October 11, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Indians open hoop season Nov. 27

The Gaffney Indians will tip off their basketball season on Monday, Nov. 27, against York. The Indians will play nine non-region games and eight region games this season, as well as a couple of tournaments. More...

UPPER STATE BOUND!

The Gaffney High girls golf team placed fourth with a team score of 355 to qualify for the upper state tournament.   More...

South Carolina defense starting to click at the right time

South Carolina's defense is making its mark at the right time, forcing turnovers and stuffing opponents to be the driving force in the Gamecocks' surprising start. More...

Let’s Get Physical!

Gaffney focused on being more physical

Heading into a near must-win game on Friday against Boiling Springs, Gaffney coach Dan Jones said he’s focusing on one area in particular where the Indians need to improve. And that’s becoming a more physical football team. More...

Two Region III teams in poll

Two Region III teams appear in this week’s Class 5A media rankings. Byrnes comes in at No. 5, a spot ahead of Spartanburg. Dorman, which beat Gaffney this past Friday, received votes. Class 5A More...

SPORTS BRIEFS

Former Gaffney High Indian Jordon Shippy had 35 yards on nine carries in Tusculum’s 28-24 win over Mars Hill on Saturday. Another former Indian star, Shaq Davidson, had two catches for 18 yards in No. More...

‘Cuse relishes spotlight vs. Clemson

Syracuse's Dino Babers has coached at 15 colleges since he started at Hawaii in 1984 as a graduate assistant, so he knows what he and his Orange will be up against with second-ranked Clemson. More...

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Should Gaffney City Council overrule the Accommodations Tax Advisory committee and grant the S.C. Peach Festival’s request for $15,000 to promote the event?