Big news has been coming out of the Page house.
It's the one owned by Bobby and Jane Page, who are familiar to a lot of folks whose children have played sports in Rock Hill.
Jane has been at Sullivan Middle School for 29 years as a teacher, coach and athletics director. She is moving to Rock Hill's new middle school, Dutchman Creek, which opens in the fall.
She will be the AD but will also go back to coaching girls basketball, the sport she calls her passion. Bobby is an assistant varsity girls basketball coach at Northwestern High School and also a football assistant.
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And good news has been pouring in concerning their daughter, Kristin, who signed a grant-in-aid to play soccer at Anderson.
Kristin has received additional scholarships from Carolina Sports, Inc., awarded by the South Carolina Athletic Coaches Association, the School of Education at Anderson and the Herlong Scholarship. Kristin wants to coach and teach.
• 'CATS SOCCER: Rock Hill High recently held its boys soccer awards night and said so long to its seniors and varsity boys coach, Lorne Brandt.
Brandt is staying at the school as a teacher and will oversee the school's Web site.
This year's varsity was 12-7, 9-5 in Region 3-AAAA. The JVs were 9-1-2 and won the region.
• ALL-STAR SOCCER: The North-South Soccer Classic, sponsored by Columbia United FC and hosted by the South Carolina High School Soccer Coaches Association, will be held Saturday at USC Upstate.
The kickoff at County University Stadium is noon for the girls match and 2 p.m. for the boys. Admission is $6.
Clover's Leeann Mellon is co-coach of the North girls team and local players on the roster are Fort Mill's Ashleigh Sheets and Clover's Britta Widenhouse and Ashley Hollander.
The North boys team includes Fort Mill's Eric Fielden and Ryan Fielden, Northwestern's Corey Parks and South Pointe's Garrett Keogh.
The inaugural boys match was played in 1989. The first girls match was held in 1996. In the boys series, the North holds a 12-5-2 advantage and won last year's contest 2-0. The North squad also has the lead in the girls series 6-5 and captured last year's event 3-1.
• STALLIONS AWARDS: South Pointe recently handed out awards to its student-athletes who participated in spring sports. The winners were:
• SUMMER RUNS: Summer conditioning workouts for runners from all three Rock Hill high schools begin Monday at the Winthrop Coliseum parking lot. They are scheduled from 7 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
Coaches from Northwestern, South Pointe and Rock Hill will supervise. Planned conditioning workouts are scheduled for all levels of running from beginning to advanced. Any seventh-12th-grader interested in running cross country in high school needs to participate in order to be prepared for the season.
All athletes are required to have a current SCHSL physical form turned in to the coaches prior to participating. For additional information call Northwestern coaches Jack Holeman at (803) 328-8570 or Calvin Hudgins at (803) 372-9702 or South Pointe's Bob Jenkins at (803) 517-8947.