Twelve local golfers will compete at the legendary Pebble Beach Resorts in California this month for the National Finals of the National Kidney Foundation Golf Classic.
The Riverside high boys basketball team worked its way to an 8-5 record with recent wins over Woodmont and JL Mann in nonconference play. The Warriors will take on Mauldin this week.
Post competition recovery just got a little more high tech for North Greenville student athletes with the addition of a cryogenic chamber to the Angie and Sam Kelly Strength and Conditioning Complex.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
In October 2010, after a close loss to Philadelphia, ESPN’s Adam Schefter received not so much a text as a bold proclamation. The message was from Jed York, the 30-year-old CEO of the 0-5 San Francisco 49ers, and it simply stated “We’re going to win the division.”
After a frustrating loss to Wade Hampton, the Eastside boys basketball team bounced back to notch its first region win over Union County last week, 70-37.
Head coach Tom Chamness said his team has got to limit mistakes if it wants to have success during the region schedule.
Spartanburg Day Junior Zion Williamson was named MVP of the 2016 Farm Bureau Classic at Dorman last week. In the Griffins’ three games at the tournament, Williamson scored 109 points.
The Eastside boys basketball team is 9-3 heading into its first week of region play, having knocked off BHP and Palmetto over the holiday break.
The Eagles were slightly hobbled during the Bobcat Christmas Classic in Seneca, but head coach Tom Chamness said the tournament provided some good experience for his players.
Returning nearly everyone from last year’s state championship roster, the Eastside wrestling team is hunting its 25th consecutive region title, and much more.
The Eagles went 6-0 at the Wildcat Duals in Lexington last weekend, facing what head coach Jack Kosmicki believes to be the toughest competition in South Carolina.
The Greer boys basketball team dropped a game to Westwood, 61-49, but bounced back to defeat J.L. Mann and Palmetto at the C. Dan Joyner Poinsettia Classic in Greenville over the break.
The Jackets had trouble with turnovers against Westwood, which turned out to be the difference in the opening round of the tournament.
Heading into its first week of region action, the Greer girls basketball team is sitting at 11-2 after wins over Duluth and Western Branch.
The Lady Yellow Jackets took part in the Carolina Invitational over Christmas break, giving up its only loss to the John Carroll Patriots out of Maryland.