Hoppers Start Strong

The Greensboro Grasshoppers are off to the best start in the history of the franchise. This team has only been around for 2 years but this really has been a special beginning to year number two at First Horizon Park in beautiful downtown Greensboro. The weather has been super except for the Saturday night affair,… Continue reading Hoppers Start Strong

Hoppers Hit Home Run

NINE THOUSAND – ONE HUNDRED – TEN…. The largest crowd in current Greensboro baseball history. Needless to say Donald Moore and the Greensboro Grasshoppers have built on last year’s success and are keeping momentum up. Over the winter, the left field berm was rebuilt from scratch and now it can hold easily a thousand or… Continue reading Hoppers Hit Home Run

Revolution – Round Two

The Revolution’s second game was not has successful as the first; but, then this is not the NFL. As the owner has stated, this is entertainment and I say it’s still a good deal. The Lakeland Thunderbolts came to town and they were better than the Revolution on the field. The Thunderbolts are 3-0; but… Continue reading Revolution – Round Two

ACW Wrestling Photos

GreensboroSports.com was on hand last Saturday night for the ACW Wrestling event held at the Special Events Center at Bessemer Center (2523 Phillips Ave.) in Greensboro. Below is a collage of pictures taken during the matches. The event was made possible by the following sponsors: Bill Black Chevrolet/Cadillac, Thrifty Market, Taylor’s Discount Tire and Automotive,… Continue reading ACW Wrestling Photos

Wrestling Roundup

There used to be a radio show with host Charlie Harville called “Racing Roundup”, so today we will bring back part of that old radio type program and bring to you “Wrestling Roundup” with Charlie Durham. The big ACW card that lit up the night sky last Saturday evening brought over 129 fans to the… Continue reading Wrestling Roundup

Revolution – I Believe

There was a lot of nay-sayers about Matt Brown’s decision to bring the National Indoor Football League’s Greensboro Revolution to the coliseum. Both the league and the ownership have questions about their past. Regardless of those questions, it was a smart move because it has returned an activity that the citizens of Greensboro can afford… Continue reading Revolution – I Believe

Wrestling Reminder

As we first reported earlier in the week, ACW Wrestling is coming to Greensboro tomorrow night. The event will take place at the Special Events Center (old Bingo Hall) at Bessemer Center on Phillips Avenue. Bell time is 7:30 pm. Tickets are $8.00 and can be purchased at the door. I was looking over the… Continue reading Wrestling Reminder

The Countdown is On

People are already counting the days until the ACW hits the Bessemer Center on Phillips Avenue just down the street from the WFMY TV 2 studios. The old Bingo Hall on Phillips will be lighted up and the grapplers will there to entertain the fans and make some new friends and rekindle some old feuds.… Continue reading The Countdown is On

Dudley Nails Championship Saturday/A Tribute to Doug Hamilton Dead at Age 43

The Dudley Panthers nailed it Saturday just like the highway sign used to read out on 29 North. They nailed it down and Dudley claimed the crown. The Dudley boys have now won back-to-back titles after Saturday night’s 4 point victory over the Concord Spiders. Dudley saw great performances turned in by William Graves, Rashawn… Continue reading Dudley Nails Championship Saturday/A Tribute to Doug Hamilton Dead at Age 43

Taking Care Of Business and High School Highlights/Lowlights

There has been so much going on here at Greensboro Sports in recent days that the minds of our best journalists have become boggled. We have come up with our first set of photos that we captured at the Triad 3-A basketball tournament last Friday night. We also have up our very first audio file… Continue reading Taking Care Of Business and High School Highlights/Lowlights

The Polls Are Open: High School, College, Pro, Olympics

The high school conference tournaments got under way on Monday night and the Southern Guilford teams have both been eliminated. Word on the Northwest boys: Gone. Page won the rematch from last Friday and now the NWG boys season is over. The same can be said for the SG squads and the big question is,… Continue reading The Polls Are Open: High School, College, Pro, Olympics

Football For All

There’s been a lot of press for the Revolution, the men’s indoor football team coming to the Greensboro Coliseum. The Carolina Cardinals Football Team has been here since 2003. Haven’t heard of them, may be it’s because it’s a Women’s Football League. They play a shorter season – just 3 home games. But it is… Continue reading Football For All

For Whom the Bell Tolls – Wrestling Ruled the Big Barn on West Lee Street

The talk these days is that we need new shows and teams to come into the Greensboro Coliseum and give the Coliseum leaders a way to generate more income for the building that sits empty most of the year. New ventures will in turn give the locals increased entertainment offerings and more opportunities to throw… Continue reading For Whom the Bell Tolls – Wrestling Ruled the Big Barn on West Lee Street


(Greensboro, NC) The Florida Marlins announced Thursday that the 2006 Grasshoppers field staff will again be anchored by second-year manager, Brandon Hyde. The announcement was made by Marlins Vice President of Player Development and Scouting and Assistant General Manager Jim Fleming. Joining Hyde will be hitting coach Josue Espada, returning pitching coach Stephen Foster and… Continue reading MARLINS ANNOUNCE HOPPERS 2006 FIELD STAFF

Football Revolution set to begin in Greensboro

As GreensboroSports.com reported yesterday, Greensboro has been awarded an expansion franchise in the National Indoor Football League. A press conference was held at the Coliseum on Thursday morning where many of the details regarding the team were disclosed for the first time. The team’s nickname, the Revolution, was announced and the team’s logo was unveiled.… Continue reading Football Revolution set to begin in Greensboro

Coliseum looks to get back into the Game

Greensboro is back in the arena of indoor football. Officials from the National Indoor Football League announced earlier this week that Greensboro has been awarded an expansion franchise that is set to take the field in March. This will be the Gate City’s second attempt at fielding a successful indoor football franchise. From 2000-2003, the… Continue reading Coliseum looks to get back into the Game