There’s No Doubtin’ Jeff Van Houten: Great Saturday Night Comeback

The Greensboro Grasshoppers have done it again. In the bottom of the 11th on Saturday night you saw or heard one of the most improbable comebacks in the history of Eugene Street. The Bellemede Bombers were at it again as the Hoppers were down 4-0, then 4-3, then 5-4, then 7-5, and then the Hoppers… Continue reading There’s No Doubtin’ Jeff Van Houten: Great Saturday Night Comeback

Incoming News

Got the word today that Alan Ashkinazy’s Grimsley baseball team has moved to 14-5 on the season and they are starting to feel the full effects of the young men that joined the Whirlies this year from the Southeast Guilford Falcon program. Clint Moore now has a 5-1 pitching mark on the mound and Lester… Continue reading Incoming News

High School Lacrosse/N.C. State’s Next Basketball Coach

I had a chance to watch a Lacrosse match between Southeast Guilford and Northwest at the Falcons home field on Tuesday evening. Lacrosse is receiving quite a bit of publicity these days and although I had planned on seeing a baseball game at Southeast the Lacrosse activity turned out to be very entertaining. The girls… Continue reading High School Lacrosse/N.C. State’s Next Basketball Coach

Jeremiah Jenkins of Eastern Guilford Getting Attention

Jeremiah Jenkins a senior basketball player from Eastern Guilford has been selected to the Burlington Times All-Regional team that was in last Sunday’s edition of the BT. Jenkins is looking to attend Rockingham Community College with hopes of transferring to a Division I school. There has been some interest expressed in JJ by Tennessee Tech,… Continue reading Jeremiah Jenkins of Eastern Guilford Getting Attention

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

High School Hoops Poll Revisited

We closed out the high school basketball season with our final hoops poll back on March 8th. Dudley won the State 3-A public school title and Greensboro Day School took the boys private school 3-A championship. The Bishop McGuiness girls went undefeated and grabbed the 1-A crown in their first year of public school competition.… Continue reading High School Hoops Poll Revisited

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 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

Greensboro celebrates Joey Cheek Day

Greensboro honored hometown Olympic hero Joey Cheek Thursday with a number of activities throughout the city. The culmination of the day’s events was a public celebration held at First Horizon Park in downtown Greensboro. The event featured a number of speakers, a video about Cheek shown on the Jumbotron and, of course, a brief speech… Continue reading Greensboro celebrates Joey Cheek Day

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