The North Greenville softball team was eliminated from the NCAA Regional Tournament on Saturday after looses of 4-1 and 2-0 to Limestone College and North Georgia.
After falling in the District championship last week, the Blue Ridge baseball team isn’t going to spend much time feeling sorry for itself.
In the past two weeks, the Blue Ridge golf team has won a region title, placed sixth in the Upper State tournament and qualified for state.
The Tigers narrowly edged Eastside in the conference championship, scoring 311 as a team. Eastside scored 312, and the next closest team (Travelers Rest) scored 330.
The Lady Rebel softball team will play for an Upper State title Friday in Duncan, advancing to the championship with wins over JL Mann and Boiling Springs.
The Rebels will only need to win one more game to advance to the state championship, while their Friday opponent would have to win twice.
The Eastside boys soccer team took on Aiken this week for the Upper State title. Results were not available at press time, but full results will be posted in next week’s Citizen.
Just a couple of days prior to the race at Richmond International Raceway on April 30, I got an email from Jon Keller. Jon works for a global PR firm called Zeno, which according to its website, is “an independent, entrepreneurial team of visionaries, experts and achievers.
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The North Greenville University softball team will travel to Dahlonega, Georgia this weekend to take on North Georgia in the first round of the NCAA Division II softball tournament.
Head coach Phil Smith and the Riverside Warriors hit the field for spring practice sessions last week. Riverside is hoping to return to the postseason in 2017.