April 1, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Strickland opens eyes at pro day

Jaguars make contact with Wofford star

Making an NFL roster has been a childhood dream for Gaffney's Andy Strickland. He took a step forward in realizing that dream with an impressive performance at an NFL-sponsored pro day at Furman University last week. More...

Northwestern scores in eighth to upend Indians, 6-5

The Northwestern Trojans showed once again they are a threat to Gaffney's title hopes. More...

BRIEFS

Lady Saints improve The Limestone College softball team improved to 5-3 in league play with two wins against Belmont Abbey in Conference Carolinas action on Tuesday afternoon at Lady Saints Field. More...

Lady Wildcats fall to 2-3 in region

The Blacksburg High softball team was a picture of frustration Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats had no trouble putting runners on base, but stranded eight of those runners in a 7-3 loss to Southside Christian. More...

Calipari leaves Memphis for Kentucky challenge

John Calipari agreed Tuesday to leave Memphis and the dominant program he built and take on the challenge — and riches — of returning Kentucky to college basketball glory. More...

Lady Indians win again

No need to sweat this one. After all, Gaffney's Julie Sarratt was on the mound. More...

Lack of lighting scuttles two more track GHS meets

Two more home track dates have been postponed because of a lack of lighting at the new track facility. The Indians were expected to host Boiling Springs on Tuesday and Nation Ford, Fort Mill and Blacksburg in a tri-meet on Thursday. More...

SCHEDULE

Today No games scheduled. Thursday High School Baseball Byrnes at Gaffney. 7:30 p.m. More...

Photos

SWEET SWING - Gaffney's Lana Ward swings at a pitch during Tuesday's game with Northwestern. Ward had a single and RBI triple in the Lady Indians' 3-0 victory over Northwestern. More...

Broncos agree to trade disgruntled quarterback

The Denver Broncos said Tuesday they will grant Jay Cutler his request and try to trade the disgruntled Pro Bowl quarterback. More...

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