February 6, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Young Wildcats look to next season

Blacksburg coach Travis Miller is already looking forward to next season. The youthful Wildcats, whose roster consisted of a freshman, four sophomores and seven juniors, fell to Chesnee 68-42 to close out the regular season on Tuesday. More...

Gaffney boxer a knockout in debut

Gaffney native John Bradbury made the most of his professional debut last Friday in the hills of West Virginia, stopping Ohio talent John Milan in the opening round of a light heavyweight bout. More...

N.Y. celebrates Super victory

On a day for jumping and whooping it up, Michael Strahan showed the throngs of jubilant fans just how it's done, New York Giants style. More...

Saint wrestlers outlast Tornadoes

The Limestone Saints wrestling team dominated for a 40-7 win over King College on Tuesday night. With the victory, the Saints improve to 15-2-1 on the season. More...

Hillcrest dumps Indians

The Hillcrest Rams reminded Gaffney why they are region champions on Tuesday. Steadman Short had 16 points and Corey Anderson added 13 to help the Rams beat the visiting Indians 68-50. More...

BRIEFS

YMCA hoop results In Biddyball action, Correll Insurance (MVPs Mark Lyons and Ayrion Strong) played Blakely Funeral Home (MVPs Caleb Upchurch and Tanner Whelchel) and the Elk's Lodge (MVPs Mason Solomon and Joey Larsen) played the Ruppe Rental More...

Top Indians

TOP INDIANS - The Gaffney Indian wrestilng team participated in the Region II- 4A meet last Friday. More...

Print Edition

Click here for digital edition
2008-02-06 digital edition

Special Sections

Poll

Who do you support for Cherokee County Sheriff?