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Hole in One: Logan Asher

Hole in One: Logan Asher

Robin Conner, Reporter
February 28, 2017
Filed under Featured Athlete, Sports

In life there are people who only think about golf when they flip past it on television, and those who live and breathe the sport. Logan Asher is one of the latter. Asher is a junior at Brashier this year and has worked hard to earn his spot on Brashier golf team. “I remember my parents in the sixt...

Freshman Becomes a Leader on the Cross Country Team

Freshman Becomes a Leader on the Cross Country Team

Brenna Patterson, Reporter
December 2, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

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...

Sports Fanatics Never Stop Cheering for Their Team

Sports Fanatics Never Stop Cheering for Their Team

Anna Hutsell, Reporter
October 27, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

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...

Same Team, Different Name

Same Team, Different Name

Angela Coppola
October 15, 2015
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

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...

Dribbling into a New Season

Dribbling into a New Season

Angela Coppola, Reporter
September 29, 2015
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

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...

Volleyball Star Shines On and Off the Court

Volleyball Star Shines On and Off the Court

Justice Collins, Reporter
September 23, 2015
Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

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....

Men’s Soccer Season Is a Great Bengal Comeback

Men’s Soccer Season Is a Great Bengal Comeback

Scotty Logan, Reporter
May 8, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

When it comes to the Brashier Men’s soccer team, the morale is typically their strong point, but out of no where it took a dramatic blow when injuries started popping up left and right. Freshman Michael Simo said, “Starting from the beginning of the season I feel as if the team has not been the...

Crowley Twins Leave Their Mark on High School Sports

Crowley Twins Leave Their Mark on High School Sports

Jamie Seagrist, Reporter (Prestigious)
May 5, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

James and Anne Crowley are fraternal twins who are completing their freshman year at Brashier Middle College, but even in their first year of high school, they are leaving their mark on athletics across Greenville County. Both siblings ran cross country for Brashier, and, because Brashier does not have...

March Madness Drives Fans Mad

March Madness Drives Fans Mad

James Otovic, Reporter
April 28, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

March Madness is a thrilling college basketball experience for fans and players, and anybody who makes a bracket; however, the sport is on the decline with the rise the of “one and done” players, and referees making what I consider to be the incorrect calls. Towards the end of the NCAA Men’s...

Gabe Salaita Brings Skill to the Brashier Soccer Team

Gabe Salaita Brings Skill to the Brashier Soccer Team

Jamie Seagrist, Reporter
April 22, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

Recently, at the Greer Middle College soccer game, Sophomore Gabe Salaita scored an exciting bicycle kick to give the Bengals momentum in the game. Salaita has been playing soccer ever since he was four years old. Salaita plays Furman club soccer, as well as for the Brashier Varsity Soccer Team. Salaita...

Brashier Sports Rescheduled to Accommodate Prom

Brashier Sports Rescheduled to Accommodate Prom

Lexi Lavoie, Reporter
April 9, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

Prioritizing can be stressful, especially for a student athlete, but when prom and a sporting event are scheduled for the same night, it causes major problems. For some players, their sport is their top priority. For others, prom is a part of the high school experience, and they don’t want to miss...

Scotty Logan Misses His Senior Soccer Season

Scotty Logan Misses His Senior Soccer Season

Joseph Calamia, Reporter
March 23, 2015
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

Recently, Brashier Senior Scotty Logan suffered the  first injury of his athletic career. Logan slipped one day at work and broke his ankle. Logan planned to tryout for the Brashier Soccer Team this season; however, the current soccer team will be one Bengal player short. “I think that it is extremely...

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