September 29, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Hopper denied victory by smallest of margins

Golf is truly a game of inches.   Gaffney native Patrick Hopper has found this out all too often this year, most recently Sept. More...

Lady Saints suffer tough loss to Pfeiffer

Limestone had everything working for them against Pfeiffer this past Saturday when Ashley Alderin-Fleagle (Kernersville, N.C.) put the Lady Saints up 2-0 with an unassisted goal in the 62nd minute. More...

Gould kick lifts Bears past Packers

Robbie Gould kicked a 19- yard field goal with 4 seconds left after linebacker Brian Urlacher forced a fumble in the closing minutes, and Chicago took advantage of a Green Bay team-record 18 penalties to beat the Packers 20-17 on Monday night. More...

Swinney says Clemson’s put last loss behind

CLEMSON — Clemson coach Dabo Swinney thought things couldn’t have gone much better during the Tigers off week.   More...

STRIKE!

State bowling jamboree here this weekend

For the first time in 30 years, the state’s annual bowling jamboree will take place in Gaffney this weekend.   More...

Friends, teammates gather at McKinley’s funeral

AUSTELL, Ga. — Denver Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley was remembered Monday as a model teammate with a body-shaking laugh that could provide muchneeded breaks from locker room tension. More...

Burris, Davis now not the only worry for teams trying to defend Gaffney offense

Gaffney coaches had quite the feeling senior wide receiver   Khris Brown was due for a breakout performance. More...

Lady Indians unable to pull one out at Northwestern

Gaffney's volleyball team fought hard, but it was not enough to stave off defeat at Northwestern last week, falling three sets to two. More...

Wildcats jayvee squad continues winning ways

Blacksburg junior varsity continued their strong start this season with a 46-6 dismantling of Southside Christian last Thursday.   Marquez Palmer, Lance Moore, Tyrone Nichols and Brandon Scruggs all scored touchdowns for Blacksburg. More...

Crosstown rivals set to square off

Memories last a lifetime, but pride is forever.   The stakes are high when it comes to bragging rights Wednesday night, as Gaffney Middle School takes on rival Granard at W.K. Brumbach Stadium. More...

MOVING THE CHAINS—

MOVING THE CHAINS— Gaffney wide receiver Ryan Frock tries to elude a Greenville defender during Friday's victory by the Indians. More...

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