for Goodwill Mud Run
Registration is now open for the Goodwill Mud Run, presented by St. Francis Sports Medicine. The event will be held Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 7 a.m. and Sunday, April 13 at 4 p.m. The run will be 3.5 miles with 35 obstacles.
Four North Greenville football players have earned NCCAA All-American honors after successful individual seasons on the field in 2013.
Senior wide receiver Freddie Martino was named first team NCCAA All-American after setting a NCAA Division II record for receptions in a season with 146 catches for 1,680 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The Lady Tigers (7-2) cruised to wins over Berea and Greenville last week after strong performances from standout guard Ross Mathis.
Mathis scored a combined 65 points in the two wins.
Eastside’s Runkal Curry had yet to shoot a free throw this year. That is, of course, until he stepped to the line—his team down by two-- in the closing seconds of Friday night’s game against Greer.
Curry’s two made free throws sealed the 52-51 win for his team with six seconds left on the road.
The Eagles are perfect on the mat this season, and last week’s match against Greer proved no different.
Corey Struss will be North Greenville’s first mens’ lacrosse coach, leaving Ohio Valley University to join the Crusaders’ new program.
North Greenville added mens’ lacrosse to the varsity sports lineup in June.
For a few brief moments Friday night, my vision faded to black and white. I was transported back to a time with no three-point line. Back to a time where dunks didn’t exist and basketball shorts were as short as you could get them.
Local high school football standouts were selected to all-region teams last week, putting the finishing touches on what was a successful season for several teams.
Blue Ridge coach Shane Clark said the honor is something not many players accomplish during their high school careers.
I remember the exact moment “Famous” Jameis Winston, now a Heisman trophy winner, burst onto the scene.
Five area football players have separated themselves from the pack, securing spots as finalists for this season’s Player of the Year award.
Respective coaches have nominated Chris Pittman (Blue Ridge), Mario Funes (Riverside), Shaedon Meadors (Byrnes), Michael Fernandez (Eastside) and Quez Nesbitt (Greer).