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Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School Girls Varsity Tennis falls to Hanahan High School 0-5

Monday, October 19, 2015 4:30 PM Hanahan High School AWAY 5 Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School HOME 0 Meet Recap Final tennis match Hannahan 5, Orangeburg Wilkinson High School 0 ending hope to reach the Play-off. Thanks to Bruins Varsity tennis team for hard and giving their all out effort this season. The scores are as following

Last Second Heroics Lead to Victory

Our Bruins made us all proud on Homecoming night this past Friday. They played a team (Berkeley) with a prolific offense and managed to hold them to just 14 points for the night. On the other side of the ball, they managed to put 20 points on the board using a variety of offensive weapons.

Girls’ Tennis in Final Week of Season

Girls’ Tennis was also effected by last week’s weather and its associated aftermath. Tennis, too, has been forced to condense and revise its remaining schedule. In order to get in all of its region matches, the Girls’ Tennis team will play the following schedule in its final week of regular season competition: Monday 10/12 OW

Volleyball Schedule Revised

Football was not the only sport impacted by the recent weather phenomenon. Volleyball, too, has been forced to condense and revise its remaining schedule. In order to get in all of its region matches, the Volleyball team is cancelling its matches with Branchville and Lower Richland (originally scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, 10/14 and 10/15

Football Schedule Finalized

After a great deal of deliberation, Region VIII AAA has decided to play an abbreviated region schedule (playing only 4 games instead of 5). This change is necessary because of the inclement weather that caused school closures around the state this week. “With only 3 weeks left in the season, we are fortunate that we

Patience is a Virtue

We wanted to let everyone know that all athletic events for the week of October 5 – 9, 2015 have been cancelled. As of Wednesday, any schedules for the remainder of our fall sports’ seasons have not been finalized. We are continuing to work with Athletic Directors, Coaches, and Principals from all the schools involved

Bruin JV “Dubb It Up” on Stall Warriors

On a night when the weather was uncertain, the Bruin JV Football squad was definite in determining the outcome of their game with the R.B. Stall Warrior JV. Led by the “never stop moving” running skills of #23 Deon Haynes and strong offensive line play, the Bruins built an 18 – 6 halftime lead. In