Palmetto names new athletic director, football coach WILLIAMSTON –Doug Shaw has been named athletic director and new head football coach for Palmetto High School.
Shaw, currently assistant athletic airector, head football coach and physical education teacher at Mauldin High School in Greenville County, has been at Mauldin for seven years.
He was named the Big 16 Upstate Coach of the Year in 2009.
According to school officials, Shaw will be responsible for providing direction and leadershi...
Dixie Softball weekly recap Dixie Darlings
Pickens #2 12, Easley Southern Stars 9 — Mollie Poole hit her fourth home run in as many games in Easley’s loss to Pickens. Madison Haynes scored three runs and Kerrigan Howell hit a double for the Southern Stars. Jayla Kennedy added a pair of singles for Easley and Trisha Carlisle had three hits and scored a run.
Pickens #1 17, Easley Southern Stars 3 — Mollie Poole hit a triple for Easley.
Pickens #2 9, Easley Southern ...
Cancer awareness supporters, fundraiser show force LIBERTY — “People want to meet their hero. We are fortunate enough to be father and mother to ours,” said Matthew Bradley of his 6-year-old son son Campbell.
Campbell was diagnosed four days after his birth in 2007 with neuroblastoma, a tumor on his spine that in his young life affected his ability to walk and led to more than 17 surgeries.
The father spoke through tears Friday night to a gathering of hundreds of cancer survivors and thei...
Lonnie Adamson General Manager/EditorThe Easley Progress
Issaqueena Festival Lonnie Adamson|Easley Progress
Hundreds visited several dozen booths in downtown Six Mile Saturday to find barbecue, crafts, home baked goods and to learn about Cherokee traditions and the ability of the Six Mile Fire Department in addition to watching local dance class students and clown acts. Kicking off the annual festival that celebrates local Native American lore was the Six Mile 6K race. Top runners are pictured.