By Reid Spencer
By Reid Spencer
The Eastside baseball team has been on fire early, working its way to an 8-1 record and a 4-0 mark in the region.
The Eagles are coming off a district championship in 2017, and head coach Scott Erwin said his guys are capable of more this spring.
The Riverside baseball team swept Hillcrest last week, improving to 4-2 in the region and 7-5 overall.
The Warriors were led by Caden Grice and Jackson Wilder, who each pitched a shutout during the 11-0 and 7-0 victories.
The Blue Ridge softball team is atop the region standings following a pair of wins over Travelers Rest last week.
The Lady Tigers are now 6-5 overall with a 2-0 mark in the conference.
The Byrnes softball team won three games on the road last week, topping Union County, JL Mann and Gaffney to improve to 12-1.
The Rebels’ only blemish this season came to Ashley Ridge.
Limestone used a pair of shutouts to earn a Conference Carolinas series sweep over the North Greenville softball team Monday afternoon, dropping the Crusaders to 4-4 in road games in 2018.
The Blue Ridge baseball team now sits at 1-1 in region play, following a double-header split with Travelers Rest last week.
The Tigers won the first game, 15-3, in five innings, as David Lewis went 4 for 4 with two home runs and 5 RBI.
By Hunter Thomas
For The Greer Citizen
Clint Bowyer snapped a 190-race winless streak on Monday at Martinsville Speedway after he led a race high of 215 laps en route to winning the STP 500.
The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) recently named Bob Jones men’s basketball player, James “Matthew” DeHart, to the Scholar-Athlete Team for the 2017-18 season.
This recognition is given to student-athletes who maintain at least a 3.40 GPA and are a junior, senior or graduate student.
The Blue Ridge baseball team is heading into region play with momentum after recent wins over Wade Hampton and Dixie.
The Tigers, now 6-3, will take on Travelers Rest twice this week.
Against the Generals, Blue Ridge’s Jackson Morris and Devan Diggins were on fire from the mount, striking out nine and only allowing seven hits.