March 31, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Butler bags big prize

Gaffney's Paul Butler is living a dream - playing professional golf. But Butler never envisioned this happy ending so soon after capturing the Tarheel Tour's Tour Players Golf Group (TPGG) Classic on Friday. More...

Lady Indians outlast Boiling Springs

The Gaffney Lady Indians are playing like a team intent on making the playoffs. Gaffney pushed across two runs in a ninth-inning tiebreaker to beat homestanding Boiling Springs 4-2 and improve to 6-2 in the region. More...

Kansas holds of Davidson's final shot, Jayhawks reach Final Four

DETROIT - And then there were ones. Four No. 1s, that is. Kansas wore down Stephen Curry and plucky upstart Davidson with its size and strength, holding on for a 59-57 victory Sunday that put all four No. More...

Bulldogs frustrate Gaffney

Surprise, surprise. For the second time this season, Jimmy Revan and the Boiling Springs Bulldogs edged the Gaffney Indians by the same margin of 1-0 on Friday. Revan struck out 13 in tossing a complete game four-hitter. More...

Photo

Ledger photo by LARRY HILLIARD CLOSELY GUARDED - Limestone defender Caroline Pickell tries to stop a Lees-McRae scoring chance during first-half action on Saturday. The No.2-ranked Lady Saints beat Lees-McRae 24-5. More...

BRIEFS

Local Gamecock Club meeting April 8 The Spartanburg-Cherokee- Greenville Gamecock clubs will hold their spring meeting at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium Tuesday, April 8, with dinner starting at 5:30 p.m. More...

Gaffney track team notches 10th victory of season

The Gaffney HIgh boys track team was a perfect 10 on Thursday. The Indians notched their 10th victory of the season by beating Broome, Woodruff and Union in a meet at Broome High School. More...

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