WHC viewed as unofficial major

Let's cut to the chase. The Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Women's Health Classic at The Links at Stoney Point might not be officially deemed a major by the Symetra Tour. But that can't stop golf ...

Leopard remembers her Ninety Six roots

It could be a foot race. A bike race. Heck, it could even be a board game.No matter what it is, Toni Leopard wants to win.Passed down mostly from one of her coaches, Beth Miller, while playing ba ...

Ashley's dream rings true in song

"I can catch 'em shallow, I can catch 'em deep,Open water or the back of a creek,The wind, the rain, to me it's all the same,I make a living playing this game,I thank the Lord above every time I can,I ...

Kids, not wins motivate Bass

Sixth-year Ware Shoals High School soccer coach Johnathan Bass can quickly recall he has coached his program to 19 total wins."I don't know how many games I've lost," Bass said with a laugh.Sometimes, ...

YMCA swim team flourishes

Tom Karel is watching his Greenwood Family YMCA Gators re-write their record book.Over and over. And Over.In December, Karel watched his team set 12 records ? that he knows of."In the 10 years I've be ...

Lander women rolling right along

Bre Crum was Saturday's hero, converting the three-point play which sealed the Lander University women's basketball team's 81-78 victory against Flagler for the Bearcats' 11th consecutive victory.It w ...

Swearinger's fans beyond local scope

When Orma Swearinger organized a group trip to see her son, ex-Greenwood High School and University of South Carolina star D.J. Swearinger, play for the Houston Texans, she expected a strong local con ...

Eyes on Augusta

GREENVILLE- Ben Martin had a big smile Monday morning as he held the October trophy from Las Vegas, signifying his first PGA Tour victory at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. "This is actually ...