Bob Jenkins, longtime coach and a founding member of the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association, died overnight, the SCACA told its members in an email.
Database summaries from 2013 outdoor high school season
The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Classic announced today going forward starting in 2013 cross country season all Coaches Classic meets will be renamed The Bob Jenkins' Coaches Classic.
Beaufort alumna Kaila Smith talks about traveling to Central America and how she performed.
Austin Poisson of Socastee recaps his high school career and talks about the future.
Connor Roudabush of Stratford recaps his career and discusses the future.
COLUMBIA – A half dozen members of the South Carolina USATF will be on the track at Lower Richland High Friday and Saturday, representing the association as officials overseeing the various running events at the SCHSL’s State Track and Field Championships.
USATF South Carolina Junior Olympics in Rock Hill and New Balance Nationals in Greensboro, N.C. start today.
Beaufort alumna Kaila Smith looks back at her career and the future.
Batesburg-Leesville's Megan Goodson talks about her college decision and future.
Runners, co-workers, fishing buddies and family came to celebrate the life and passion of longtime York County coach Bob Jenkins, who died Monday at age 79. (via www.heraldonline.com)
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Lisa Nichols, a junior from Fort Mill, is raising money for Muscular Dystrophy Association kids who can’t walk, let alone run. (via www.heraldonline.com)
If Peyton Moore could have scripted his last weekend of life, it might have gone like this: (via The Post and Courier) (pictured left on photo stand throwing turbo-javelin)
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