The Greenville Swamp Rabbits, an ECHL affiliate of the New York Rangers and the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack, have been purchased by a new multi-member ownership group led by Steve Donner.
The BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation has appointed Steve Sellery as Executive Director, and named Mike McGovern – former Operations Director of the tournament – as Tournament Director for the upcoming year.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
The North Greenville men’s volleyball team fell to the Lindenwood Lions in straight sets during the Grow the Game Challenge, hosted by Off the Block (11-25, 22-25, 17-25).
The Greer area saw some stellar performances on the gridiron in 2017, with four of the five area high schools making state playoff appearances.
Those accomplishments can, in part, be attributed to the efforts of five young men, who have been named finalists for The Greer Citizen - Owens Insurance Player of the Year award.
The Eastside boys basketball team dominated Union County to pick up its first region win of the season, topping the Jackets 61-43 at home.
The Eagles stormed out of the gate with a 25-2 run that set the tone.
The Greer boys basketball team opened region play with a road loss to Travelers Rest, falling 66-52 after a sloppy third quarter.
The Yellow Jackets are now 7-7 overall with a game against Eastside this Friday.
Greer put together a strong first half, taking a two-point lead into intermission.
The Lady Jackets picked up their first region win over Travelers Rest, topping the Devildogs 48-43.
Megan Jones led the Greer girls basketball team with 17 points and four assists, stealing the win on the road.
The Riverside boys basketball team is riding momentum into region pay, having recently won the Hart County Christmas Tournament.
Having put together a 10-3 mark in non-region action, the Lady Rebels will open conference play this week against Dorman on the road.