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Way Too Early Prediction Part 3

Today, we sit just two weeks away from the unofficial kickoff of the 2017 football season as the WCTEL Kickoff Classic is coming up on August 4th. Hang in there guys, we’re almost there! Today I’m going to look at the last four regular season games on the schedule and give my Way Too Early […]

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Pre-Season Rankings

While stuck in the purgatory of football-less July, you do get a nugget of hope from time to time. The South Carolina High School Sports Report has issued their pre-season rankings. We all know they mean absolutely nothing, other than a starting point for the regular season rankings. The Sports Report does not even give […]

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Way Too Early Predictions Part 2

Earlier this week we took a look at the first three games on the Panthers schedule in our Way Too Early Predictions article and today we’ll do the same, starting with weeks three through five. Can football just get here already?!? Lincoln Co. vs A-Town @ Hite Stadium Week 3 Are there two schools that […]

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Way Too Early Predictions

July is a wonderful, yet terrible month. Wonderful for all that July has to offer. Hot summer days, beach trips, family bar-b-ques, 4th of July celebrations. Honestly, July has just about everything you could ask for, except one thing. Football. For those of us that are chomping at the bit to see the “toe touch […]

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Abbeville Hosts 7 on 7

Sunshine and blue skies was the perfect backdrop for the Abbeville High School FCA 7 on 7 scrimmage, that took place Tuesday morning. Eight teams made the trip to A-Town to work on their passing, route running, catching and defensive pass coverage skills. The day started at 9am with all of the teams participating in a devotion […]

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1 Down 52 to Go

The Abbeville Panther varsity football team took to the practice fields this morning and worked for about two hours. The sun was out in full force and today began the first official day of summer practice. It was 85 degrees at 11am, add in the humidity and the temps pushed over 90. Add in the […]

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Two Panthers Land on All-Lakelands Team

Zach Overholt and Bryce Jackson parlayed their stellar junior seasons into some post-season accolades. Both Panther baseball players were named to the All-Lakelands team, which is put together by the Index Journal at the end of each season. Bryce Jackson, Panther starting shortstop and pitcher, was this year’s South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association’s Player of the Year.  Jackson had a […]

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Post Spring Depth Chart

Spring football has come and gone for the Panthers and the coaching staff has put together a depth chart heading into summer camp. Of course this is a ever moving and changing list. The coaching staff will put the best product on the field and it’s ultimately up to the players to decide where they […]

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Spring Game Observations

A few hundred Panther faithful grabbed a seat to watch the defending AA State Champs buckle their chin straps for their annual “Garnet and White Spring Game” Thursday evening at Hite Stadium-Dennis Botts Field. The sun-splashed afternoon saw big plays, turnovers, touchdowns, big hits and gave fans just enough of a football fix, to hold […]

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2017 Football Summer Schedules

A reminder for all football players. A Physical must be turned in to being your summer workouts! By law, there are no exceptions. The weight room will be closed June 5th through June 11th. Week 1 workouts will resume on June 12th at 9am. See the attached pics for the full schedule. The Summer Football […]

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Spring Game Tonight!

The defending, back to back AA State Champions will begin their march toward a third consecutive state title tonight at Hite Stadium – Dennis Botts Field with their annual Spring Game. The admission is free and the action will begin at 6pm. Check back in with atownpanthers.com for a complete Spring Game wrap up and the […]

Abbeville shuts out Liberty for homecoming win

By: Sarah K Spencer, Index Journal ABBEVILLE— In the midst of a season jam-packed with blowout wins, the Abbeville Panthers had a modest seven-point lead over the Liberty Red Devils in the second quarter. With seven minutes before halftime, the Panthers lined up about a foot away from their own end zone, too close for […]

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Abbeville rallies to remain undefeated

By MONTE DUTTON, Index Journal NEWBERRY — After congratulating his team on a 32-21 win over previously unbeaten Hartsville, Abbeville coach Jamie Nickles looked up to the heavens and said simply, “I love this place.” Setzler Field, normally home of the Newberry College Wolves, was the neutral site of Friday night’s matchup of the Class […]

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Abbeville prevails against Mid-Carolina

By SARAH K. SPENCER, Index Journal Up 13-0 in the second quarter thanks to rushing touchdowns on back-to-back drives by Cortney Jackson, Abbeville’s defense found itself in unfamiliar territory — its own. Mid-Carolina had driven down the field and stood 11 yards away from a one-score game. On fourth down, the Rebels went for it, […]

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Abbeville remains unbeaten after tie

By: Michael Christopher, Index Journal LINCOLN COUNTY, Ga. — Abbeville High School football coach Jamie Nickles at times thought he was watching an old boxing classic Friday night at Larry Campbell Stadium. “They hit us in the mouth early and it took us a little while to recover,” the Panthers coach said. “I felt like […]

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Abbeville continues to dominate

By SARAH K. SPENCER, Index Journal Emerald collided with a garnet and gold brick wall and ricocheted backward. In a 34-0 thrashing by Abbeville on Friday, the Panthers held the Vikings to 159 yards of offense, denying opponents an offensive touchdown through three wins. Standing on new turf in Frank Hill Stadium’s end zone, Abbeville […]

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Abbeville shuts out Woodruff in rout

By RIXON LANE, Index-Journal ABBEVILLE— It isn’t often that the term “video-game” numbers is used to describe a defense. Two games into the season, however, the Abbeville Panthers’ unit appears to playing on a different level. After holding Ninety Six to zero offensive points in a 26-7 win last week, the Panthers shut out high-powered […]

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Abbeville stifles Ninety Six in season opening victory

By: By DAVID ROBERTS, Index Journal Abbeville’s defense gave Ninety Six all it could handle and then some Saturday night in a 26-7 win to open the season. Quarterback Jamie Gray tossed two touchdowns, Cortney Jackson ran for one and the Panthers limited the Wildcats to 90 yards on 53 plays. Ninety Six’s lone score […]

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Due to the rain, the Abbeville vs. Ninety-Six game has been cancelled. It will be played at 6 PM on Saturday (8/20/2016) at Abbeville’s Hite Stadium.

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Greenwood jamboree a learning opportunity

By: Michael Christopher, Index Journal Abbeville 21, McCormick 0 The defending Class 2A Division II state champion Abbeville used a plethora of running backs to work its way methodically down the field in a victory against McCormick. The Panthers saw Jermaine Blackwell, TJ Rogers and JR Rapley have strong runs for big gains. Despite […]

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Jamboree filled with varied results

By: Michael Christopher, Index Journal ABBEVILLE —Fans were in full force literally and physically at the West Carolina Tel Kickoff jamboree at Abbeville High School. The jamboree kicked off with a Calhoun Falls 10-point victory, then saw back-to-back shutouts by Crescent and Ninety Six before Abbeville defended its home turf against Newberry. JR Rapley scored […]

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How much do you know about staying hydrated? Presented by VNN

Staying hydrated is important to your health, and is one of the best ways to ensure that you are playing your best. Unfortunately, many athletes overlook just how important water is in maintaining top-level performance. Think you know everything there is to know about proper hydration? Take the quiz below sourced from Active.com’s 15 Hydration […]

SCHSL Fall 2017 Key Dates – Presented by VNN

Even though it’s only halfway through Summer, we’ve compiled a handy reference guide to the key dates coming for this Fall season from the SCHSL 5-Year Sports Calendar. Feel free to bookmark! (Note: These dates are listed as tentative by the SCHSL, so be sure to double-check before making any major arrangements.) Dead Week – July 23-27 1st Practice […]

Who should your NBA team pick in the first round? – Presented by VNN

This Thursday in Brooklyn, the thirty teams that make up the NBA will select who they hope could be the future of their franchises in the NBA Draft. Starting with the Philadelphia 76ers (who acquired the top pick from Boston last week), months of scouting, workouts, and interviews culminate with the five minutes that each […]

Should High School Basketball Players Be Able to Declare for the NBA Draft? – Presented by VNN

As Americans, we tend to fall in love with our rising stars who are breaking out on the national stage at a young age.  At 18, all eyes were on Patrick Kane as he started his professional hockey career with the Chicago Blackhawks. Nobody blinked twice when MLB’s Bryce Harper was selected to the National League […]

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