The fourth annual “A Hero’s 5K Run & Walk” will be held Saturday, Feb. 1, at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. The opening ceremony begins at 8:30 a.m. in front of the Timmons Arena, and a “Kids Fun Run” begins just after the 5K shotgun start.
It was a week of inconsistency for Carlton Greene’s Lady Yellow Jackets.
Greer dropped region games to Berea and Greenville, and the head coach blames it on sloppy play.
Register for Baseball, soccer, softball
Greer Baseball Club, Foothills Soccer Club of Greer, and Girls Softball sign-ups for the spring of 2014 conclude Friday, Feb. 7.
As a sports writer/fan, it’s easy to lose your passion for the game.
You know, that thing that made you stay out until it was dark as a kid.
That thing that helped you get closer to your dad or meet the girl you ended up marrying.
That thing that offers a simple escape when you just need a few hours to play.
Eastside put together one of its best team performances of the season over the weekend, defeating Hillcrest 260-254 for the Greenville County wrestling championship.
Eagle coach Jack Kosmicki said his team showed some major improvements during the outing.
Courtney Robinson netted her 1,000th career point at Blue Ridge on Thursday, a milestone most high school athletes have to wait until their senior season to accomplish.
Jacob Simms has been named the head coach of North Greenville’s track and field program and Cameron Stober will take over coaching duties for the cross country team.
Simms, who ran collegiately at University of Tennessee Chattanooga and North Greenville, graduated as a Crusader in the Spring of 2013.
The Lady Tigers capitalized on a last-minute comeback Thursday night, sealing a 81-77 win over rival Greer in the final seconds of the game.
After sitting out most of the game with foul trouble, Blue Ridge guard Courtney Robinson hit four last minute free throws that ultimately gave her team the win.
After a 1-9 start to the season, Blue Ridge was desperate for a win.
Thursday night, that win came over rival Greer in a hard-fought 66-57 contest at home. Tiger coach Ray Riley said he hopes his team will be able to turn the page on a rough start.
Boston Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington will be in attendance during the Greenville Drive’s annual Hot Stove Event, slated for Monday, Jan. 27.
Cherington, who was named Major League Baseball’s executive of the year in 2013, is entering his third season with the Red Sox.