(Sports) Video: LOL! Atari Bigby Says He Attended ‘University of Jah, Rastafari High’

I wonder how quick someone from the NFL will send for Bigby to get drug tested?!  smdh!!!!

Chargers safety Atari Bigby declared his school to be ‘University of Jah, Rastafari High’ during last night’s intros.

http://youtu.be/1_v9feYBQxc

(Sports) Hartsville’s Shaw commits to High Point

 Hartsville point guard Jaylen Shaw tells WPDE Sports that he’s excited to be a part of the High Point family.  The 2012 WPDE All-Hoop Zone selection committed to play for the Panthers on Monday.  Shaw averaged 19 points and 6.5 assists a game to help Hartsville win its first ever boys state championship.  Shaw scored 14 points in the state title game victory over Southside in Columbia last March.

  Shaw is considered one of the top point guard prospects in South Carolina and a contender for 2013 WPDE Mr. Hoop Zone Trophy.  Shaw chose to play for the Big South school over offers and interest from Evansville, Furman, Wichita State, Radford and Winthrop. 

(Sports) MidlandsPrep: Strong Start For Cavs

Richland Northeast opened the 2012 football season with a 28-21 win over South Aiken on Friday at Harry Parone Stadium.

South Aiken suffered a potentially devastating injury in addition to the defeat. Quarterback Bo Baldwin, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound junior who is considered one of the top prospects in the nation, left with an injury to his right hand early in the first quarter. Baldwin suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in the fourth game last season.

 

(Sports) Prep Football: SHS blanks Stallions 17-0

Sumter High School’s 2-quarter scrimmage against Lee Central in the 31st Annual SHS/Sertoma Club Football Jamboree on Friday started with a flash: the Gamecocks’ Antonio Rembert streaking down the sideline for an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on the opening play.

Less than three minutes of game clock later, there was another flash: this a bolt of lightning just beyond Memorial Stadium that caused a 30-minute delay. And while SHS went on to a 17-0 victory over the Stallions, head coach Paul Sorrells wishes his team would have been able to play without the delay.