Greenville Girls Track And Field Team Finishes 2nd At Vandalia Butler Invitational
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Mauldin Police search for missing 16-year-old girl
on 19th of Mar 2019 The Mauldin Police Department was investigating the whereabouts of a 16-year-old girl Tuesday night. Ceylontese Nikole Smith was last seen Tuesday morning at her home on Miller Road in Mauldin before
Girl Scouts have 12th annual TechnoQuest
(Mar 2019) GREENVILLE N.C. (WNCT) – The Girl Scouts of the Coastal Pines were at East Carolina Univeristy at their 12th annual TechnoQuest. TechnoQuest is a hands-on learning experience with STEM subjects. The
Shock, awe and glory: SportsDayHS’ top photos from the 2019 UIL girls basketball state tournament
(Mar 2019) The two teams played their Class 6A area-round girls basketball playoff game at Mansfield Timberview High School in Arlington on February 15, 2019. (Steve Hamm/ Special Contributor) Greenville’s
Class A Public girls: Marion County 50, Calhoun County 38
(Mar 2019) Given a second chance to bring home the school’s’ first state championship in girls basketball, Marion County made the . The victory helped soothe some wounds from losing to Region 4 rival
Greenville High School’s Dakedreon Lampkin earns DD-T’s top honor
(Mar 2019) The historic season of this year’s Greenville High School girls basketball team did not come by accident. It was years in the making. It started three years ago when Head Coach Dakedreon Lampkin took
Final Preparations For Greenville Avenue St. Patrick’s Day Parade
(Mar 2019) WATCH: Girl Fight At Rockets Game Complete With Flying Chest KickWe don’t endorse fighting, at all. Just like we don’t endorse people recording things vertically on their cell phones. But this
GREENVILLE — Greenville High School athletes have grit and determination, that’s for sure! And, this school near the shores of Moosehead Lake has long been .
Greenville girls take second! – Plumas County Newspapers
(Mar 2019) Greenville girls take second! Plumas County Newspapers
In a tight final match battling for first place in the Northern Section CIF Championships, the GHS Indian girls fought for the title in overtime after a 60-60 tie in .
Class D south semifinals decided at Augusta Civic Center.
Greenville and So. Aroostook girls, Schenck and Forest Hills boys win class D regionals – WABI
(since Feb, 2019) Greenville and So. Aroostook girls, Schenck and Forest Hills boys win class D regionals WABI
Highlights from the class D regional champions in the north and the south.
Greenville upsets top-seeded Rangeley girls for D South title – observer-me.com
(since Feb, 2019) Greenville upsets top-seeded Rangeley girls for D South title observer-me.com
AUGUSTA — In a battle of the Lakers, No. 3 Greenville pulled an upset win over top-seeded Rangeley to come out on top 41-20 for the girls’ D South regional .
Burritt Hosts First Annual Girls Only Lock-In – Greenville College Papyrus
(Mar 2019) Burritt Hosts First Annual Girls Only Lock-In Greenville College Papyrus
The acronym for this event may be EWEW, however, it’s anything but. Empowered Women Empower Women was the first annual girls-only lock-in hosted by .
Grow Local: North Pitt students see a future for journalism – Greenville Daily Reflector
Mar 20th, 2019 04:15 UTC Grow Local: North Pitt students see a future for journalism Greenville Daily Reflector
Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The future of journalism may be digital but some North Pitt High School students visiting The Daily Reflector on Tuesday said .
PHS Ricky Johnston gets a shot off sandwiched between CHS no. 40, Eric Pacheco, and no. 10, Isaiah Estacio. High School basketball season around the .
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade always proves to be an exciting event. This is what we saw at the 2019 one.
Greenville Fraternal Order of Eagles donates more than $24000 to local non-profit organizations – The Daily Advocate
(since Feb, 2019) Greenville Fraternal Order of Eagles donates more than $24000 to local non-profit organizations The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE – Greenville Fraternal Order of Eagles presented donation checks on Feb. 5 to seven local area non-profit organizations.The organizations.