Former Greenbrier High School superstart pitcher Nolan Belcher is capping off his senior season at the University of South Carolina with stellar stats.
Greenbrier High School and Whitewater High, teams meeting Monday, May 21, 2013 in the Class AAAAA baseball semifinals, are on similar paths.
Henrik Norlander, the former Augusta State University golfer now playing out of Champions Retreat in Evans, is finding greater success in the PGA tour.
University of South Carolina Aiken has been named the No. 1 Division II baseball team in the country, and a big reason for its success is the roster full of former Columbia County athletes.
Greenbrier High School basketball player Connor Sigrist will get an old familiar name as coach when he heads to Oglethorpe University on scholarship.
Harlem High School's golf team earned a trip to the state sectionals, giving the county's smallest school its latest accolades in athletics.
Former Greenbrier High School and Georgia Tech star Brandon Cumpton has been called up to the Pittsburgh Pirates' AAA affiliate.
While it seemed a pair of penalities levied during the Masters Tournament threatened to be the big story of week, a pair of competitors instead took precedent.
Coming off a stellar season in 2012, the Greenbrier High baseball team had to overcome the loss of several seniors. As the playoffs approach, the Wolpack seems to have taken the right time to peak.
Clemson signee and former Columbia County resident Ashlan Ramsey, though still in high school, carded an impressive finish in her first major golf tournament.
With all the opportunities available, it's a mystery that no successful pro golfers are natives of Columbia County.
Three former Greenbrier High School stars are lighting up the stat sheets in college play.
Columbia County athletes Reggie Reid, Jasmine Stone and Evans twins Kyle and Matt Anderson are getting major attention - and they're just sophomores.
Aquinas star and UGA signee Brendan Douglas outpaced the other competitors at this year's annual AtheElite Combine.
For those pointing fingers in the case of Greenbrier High School soccer players caught drinking on a team trip, point most of them at the players who knowingly participated in the violations.
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