The program emphasizes personal growth, life skills and professional development.
The plaza acts as one of two main entry points into the ballpark.
ThenGreenville Triumph will play North Texas SC at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
SAIL teams competed in divisional meets last week. See the latest photo galleries and team results from the competitions. Next up is Championships and Classics.
AnnaLeis Dibert admits it’s cliche, but having come full circle with The First Tee, she has landed in a “dream come true.” “My first golf class was an all-girls golf…
Team Greenville, a competitive swim team that just won its first state championship in 14 years, is preparing to become a privately run sports program.
Climbing the ladder — that's how Kaleigh Kurtz describes her career. Not the corporate ladder. Think soccer.
Local Greenville junior golf player Tip Price won first place in his division at the fifth annual Drive, Chip, and Putt National Finals in Augusta, Ga., last weekend. Eighty players…
It’s a crisp Sunday morning at Alder Park in Simpsonville, and Lucas Croft is throwing a flying disc to his dog, Sailor, a Belgian Malinois. With just a flick of…
George Kitchens, author of the new book “Golfing Across the Ponds: A Duffer’s Perspective,” is not a very good golfer. The retired physician would like you to know that upfront.
The festival is comprised of a 13.1 mile half marathon, a 5K, a one mile fun run, and the 70.3 mile Mountains to Main Triathlon.
In the past, the league sports at Greenville’s Kroc Center were handled by outside organizations, with the center simply serving as a location. The different leagues would lease space from the center for their various sports. That has all changed now that the Kroc Center decided to run their own programs and expand their sports offerings to offer adult leagues.
Good news, Clemson Tigers fans. Head football coach Dabo Swinney isn't going anywhere.
The biggest offseason question for the Clemson Tigers has been answered.
The Liberty Bridge Jump Off featured eight female pole vaulters and eight male long jumpers, including Greenville native and Olympic silver medalist Sandi Morris.