GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors scored five times despite being limited to 22 shots and won 5-3 over the Florida Everblades on Saturday afternoon at the BI-LO Center. The win was Greenville’s third straight and improved it’s record to 3-3-0.
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BY: Ray Schmitt
GREENVILLE, SC – Six different Road Warriors players scored a goal as Greenville beat the Florida Everblades by a 7-4 score at the BI-LO Center on Friday night. The win was Greenville’s second straight and improved its record to 2-3-0.
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors announced today, at a press conference at the BI-LO Center, that they raised $26,644 worth of charitable contributions during their inaugural season. That includes donations of cash and goods.
“A key focus of the Road Warriors is to be a strong supporter of the community that we represent. It was with this in mind that we put our efforts into creating special events around our home games to raise awareness and money for very worthy causes. Our ‘Pink in the Rink,’ ‘Stop Polio Cold,’ and ‘Teddy Bear Toss‘ games accomplished those goals,” said Road Warriors president and general manager Neil Smith.
On December 17, 2010 the Road Warriors held their inaugural Teddy Bear Toss with all of the donated stuffed animals going to WSSL-FM‘s annual Toys for Tots drive. When Mark Voakes scored his penalty shot goal in overtime that broke a 0-0 tie, 1,142 toys were tossed by the 4,589 fans in attendance. The Road Warriors delivered two pickup trucks full of stuffed animals to Sitton Buick for the “Stuff the Truck” party to wrap up WSSL’s Toys for Tots drive.
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors announced today that they will be counting down the 10 best moments from the 2010-11 season over the next 10 weeks. Fans can track the countdown online at www.greenvilleroadwarriors.com.
The Road Warriors’ inaugural season was filled with memories that will live on in the minds of fans for many, many years to come. Now that the summer has come and the ice is gone from the BI-LO Center, it is a perfect time to re-live those memories. For the next 10 weeks the Road Warriors will count down from 10 to one the moments that brought the fans to their feat and made the hair on the backs of their necks stand up. Fans are encouraged to visit the Road Warriors’ Facebook page and post their suggestions for moments that should be included in the Top 10 Countdown.
ROAD WARRIORS FALL IN OVERTIME OF GAME SEVEN
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors were defeated by the Wheeling Nailers, 4-3, in overtime on Wednesday night in Game Seven of their Eastern Conference semifinal. The loss ended the Road Warriors inaugural season.
GREENVILLE, SC – Tonight the Greenville Road Warriors host the Wheeling Nailers in Game Seven of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series. The winner will move on to the Eastern Conference final to face the Kalamazoo Wings.
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors have clinched a Kelly Cup Playoff berth and a South Division championship in their inaugural season. But there is still much left to play for in their final game of the regular season tonight at 7:05 p.m. against the Gwinnett Gladiators.
DULUTH, GA – The Greenville Road Warriors powered their way past the Gwinnett Gladiators on Friday night and won their final road game of the season by a 4-1 score. The win gave Greenville 94 points on the season and allowed the Road Warriors to stay one point ahead of the Reading Royals for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors wrap up their regular season schedule this Saturday at home against the Gwinnett Gladiators at 7:05 p.m. at the BI-LO Center. Throughout the night the team will be showing its appreciation to the great Road Warriors fans.
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors embark on their final week of the season by starting a three-in-three series against the Gwinnett Gladiators tonight. It’s the first time the teams have met since February 22 and faceoff is set for 7:05 at the BI-LO Center.