Tag: Dillon County

Lake View Football Defeats South Robeson

The Lake View Wild Gators varsity football team traveled to Rowland, N.C., on Friday, August 31, and returned home with a 54-6 win.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dillon Wildcats Hand Loss To Latta’s Varsity Football Team

The Dillon Wildcats handed a loss to the Latta Varsity football team on Friday night. (with photo gallery)

County Football And Cheerleader Registration Underway

The Dillon County Recreation League football and cheerleader registration will be held through September 4th.

DHS Football Players Help Methodist Men Construct Handicap Ramp

On Saturday, August 4, beginning at 6:30 a.m., the Main Street United Methodist Men met at a residence in Little Rock to construct a handicap ramp.

Seven-On-Seven Football Underway

The Dillon Wildcats varsity football team is hosting teams from the area in seven-on-seven competition at the three practice football fields located behind Dillon High School off of Hwy. 301 North on Tuesday and Thursday evenings through the end of June.

PHOTO GALLERY: Ring Ceremony Held For Dillon Christian School Champion Football Team

The Dillon Christian School Warriors 2017 SCISA 1-A State Champions Football Team was honored on Tuesday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. at the school’s gym with players, coaches, and honored guests receiving rings and cheerleaders receiving pendants.

DHS Football Ring Ceremony Held

The Dillon High School Wildcat 2017 3A 15-0 State Champions Football Team was honored Sunday at 4 p.m. at the new District Four Auditorium with players, coaches, and managers receiving rings and cheerleaders receiving pendants.

Jackson Hayes Takes Another Step In Football Career

Jackson Hayes took another step in his football career by signing with Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., today (Wednesday, December 20), at Dillon High School, Dillon, S.C.

Carmichael Completes Second Football Season At Guilford

Sophomore JT Carmichael (Dillon, S.C./Dillon) recently completed his second football season at Guilford College.

Dillon Beats Gilbert In Football

veraging over 500 yards a game in total offense for the year, the Gilbert Indians ran into a huge stumbling block in their quest for a perfect season and a trip to a state title in the 3-A high school classification.