The Blue Ridge boy’s basketball team will be looking to play more than 10 guys in each game this season. That depth is an advantage coach Ray Riley said his team will need to capitalize on to have success.
NASCAR officials recently this week Tony Stewart will appear on the cover of NASCAR ’14.
Fans worldwide cast more than 700,000 votes in the “Drive for the Cover” campaign, ultimately giving the green light to three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Stewart.
North Greenville University’s Keith Johnson was recently named Conference Carolinas’ Men’s Basketball Player of the Week.
Johnson played a pivotal role in leading the Crusaders to a perfect 3-0 record before Thanksgiving break, including a win in the team’s first conference contest.
Greer High to celebrate 1978 basketball team
Greer High School will honor the 1978 boys state championship team and coaches on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. during halftime of the Greer vs. Byrnes basketball game.
The Greenville Drive announced today they are promoting a key front office member, Eric Jarinko to lead the South Atlantic League club. Jarinko has been named as the organization’s new General Manager. Jarinko has been with the Drive since their inaugural season in 2006, most recently serving as the organization’s Assistant General Manager.
North Greenville volleyball player Rachel Burts has been honored by Conference Carolinas as an All-Conference third team selection, as voted on by league coaches.
Byrnes High’s second-round Class AAAA playoff win over Lexington ended with a little bad blood Friday night.
The Rebels had already secured a 63-21 win over the lower-seeded visitors when a spat broke out at midfield during the traditional post-game handshake.
Jacket Backers may want to plug November Friday nights into their 2014 calendars. Greer High aims to be back in the football playoffs, “and I think we can figure out how to go even further,” promises Head Coach Will Young.
Lyrics Klugh’s team is making a deep playoff run and the junior’s defensive play has a lot to do with it.
The Byrnes football team has found its way into the third round of the Class AAAA playoffs, and Klugh hopes the Rebel defense will be able to maintain its high level of play.
After a game that featured 56 fouls and went nearly two hours, the Eastside Lady Eagles had their first win of the season Saturday afternoon against South Pointe.