June 4, 2007 RSS feed / Sports

Spartanburg nips Post 109

On many a night, Jordan Propst's numbers would have earned him a win. Not Friday. Propst allowed just four hits and three runs in seven-plus innings but David Parry was a little better as Spartanburg improved to 5-0 with a 3-1 win over Post 109. More...

Standout backer garnering more interest

J.B. Shippy's cell phone is ringing more these days. Gaffney's standout linebacker has received scholarship offers from Presbyterian, S.C. State, Liberty and Coastal Carolina. More...

BRIEFS

Clemson downs Coastal Carolina Andy D'Alessio's two doubles, home run and four RBIs lifted second seeded Clemson to the 11-8 victory over host and No. 1-seed Coastal Carolina in the NCAA tournament Myrtle Beach regional Sunday. More...

Daddy Joe's wins opener

J.J. Lattimore scored 14 points to lead Daddy Joe's to a 37-21 victory over Freightliner in the season opener Friday of the Cherokee County Youth Basketball League. David George had seven points in a losing effort. More...

Cubs dump Braves, 10-1

CHICAGO - The Chicago Cubs came out swinging - and no, not at each other. More...

Speed is focus of county combine

There were no college scouts' prying eyes, but that didn't stop about 100 athletes from participating in Saturday's Cherokee County Sports Combine at W.K. Brumbach Stadium. More...

POST 109 PROFILE

Name: McCrae Norton

Age: 16 Position: Centerfield Jersey No.: 3 School: Gaffney High School H.S. More...

Kidd leads team to crown

The timely hitting of Gaffney High School senior Hayden Kidd and Seneca's Stephanie Mihaly helped lead the Carolina Thunder Cats to its seventh consecutive Memorial Day Classic tournament title Sunday, defeating the Wildcats 9-0. More...

Parris offered GHS hoops job

Stacey Parris is expected to decide today if she will become the next Gaffney High girls' varsity basketball coach. Parris played collegiately at Wofford College. Her coaching resume includes stints at Spartanburg Methodist and Fordham University. More...

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