The Greer softball team is off to strong start, beginning the season with a 3-0 record in the region.
After several key wins early in the season, the Byrnes baseball team is off to a 6-2 start, boasting a 3-1 record in region play.
Head coach Michael Maus said his team is hanging tough in what could be one of the most dangerous regions in the state.
The Riverside girls’ soccer team has been on a tear as of late, winning four region games and solidifying itself as one of the conference’s top teams.
With a veteran group on defense, Warrior coach Carley Victor said her team continues to work hard.
The Byrnes golf team is relying on young faces to compete in region play this season.
The Rebels are 2-2 in conference match-ups, recording a third place finish at the Spartanburg County Tournament.
The first couple of weeks have not been kind to the Eastside softball team, which has seen several of its players go down with injuries.
Head coach Susan Meadows, who is in her second consecutive year with the team, said the Eagles will be looking to rebuild.
The Byrnes boys’ soccer team has been working to put together a complete game, and head coach Paul Hilderbrand said his team shown signs of promise during its first seven games.
The team currently sits on a 4-3 record, with a 2-2 record in the region.
The Byrnes girls’ soccer team has already experienced a couple of heartbreakers just a few weeks into the new season.
The team began region play with an 0-3 record, falling in the final minutes of two key games.
Lister basketball camp runs through April 7
Local basketball coach Paul Lister is holding a basketball camp for girls, ages 6-10, each Monday night until April 7 at Greer First Baptist Church.
The camp begins at 6 p.m. and is open to anyone who would like to participate. It is free for the public.
Eastside track coach Ed Boehmke says his team is beginning to excel despite some youth and inexperience.
The season has seen many Eagle runners earn personal bests, and the team believes it has only reached beginning of its success.
The Byrnes community will not have to spend much time getting to know its new head football coach.
The Rebels welcomed in a familiar face this week as Brian Lane, a former Byrnes football player and assistant coach, was chosen to captain the ship.
“I’m so excited,” Lane said. “It’s just a blessing.”