Hall of Fame voters took a jab at Major League Baseball fans last week, but who are we kidding, those same voters have been insulting the game for years.
After picking up two more region losses last week, Blue Ridge is looking towards a matchup with its rival to get back on the right track.
The Tigers host Greer on Thursday, and Blue Ridge coach Ray Riley said his team is expecting a tough test.
Greer showed no signs of rust last week, earning wins over Berea and Pickens after the holiday break.
The Lady Yellow Jackets began the week with a sharp showing against the Bulldogs, pulling away for a 56-40 win.
Wesley Johnson has been the key to Eastside’s early success this season.
The 6-8 power forward, who dropped a combined 48 points in two games last week, said his team is growing and maturing.
Goodwill Mud Run
Registration is now open for the Goodwill Mud Run, presented by St. Francis Sports Medicine.
Upward Sports is making the move to high-level competitive soccer with the creation of an expansion team in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL).
Building off the successes of its more advanced programs in basketball and volleyball, Upward is adding soccer to its selection of “Performance Division” opportunities.
Byrnes coach Bobby Bentley has been watching senior wide receiver Shaedon Meadors catch passes since the third grade, but says his best years are still ahead.
Meadors was named The Greer Citizen’s Player of the Year for his performance in 2013, putting the finishing touches on his final season.
I almost gave up on the national championship game.
It was already 10:30 p.m. (they start games entirely too late these days) and I was having trouble holding my eyes open. For some reason, Auburn running away with a national title did not appeal to me.
Just 13 games into his first season as a head coach, Greg Miller said he is expecting big things from his team.
Riverside has battled its way to a 7-6 record this year, and Miller said his team has only scratched the surface of what it is capable of doing.
Heading into a crucial region schedule, Eastside coach Tom Chamness said his team wants another crack at a state championship.
The Eagles are 11-3 on the year, but Chamness wants his team to be clicking on all cylinders when it dives back into region play.