Legendary Greer coach Phil Clark, who passed away in 2008, was recently inducted into the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association (SCAAA) Hall of Fame. Officials made the announcement at a banquet held at the Charleston Marriott in conjunction with the annual Spring Conference for Athletics.
The Blue Ridge softball team was only sitting on one loss this season, but cross-town rival Greer made sure that changed last week.
The Tigers fell behind early, giving up unearned scores and a 7-0 lead.
Blue Ridge ace Robert Westenreider hasn’t allowed a run in 19 innings. The senior also did not allow a hit against Eastside, tossing his first no-hit ball game of the season in the team’s 6-0 win over the Eagles.
Westenreider said he was aware of how special the game turned out to be.
Riverside squeaked out a win over Byrnes, taking the game by a score of 4-2 Friday night in Duncan.
The Warriors sent junior Jordan Sizemore to the mound, who faced off against Byrnes’ Alex Eubanks.
The Eastside girls’ soccer team has earned 12 wins in the early going, taking a commanding hold of the region.
The Lady Eagles are setting the bar high, according to Eastside coach Andy Robinson.
It was Justin Reid’s night.
The Greer junior spearheaded the Yellow Jackets’ effort on Saturday night, turning in a complete-game performance in a 5-2 victory over Blue Ridge.
“He did a great job,” said Greer coach Bob Massullo.
The Eastside boys’ soccer team, which has been atop the Class AAA rankings all season, has yet to lose a game or even give up a goal in region play.
The undefeated Eagles blanked Berea and Travelers Rest in recent matches, inching toward a rivalry matchup with Riverside this week.
D5 night at Fluor Field scheduled April 23
On Wednesday, April 23, the Greenville Drive is partnering with the Duncan community to host “D5 night” at Fluor Field.
North Greenville’s men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams, Pfeiffer’s women’s basketball and Mount Olive’s men’s basketball were named ‘Team Sportsmanship Award’ winners following the recent completion of the winter season league championships.
Eastside used a strong start to cruise past Greer Monday night, pulling away late for an 8-2 region victory.
Despite putting up three quick runs, Eastside coach Scott Erwin thought his team looked a little slow out of the gate.