After winning six of its last 10, the Greer baseball team saw its season come to an abrupt end.
The Byrnes softball team is tearing through the playoffs, and head coach Brandi Aiken said the Lady Rebels are continuing to take it one game at a time.
Riverside coach Travis Pitman did not see his team’s season end the way he would like, but said he feels good about his experienced roster heading into the summer.
The Tigers fell just short of an Upper State tournament berth this season, and despite losing seven seniors, head coach Travis Henson says his team’s future remains bright.
They entered the preseason ranked No. 1 in the state and that’s exactly how they finished.
The Eastside girls’ soccer team bounced back from a tough loss to Greenville in the regular season finale, shutting out Belton-Honea Path in the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs.
Capping a perfect season, the Blue Ridge Middle School softball team secured a 14-4 win over Ralph Chandler last week to claim the Greenville County Championship.
The Lady Tigers finish with an unblemished 19-0 record, and head coach Nicole Sullivan said she is proud of her team.
The Eastside baseball team continues to find ways to stay alive in playoff games.
The Eagles received a walk-off RBI from Jordan Poynter Monday night, advancing past River Bluff 7-6 in their second playoff game.
Eastside opened postseason play in similar fashion, edging Belton-Honea Path at home in the first round 5-4.
Just a week after celebrating a region championship, the Greer softball team was sent packing.
The Lady Yellow Jackets’ playoff run was cut short, as losses to West Oak and River Bluff brought on the early exit.