SAILing into competition: SAIL swimmers have been hard at work training for upcoming meets.
Entering a summer of transition, the Blue Ridge football team is beginning to see its team take shape during 7-on-7 tournament competition.
The Tigers competed in a tournament at Mauldin on June 11 and will continue summer action on July 7.
Having now lost four of its last five games, the Greer 1 junior Amerian Legion squad is hoping to quickly get things back on track.
Post 115 split a double header with Union last Wednesday, but has since dropped games to Inman (10-0) and Gaffney (4-0, 1-0).
Greer has not scored a run in the last four contests.
The Greer 2 American Legion team is beginning to click, winning six of its last eight games.
Head coach Mike Fowler and his squad secured wins over Gaffney (8-7, 6-0) and Inman (3-2) last week, improving to 13-5 on the year.
Kurt Busch wins short race At Michigan
Neither rain nor his second-worst starting position of the season (24th) could stop Kurt Busch in Sunday’s Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
by Rob Gray
NASCAR Wire Service
Last season, a powerful run through Iowa Speedway helped Erik Jones finally emerge from the tall shadows cast by bad luck.
But the talented 19-year-old’s relationship with misfortune re-formed in 2015 — until, again, Iowa.
By Jack McCarthy
NASCAR Wire Service
Erik Jones’ last-ditch push had a victory payoff on Sunday.
Conference Carolinas announced recently named 1,914 student athletes to the Presidential Honor Roll for the Spring 2015 semester.
Greer High School will host a Yellow Jacket basketball camp on July 13-16 (for girls third through sixth) and July 20-23 (for boys grades third through sixth). Both camps will run from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
As any watcher of sports on television can tell you, commercials are unavoidable. Not only are they pervasive, they are repetitious -- sometimes, I would argue, to a fault.