Athletics Director - Barry Harley Office: (843) 857-3804 barry.harley@darlington.k12.sc.us

Asst. Athletics Director - Brad Boob Office: (843) 857-3822 bradford.boob@darlington.k12.sc.us


Weekly Schedule

First Round Playoff Action: Tennis Wed @ 4:30 Byerly Park Volleyball Thurs @ 6:00 HHS Arena

Only High School League Passes are Accepted for Playoffs (No Red Apple Passes, DCSD Passes, or any special HHS Passes)

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Red Regime impresses the crowd - Finishes 2nd at Lower State

The Hartsville High School Marching Band (Red Regime) has been nothing short of spectacular this year. Competing in multiple competitions with the last 2 finishing with a first place finish and a second place finish at Lower State! The Hartsville High School Red Regime earned a SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE at the 2019 SCBDA 3A Lower State Championships on Saturday. The Red Regime earned 2nd Place out of 19 Bands, Best Overall Effect, a Superior Rating and was only 0.2 points from being lower state champions. Congratulations to the Red Regime and Cameron Watkins on an outstanding season so far. Good Luck at State!!

Cross Country notches a Win in Darlington

On Tuesday Oct. 15 the Hartsville Cross Country team competed at Darlington Middle School against several opponents. Red Fox boys scored the team win in their race and the girls finished second as a team in their race. Below you can find the individual results along with the team scores.

Girl's Results

Kaiti Nutt 1st 21:04

Katherine Askins 4th 22:40

Inamarie Sullivan 8th 23:29

Chloe Jewell 15th 24:52

Aysun Lamp 16th 24:58

Alexis Windham 17th 24:59

Emma Steen 19th 25:27

Madilyn Johnson 21st 25:49

Hannah Jewell 28th 27:16

Sarah Moody 33rd 28:35

Nakia Johnson 35th 29:05

Girl's Team Results

1st Darlington 23

2nd Hartsville 44

3rd Camden 68

4th Lake City 120

Boy's Results

Logan Berger 3rd 19:09

West Driggers 4th 19:16

Ethan Hickey 7th 19:52

Josh West 8th 20:02

David Ropp 11th 20:17

Kirk Gunter 13th 20:26

Ethan Jeppson 14th 20:27

Jordan Lynch 16th 20:37

Kimball Moore 23rd 20:51

Mark Elliott 26th 21:12

Benji McIntosh 28th 21:30

Hunter Moyd 30th 21:38

John Elliott 35th 21:49

Atticus Brown 44th 22:27

Cameron King 48th 22:55

Johnathan McIntosh 59th 23:49

Drake Howle 60th 23:57

Turner Peel 61st 23:59

Skylar Shaw 67th 24:23

John Henderson 69th 24:45

Zach Elias 80th 26:21

Johnny Ropp 81st 27:27

Josh Askins 82nd 28:11

Wyatt Wilson 84th 31:40

Boy's Team Results

1st: Hartsville 33

2nd: Camden 68

3rd: Darlington 71

4th: Chesterfield 99

5th: Camden Military 123

6th Lake City 143

7th: Hannah-Pamplico 191

8th: Thomas Hart Academy: 241

Women's Tennis Defeats the Falcons!

Congratulations to Senior Anna Grace Wilkes for your dedication and time spent competing for the Red Foxes! Good luck in the future and thank you for being a Red Fox!

The Red Fox tennis team took on a familiar opponent from just down the road Tuesday night. The night ended in a 5-1 victory over the Falcons. The Red Foxes are building on their Region wins as the season is coming to a close in the next week. Hartsville improves their overall record to 5-5 and a Region record of 4-3. The next match will be Thursday night @ Myrtle Beach beginning at 5:00pm.

#1 Singles: Ella Watford (DHS) def Chloe Moore (HHS) 6-3, 6-3

#2 Singles: Kaylee Blair (HHS) def Alayna Williamson (DHS) 6-2, 6-3

#3 Jordan Cothran (HHS) def Hillary Garland (DHS) 6-1, 6-1

#4 Emani McFadden (HHS) def Claire McLennan (DHS) 6-2, 3-6, 1-0

#5 Anna Grace Wilkes (HHS) def Meg O’Neal (DHS) 4-6, 6-3, 1-0

#2 Doubles: Maci Powell & Hannah Kelly (HHS) def Tristen James & Madison Sturgen (DHS) 6-1, 6-3

Three Lady Red Foxes invited to Elite Basketball Camp

Players Jazolyn Pendergrass (2020) and Ameonta Sutton (2021) competed at the SCBCA (South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association) Girls’ Elite Camp on Sunday, October 13, 2019 at Sonny’s Sportsplex. The two were nominated and selected along with over 100 players statewide. Both players had strong showings in front of college coaches that were in attendance. In all, Hartsville had 3 players selected to attend the event, Lauren Thomas (2020) elected not to attend due to playing volleyball for the Red Foxes. Head Coach Justin Johnson was 1 of 10 coaches selected to coach at this event, as well. Congratulations Red Foxes!!

J'Shawn Anderson with multiple scores in Red Foxes Homecoming Win!

Hartsville used the energy of homecoming to achieve victory against Marlboro County Friday night. The Red Foxes and Bulldogs found themselves in a defensive battle during the first half. The Bulldogs took an early lead after a big pass play that ended in a Zach Rogers field goal to take the lead 3-0 in the first quarter. However, that will be the last time any points would reach the visitor's side of the scoreboard.

The Red Foxes answered the score by marching down the field behind three big plays from three different running backs. The drive was capped off with a touchdown run by J'Shawn Anderson. Hartsville took the lead going into halftime 7-3.

Hartsville received the kick in the second half and never looked back. Anderson broke a run in the third quarter for his second score of the night stretching the lead to 14-3 Red Foxes. Marlboro had opportunities in the second but the Red Fox defense stood their ground. Hartsville ended their scoring with an Owen Taylor touchdown pass to DP Pendergrass making the score 21-3. The Red Foxes defense made three 4th down stops in the fourth quarter to ensure a homecoming victory on Friday Night.

Hartsville will travel next week to take on the undefeated Wilson Tigers at Memorial Stadium on Friday Oct. 18.

Coach English is Named Assistant Coach for the South All Start Team!

Coach Yusuf English is the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Hartsville High School. Coach English's passion for the sport of basketball is evident in the way he coaches the game. English received the honor of joining the South All Star Coaching staff earlier this week for the annual North/South All Star game. It takes years of experience and success in order to be recognized as one of the best in the State. Coach English will join Bret Jones of Dutch Fork and Stan Wilkins of James Island to coach the state's best high school basketball players on the South Team. The staff will spend hours analyzing film in order to pick the most elite athletes in the southern part of the state. Congratulations to the Red Foxes Head Coach, Yusuf English on this wonderful accomplishment.

The Men's North/South All Star game will take place on March 21, 2020 at

Competition Cheer Finishes 2nd in First Competition

The Hartsville High Competition Cheer team participated in their first competition of the season Wednesday night at Gilbert High School. Hartsville is coming off a successful 2018 season where Coach Ashley Ingalls' team qualified for the State Championship for the first time in school history. Coach Ingalls' squad is looking to set new records in 2019 and this was a great start to that mission. "The girls had a solid 1st performance for the year at the Tomahawk Cheer Classic," mentioned Head Coach Ashley Ingalls. The Red Foxes competed against Ridgeview, Lower Richland, and Lakewood. Coach Ingalls says, "We are ready for our next competition at Spring Valley." The Red Foxes will compete on Oct. 16 at 8:06pm. Good Luck Lady Foxes!

Tennis does it again! Region Win over NMB

Lady Red Foxes took on a familiar opponent in a Region Match Thursday night against North Myrtle Beach. Hartsville came out with a tight victory by a score of 4-3. A small power outage when the lights went out did not damper the energy of the Lady Red Foxes. They continue to push and edged out a much needed region win. Hartsville will take on Darlington at Byerly Park in Hartsville next Tuesday Oct. 15. Come out and support the Red Foxes as the Regular Season is coming to an end.

#1 Singles: Rachel Grove (NMBHS) def Chloe Moore (HHS) 6-1, 6-3

#2 Singles: Kaylee Blair (HHS) def Sydney Pettiteau (NMBHS) 6-4, 6-1

#3 Jordan Cothran (HHS) def Megan Moritsch (NMBHS) 6-2, 6-1

#4 Emani McFadden (HHS) def Skylar Dale (NMBHS) 6-2, 6-2

#5 Makenna Stone (NMBHS) def Anna Grace Wilkes (HHS) 4-6, 6-3, 1-0

#1 Doubles: Chloe Moore & Kaylee Blair (HHS) def Rachel Grove & Megan Moritsch (NMBHS) 6-3, 6-7, 1-0

#2 Doubles: Jocelyn Nguyen & Gracelyn Tester (NMBHS) def Macie Powell & Hannah Kelly (HHS) 6-1, 6-1

Football: Red Foxes rough first half results in a loss

Friday night the Hartsville Red Foxes struggled in the first quarter. Myrtle Beach came out firing on all cylinders by taking their first drive down the field and into the end zone. Red Foxes looked to answer but found themselves short. Myrtle Beach took a 21-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Hartsville was able to get on the scoreboard midway through the second quarter led by a big play by DP Pendergrass. Pendergrass caught a screen pass for 47 yards leading to an Owen Taylor 1 yard touchdown run. The score was now in favor of Myrtle Beach 28-7.

The Red Foxes received the second half kick. J'Shawn Anderson broke a 20 yard run as the Red Foxes were moving down the field. The Foxes were turned back on a Taylor interception. Hartsville's defense came up with a big stop forcing a missed field goal by Myrtle Beach. Momentum was looking to change sides when J'Shawn Anderson broke an outside run for 78 yards taking the ball to the 10 yard line. The Red Foxes scored two plays later on an Owen Taylor scramble for 12 yards and the touchdown closing the gap to 35-14.

The Red Fox defense was able to get a few more stops highlighted by an interception from Kevon Haigler. Hartsville put one more score in the endzone on a Jaivon Hough reception. Unfortunately, the Red Foxes ran out of time and the final score was 42-21 in favor of the Seahawks.

Hartsville moves to 3-3 on the season and 0-1 in Region VI. The Red Foxes will host Marlboro County (0-1 Region) next Friday night for Homecoming for a 7:30 kickoff.

Coach Billy Smith Named as South All-Star Volleyball Coach

Head Coach Billy Smith of the Red Fox Volleyball team has been named coach of the South All-Star team for this years North/South All Star Game. This game is played annually and involves the top players from around the state. Coach Smith recently received the honor to coach the South team at Erskine College. Coach Smith will team up with Eric Shick of Lexington in picking some of the best volleyball players in the Lower-State to compete in this year's matches. This is a tremendous accomplishment for Coach Smith and the Red Fox family could not be any prouder to say he is our coach! Good luck to Coach Smith and the South Team!

North/South All-Star game will be played at Erskine College: November 21-23, 2019

Swim Team Improves Greatly at Region Meet

Red Fox swimmers put on a strong showing Thursday night at the Region VI meet at Francis Marion University. Coach Andrews is excited about the improvement from each member of the team. A number of Red Foxes have posted their best times within the past couple of meets. Here are the results from last nights meet:

Girls medley Relay- 5th-- 2:41.40- Best time (Mia Ashbraugh, Alexis Jepson, Courtney Andrews, Venus Zheng)

Girls 200 Free Relay- 6th- 2:22.93- Best time (Alexis Jepson, Vivien Zheng, Mia Ashbraugh, Courtney Andrews)

Courtney Andrews- 50 Free- 3rd- 28.61 100 breast stroke- 2nd- 1:23.92

Andrew Faile - 50 free- 33.45 100 free- 1:14.05 best time

Alexis Jepson - 50 free- 34.66 100 Breast stroke- 5th- 1:41.52- best time

Vivien Zheng - 50 free- 41.87- best time

Venus Zheng - 50 free- 43.98

Lucas Slatton - 50 free- 31.26 100 free- 11th- 1:13.10

Red Foxes Partner with Bethlehem Therapeutic Riding Stables

Nathan Barr and Cesare Edwards volunteered on Saturday with Bethlehem Therapeutic Riding Stables at Tally Ho Equestrian Center. Nathan and Cesare are members of the Red Fox basketball team.

Throughout the past year, Red Foxes have volunteered their time to help Special Needs Children complete their physical therapy on horseback. Red Fox student-athletes go on Saturday mornings to help clean trails, escort horses, and provide physical labor for anything that is needed. The children have loved seeing their faces and it has made a major impact in the lives of our athletes. Some of the children are in wheelchairs and are needed to be lifted onto the horses. The horses take the children through trails around the stables which helps them build muscle needed for physical therapy.

"It is a blessing being a part of this wonderful program," claimed Coach Brad Boob. "Our athletes have learned so much in strength and perseverance since joining this amazing organization."

Women's Tennis Adds to the Region Win Column

Red Fox Tennis captured an important win Tuesday night at North Myrtle Beach by a score of 4-2. Women's tennis improved their overall record to 3-4 and their region record to 2-2. Their next match will be Thursday when they take on Wilson at Byerly Park in Hartsville. Come out and support your Red Foxes!

#1 Singles: Rachel Grove (NMBHS) def Chloe Moore (HHS) 6-0, 6-1

#2 Singles: Kaylee Blair (HHS) def Megan Moritsch (NMBHS) 6-0, 6-3

#3 Jordan Cothran (HHS) def Skylar Dale (NMBHS) 7-6, 6-0

#4 Emani McFadden (HHS) def Anna Caroline Philips (NMBHS) 6-2, 6-3

#5 Makenna Stone (NMBHS) def Anna Grace Wilkes (HHS) 7-6, 6-0

#2 Doubles: Kaylee Blair & Hannah Kelly (HHS) def Gracelyn Tester & Jocelyn Nguyen (NMBHS) 6-4,6-4

Cross Country continues to be a force in the Pee Dee area meets

Hartsville girls and boys cross country continues to grab attention from people in the Pee Dee area. Check out the link to the right to see photos from Saturday's race.

Results will follow once we receive the official report

Red Fox Football falls to 4-time defending State Champ, Abbeville

The Red Foxes struggled Friday night getting much done against 2-A powerhouse, Abbeville. Abbeville provided a unique small town atmosphere for Friday Night Lights. J'Shawn Anderson had the lone touchdown for the Red Foxes with an 82 yard touchdown run in the first half. After that run, the Red Foxes moved the ball from time to time but found themselves short of the endzone. Hartsville will look to rebound next Friday night with the start of region play at Myrtle Beach. Game time has been moved up to 7:05pm due to the game being televised in Horry County.

Thank You to Our Amazing Community

A Special Thank You goes to Debbie Talbert and Jamie Hodges (Carolina Bank) along with Phillip Hodges (IGA on 15) for providing drinks for the football team! We could not function without community leaders like you!

We are....Red Foxes!

Shrine Bowl Selections are out!

Congratulations Justin Abraham and Kevon Haigler!!!

Schedule Changes due to Hurricane Dorian

Women's Tennis has moved their match from Sept. 5 to Oct. 9 @ Coker University

Blessing of the Helmets - Sponsored by HHS FCA

Hartsville High School teamed up with Pee Dee FCA to put on the 5th Annual Blessing of the Helmets. The event took place in "The Cage" after football practice on Wednesday night. The FCA organization recognized the Varsity, JV, and Middle School football teams and cheerleading squads. Special speakers included Barry Harley, Ron Howard, Brad Boob, Bootsie Griggs, and Daniel Henderson. It was a touching event that has seen significant growth in the past five years. HHS FCA would like to thank everyone involved and our community for being part of such a special occasion.















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