Patrick Brennan Cincinnati Enquirer Published 4:39 PM EST Feb 23, 2019 CHARLESTON, South Carolina – Welcome to The Enquirer's and Cincinnati.com's live coverage of the Carolina Challenge Cup and FC Cincinnati (2-1-3) versus Columbus Crew SC. Refresh this page throughout the match for live updates and analysis from Enquirer FC Cincinnati beat writer Pat Brennan. PRE-MATCH UPDATES • FC Cincinnati starting XI (apparent 3-5-2 formation): Columbus Crew SC starting XI: Jonathan Mensah (D), Waylon Francis (D), Hector Jimenez (D), Gaston Sauro (D), Wil Trapp (M), Pedro Santos (M), Artur (M), Justin Meram (M), Frederico Higuan (M), Gyasi Zardes (F). More: FC Cincinnati's 'Hell is Real' Derby vs. Columbus Crew closes out MLS preseason Saturday … [Read more...] about FC Cincinnati, Columbus Crew SC close out Carolina Challenge Cup
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COLUMBIA — Cap pulled low enough to shade his eyes, Mark Kingston spoke in a controlled fury. Always affable and engaging, South Carolina’s rookie coach wasn’t going to bless out anyone in the media for asking him what was going on with his baseball team.“We need to be better. Period,” he growled, his breath into the microphone sounding like a thousand ornery bulls. “We should not lose these games.”The Gamecocks were 20-17 and had just lost to Presbyterian. They were going nowhere. Injuries aside, the proudest and most successful program on campus should never be as lousy as they were playing, especially after missing the NCAA tournament twice in three years, which is why Kingston ended up at USC.Just less than two months later, the Gamecocks walked out of Arkansas’ Baum-Walker Stadium as owners of one of the worst and best seasons in recent memory. USC lost more games (26) last year than any time since June Raines, the program's … [Read more...] about South Carolina coach’s message to team as baseball begins: ‘Don’t panic’
Monday December 31, 2018 02:15 PM Sheriff's deputies in South Carolina have arrested a woman in the beating death of a 76-year-old man Written by The Associated Press AIKEN, S.C. (AP) — Sheriff's deputies in South Carolina have arrested a woman in the beating death of a 76-year-old man. The Aiken County Sheriff's Office told news outlets that 38-year-old Nikki Price of Columbia has been arrested and charged with murder. Capt. Eric Abdullah said that Price is charged with killing Kenneth Carlisle Goodwin, whose body was found under a tarp at his home in the Wagner area on Memorial Day. An autopsy showed that Goodwin died from blows to the head and body. Lexington County sheriff's deputies arrested Christopher Wayne Trueblood of Gaston in July and charged him in Goodwin's death. Abdullah says Price and Trueblood were in a relationship when Goodwin was killed. Investigators have not said how the suspects knew Goodwin. Deputies have not released a motive in the death. … [Read more...] about South Carolina woman charged in May beating death
U.S. Winter Storm Diego walloped parts of the South this weekend, leaving hundreds of thousands without power in North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Many schools in the region were expected to cancel classes on Monday due to the severe weather. North Carolina declared a state of emergency over the weekend in preparation for the storm. In at least one part of the state, Diego dumped 18.5 inches of snow, according to The Weather Channel. “This is a snowstorm, not a snowfall,” said North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper. “It’s serious.” The following schools were expected to be closed on Monday, according to WRAL-TV: Adamance Burlington Schools, Carolina Career College, Carter Community School, Caswell County Schools, Central Park School/Durham, Chapel Hill/Car Schools, Chatham Charter School, Chatham County Schools, Crosscheck Charter School, Durham Public Schools, East Wake Academy, Edgecombe County Schools, Endeavor … [Read more...] about Schools Closed By Southern Snow Storm: Will North Carolina, Virginia, Others Cancel Classes Amid Winter Storm Diego?
There’s a sandwich on the outskirts of Irmo with my name on it.Or at least that’s what I assume: About 15 minutes after I recently ordered a cheesesteak to go, there still wasn’t a sandwich ready, so I left. Clearly a restaurant that takes that long to produce lunch isn’t an ideal road trip stop. And my mission was to find the best place to eat at every Interstate 26 exit.I’d taken up the project at the suggestion of a reader, who wondered about the homegrown alternatives to the chain restaurants I reviewed earlier this year. While there are still swathes of the country where chain restaurants are the only choice for highway travelers, it seemed well worth digging into what else South Carolina has to offer.As I discovered, you don’t have to stray far from the interstate to find distinctly regional tastes. As my list of recommended restaurants came together, it quickly took on the contours of a state culinary portrait. Barbecue was well-represented, … [Read more...] about An exit-by-exit guide to eating along Interstate 26 in South Carolina