In a world where football players are inclined to transfer schools rather than bide their time, Greenwood quarterback Daylan Rappley used his time as the Eagles 2020 backup quarterback to fine tune his skills.
BY James Benedetto
As a native New Yorker, every Sept. 11 is a day of reflection.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Sometimes it takes a team a minute to fully get into the game.
After the team showed flashes of its potential in back-to-back losses, it all came together for Greenwood Christian as it cruised to a 48-0 victory against Spartanburg Christian last week.
It’s a phrase that Greenwood coach Chris Liner has found himself using a lot lately
A trio of Lakelands teams, Greenwood, Abbeville and Saluda, were all ranked in the top 10 of the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll this week.
It’s a sound Trent McKnight has grown accustomed to, during his five-year tenure as Georgia State’s wide receivers coach.
Football, like many sports, can come down to an inch.
For the second consecutive game, Greenwood needed just three sets to dispose of its opponent. This time, it was Abbeville as the Eagles cruised to their third win of the season in straight sets; 25-18, 25-20, 25-14.
A sports information director is a liaison between media and their team. Their job is mostly behind the scenes, taking stats or updates on the team, but they sometimes emerge from behind the proverbial curtain.