The Riverside baseball team graduated 10 seniors in 2017, but replacing an experienced lineup is a little easier when you don’t have much trouble swinging the bat.
The Byrnes baseball team is hoping to return to form in 2018.
The Rebels will bring back six starters in an effort to shake up a region that could be considered one of the best in the state.
A dominating victory over the Southern Wesleyan Warriors allowed the North Greenville men’s basketball team to secure the No. 6 seed for this year’s Conference Carolinas Tournament.
For the second consecutive year, the Riverside boys basketball team has made it to the second week of Class AAAAA postseason action.
Murray Long’s team downed Northwestern (66-61) and Boiling Springs (45-39) last week, advancing to round three to take on Dorman (results were not available at press time).
The Eastside boys basketball team couldn’t string together back-to-back road wins last week, falling to Ridge View 63-45 in the second round of the Class AAAA playoffs.
The Eagles opened the week with an impressive 57-49 win over a much bigger Daniel squad.
The Greer boys basketball team won its first home playoff game in seven years last week before being ousted by Aiken on the road.
The Yellow Jackets finish the year at 15-11 with a 6-2 mark in region play.
Blue Ridge golfer Cole Styles signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his career at Spartanburg Methodist College last week. He is pictured with his parents, Chris and Angie Styles, along with his brother, Jay Styles.
North Greenville University’s Kate Lee was named the Conference Carolinas Softball Player of the Week, while Lees-McRae College’s Kara Cunningham was tabbed the Conference Carolinas Softball Pitcher of the Week for games played Feb. 12-18.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
Contrary to what the White House press corps may have you believe, the favorite pastime of the president is not dodgeball.
The Eastside wrestling team is adding hardware to an already-full trophy case.
The Eagles won their third-consecutive state championship—and the program’s 13th title overall—last week, topping Chapin 47-18 in the Class AAAA duals.