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April 18, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Gaffney track team experiences growing pains

The Gaffney High track team is going through some growing pains this season, but coach Eric Agnew believes his squad is moving in the right direction. The team earned its first win last week, knocking off Blacksburg. More...

ALL IN THE FAMILY -

Greyson Hughey (top picture) was named the MVP for the Granard Middle School football team this season. Forty years ago, his father, Cleveland E. More...

NATIONWIDE SERIES

STAR ON THE RISE

Nationwide Series rookie Chase Elliott puts sport on high alert after two straight wins When Bill Elliott made his first appearance on the NASCAR Cup circuit in 1976, he was a shy, 20-year-old fresh off the short tracks of Georgia. More...

AROUND THE CIRCUIT

HARVICK WINS IN DARLINGTON Kevin Harvick became the first repeat winner on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit with his win in Saturday’s Bojangles’ Southern 500. Harvick passed Dale Earnhardt Jr. More...

NUMBERS GAME

Technically not a number, zero is the amount of wins that Jeff Gordon and Matt Kenseth — ranked first and second in the point standings — have combined for in 2014. More...

Gaffney golfers start fast but struggle in final round of Bengal Invitational

The Gaffney High golf team had a rough day on the links Tuesday. After standing in the ninth after day one of the Bengal Invitational in Columbia, the Indians shot a second round 330 to tumble to 17th. The Indians shot a 308 on day one. More...

DELIVERY MAN

— Gaffney High jayvee pitcher Chad Williams delivers a pitch during a twinbill this past Saturday against Wade Hampton. More...

LOCAL BRIEFS

l The annual reunion for former players of Gaffney Coach Bob Prevatte is scheduled for 6 p.m. on May 3, at the Gaffney Elks Lodge. Light refreshments will be served. More...

Dismissed Tiger QB apologizes

Former Clemson quarterback Chad Kelly apologized for his behavior with the Tigers and believes he can learn from the experience. Kelly issued a statement Wednesday through his uncle, Dan Kelly, the vice president of Jim Kelly Inc. More...

WEIGHING THE CROWN JEWELS

Will changes to NASCAR’s title format place more emphasis on winning big races?

On Saturday evening Kevin Harvick accomplished a feat that only two other active Sprint Cup drivers can lay claim to, winning NASCAR’s career grand slam. More...

PICK UP THE PACE

Three drivers who should not take a vacation over NASCAR’s first off weekend.
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SPRINT CUP STANDINGS

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