Cami Lee Isbell, a 9 year old from Greenwood, got quite the surprise when she threw out the first pitch at the Greenville Drive game on Monday.
The Yellow Jackets wrapped up 7-on-7 tournament play last weekend, nearly capturing a championship at Wren High.
The rain came down hard Monday morning, but that did not stop more than one hundred golfers from supporting the North Greenville University football team.
Riverside track/cross country coach Eric Cummings wanted the first event held on the Warrior’s new rubberized track to include the community.
Two North Greenville football players, including a former Byrnes standout, have already drawn preseason recognition.
The Blue Ridge girls’ basketball team did not see the deep playoff run it had hoped for last season, but with a new season comes new life.
Accomplishing feats uncharacteristic for a rookie, Chase Elliott won again, leading 85 of 200 laps en route to his third win of the season in last Saturday’s EnjoyIllinois.com 300 NASCAR Nationwide
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s storybook season that began with a second victory in the Daytona 500 reached another level on Sunday, a vital one in the ultimate goal of winning a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cha
Washington Baptist hosts sports camp
Washington Baptist Church will host a sports camp each Wednesday night throughout the remainder of July.
Champions were crowned last Thursday at the 2014 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup at the MESA Soccer Complex in Greer.