September 19, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Rivals seeking to get seasons back on track

Over the past decade, Upstate football enthusiasts made sure to mark the annual gridiron renewal between rivals Byrnes and Gaffney on their calendars, the game typically having high stakes for both teams in their respective pursuits of a state title. More...

Rivalry being used to potentially help save lives

Teenagers, on average, text five times more a day than adults. When that activity takes place behind the wheel, the consequences can be tragic. More...

Heisman winner Winston benched for first half

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Woodruff takes down Ewing, 22-6 Woodruff beat Ewing Middle Thursday in the season opener. Ewing took an early 6-0 lead on a 1-yard touchdown run by Demetrius Wood. The score was set up by a 35-yard pass from Hunter Bullock to Travis Winkler. More...

ATHLON SPORTS INSIDE NASCAR

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A 24-7 focus on the gridiron has allowed Prouty to thrive in his senior season at Blacksburg

Chris Prouty takes no satisfaction in the early success Blacksburg has experienced in his senior season. More...

‘Cats hope to slow vaunted Woodruff attack

After a surprising start, Blacksburg will take its shot at one of the state’s top Class 2A programs Friday when it makes a short road trip to tackle Woodruff in its region opener. More...

Mirror images to collide, each seeking first win

Almost mirror images will take the field Saturday night at The Reservation, a pair of fledgling programs in College of the Faith and Limestone each hoping to notch their first victory on the young season. More...

Clemson seeking to pull off upset

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Clemson coach Dabo Swinney has seen too many underdog success stories to worry about what others think of his team's chances at topranked Florida State this week. More...

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