.k.a. “SMASH,” has taken his game to the West Coast to California where he attends college playing as a strong side linebacker for the Long Beach City Vikings.
It was déjà vu last Friday. The Blue Jackets, sporting a 3-2 record going into the game started at their own 28 yard line and in ten plays they were in the end zone with a 7-0 lead. After the ensuing kick off, an on-side attempt that failed, it took the ‘Cats just seven plays to tie the game and the rout was on again with Dillon winning its sixth straight game, 49-7.
The DC Cats girls softball team will hold tryouts for the upcoming 2011 season on Saturday, October 2nd at the City of Dillon Sports Complex.
Former Lake View resident Kyle Spivey is working on a new show for NBC that will be premiering in October.
Dillon Christian School’s head football coach and athletic director resigned on Monday night after a meeting of the DCS school board.
The Angel Elite 10u softball team of Pembroke, Dillon, Fairmont, and Rowland finished first place in the North Carolina USFA Tournament held at Pine Level, NC on September 11 and 12.
The Dillon City Council would like to remind the public that there are state statutes governing golf carts and that these laws must be followed by citizens.
The Latta Athletics (A’s) 10u travel baseball team won 1st place in the Silver Seed Division in the Labor Day Celebration Tournament.
Dillon’s J V Martin football team has tied the school record for consecutive win streak with their 18th win. The Wildcats defeated the Palmetto Bulldogs of Mullins on Wednesday, September 8, by a score of 32- 0.
The Wilson Tigers were overwhelmed by the Dillon Wildcats, 35-7, at Florence’s Memorial Stadium Friday night. The Wildcats broke open a halftime 14-7 lead with 21 unanswered points in the second half, 14 coming in the final 12 minutes.