Conway’s Martin motivated by memory of late cousin

December 12, 2015

When Jah’Maine Martin transferred from a Georgia school to Conway High in the middle of his sophomore year, he knew exactly what number he wanted to wear for the Tigers football team, and he had no problem acquiring it.

READ ARTICLE HERE


 

Bruising Westwood ground attack knocks Conway from playoffs

November 21, 2015

All the positive feelings from the regular season couldn’t extend into the playoffs.

Conway lost 34-13 to Westwood in the first round of the Class AAAA, Division I playoffs Friday night. The Redhawks used a steady offensive attack to end the Tigers’ season — one that included nine victories after back-to-back nine-loss years. (CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE)


 

Conway routs Carolina Forest to cap big regular-season turnaround

January 01, 2020

Chuck Jordan can close the book on the 2015 regular season knowing his team exceeded expectations from pretty much everyone, including probably a few within his own ranks. CLICK HERE FOR MORE....


 

Sumter beats Conway to win Region VI-AAAA

October 30, 2015

A showdown for the Region VI-AAAA championship between teams ranked in Class AAAA turned ugly quickly for Conway on Friday. READ ARTICLE HERE


 

Conway knocks off South Florence despite Edwards leaving with injury

October 24, 2015

There was a discernible lull in Conway’s intensity Friday night when star senior receiver Bryan Edwards went down without contact midway through the third quarter and had to be assisted off the field, unable to put any weight on his right leg. READ ARTICLE HERE


 

Conway rolls past Socastee for second time this season

October 17, 2015

Conway and Socastee met for the second time this season, and while the scores are similar, the games and the teams are not. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE


 

Bryan Edwards has a BIG week

January 01, 2020

Bryan Edwards said last week that finishing his high school career with the best players in South Carolina was a significant honor.

Turns out, he may up wrapping it up among some of the best in the country. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE 

 

 

1. Spartanburg; 2. Northwestern; 3. Byrnes; 4. Fort Dorchester; 5. Westside;

6. Hillcrest; 7. Lexington; 8. Dorman; 9. Ashley Ridge; 10. Conway

Others receiving votes: York, Dutch Fork, Westwood, Blythewood


 

Conway overcomes early deficit, runs away from West Florence

The Graveyard was resurrected for one night, and the Conway Tigers were back to a familiar dominance. Conway, coming off back-to-back 2-9 seasons, improved to 6-1 for the first time since 2008 with a Region VI-AAAA-opening 60-28 win over West Florence at Coastal Carolina’s Brooks Stadium. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE


 

 

Conway/West Florence game will be played at Brooks Stadium on the campus of Coastal Carolina University

The Conway Tigers are coming home. With the help of Coastal Carolina University, the Conway Tigers will play at the GRAVEYARD this Friday night. Old timers will remember this as the place that other schools came to RIP. A special thanks to CCU for helping out the Tigers while our field dries out.

Conway’s hot start continues with win over Myrtle Beach to reclaim Victory Bell

Chuck Jordan never wanted to make this much out of the game against Myrtle Beach.

It’s something – the Conway coach has said throughout the years – for the community. READ MORE HERE


 

The Seahawks come into the Victory Bell game having won seven of the past eight in the series. But not since before Everett Golson’s emergence at Myrtle Beach has Conway been so favored. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE


 

 

Conway proved that last week’s embarrassing loss to Hartsville was a fluke by bouncing back for a 46-22 victory over No. 9-ranked Marlboro County on Friday night in Bennettsville.CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE

 

Conway battles but falls short against state power Hartsville (by Ian Guerin)

Kelly Andreucci compared the Hartsville offense to Novocaine.

The Red Foxes, the Conway defensive coordinator said, would just keep shooting until another opponent was done for. . CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE


 

After Friday’s game, Chuck Jordan sat in his office eating chicken wings with his coaching staff.

The Conway coach called it a good time to be a Tiger.CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE

 

The game: There’s little doubt that Conway’s offense is looking head and shoulders ahead of last year’s.CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE

The once-proud Conway High football program ran into tough times in recent years, posting back-to-back two-win seasons. On Thursday night, they looked like the Tigers of old in a 55-0 victory over South Brunswick, matching their last two victory totals in August. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

 

 


 

The extent of Chuck Jordan’s tricks the past few years consisted of him quick-punting with quarterbacks.

In the season opener against Georgetown on Friday, the Conway coach put two of his top weapons to use at an unconventional time. CLICK HERE FOR MORE


 

As Conway coaching staff gets deeper, Tiger alumni still at the core (By Ian Gerrin, The Sun News)

Some of the Conway football assistants started acting giddier than fans.

The returning members of the staff saw their peer group grow back to full strength with names like Bob Hanna and John Gill, Josh Robertson and Chuck Fischer. The breadth of experience was clear. And it got folks talking. READ MORE


 

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The CNB Kickoff Classic saved its least dramatic game for last – depending upon which sideline you were sitting on. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE


 

When legendary Summerville football coach John McKissick retired this summer after a record-setting 63-year career, Conway coach Chuck Jordan inherited his title as the longest tenured active coach in South Carolina at the same school- albeit with half the seasons under his belt. CLICK HERE FOR MORE


 

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