Greer scooped up a bag full of treats Friday night on an early Halloween trip to Berea. The Yellow Jackets grabbed three turnovers and blocked three kicks on the way to seven first half touchdowns in a 59-0 rout of the host Bulldogs.
Eastside did whatever it wanted on the ground last Friday at Blue Ridge, rushing for more than 400 yards and four touchdowns on its way to a 63-19 win.
The Eagles were led by Max Louris, who compiled 227 yards on 16 carries and three touchdowns.
James Thurn’s team is a lot more banged up than they were in Week 5 when they gave Travelers Rest a game.
The Tigers have lost three players for the year and are currently down quite a few more.
Greer Citizen Editor Billy Cannada was one of more than 70 participants to go “over the edge” at the AC Hotel in Spartanburg last Friday. The event, hosted by The Cancer Association of Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties, raises money for local cancer patients.
Byrnes’ Rahjai Harris is one of seven finalists for this year’s South Carolina Mr. Football award.
Joining Harris as finalists are: Laurens running back Duane Martin, Daniel’s Tyler Venables, Chapman’s Mikele Colasurdo, Dutch Fork’s Jalin Hyatt, Saluda’s Noah Bell and Myrtle Beach’s Luke Doty.
Greer’s injury-riddled Yellow Jackets took Travelers Rest down to the wire Friday night, but came up short, 21-14, at Dooley Field.
Greer High will bring a load of incentives into the annual football battle with Berea High on the road this Friday night.
The Rebel defense recorded its third shutout of the season, dominating an outmatched Mauldin squad on the road last Friday, 43-0.
Rahjai Harris and Brayden Blackmon combined for four touchdowns on the night, while quarterback Lawrence Scott threw for 115 yards during the win.
Two Byrnes coaches have been selected to coach in North/South All-Star games in 2020.
Girls basketball coach Missy Fowler, will join Jeanette Wilder (Saluda) and Susan Wade (Gaffney) in coaching the SCACA North team.
The Eagles scored early and often last Friday nigh, dominating Berea at home to earn their sixth win of the season, 49-15.
Eastside put up 42 points in the first half, allowing just one Bulldog touchdown.