The American Junior Golf Association, which features some of the top young golfers in the world, made its return to Greenwood for the second consecutive year with Monday’s Junior-Am tournament.
The South Carolina High School League appellate panel rejected an appeal by Greenville County School District to suspend summer workouts indefinitely across the state. The appeal was rejected by a 6-0 vote.
Expressing concern or skepticism about playing games during a pandemic can lead to allegations that one is rooting for sports to fail, but that’s a moot point. COVID-19 will have the final say on sports no matter what anyone wishes to happen.
South Carolina picked up another weapon for the offensive side last week with a commitment from running back Antario Brown (5-foot-11, 213 pounds) of Savannah, Georgia. Brown picked the Gamecocks over Virginia Tech. He also had offers from West Virginia, NC State and Savannah State.
With its season on the line following a lopsided loss in Game 1 of the playoffs, the Post 20 Greenwood Braves bounced back in a big way Tuesday against Lexington.
The Ware Shoals Catfish Feastival Memorial golf tournament drew 120 golfers on July 18 at The Links at Stoney Point. Participants raised $8,491 for the Ware Shoals Catfish Feastival.
USC is scheduled to open camp this week, and if all goes well for WR Jalen Brooks (6-foot-3, 190 pounds) of Harrisburg, North Carolina, he’ll be running routes with the Gamecocks within a couple of weeks. Brooks, who played at Wingate University the last two seasons, announced a commitment t…
A long walk through campus, the savory aroma of hundreds of grills growing stronger as you near the stadium and the satisfying view of green after plopping down on a stadium seat may have to wait for next year.
The Post 20 Greenwood Braves got a sneak peek at their upcoming playoff opponent Friday night — and learned they have a lot to improve on next week.
The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, a high school all-star game with pits the top players of South Carolina against top players of North Carolina, will not be played this season, the event’s Board of Governors decided Thursday after a meeting.
Ninety Six will resume its summer workouts Monday after suspending practices for more than two weeks because of a school staff member testing positive for COVID-19.