The Wofford Terriers earned the No. 7 seed in the Midwest Region of the 2019 NCAA Tournament, traveling to Jacksonville, Florida, to face the 10th-seeded Seton Hall Pirates in the first round on Thursday at 9:40 p.m. on CBS.
Zion-mania might be sweeping the nation, but it started in Spartanburg.
Duke’s star power forward Zion Williamson will lead the No. 1 Blue Devils into round one of the NCAA Tournament this Friday, reaching another milestone in his already successful career.
The Warriors are now 3-1 in region play after splitting a pair of games with Byrnes last week.
The Rebels rallied from a 2-1 deficit in game one, scoring two runs in the bottom half of the inning to seal the 3-2 win at home.
The Lady Rebel softball team went 3-3 on Saturday, knocking off Berkeley (6-0), North Augusta (14-1) and Union County (10-0) during a tournament at Tyger River Park.
Byrnes is now 9-0 on the season with four region wins in the books.
The Blue Ridge baseball team won three games in three nights last week, improving to 8-1 on the season and 2-0 in the region.
The Tigers defeated Berea last Tuesday (10-0) in the region opener.
By Reid Spencer
Let the debate begin.
Recovering from a pit road speeding penalty with the help of a timely caution, Kyle Busch collected his 200th NASCAR national series victory with a dominating win in Sunday’s Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway.
Riverside to hold Dodgeball Tournament
The Riverside High Wrestling Team will host a 32 team bracketed dodgeball tournament on Saturday, March 30, at 10 a.m.
Concessions will be sold all day.
The winning team will receive medals and a trophy.
Those interested should contact Coach Wynn at Riverside High.
Crusaders record personal bests
The North Greenville men’s track and field team had a busy weekend at the Charlotte 49er Classic in Charlotte, North Carolina, taking home several top 10 finishes and personal bests.
The Blue Ridge baseball team played for more than just themselves last Thursday night during a matchup against Asheville.
The Tigers were playing for those battling cancer.
Two longtime fixtures at The Greer Country Club (GCC) are on their way out.
The club’s board of directors announced on Facebook last week that manager Steven Gay had resigned after 12 years and that Martha Corbin would not continue her work in the clubhouse kitchen.