North Greenville golfers Evan Gfeller and Seth Robertson battled for the league’s individual title last Tuesday, leading the Crusaders to their first-ever Conference Carolinas championship in the sport.
The Greer baseball team has moved into second place in the Peach Blossom standings heading into the final week of the regular season.
The Yellow Jackets topped Union twice last week, winning 7-6 and 4-2 to break a three-way tie for third.
The Byrnes softball team has locked up a top-seed in the Class AAAAA playoffs after two more region wins last week.
The Rebels took down Boiling Springs (3-1) and JL Mann (17-2), moving to 6-0 in region play.
More than 40 boats and 70 participants pushed off the banks into Lake Robinson Saturday morning during the Greer Centennial Lions Club’s inaugural bass fishing tournament.
“The tournament drew mainly local fishermen from Greer and the surrounding areas,” said Lions Club secretary Alison Rauch.
The Blue Ridge Youth Association is looking to add wrestling to its offerings this season.
Travis Forrester, BRYA President, grew up in the Blue Ridge area and has been a coach for the past 13 years.
The North Greenville baseball team completed a sweep of the Limestone Saints to remain atop the Conference Carolinas standings last week.
The Crusaders won by scores of 7-3 and 6-4. Ryan Brown had a solid day with five total hits, including two home runs in Game 2. Utah Jones added four hits and a home run to the effort.
The SC Football Officials Association (SCFOA) is looking for new officials for the 2018 high school football season.
The Rebels stayed hot last week, earning four more wins and improving to 19-1 coming out of Spring Break.
The Byrnes softball team won the Crescent tournament, defeating Hartsville in the title game.
The Riverside golf team took second at the Greenville County tournament last weekend, finishing just behind Christ Church (297) with a team score of 301.
The Warriors had a three-stroke lead on Greenville, which finished at 304. St. Joe’s and Mauldin rounded out the Top 5 at 305 and 306 respectively.
The Yellow Jackets feel they are better than their record indicates heading into the home stretch of region play.
Sitting at a three-way tie for third place in the region coming out of Spring Break, Greer will have an opportunity to control its own destiny this week against Union.