December 3, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Strickland: We're in the right offense

The question swirled around the Gaffney High football team this season: "Was the move to the nohuddle offense the right one? Gaffney coach Phil Strickland gave the answer this week. More...

Sanders pours in 25 in Lady Wildcats' loss

The young Blacksburg Lady Wildcats gave Chesnee all it could handle before running out of gas in the second half in a season opening 63-43 loss on Tuesday. Ninth grader Malory Sanders scored 22 of her 25 points in the first half. More...

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WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS - Last month, the Blacksburg Middle School football team capped off a perfect season with a 26-8 victory over Mabry in the conference championship game. The team is coached by Toby Elliott. More...

Anderson pulls away in final 13 minutes to top Limestone

Anderson University outscored Limestone 31-17 in the final 13 minutes to pull away for a 79-62 victory in a Conference Carolinas game Tuesday night at the Abney Center. More...

Abed leads Anderson to win over Lady Saints

Ashley Abed came off the bench to score 17 points and three other Anderson University players reached double figures as the Lady Trojans beat Limestone 66- 57 in a Conference Carolinas game Tuesday night at the Abney Center. More...

BRIEFS

Wildcats open season with big win Nick Hames scored 20 points and Treyvon Parker added 10 to lead the Blacksburg Middle School boys basketball team to a seasonopening 52-12 victory over Landrum on Monday. More...

Chesnee blasts Wildcats

Blacksburg players were apparently satisfied with keeping the game close in their season opener against Chesnee. Unfortunately, Chesnee players had a much different idea in a 76-50 victory over Blacksburg. More...

Giants suspend Super Bowl hero

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The fallout from Plaxico Burress' self-inflicted gunshot wound may still cause problems for New York Giants middle linebacker Antonio Pierce and affect the team's bid for a second straight Super Bowl title. More...

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SOCCER CHAMPS - The Fighting Irish captured the Cherokee County soccer league championship for ages 4 and 5. The team finished the season undefeated. Team members include (First row) Jess Humphries, Daniel Beheler, Cooper Trnavsky and Ethan Pall. More...

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