February 17, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Indians, Cavs battle for bragging rights, not region title

Tonight’s game between heated rivals Gaffney and Dorman won’t be for first place in the region. But that doesn’t lessen its importance.  “It’s significant,” Gaffney coach Mark Huff said. More...

Limestone dethrones King

Playing just minutes from his hometown of Johnson City, Tenn., junior guard Josh Odem delivered one of the best games of his career to help lead Limestone to a 75-72 victory over King in an NCAA Division II men’s basketball game on Saturday.&nb More...

Start of playoffs pushed back — again

Gaffney, Blacksburg to open Thursday; second round is Saturday

Gaffney will have more days to rest before the start of the playoffs.  The South Carolina High School League has delayed the start of the state playoffs again because of the lasting effects of the winter storm to hit the state.   More...

Wildcats top Powdersville, forces 4-way tie for first

The Blacksburg Wildcats had a tougher time than expected against lowly Powdersville on Saturday.  Daquan McNeil had 20 points and Montel Sutton added 12 to help the Wildcats hold off the Patriots fora 60-56 win.  More...

First place Saints survive tough road test at King

Junior guard Ayshia McNeil scored a gamehigh 25 points to help the Limestone College (17-5, 12-2) women’s basketball team survive a tough road test and remain on top of the Conference Carolinas standings with an 81-75 win over King University ( More...

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