After a solid showing at the East Carolina Beast of the East 7-on-7 tournament on Saturday, one of Conway’s most versatile athletes liked being in Greenville, N.C., so much he decided to commit to attend college there.
The first images of a May 26 incident at Conway High School involving longtime football coach Chuck Jordan and 17-year-old student Kabrian Javar Hickman were released by the Conway Police Department on Wednesday.
The attorney representing longtime Conway High football coach Chuck Jordan hopes to see charges levied against Jordan — and a 17-year old student — dismissed after their alleged roles in a “physical” on-campus altercation.
As investigators at Conway High School and Horry County Schools look into what transpired in a Friday incident involving longtime football coach Chuck Jordan, a substitute teacher and a student, the family of the young man allegedly involved is crying foul.
The City of Myrtle Beach recently replaced the nearly 9-year-old playing surface at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. While the new one is all the craze, the old Duraspine field remains the conversation nationwide.
Last week, former Green Sea Floyds football coach Tony Sullivan accepted the role as defensive coordinator at Broome High School. Located in Spartanburg, he will coach under new Centurions head man Lynn Fleming.
Under most circumstances, taking a phone call during an athletic contest would be a no-no for Shane Fidler. Tuesday wasn’t your normal state of affairs for the Colleton County soccer coach, however, awaiting a phone call that would bring the end to one pursuit — and the start of a whole new one.
Sure, football would weigh heavily in Aynor football standout Caleb Jenerette’s decision to attend either South Carolina or Coastal Carolina, doing so as a preferred-walk-on. While the thrill of the gridiron is great, it also is fleeting. With that in mind, it was academics that inevitably had the final say.
Things seemed to be on the up-and-up for Tony Sullivan. Mere months removed from leading Green Sea Floyds to one of the more successful football seasons in its history, he was looking forward to building a program that lasted well beyond his days on the sideline.