Former Fort White standout Melton Sanders signed to play at Missouri Southern State in April (COURTESY).
Laremy Tunsil was drafted by the Miami Dolphins with the 13th overall pick in the NFL Draft. That made him the highest Columbia alum ever drafted (Associated Press).
Florida State running back Dalvin Cook barrels through Florida defenders in the teams' meeting last season on November 28, 2015. The Seminoles won 27-2 (photo by DAVID RETTERBUSH/Special to the Reporter).
Tyson Ellis plans to pitch at the collgiate level despite playing infield at Columbia (FILE PHOTO).
Boney Watson helps kids through a dribbling drill Saturday morning (PHOTO BY ERIC JACKSON/Lake City Reporter).

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A 16-year-old bull rider suffered serious facial injuries Saturday night when his head collided with the head of the bull he was riding during the inaugural Extreme Bulls and Barrels competition at

City and county officials are monitoring Tropical Storm Colin as it makes its way through the region today.

Tropical Storm Colin, which formed in the Gulf earlier today, is expected to make landfall late Monday, bringing heavy rains and high winds to Columbia County.

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Former Fort White standout Melton Sanders signed to play at Missouri Southern State in April (COURTESY).

Melton Sanders figured he'd transfer elsewhere. He had his mind on other schools.

Laremy Tunsil was drafted by the Miami Dolphins with the 13th overall pick in the NFL Draft. That made him the highest Columbia alum ever drafted (Associated Press).

Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of former Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, alleged Wednesday in an interview with Sports Illustrated that people tied to the university improperly helped fund

Florida State running back Dalvin Cook barrels through Florida defenders in the teams' meeting last season on November 28, 2015. The Seminoles won 27-2 (photo by DAVID RETTERBUSH/Special to the Reporter).

TALLAHASSEE — Florida State players have received their Peach Bowl rings, not to mark losing that game to Houston but in celebration of winning the mythical Sunshine State title.

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