NWTF Expects Another Great Turnout for Turkey Shoot

NWTF Expects Another Great Turnout for Turkey Shoot

Recreational and experienced sporting clays shooters from across the country are primed for the National Wild Turkey Federation’s (NWTF) annual Turkey Shoot at the Meadows National Gun Club in Forsyth, Georgia. The National Sporting Clays Association-sanctioned Mega Blast Shoot that regularly draws more than 500 participants is scheduled for August 15–17. “The Turkey Shoot is […]

From The World U23 Rowing Championship in Varese, Italy

From The World U23 Rowing Championship in Varese, Italy

Submitted by August Wherry, Hobart College ’16, an Edgefield Grandson. (Hobart College rowers representing USA made it to the semifinals in their first heat on Wednesday, in the World Championship Regatta.) Greetings from Varese, Italy! After restless hours of travel and adjusting to the six hour time change, Rob and I have finally settled in […]

Apply Online for Deer Lottery Hunts Through August 15

Apply Online for Deer Lottery Hunts Through August 15

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will open applications for deer lottery hunts on public lands beginning July 1 and ending August 15. Beginning this year applicants will only be able to apply and pay online. Paper applications will no longer be available. Previously accumulated preference points will apply. The waterfowl/quail lottery links will be […]

 Primitive Weapon Deer Hunts Scheduled This Fall at Thurmond Lake

 Primitive Weapon Deer Hunts Scheduled This Fall at Thurmond Lake

CLARKS HILL, S.C. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers J. Strom Thurmond Project Office will host primitive weapon deer hunts this fall at the Bussey Point management area, located in Lincoln County, Georgia. The Corps hosts these hunts annually to maintain the deer population within the carrying capacity for the area and to improve the quality of the herd. […]

State Antler Records Down Slightly This Year

State Antler Records Down Slightly This Year

The most recent round of white-tailed deer antler measuring conducted by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources revealed 222 new records, including one Boone and Crockett qualifier. Each spring S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife Section personnel make a concerted effort to measure deer racks throughout the state, with a major session during the […]

Edgefield County “O” Zone Headed to State

Edgefield County “O” Zone Headed to State

Edgefield County 11-12 year old All Stars won the District 3 Tournament in Ridge Spring.  The tournament started Friday, June 20, when Edgefield County defeated Mid-Carolina 11 – 2.  Saturday, EC defeated Abbeville 11 – 1 in five innings.  Sunday, EC defeated Saluda 11 – 1 in 5 innings.  EC had a bye Monday night.  […]

Two from County Attend Camp Wildwood

Two from County Attend Camp Wildwood

Last week two locals, Jessica Gibson and Leigh Northrop participated in Camp Wildwood at Kings Mountain State Park in York, South Carolina. The camp is sponsored by the Garden Club of South Carolina, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the South Carolina Wildlife Federation, Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund, and the South Carolina State […]

Vic Radcliff to Coach Wardlaw Baseball

Vic Radcliff to Coach Wardlaw Baseball

Wardlaw Academy Headmaster Stan Whitlock announced today that former North Augusta High School Baseball Coach Vic Radcliff would be joining the Patriot Family next year as the new head coach of the baseball team.  Coach Radcliff served nine seasons as the head coach of the North Augusta High School program following sixteen years as a […]

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