Terry Cregar

Broome’s Jackson aims for state record in discus Terry Cregar Apr 23, 2015

Broome High's Bauvier Jackson turned in one of his best performances of the season against some of the best high school discus throwers on the East Coast a few weeks back at Taco Bell, placing second in a highly competitive and entertaining field event at Spring Valley High.

Taco Bell wrapup: Chasing records Terry Cregar Apr 12, 2015

Two senior high school boys from the Lowcountry took top honors in their respective events Saturday, while on the girls' side, a Daniel High junior ran the fastest 800 in the state so far this year and a Beaufort High junior won the pole vault.

More SCISA schools enjoying running success Terry Cregar Oct 6, 2014

Watch practically any high school cross country or track event in the state and chances are the name of at least one, and more often several, SCISA-member schools and their student/athletes will be mixed in with their peers on the public school side at or near the top of the final-results list.

SCTCCCA president settling in to new role Terry Cregar Sep 11, 2014

COLUMBIA – The 2014 high school cross country season hits its’ stride this weekend with the first big meet of the year, the annual Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic at the Sandhills Research Center, and the association’s new president is anxious to get it rolling.

Friendship helps motivate Westwood jumpers Terry Cregar Apr 15, 2014

BLYTHEWOOD – Westwood High track and field coach Lawrence Terry expects his boys and girls teams to finish in the top three next month at State, an expectation that indicates how far the Redhawk program has come under his direction in a very short period of time.  

Hilton Head in good position for another title run Terry Cregar Nov 1, 2013

HILTON HEAD ISLAND – Over the past four years, the boys and girls cross country teams at Hilton Head High have either finished as state champs or runners up, and both teams are in very good positions to improve on that remarkable run heading into the 2013 finale next weekend at Sandhills.  

Couples share coaching sport they love Terry Cregar Oct 18, 2013

PENDLETON – Three years ago next spring, longtime coach Jim Kilbreth retired, following the same path his wife and fellow coach, Eileen, took two years earlier.  That move left only one husband/wife coaching duo in South Carolina cross country, Pendleton’s Warren and Pam Wheeler, who together continue to lead the Bulldog boys and girls to top finishes in Class AA.  

Smith builds a top program at Greer Middle College Terry Cregar Sep 13, 2013

GREER – Seven years ago, David Smith stepped away from cross-country in Greenville County following the death of his wife, Patti.  He took a similar job forty-five minutes away in Oconee County, where he also would be closer the couple’s two children who at the time were attending Clemson University.

Blind Aiken runner builds friendships while competing Terry Cregar Sep 11, 2013

AIKEN – Ryan Uhle will tell you that he joined the Aiken cross-country team simply because he felt it would be a good fit for him.  He certainly wasn’t expecting to break any team records or otherwise standout in the sport, but it offered a way to keep in shape and stay involved in after-school activities.