The North Greenville baseball knocked off the Mount Olive Trojans, 10-7, last week, securing a second consecutive Conference Carolinas tournament title.
Conference Carolinas has named Christopher Colvin its new commissioner, effective June 1.
Dr. Todd Voss, President of Southern Wesleyan University, who chaired the search committee, said he was happy with the selection.
Three area softball teams are playing for district championships today.
Blue Ridge and Byrnes are in the drivers’ seat after dominating performances in the opening rounds of the playoffs.
The Rebels torched Laurens and Blythewood last week, winning by scores of 21-0 and 18-0.
Three-and-a-half years have passed since Johnny and Laurie Lee got that devastating phone call in the middle of the night.
On October 11, 2016, their 20-year-old son Josh was killed with four other young adults in a one-car crash on 4th Street in Boiling Springs.
The Blue Ridge Baseball team will head into postseason play on an eight game win streak after going 4-0 in the final week of the regular season.
Thursday marks the beginning of a road to redemption for the Byrnes softball team.
The Lady Rebels, who wrapped up the regular season with wins over Boiling Springs, Gaffney and Dorman, finish 13-1 in conference play and 22-3 on the year.
By Reid Spencer
Cole Custer said his No. 00 Stewart-Haas Racing NASCAR Xfinity Series team might be ready to peak in time for the Playoffs.
Clearly, Custer is ahead of schedule, after a convincing victory in last Friday night’s ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway.
With summer approaching, CrossFit Greer member Evelyn Ballew is looking to raise funds for a new fan to cool down the gym’s location.
The fitness group, which moved into a new building last year, has continued to grow since beginning its run in Greer.
Just Say Something to hold Golf Tournament
Just Say Something, formally Greenville Family Partnership, will host their 31st annual Red Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament on Monday, April 29, at the Green Valley Country Club.
The North Greenville baseball team ended conference play with a sweep of Chowan, 10-2 and 14-2.
Adam Sasser broke the single-season home run record in the contest, which was previously set by Nathaniel Maggio in 2016. Jeffrey Chandler also set a program first by hitting two home runs in one inning.