North Greenville’s JJ Sherman was recently named a 2019 NCAA DII Indoor Track & Field All-American by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
The Yellow Jackets softball team is hoping to make some strides with a roster full of underclassmen this season.
After making a playoff appearance in 2018, head coach Shane Craig knows his team will have a long way to go to achieve a similar result this season.
Following a 15-win season and a trip to the Class AAAA state playoffs, the Blue Ridge softball team is looking for more.
Returning a veteran roster and seven starters, head coach Alecia Rhinehart said her team is expecting big things this season.
The Blue Ridge baseball team is off to a perfect 5-0 start, knocking off Wade Hampton (9-3), Liberty (7-3) and Berea (13-0) to win the Dog Invitational last week.
The Tigers showcased their pitching depth, using nine different players on the mound during the three games.
Having played in the last three state championships, Brandi Aiken’s Rebels are beginning to shape what looks to be a dynasty.
That’s not the word Aiken is using, however.
Riverside won two and lost two at the IP Classic in Georgetown last week.
Despite falling to AC Flora and Summerville early in the preseason tournament, Riverside bounced back to knock off Georgetown and Chapin.
By Reid Spencer
It was a victory for Joey Logano and for Team Penske.
It was a victory for NASCAR’s new higher-downforce, lower-horsepower competition package, which debuted in full flower on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The North Greenville baseball team split a doubleheader with Erskine last weekend, winning the first game, 5-2, and dropping the second game, 4-3.
The Crusaders now boast a conference record of 4-2, good enough for third place in the standings. Tucker Burgess recorded his third win of the season during the series.
Greer’s Brandon Bora claimed the heavyweight title at the South Carolina Golden Gloves State Championship.
Bora was one of eight Open Class winners at the event, which was hosted at The Spinning Jenny last Friday and Saturday.
Eight local wrestlers claimed individual state championships during Class AAAA and Class AAAAA competition last week.
Eastside won six of those titles, with Chase Barnes (195 division), Ryan Augustine (160), Bryson Ethington (152), Ben Maholtz (145), Riley Augustine (138) and Tucker Allen (132) each earning Class AAAA championships.