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Stags Compete in 2018 SC State Strength Meet

The Berkeley Stags Weight lifting team competed in the 2018 SC State Strength meet this past Saturday at White Knoll HS in Lexington.  Eight Stags represented in respectable fashion.  The Highlight of the Meet was the 205 lb. class where there were 28 competitors from across the state vying for the title.  Will Shannon and

Stags season ends in Hartsville

By, Rickey Ciapha Dennis Jr. for The Berkeley Independent Berkeley’s most successful football season since 2009 ended Friday night at Kellytown Stadium. The Stags (14-2) fell to the Red Foxes 37-20 on a chilly night in Hartsville in the state championship semi-finals. The loss snapped a 14-game win streak for the Stags and ended

Info for Friday’s Lowerstate Championship

Here is a layout of Kelleytown Stadium, where Hartsville High School plays. The address is: Address: 216 Clyde Rd, Hartsville, SC 29550. Please feel free to share and …. GO STAGS!!!! Thank You, and Happy Thanksgiving!

Berkeley Stags knock off Chiefs, headed to Lower State

By Rickey Ciapha Dennis Jr. For The Berkeley Independent The visiting Chiefs may have won a few individual battles in Friday night’s football, but the Berkeley Stags won the war. Berkeley managed to dull a potentially explosive North Myrtle Beach offense as well as escaped the grips of a sturdy defense to oust the

Jenkins-Williams, McMurry make North-South all star list

By Rickey Ciapha Dennis Jr. For The Berkeley Independent Two Berkeley Stags will represent the South in the 2017 Touchstone Energy North-South All-star Football Game. Rosters for the game were announced Monday, comprising 44 seniors from the upper part of the state and 44 seniors from the lower part. Defensive lineman Blake Jenkins-Williams (6

Berkeley advances after second-round playoff victory

By Rickey Ciapha Dennis Jr. For The Berkeley Independent The Stags football season is still alive. A Class AAAA clash in Moncks Corner brought out the best effort from both programs Friday night, but Berkeley came out on top, defeating Lugoff-Elgin 44-14. Berkeley (11-1) will advance to the third round of the Class AAAA

‘Everybody wants to be a part of something’

By Rickey Ciapha Dennis Jr. For The Berkeley Independent In the bay of the Moncks Corner Dry Cleaners, tucked between racks of recently-pressed shirts and suits, and beside shelves stacked with fresh laundry, hang a row of blue-buttoned-up tops. Freshly ironed, each shirt has a gold “B” etched on the front. It’s Tuesday, and