Tag Archives: Huntington Center

WILL JAIME FARR BE THERE?

Greenville Road WarriorsBY: Ray Schmitt, The Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

The Road Warriors have hit the home stretch of their six-game road trip, and tonight they visit the Toledo Walleye for the fifth game of the trip. It’s also the middle game of a weekend three-in-three for Greenville.

The Road Warriors (18-12-2) visit Toledo (13-16-1) tonight for the third of six scheduled meetings between the clubs. Fans can follow the action by watching live on America One  or listening at greenvilleroadwarriors.com.

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ROAD WARRIORS WEEKLY: 1/2 TO 1/8/12

Ray Schmitt

BY: Ray Schmitt, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

The Greenville Road Warriors head into the thirteenth week of the season having won three of their last four games and two straight. This week features four games over five days as the Road Warriors continue their road trip through the North Division.

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OFF TO KLINGER’S HOMETOWN FOR ROAD WARRIORS

Greenville Road WarriorsBY: Ray Schmitt, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

TOLEDO, OH Tonight the Greenville Road Warriors face off against the Toledo Walleye as they go for their third consecutive road victory.

The Road Warriors (10-7-0) visit Toledo (8-9-0) tonight for the second of six scheduled meetings between the clubs. Fans can follow the action by watching live on  America One or listening at  www.greenvilleroadwarriors.com.

ROAD WARRIORS WEEKLY RELEASE – 11/28-12/4/11

Ray SchmittBY: Rat Schmitt, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

GREENVILLE, SC This week the Greenville Road Warriors play four games in five days to finish their season-long seven game road trip. The schedule includes two games in Cincinnati against Road Warriors head coach Dean Stork’s former team.

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WARRIORS CHEW UP WALLEYE

Greenville Road Warriors VERSUS   Toledo Walleye

TOLEDO, OH Behind 24 saves from Nic Riopel the Greenville Road Warriors picked up a 3-0 win over the Toledo Walleye on Saturday night at the Huntington Center. The win was Riopel’s second shutout of the season and improved Greenville’s record to 34-20-3 on the season.

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