Julian Randolph and AJ Myers have signed a National Letters of Intent to continue their basketball careers at North Greenville University.
By Mark Vasto
For the Greer Citizen
So my cousin Mike comes up to me at a funeral and says to me, “Yo, cousin Mark ... am I right about this? Tell me Jordan wasn’t the greatest of all-time? That the NBA is boring now.”
By Reid Spencer
Two weeks ago at Dover, Kyle Larson took a painful master class in restarts from Professor Jimmie Johnson.
Local golfers will have an opportunity to tee it up for Greer Relief next Monday, June 19, during the DayStrong Golf for Relief event at Greer Country Club.
The Captains Choice tournament will take place at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start, and will feature longest drive, par three and closest to the pin competitions.
The Greenville Drive will continue its series against the Columbia Fireflies Wednesday and Thursday night, and a Heisman Trophy winner will be headlining the visitor’s lineup.
Former Riverside golfer and University of Alabama standout Jonathan Hardee recorded a top 20 finish at the NCAA Men’s Golf National Championships last month.
With a four day total of 288, Hardee notched rounds of 69, 75, 67 and 77 to claim even par for the tournament.
Century Park played host to the Greer Upper State baseball championships last weekend, and several Greer Baseball Classic teams finished atop the pack.
The Blue Ridge football team is looking to do better than the two win season it had in 2016.
With some new schemes, new faces and new coaching in place, summer workouts will a long way toward making that happen for the Tigers.
Greer High basketball coaches Greg Miller and Mazzie Drummond are teaming up host the third annual Yellow Jacket Basketball Camp from July 17-20.
The camp, which will be held from 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. daily, was designed to spark interest in the program from young players.
Reggie Shaw’s return to Byrnes football has been easy so far.
That’s because the new head coach out of A.C. Flora adopted a team with revenge on its mind.