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May 18, 2016
Monday's high school scoreboard
Team Scores (Top 8 qualify for state, x-won in playoff): Boiling Springs 292, Gaffney 298, Dutch Fork 307, Easley 308, Byrnes 308, J.L. Mann 309, Blythewood 314, x-Dorman 315; Spring Valley 315, Rock Hill 318, Hillcrest 319, Woodmont 322, Greenwood 324, Fort Mill 328, Nation Ford 328, Westwood 370.
Class 3A Upper State Tournament
Team scores (Top 8 qualify for state): Eastside 309, Emerald 315; A.C. Flora 318; Wren 320; Lancaster 328; South Pointe 337; Blue Ridge 338; West Oak 344; BHP 347; Chapin 347/... (The State)Feb 3, 2016
June K. Albers, 81, retired bankruptcy specialist with the IRS
Knights of Columbus Axillary.
She is survived by husband of 61 years, Joseph A. Albers; children Joseph A. Albers, Jr. (Anna) of Blythewood, Paula A. Munn (Darrell) of Camden and Gregory Thomas Albers of Columbia; grandchildren Gabrielle Hayes Munn, Justin Blake Munn (Saskia), Gregory Thomas Albers Jr. and Morgan Elizabeth Albers; great-grandchild, Kaidan Blake Munn; sister, Imogene K. Purvis of Florence.
A Mass of Requiem will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, at Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church at 120 Marydale Lane in Columbia, with burial to follow in Bush River Memorial Gardens at 5400 Bush River Road in Columbia. Pallbearers will be her grandchildren. The Rosary will be recited at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb, 4, 2016, followed by visitation until 8 p.m. at Temples-Halloran Funeral Home at 5400 Bush River Road in Columbia.
In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to St. Jude Children Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
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North Augusta's Byrd wins Defensive Player of the Year, again
He ran for a touchdown on a fourth down play and also threw a pass for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the game against Blythewood. Those two scores showed of his versatility, but it was his first score that highlighted his main impact when on the field. Byrd intercepted a pass and took it 74-yards for a touchdown. He would go on to intercept two other passes in the game. It was nothing new, as he had been causing a problem for opposing offenses all season long since his pick-six in the season opener. Those big plays are what have made him the Aiken Standard Defensive Player of the Year for 2015, the second consecutive season he’s won the award.“That last game, he gave everything,” North Augusta head coach Brian Thomas said. “I don’t know what else you could do in a football game to impact a game.”
Byrd called that game the highlight of his illustrious years at North Augusta, and he was thankful that it capped another award-winning season.
“I’m just blessed that people think that highly of me and the I can produce enough to win it two years in a row,” Byrd said.
For many players it would be difficult to duplicate the success of his junior season. Byrd led the area in tackles last year and had five sacks and two interceptions in 2014 en route to the award. This season, Byrd rose to the occasion again wi... (Aiken Standard)