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Illini Set to Open 2022-23 Season with Cougar Classic

Illinois at Cougar Classic Tournament Cougar Classic Date Sept. 12-13 Location Hanahan, South Carolina CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – The Illinois women's golf team is set to open its 2022-23 season this week, traveling to Hanahan, S.C., for the Cougar Classic. The two-day tournament is hosted by the College of Charleston on Monday and Tuesday, September 12-13.THE SETTING...

Illinois at Cougar Classic
Tournament Cougar Classic
Date Sept. 12-13
Location Hanahan, South Carolina

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – The Illinois women's golf team is set to open its 2022-23 season this week, traveling to Hanahan, S.C., for the Cougar Classic. The two-day tournament is hosted by the College of Charleston on Monday and Tuesday, September 12-13.

THE SETTING The Cougar Classic will be held at Yeamans Hall Club. The course was designed by Seth Raynor and officially opened in 1924. The course will be set up for a par 71 and will play 6,269 yards long.

TOURNAMENT FORMAT There will be 18 teams competing in the 54-hole tournament with 36 holes of continuous play on Monday (Sept. 12), followed by the final 18 on Tuesday (Sept. 13). Monday has a shotgun start of 8:30 a.m. CT, whereas Tuesday features an 8:45 a.m. CT shotgun start.

THE FIELD Along with the Illini, the 18-team field for the Cougar Classic will include Central Florida, Charleston, Clemson, East Carolina, No. 6 Florida State, Furman, No. 19 Georgia, No. 25 Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Michigan State, Ole Miss, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Penn State, Tennessee and Wisconsin.

FIGHTING ILLINI LINEUP No. 1: Crystal Wang No. 2: Lexanne Halama No. 3: Isabel Sy No. 4: Alise Knudson No. 5: Mattie Frick

ILLINI AT THE COUGAR CLASSIC This will be the first time in program history that the Illinois women's golf program has competed in the Cougar Classic.

LIVE SCORING Live scoring for the Cougar Classic will be available on Golfstat.com. A Recap and results will be posted on FightingIllini.com following each day of play.

UP NEXT The Illini will next head to Norman, Okla., for the Schooner Fall Classic at the Belmar Golf Club on September 24-26.

High School Football Preview: New-look region pits Philip Simmons and Hanahan

The realignment of schools by the S.C. High School League last spring changed the look of Region 8-AAA considerably.While Hanahan remains in the league, two newcomers will offer plenty of competition this football season. Beaufort, the defending Class AAAA Lower State champion, has dropped down to Class AAA. And rising from the Class AA ranks is Philip Simmons, a team that went 11-2 and reached the Lower State finals last season.Any of the those three teams is capable of winning the region championship, though Hanahan may be co...

The realignment of schools by the S.C. High School League last spring changed the look of Region 8-AAA considerably.

While Hanahan remains in the league, two newcomers will offer plenty of competition this football season. Beaufort, the defending Class AAAA Lower State champion, has dropped down to Class AAA. And rising from the Class AA ranks is Philip Simmons, a team that went 11-2 and reached the Lower State finals last season.

Any of the those three teams is capable of winning the region championship, though Hanahan may be considered the favorite as the only one of the three programs with a returning starting quarterback.

Battery Creek and North Charleston are improving and won’t be an easy out on any Friday night.

Hanahan

HEAD COACH: Art Craig

2021 RECORD: 8-3

WHAT TO KNOW: Craig begins year three at Hanahan and has a solid core of returning players to cover up a few holes.

The Hawks return sophomore Jaden Cummings at quarterback, and he showed flashes of solid play as a freshman. Also returning in the backfield is junior Kevon Rivera, a third-year varsity starter. Back from injury that cost him last season is top receiver Mason Brady. The offensive line will be fairly inexperienced overall but sophomores Antwain Mitchell and Kalani Edwards show great potential.

Senior Solomon Townes returns to anchor the defensive front while linebackers Kayden Gaddist and Ashton Drayton are the strength of the unit. Malik Horry returns at safety and Prince Shepherd is back at one corner.

Beaufort

HEAD COACH: Bryce Lybrand

2021 RECORD: 12-3

WHAT TO KNOW: The Eagles lost a wealth of talent and experience from the team that played South Pointe for the state title in AAAA last December. But Lybrand is not looking to be a one-hit wonder as he builds his program.

Star defensive tackle Eamon Smalls, a 6-3, 300-pound West Virginia commit, anchors a defense that lost some valuable contributors. End Jack Sumner also returns, as does safety Colton Phares, an Appalachian State commit. The Eagles lost major talent and experience in the skill positions, but sophomore running back Caleb Ulmer looks promising. The top returner offensively is receiver Kacy Fields.

Philip Simmons

HEAD COACH: Eric Bendig

2021 RECORD: 11-2

WHAT TO KNOW: While replacing a consistent performer at quarterback will be a major challenge, the Iron Horses do return solid talent and experience at the other skill positions.

A three-headed monster in the run game, consisting of Issac Schimpf, KJ Asbury and Sherrod Williams, will be the strength of the team offensively. Top receiver Que Green also returns, along with burner Troy Stevenson, who rates as one of the top junior cornerbacks in the country as well.

Lawson Tosh and Bryce Smalls return as starters along the defensive front. The Iron Horses also return a major threat in the kicking game in senior Griffin Gore, one of the top placekickers in the Lowcountry.

North Charleston

HEAD COACH: Devon Smalls

2021 RECORD: 3-5

WHAT TO KNOW: Smalls continues to build a competitive program at North Charleston.

Top returners to the 2022 team include two-way end Samuel Riddy, running back/linebacker Kahmarion Smith, receiver Gary McDaniel, running back Jaimarie Fuller and receiver Xzavion Capers. Overall numbers are a bit of a concern and most of the team’s top players will play on both sides of the ball more often than not.

Battery Creek

HEAD COACH: Terrance Ashe

2021 RECORD: 2-5

WHAT TO KNOW: Ashe feels his 2022 team can be improved and will count heavily on four key leaders.

Seniors Tanner McCracken and Anthony Phelan will anchor both lines of scrimmage this fall. Senior Jeremiah McEachin will be a leader at the second level defensively, either at linebacker or safety. Sophomore athlete Damien Freeman is an explosive player with the ball in his hands.

Illini Duo Named Big Ten Preseason Honorees

ROSEMONT, Ill. - Two Fighting Illini women's golfers were recognized by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday (Aug. 31) as graduate student Crystal Wang and junior Isabel Sy were named 2022-23 Preseason Honorees.The pair return to Illinois after helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and a berth at ...

ROSEMONT, Ill. - Two Fighting Illini women's golfers were recognized by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday (Aug. 31) as graduate student Crystal Wang and junior Isabel Sy were named 2022-23 Preseason Honorees.

The pair return to Illinois after helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and a berth at the NCAA Regionals to finish the season.

Crystal Wang led the team in seven tournaments as top Illini finisher last season, including final three tournaments of the season. She registered eight top-15 finishes: The Landfall Tradition (3rd), ICON Invitational (T-3rd), Lady Buckeye Invitational (T-5th), Big Ten Championships (T-6th), Wolverine Invitational (T-8th), Illini Women's Invitational (T-13th), Blessings Collegiate Invitational (T-14th), NCAA Tallahassee Regional (T-14th). Her performances earned a Big Ten Conference Women's Golfer of the Week honor after equaling a season-best third place finish at the ICON Invitational (Feb. 21-22, 2022) and carding the lowest 54-hole tournament total in program history with a 13-under par 203, highlighted by an eight-under par 64 in her final round, which also marked the lowest single round score in program history. The senior led the field with 18 birdies in the tournament. Wang was named to the All-Championship Team after finishing in a tie for sixth place at the Big Ten Championships (Apr. 22-24, 2022) with a two-over tournament total of 215, including a five-under 66 in her second round. The Diamond Bar, Calif., native was named Big Ten Conference Women's Golfer of the Week after registering her highest finish of the season with a third place showing at The Landfall Tradition (Oct. 29-31, 2021) with a tournament total of four-under par 212 that included a four-under 68 score. She also led all players with 17 birdies in the tournament.

Isabel Sy, a San Gabriel, Calif., native, is coming off a sophomore season where she ranked second on the team with eight rounds under par. Sy posted six Top-20 finishes, including five in the spring: Briar's Creek Invitational (T-8th), Schooner Fall Classic (T-11th), Columbia Classic (T-12th), Lady Buckeye Invitational (T-12th), Clemson Invitational (T-15th), Big Ten Championships (T-17th). She equaled her career best finish to tie for eighth place at the Briar's Creek Invitational (Mar. 14-15, 2022) with an even-par 216 tournament total. Sy turned in her career low round with a five-under 67 in her final round at the ICON Invitational (Feb. 21-22, 2022) and finished tied for 11th at the Schooner Fall Classic with a 2-over 212 total. In her debut season in the Orange and Blue, Sy recorded a 75.19 scoring average, which ranked third-best on the team. She collected a Top-10 finish at the Moon Golf Invitational (8th) and posted a then career-best single round score of 68.

The Illini open the 2022-23 schedule on Sept. 12-13 when they travel to Hanahan, S.C., for the Cougar Classic at Yeamans Hall Club, hosted by the College of Charleston.

Charleston’s Extra Chill Fest, Woofstock Fest announce 2022 lineups

Extra Chill and Woofstock have both announced their lineups for 2022.Both festivals were founded by local supporters of the Charleston music scene. Extra Chill, a local music blog and resource, is run by writer and music reviewer Chris Huber. Woofstock, a dog-frien...

Extra Chill and Woofstock have both announced their lineups for 2022.

Both festivals were founded by local supporters of the Charleston music scene. Extra Chill, a local music blog and resource, is run by writer and music reviewer Chris Huber. Woofstock, a dog-friendly music festival in Hanahan, is put on by Lowcountry Dog Magazine.

The third annual Extra Chill Fest will take place Oct. 1 at the Charleston Pour House, 1977 Maybank Highway. The music will alternate between the outdoor deck stage and indoor stage, with doors opening at 2 p.m. and music kicking off at 3 p.m.

The lineup features a cast of Southeastern talent, including a special late-night funk set from The Chillionaires and the debut of Ross Bogan’s Wolf Mask.

Also performing will be Daddy’s Beemer, Slim S.O.U.L. & Friends, Darby Wilcox & The Peep Show, Monsoon, Leone & The Ascension and Dawning.

The Chillionaires are a local supergroup featuring Ross Bogan (Doom Flamingo), Thomas Kenney (Doom Flamingo), Jonathan Peace (Lureto), Ben Mossman (Little Bird) and Gavin Hamilton (Funk You).

Tickets are on sale now at eventbrite.com/e/extra-chill-fest-tickets-406269100817 for $30, with a deck-only option for $12 in advance and a main stage-only option for $20 in advance.

Founded in 2019, this year’s Woofstock will take place Oct. 8 at Hanahan Amphitheater, 3100 Mabeline Road, with doors open from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Headliners Lit, a group that started out pop-punk and later delved into country, will be joined by Kevn Kinney from Drivin N Cryin, Greg West, Carly Moffa, and Charleston locals Jared Petteys & The Headliners and Kate Vera.

Tickets are on sale now for $35 in advance at woofstock2022.com. Kids 12 and under get in free, and well-behaved dogs are welcome. Patrons can also bring lawn chairs and blankets, but no outside food, drinks or coolers.

Proceeds from the festival will benefit 10 local rescues and shelters: Dorchester Paws, Berkeley Animal Center, All 4 Paws, Eunoia Rescue, Pet Helpers, Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary, Carolina Boxer Rescue, Libby & Mace’s Place, Save the Clefts and Waters Edge Great Dane Rescue.

Dominion Energy set to cut state tree identified as hazardous

One Hanahan resident is doing all he can to save his Palmetto tree after receiving a notice from Dominion Energy that it’s been scheduled to be cut down.HANAHAN, S.C. (WCSC) - One Hanahan resident is doing all he can to save his Palmetto tree after receiving a notice from Dominion Energy that it’s been scheduled to be cut down.Jay Mullis says after returning home recently he found his tree marked with an “X” and a note in his driveway from Dominion stating the condition of his tree warrants action by the...

One Hanahan resident is doing all he can to save his Palmetto tree after receiving a notice from Dominion Energy that it’s been scheduled to be cut down.

HANAHAN, S.C. (WCSC) - One Hanahan resident is doing all he can to save his Palmetto tree after receiving a notice from Dominion Energy that it’s been scheduled to be cut down.

Jay Mullis says after returning home recently he found his tree marked with an “X” and a note in his driveway from Dominion stating the condition of his tree warrants action by the company.

The Mullis family has lived in this home since December of 2019, and they say the palmetto is the most important piece of their front lawn.

Mullis contacted a Dominion representative and shared his concern about the sudden notice that the tree was a threat and was looking to find a mutually beneficial compromise.

Dominion Energy said the tree has made contact with their energized distribution conductors and has been identified as hazardous.

After being told there wasn’t anything the company could do to save the tree, Mullis took it into his own hands. He has since trimmed it in hopes that it will no longer pose a threat momentarily and can give him time to move the tree on his own dime.

Dominion Energy spokesman Paul Fischer warned that customers should never hire a private contractor to work near power lines or attempt to do the work themselves.

“Untrained individuals should not attempt to trim trees near overhead lines for risk of serious or fatal injury,” he said. “Only qualified utility line clearance professionals or contractors who meet OSHA qualifications are legally permitted to work within 10 feet of power lines, or work on a tree that has branches within 10 feet of power lines.”

“I think it’s important that we start working together on these issues, it’s a piece of me that we cut and the tree I think will be fine and hope that they just let me move it back 10 feet,” Mullis says.

To purchase a new tree would cost thousands and Mullis says it would take years to grow to the size of his current one. He says all he’s looking for is a chance to work with Dominion to save his tree.

Dominion says customers with concerns regarding trees on or near their property should call (800) 251-7234.

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