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Gaffney teen wins national free throw shooting contest - Free Access

Free throw shooting has few must-dos to be successful: Stay 15 feet from the hoop, aim and fire away.  Sides did the must-dos to perfection Saturday, capturing first place in a national free throw shooting competition in Chicago.   More...

Gaffney tops Vikings in extra innings

The Gaffney High baseball team needed to work overtime to edge Spartanburg on Wednesday.  Devin Hambright tossed eight strong innings, Sylas Wood had an RBI double and Gaffney beat the Vikings, 3-2, in eight innings.  More...

Indians to show off skills at Rivals combine

More than 20 Gaffney High football players will be looking to make a big impression at Saturday’s Rivals 3 Stripe Combine at Nation Ford High School.  The players will be trying to do well enough to be placed on the Rivals recruiting servi More...


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Gordon leads Gaffney golfers to easy win over Dorman

The Gaffney High golf team in general, and Zack Gordon, in particular, battled both the elements and Dorman successfully on Wednesday.  Gordon shot a 1-under 35 to finish as the medalist in a 15-shot victory over the Cavs at Cherokee National.&n More...


l The Cherokee County Gamecock Club will have a golf tournament on Saturday, July 28 at the Gaffney Country Club. The tournament will start at 9:00 a.m.  It will be a captains choice tournament and the entry fee is $250 per team. More...

Transfer is difference-maker on mound and at plate

Kirby Connell has perfected adjusting to new surroundings.  The 17-year-old Connell was born in Savannah, GA., moved to Johnson City, TN., before relocating to Butler, MO.  This past fall, Connell moved to Blacksburg when his father, Jeff, More...

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