The 5-foot-9, 168-pound Morningstar played slot receiver and punt returner for Evans. He helped lead the Knights to a pair of 5-5 campaigns his sophomore and junior seasons. Last year, the Knights went 4-6, with closes losses to Jones County and Warner Robins, a pair of playoff teams.
On April 24, the GASC BULLS U10 Boys were finalists in the 8v8 division of the Coast Spring Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Players (from left to right) are Sebastian Summers, Ethan Cuenca, Cannon Pulliam, Xavier Place, Devon Johnson, Mark Wilson, Carson Whitener, Avery Gill, Cole Whitener, Alan Peric, Braden Bowers, Ethan Kirk, Juntong Dong and NaQuan Buchanan. Coaches are David Bowers, Craig Place and Tommy Kirk.
Nineteen Aiken County Public Schools are being recognized for excellence with Palmetto Gold and Silver awards; 13 are receiving awards for general performance, and nine for efforts to increase academic gains among minority, lower-income and special needs students, according to a news release from the school district.
When talking about the house fire that destroyed their home, belongings and even claimed the lives of two beloved pets, the Selman family is not counting their losses, only their blessings. And for Lori, John and their son J.T., those blessings came to them in the form of first responders.
According to manger Linda Glasscock, four calls regarding copperheads in residential areas have been reported in the county already this year. The most recent call was from a Martinez homeowner in the Maple Creek subdivision off of Columbia Road.