Around 6 p.m. central standard time Friday, the much-anticipated Dillon Johnson college decision illuminated the airwaves of social media. Those close to the star St.
What a season just transpired for little leaguers associated with Greenville Parks and Recreation! The last few days signified the culmination of a fantastic season with team intro day and championships throughout the league.
A plethora of color and athletic energy filled Ward’s Recreation complex’s blue baseball field on Monday as teams representing the entire league introduced themselves to the public.
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The name continues to carry on year after year and decade after decade in athletics and public services. Nathaniel Watkins III (Nate) can’t believe that it has been seven and a half years since he was a star power forward for the Greenville-Weston Hornets.
In the Greenville Park Commission Men’s Basketball League, the Dream Chasers have a few similarities to the Golden State Warriors. This team of former and current college basketball players made its fourth consecutive appearance in the league championship game Thursday night at Wards Recreation Center.
Throughout the night, the sheer power and exhilaration of white knuckle speed and dirt pebbles peppering onlookers characterized an exciting series of races. NASCAR champion Superstar Tony Stewart headlined an action-packed night of racing on Friday night from the Greenville Speedway.
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Seems kind of odd with Memorial Day approaching and the temperature rising day by day that there would be football played on a Saturday in the Delta. But, this time a year means that coaches get a chance to get a quick preview of the upcoming season by playing in spring jamborees.
Early experiences in learning to play the game of baseball can shape a child in ways that extend beyond the field. And in our game of the week, featuring 7-8-year-old Coach Pitch teams at Wards Recreation Center on Tuesday, opposing coaches focused on building these youngsters up in a sport that teaches them so much about life.