For the second year in a row the Hartsville Red Foxes faced the South Pointe Stallions for the 4-A state championship. Last year the Stallions defeated the Red Foxes for their third consecutive state championship, and their fifth overall since 2008.
White In a battle of 12-1 Berkeley and 12-1 Hartsville many people predicted a Berkeley victory. On paper it is understandable whey many felt that way. The Stags had a 2,000 yard passer, a 1,900 yard rusher and a 1,000 yard receiver.
Two Hartsville High School student-athletes signed letters of intent Nov. 10 to play collegiate athletics beginning next year. Saquita Joyner will travel just down the road and play basketball for the Coker College Cobras.
The Hartsville Red Foxes opened the first round of the 4-A playoffs with a convincing 45-6 win over the Bruins of Orangeburg-Wilkinson. The win pushed the Foxes record to 10-1, while Orangeburg-Wilkinson finished their season at 3-8. Continuing a recent
The county rivalry game between the Hartsville Red Foxes and the Darlington Falcons turned into a complete mismatch as the Foxes won 35-3. The win runs the Foxes record to 9-1 overall and a perfect 4-0 in the region.
The Hartsville Red Fox football team traveled to Crestwood last Friday to take on the Knights in a big conference game. The Red Fox defense completely dominated the entire night as the Foxes rolled to a 48-0 victory.
The Hartsville Red Foxes won a big conference game on homecoming with a 33-10 victory over the visiting Lugoff-Elgin Demons. The win ran the Red Foxes record to 7-1 and 2-0 in the conference. Lugoff dropped to 5-3 with a 2-1 conference.
The Hartsville Red Foxes opened the conference part of the schedule with a 41-18 victory over the Lakewood Gators on the road this past Friday night. Coming off a huge win against Abbeville and playing an opponent that has struggled in the past
The Hartsville Red Foxes took on the defending 2-A State Champions Abbeville and came away with a 28-21 victory at Newberry College this past Friday night. The win avenged a 35-21 loss last year to the Panthers.
As the Red Fox football team wrapped up the first half of the regular season with a 21-14 win over the Marlboro County Bulldogs, running their record to 4-1, it is time to look back and evaluate the Foxes to this point.
The Hartsville Red Foxes defeated the Camden Bulldogs 41-7 Friday night at Kelleytown Stadium. It was all Hartsville after the first quarter, as they used big plays to win for the 7th straight year in the longest ongoing rivalry in South Carolina high