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Bengals Bond Throughout the Season

Bengals Bond Throughout the Season

Lauren Martin, Reporter
February 9, 2016
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

Although the end of the basketball season is approaching, all students can already look back and see the amount of effort and change that has occurred with each team. As the teams prepare for potential playoff games, it’s time to really check in on how the teams are doing and what they are doing to m... Read more »

Gloria Burroughs goes Above and Beyond

Gloria Burroughs goes Above and Beyond

Lauren Martin, Reporter
December 4, 2015
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This year, the BMC volleyball team had a storybook season. Each one of the players was an amazing competitor, leader, and teammate which propelled the team to the Upper State Final against Saint Joseph's Catholic School. Although the team lost the battle, one of the players stood tall among her peers. ... Read more »

Freshman Becomes a Leader on the Cross Country Team

Freshman Becomes a Leader on the Cross Country Team

Brenna Patterson, Reporter
December 2, 2015
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Do you think being apart of the Cross Country team takes a lot of time to be prepared? Coach VanOsdol plans each practice with high expectations for the team, and Freshman Charlie Forstein overcame that in a huge way when tryouts came around. Forstein plays two sports: lacrosse and cross country. Bo... Read more »

Sports Do Not Have Gender

Sports Do Not Have Gender

Angela Coppola, Reporter
November 9, 2015
Filed under Featured Athlete, Recent Stories, Sports, Student Life, Top Stories

Sports shouldn’t be perceived as gender specific, but society has altered our view similar to a  kaleidoscope.  Brashier Sophomore Braden Priddy has stepped out of what's socially accepted and taken on gymnastics. “I started when I was 4, but began competing when I was 8 ,” says Priddy. Braden started gymnastics at a ve... Read more »

Cross Country Going for the State Meet

Cross Country Going for the State Meet

Brenna Patterson, Reporter
November 2, 2015
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The cross country team has been conditioning since the summer. The state meet is on November 7th in Columbia, SC where fourteen cross country runners will compete for a state championship. “I will take the top 7 boys and top 7 girls to compete in the state race. I will also have an alternate for th... Read more »

Sports Fanatics Never Stop Cheering for Their Team

Sports Fanatics Never Stop Cheering for Their Team

Anna Hutsell, Reporter
October 27, 2015
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Most everybody has a favorite sports team. Some just cheer and others go all out, sporting team apparel everyday of the week. Students at Brashier get really into their sports especially during football season. Most people in our school either root for the Clemson Tigers or the Carolina Gamecocks. Othe... Read more »

Same Team, Different Name

Same Team, Different Name

Angela Coppola
October 15, 2015
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Same team, different name. The Greenville Swamp Rabbits, formally know as the Road Warriors, are an ice hockey team located in Greenville, South Carolina. Although the name is changed, the team is still the same. “No one could truly identify with the Road Warrior thing so they decided to find a them... Read more »

The Life of a Cross Country Athlete

The Life of a Cross Country Athlete

Anna Hutsell, Reporter
October 9, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

It’s that time of year again, time for sports! Cross country is one of the first sports to start up this season at Brashier. These athletes put in a lot of hard work and dedicate hours on end to train for their meets. Cross country involves more work than some may think. Runners can’t just show up ... Read more »

Dribbling into a New Season

Dribbling into a New Season

Angela Coppola, Reporter
September 29, 2015
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Athletes and coaches usually have different perspectives on what's most beneficial for a team. Athletes can get wrapped up in the game; they might not see all of their options because they don’t have a coach's experience or foresight. Hopefully, new Head coach Brooke Godwin can alleviate that probl... Read more »

Sabrina Martinez Rises to Victory

Sabrina Martinez Rises to Victory

Lauren Martin, Reporter
September 24, 2015
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Sophomore Sabrina Martinez recently traveled to Bolivia to compete in the Junior Pan American Karate Championship. At this event, she competed for international recognition, pride, and an opportunity to showcase her talent. “I felt very accomplished. I felt like all my hours I put into my training ... Read more »

Volleyball Star Shines On and Off the Court

Volleyball Star Shines On and Off the Court

Justice Collins, Reporter
September 23, 2015
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Many student athletes struggle with tackling every hurdle that school places in front of them, while still maintaining great progress in their sport. When a student thinks about sports, he or she should take into account all of the trials that they will  face, and  puts his or her passion to the test.... Read more »

Connor DeYoung Rounds the Corner towards His Future

Connor DeYoung Rounds the Corner towards His Future

Quinteria Thompson, Reporter
May 11, 2015
Filed under Featured Athlete, Recent Stories, Sports, Student Life

Connor DeYoung, a senior at Brashier, got into racing cars when he was seven years old. Not only does he race,  he also modifies his personal Mazda Miata. “If we break something on our car, we’ll fix it ourselves,” says DeYoung. DeYoung always wanted to race; he watched races on TV and went... Read more »