Melvin Smith found plenty of success on the ground Friday night during his team’s first region win of the season.
Not much went right for the Warriors Friday night at Hillcrest.
Riverside gave up four unanswered touchdowns in the first half in route to its 38-0 loss to Hillcrest.
Head coach Phil Smith said his guys could not find a rhythm against a team that was “faster and stronger.”
Devin Dexter was an unstoppable force for Byrnes during the team’s 29-7 win over rival Gaffney.
The junior defensive lineman had five solo tackles, five assisted tackles, one sack and one safety, earning Defensive Player of the Week honors from The Greer Citizen and Owens Insurance.
Coming off a 28-13 win over Emerald, Greer is hoping to stay on track this Friday night at home against Travelers Rest.
The game will mark the end of a week of homecoming festivities for the undefeated Yellow Jackets and head coach Will Young said he wants his team to continue its physical play.
It has been a rough couple of weeks for the Warriors, but they hope to change that this Friday night at home against Spartanburg.
Riverside is coming off a 38-0 loss to Hillcrest, but Spartanburg did not favor so well in week four either.
After picking up its first win of the season in week three, the struggles continued for Eastside last Friday against Blue Ridge.
The Eagles were unable to get a point on the board, falling 28-0 in the season’s first region matchup.
This week, Eastside will travel to Inman to take on Chapman in another region contest.
Byrnes got a bounce back win over Gaffney Friday and will be looking to keep the momentum alive this week at home against Boiling Springs.
That is going to require cutting back on some mental mistakes, according to head coach Brian Lane.
Blue Ridge is focusing on stopping the run as the team heads home to take on Berea this Friday night.
The Tigers are coming off a 28-0 win over Eastside.
Head coach Shane Clark said his guys will have to be solid defensively if they want to continue their success in week five.
A 34-yard field goal by senior Justin Gravely late in the fourth quarter gave the North Greenville football team a 38-35 victory over the Pioneers of Tusculum College last Saturday night.
Out of the maelstrom that was New Hampshire Motor Speedway sped Joey Logano, who took control of last Sunday’s Sylvania 300 on a restart with 27 laps left and held on to win the second race in the chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.