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Triumph for Greenville Soccer Fans

Triumph for Greenville Soccer Fans

Tyler Davidson, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

The world’s most popular sport has been played since the second century, according to the World Atlas. Today around half of the world's population considers themselves “soccer fans.” Soccer has many effects on a community and now Greenville is getting the chance to feel some of those effects with the addition of thei...

The NFL is Changing … Again

The NFL is Changing … Again

Tyler Davidson, Reporter

September 7, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

For the past 97 years that the National Football League has been in existence, it has seen a fair share of rule changes. The latest batch of changes to the NFL rulebook came from the NFL’s Annual Meeting, where the team owners of the NFL come together to talk about the upcoming season. These rules have made changes t...

A Future in Sports is Calling

A Future in Sports is Calling

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

May 17, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Sports

There are colleges and universities, big and small, who offer different opportunities for students. Opportunities for scholarships can be obtained through academic achievements, social connections, and athletic skill levels. What a student wants to pursue in college will direct the path they will take....

Hole in One

Hole in One

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

March 30, 2018


Filed under Featured Multimedia, Photos, Sports

Pitching Into Spring Sports

Pitching Into Spring Sports

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

March 14, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Sports

Spring is arriving, and its sports have already begun. Students playing Soccer, Softball, Baseball, and Golf have started their preparations for the season with preseason practice and scrimmages. Much effort and time is put into preparations as teams build themselves, and their skills, up to match up against op...

Love of the Game, Lack of a Field

Love of the Game, Lack of a Field

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports

As we are a small school, Brashier doesn’t have as many sports to offer in comparison to the typical public high school. Most schools have football, cheerleading, tennis, wrestling, lacrosse, and track, while we do not. Not having as many opportunities as most do for sports has led to controversial...

It’s Game Time

It’s Game Time

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

January 30, 2018


Filed under Sports

Spirit Week is anticipated by many every year. With the dress down days, buyouts, special events, and, especially, this year’s basketball game against Greenville Tech Charter High School, students come together to show their school spirit. GTC is our biggest region rival, and that, therefore, makes thi...

New Season, New Region

New Season, New Region

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

December 18, 2017


Filed under Events, Reviews - Opinions, Sports

Classifications, regions? What’s the big deal? Does the region a school is in really affect its school sports? These two things, particularly regions, play a big role in how well teams perform and where they fall compared to other schools in the region. “The state is broken up into five classifi...

The Karate Kid of Brashier

The Karate Kid of Brashier

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under BMC Students, Featured Athlete, Sports

Discipline, character, responsibility, integrity, and so many other traits are required to be a part of a dojo. Sabrina Martinez is one of many teenagers that practices karate on a regular basis, but she is one of a kind. Humility is also a part of her personality because, little do people at Brashier kn...

Walk for Love

Walk for Love

Mary Grace Sanders

September 20, 2017


Filed under Events, Recent Stories, Sports

Shriners Hospital for Children is a hospital for kids who are mentally or physically disabled. On September 24, they are hosting a fundraiser called Walk for Love. This fundraiser will help support the families of patients by giving financial aid to allow them to continue receiving services. Megan Wetherald, a...

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