One Hundred and Eighty-Three Students Named to Tri-County’s President’s List for Fall 2012 PENDLETON —- One hundred and eighty-three students have been named to Tri-County Technical College’s President’s List for fall 2012.
To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must be classified as a degree, diploma, or certificate-seeking student; earn at least 12 credit hours in courses numbered 100 or above; attain a GPR of 4.00; and cannot earn a “F,” “WF,” or “U” grade for courses numbered 100 or below.
Police Blotter March 18: Michael Dustin Puckett was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of synthetic marijuana/bath salts. The arrest occurred on Roper Street in Easley.
March 18: Tammy Denise Brown was arrested for shoplifting. The arrest occurred at 220 N.W. Main St. in Easley.
March 18: Kacey O’Neal Merck was arrested for first degree assault. The arrest occurred on LEC road in Easley.
March 18: George William Hodge...
Easley softball posts pair of victories EASLEY — The Easley High School varsity softball team won two of three games last week, including one that gained them a measure of revenge on Wren and the other against previously undefeated Greenwood.
Easley opened the week with a narrow 6-5 loss to Laurens as the Lady Raiders scored a pair of runs in the last inning for the win. The Lady Green Wave then beat Wren 9-7 and closed out the week with a 3-2 decision over Greenwood.
Powdersville baseball hits three game skid POWDERSVILLE—Powdersville baseball coach Josh Smith said eliminating mental errors and executing timely hits are going to be two key aspects in getting his squad back on the right track.
The Patriots have hit an early skid, losing three straight region contests and moving their overall record to 1-5 on the season.
After losses to Landrum, Pendleton and Chesnee last week, Smith said his team has found a way to learn from some very experien...