Rising North Greenville senior Hunter Crandall is spending his summer in Netanya, Israel where he will compete in the World Lacrosse Championships hosted by the Federation of International Lacrosse.
A record 76 golfers hit the links on June 29 for Good Shepherd Church’s third annual “Go for the Green” fundraiser.
The event, held at Greer Country Club, raised more than $7,000 for the church’s restoration fund.
CrossFit Greer will be changing locations this fall due to growth.
According to management, classes and services at the current location on Wade Hampton Boulevard have increased, so plans are now in place to move to a new building behind the old Ryan’s restaurant on Poinsett Street.
Greer High’s Jesse Godsey recently won a gold medal in the 25 freestyle swim competition at the Special Olympics in Seattle, Washington.
SC lake makes Bassmaster ranking
Santee Cooper lakes (Marion and Moultrie) have been ranked sixth in the nation among the 2018 List of Bassmaster Magazine’s 100 Best Bass Lakes. The lakes placed number two in the Southeastern rankings.
The Rebels are back on top after a win at the Palmetto State Showdown 7-on-7 last Saturday in Duncan.
Byrnes topped Bergen Catholic in the championship, 20-14, upsetting the tournament favorites on the final day.
June was about repetition for the Yellow Jackets.
With a veteran quarterback and receiving corps returning this fall, head coach Will Young has used recent 7-on-7 competitions to gain experience and develop chemistry heading into August practice sessions.
Registration is still open for the Yellow Jacket Basketball Camp, hosted by Greer High basketball coaches Greg Miller and Mazzie Drummond.
The camp, set for July 16-19, will be held from 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. daily. It was designed to spark interest in the program from young players, according to Miller.
Greer’s 8U Dixie Softball team recently topped Boiling Springs to claim the district championship. The team will now compete at the state tournament on July 6.
The Glassy Mountain Fire Foundation is holding its 23rd charity golf tournament on Saturday, July 21.
The fundraiser, which is taking place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at The Cliffs at Glassy Golf Course, benefits the Glassy Mountain Fire Service Area.