The Blue Ridge track and field team will be aiming to keep pace with the rest of the region this spring, returning several key runners from last year.
Bobby Bentley’s unexpected departure from Byrnes left the Rebels searching for a new football coach, and Athletic Director Tony Gillespie said there has been no shortage of interest in the gig.
The deadline to submit an application is this Thursday.
Local coach and former Greer High basketball player Paul Lister is hosting a basketball camp for girls ages 6-10 each Monday at Greer First Baptist Church until April 7. The camp lasts from 6-7:30 p.m.
The camp is not new to the area.
Hope, Nelson earn
Juniors Alisha Hope and Timisty Nelson have earned a spot on the Conference Carolinas All-Conference third team, as announced by the league last week.
Blue Ridge senior Jennifer Hillier made her college decision official last week, signing a letter of intent with Limestone College for cheerleading.
School officials say this is quite the milestone for Hillier.
The Riverside High girls’ lacrosse team is off to a 3-1 start, earning wins over Woodmont, Clinton and AC Flora in the early going.
The Lady Warriors got all they could handle in week one of the regular season, but came out with a winning record after a couple of tough battles.
The Greer softball team returns with only four of its starters from last season, and will be relying on younger players to get the job done in the region this spring.
Yellow Jacket coach Ashleigh Anderson said she is hoping the team will unite under a common goal of winning.
Riverside Middle School will host an annual 5K run on May 3 at 9 a.m in hopes of raising money for local charities.
With all nine starters returning this season, the Blue Ridge softball team is aiming for a deep run in the postseason.
Led by a veteran group, Tiger coach Kevin Jones said his team will be looking to build on a strong tradition.
The Greer boys’ soccer team is hoping to improve on its 2013 four-win season, relying on young legs to carry the team this spring.
The Yellow Jackets return several starters from last year’s team, but will still lack experience in key positions.