ARCOLA — Deer Creek School senior quarterback Jarod Satterfield scored three big touchdowns Friday night during his team’s 32-28 home victory over Unity Christian Academy, but after the game Satterfield credited his team’s defense for helping secure the victory.
Greenville High School’s Errick Simmons Jr. was almost unstoppable last Friday night.
HOLLANDALE — I am an American Soldier. I am a warrior and a member of a team. I serve the people of the United States, and live the Army Values I will always place the mission first. I will never accept defeat. I will never quit. I will never leave a fallen comrade.
Mary Kate Auerswald, Ava Fratesi, Jordan Hays Middleton and Lanier Loper are all coming to the end of their soccer careers at Washington School, and Lady Generals head coach Jeffrey Giachelli said each will be missed and remembered.
All four seniors bring something special and unique to the soccer team, the coach said.
The eighth annual Washington County Economic Alliance Golf & Gathering event is set for Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Greenville Golf & Country Club, and the marshmallow drive has become one of the most popular recent editions to the event.
Washington School senior Thomas Barr knew his time would eventually come.
Barr, a star running back, was a staple of the General offense last season. But, through two games this year, he took somewhat of a backseat to players like Washington quarterback Caleb Janous and receivers Eli Fratesi and John Bentley Suares.
Whatever she does, Mary Michael Mahalitc does it with all her heart.
Whether she is scoring goals for the St. Joseph Catholic School soccer team or riding her horse, Bertha, in barrel racing competitions during the weekends, Mahaltic gives her 100 percent best each day.
Washington School’s Allie Stevens provided the pitching, and Haleigh Cingolani provided the big blast to help the Lady Generals break out of a losing streak Thursday with a 12-0 home victory over Greenville Christian School.
Stevens, the Washington ace, pitched a complete game no hitter against the Lady Saints.
Caleb Janous, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, has all the skills needed to be a successful quarterback.
Players like Jakory Williams are the reason why the St. Joseph Catholic School football team has won the last two state football championships.
Williams, a big strong lineman, goes to practice every day in order to help his team get better. He measures his success by his team’s success.