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Jaeger winner of rain-shortened BMW Pro-Am
MAY 21, 2017

President and CEO, BMW Manufacturing Knudt Flor (left) and Bob Nitto (right) President, BMW Charity Pro-Am, congratulate winner Stephan Jaeger.
 
 

Stephan Jaeger took home the BMW Charity Pro-Am trophy Sunday without teeing up for the fourth round. The final round was cancelled on Sunday due to heavy rain.

Jaeger, UT-Chattanooga alumni from Munich, earned $126,000 for the win. Jaeger cemented his victory on Saturday after taking possession of the 54-hole lead after two eagles.

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Jaeger takes 54-hole lead at BMW Pro-Am
MAY 20, 2017

Stephan Jaeger recorded two eagles Saturday to take sole possession of the 54-hole lead at the BMW Charity Pro-Am.
 

Stephan Jaeger poured in two eagles Saturday to take sole possession of the 54-hole lead at the BMW Charity Pro-Am with a 6-under 65 at Furman University Golf Club.

Jaeger’s 19-under 195 three-day total leads Tyler Duncan, Xinjun Zhang, and Andrew Yun by one as the 27-year-old German searches for his second career Web.com Tour victory.

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Anguiano's 62 at Furman earns one-stroke lead at BMW Pro-Am
MAY 19, 2017

Mark Anguiano fired a bogey-free 9-under 62 on Thursday at Furman University Golf Club to take a one-stroke opening-round lead over Andrew Yun, Blake Adams and Stephan Jaeger in the Web.com Tour’s BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation.

Anguaino’s 62 ties the lowest 18-hole score on the Web.com Tour this season, which was previously recorded by Nate Lashley in March at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open.

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Packers' Rodgers making the rounds at BMW Pro-Am
MAY 18, 2017

Aaron Rodgers will headline the celebrities at the BMW Pro-Am beginning today,
 

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers talked about playing in the BMW Charity Pro-Am at the Thornblade Club Wednesday afternoon. See celebrity rotations here.

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Cummings stepping away from track and field, will continue as Riverside cross country coach
MAY 16, 2017

Eric Cummings is stepping away as head coach for the Riverside High School track and field team. He will continue as cross country coach.
 
 

Riverside High School’s Eric Cummings coached his final track and field competition last weekend at the state high school championships at Spring Valley High School. The Riverside girls had their best finish as runnerup last weekend.

Cummings, however, will continue to coach the cross country teams.

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Riverside girls set new school standard at state meet, Smith awarded memorable scholarship
MAY 15, 2017

The Riverside girls track and field team placed second in the Class 5A State Championship.
 

The Riverside High School girls recorded their highest finish in the state championship track meet with a second place at Spring Valley High School last weekend.

Riverside scored 68 points to state champion Wando’s 84.5. The runner-up finish was the Warriors’ highest since fourth place last year.

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Saddler is state champ in triple jump to lead Greer in track championships
MAY 15, 2017

Saddler is state champ in triple jump to lead Greer in track championships

Greer High School junior Richie Saddler saved one of his best jumps for the right place and time as he won the Class AAAA State triple jump competition Saturday at Spring Valley High School. 

Saddler's leap of 45-feet 5-inches was almost a foot better than the second-place finisher. Saddler also took fourth place in the 400 meter run.

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Celebrity rotation is set for BMW Charity Pro-Am
MAY 12, 2017

Celebrities and course rotation for the BMW Charity Pro-Am at Thornblade Club, The Preserve at Verdae and Furman University Golf Club are set.

The tournament is scheduled over three courses May 18-21 at the Furman University Golf Club, The Preserve at Verdae and Thornblade Club in Greer.

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12 Riverside athletes sign to play college athletics
MAY 10, 2017

Riverside High School athletes signed Wednesday with colleges to continue their athletic career.
 
 

Twelve Riverside High School athletes signed today to continue their athletic career in college in the fall.

Eight of the athletes will stay in state while four will attend out-of-state schools.

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5 Greer athletes advance to state track and field finals
MAY 7, 2017

5 Greer athletes advance to state track and field finals

Five athletes from the Greer High School boys and girls track and field teams qualified for the state Class AAAA track and field championships.

They compete at the state championships Friday and Saturday at Spring Valley High School in Columbia.

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Dog trainer from Greer wins 3rd place at Westminster Kennel Club Masters Obedience Championship
MAY 7, 2017

Annette Sizemore and

Annette Sizemore placed third with her Golden Retriever, Circus, in the second Westminster Kennel Club Masters Obedience Championship held in New York City.

Thirty-five entries were invited based on points earned as a part of the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

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Riverside Cheerleading Summer Kiddie Camp is set
MAY 4, 2017

Riverside Cheerleading Summer Kiddie Camp is set

The Riverside Cheerleading Summer Kiddie Camp is scheduled for June 26-29 at the Riverside High School gymnasium.

The camp is 9 a.m. – noon for ages 4-12. The camp’s showcase is June 29 at 11:30 a.m.

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Jordan Barbare, former competitive figure skater, died Tuesday
MAY 3, 2017

Jordan Barbare-Thompson, former competitive figure skater from Taylors, died Tuesday. She was 29.
 

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Jordan Elizabeth Barbare-Thompson, a competitive figure skater from Taylors, died Tuesday. She was 29.

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Tyree and Bokai take win in $35,000 1.45m Welcome Stake CSI 2
MAY 3, 2017

Catherine Tyree and Bokai.
 

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Mill Spring, N.C. – Catherine Tyree (USA) and Bokai rode to victory on the first day of FEI competition at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC), beginning a competitive week of competition during Tryon May I.

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Spin Doctors headline Concert Party, second event features variety
MAY 1, 2017

Spin Doctors headline Concert Party, second event features variety

The Spin Doctors headline the BMW Charity Pro-Am The Concert Party on Friday, May 19 at 7 p.m. at the Peace Center Amphitheater. Tickets are $250.

Music fans looking for a less expensive option can attend Thursday night’s 6-10 p.m. free Celebrity Concert on Main featuring “Back 9” in addition to the routine by Larry the Cable Guy. Also scheduled to perform May 18 are Mark Bryan and Dean Felber (Hootie and The Blowfish), Preston Pohl (The Voice), and country artists Steve Azar and Colt Ford.

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Blue Ridge has rematch with North Augusta in District baseball playoffs
APR 30, 2017

Blue Ridge High School's baseball team beat Daniel, 3-2, Saturday to remain alive in the Class AAAA playoffs. The past three games the Blue Ridge pitchers have only allowed six hits.

Blue Ridge travels to North Augusta twice Monday and must win both games to remain in the playoffs. 

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Earnhardt will retire at end of 2017 season
APR 25, 2017

Dale Earnhardt Jr., 42, will retire from the NASCAR Cup Series at the end of the 2017 season, according to a tweet Tuesday morning from Hendrick Motorsports.
 

Dale Earnhardt Jr., 42, will retire from the NASCAR Cup Series at the end of the 2017 season, according to a tweet Tuesday morning from Hendrick Motorsports.

There have been a myriad of stories the past two weeks indicating Earnhardt had been thinking retirement on the heels of Jeff Gordon (2015) and Tony Stewart (2016).

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Aaron Rodgers, Chipper Jones among celebrities announced for BMW Pro-Am
APR 20, 2017

Web.com professionals will be paired with amateurs and celebrities during the BMW Pro-Am.
 
 

Past, present and future sports and entertainment champions and personalities will be on display at the BMW Charity Pro-Am in May 15-21.

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Champion XLV (2010 season), and former Atlanta Braves Chipper Jones, All-Star and World Series Champion (1995) will headline the celebrities announced Thursday for the May 15-21 tournament that pairs Web.com Tour amateurs with professionals.

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Greenville selected to host NCAA men and women basketball tournaments
APR 18, 2017

Greenville selected to host NCAA men and women basketball tournaments

The NCAA has awarded Greenville first and second rounds of the Division I men’s basketball tournament in 2022.

Greenville was awarded the Division I women’s basketball tournament in 2020.

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Blue Ridge community embraces its youth baseball players
APR 13, 2017

The Blue Ridge Cubs had the opportunity to take the field with the Blue Ridge Tigers varsity baseball team. See Alex Love’s report on the activities.

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