Greer hopes to find its first win on the road Friday night when the Yellow Jackets travel to Anderson to battle a third straight 5A foe, Westside High.
Hough High School might be the biggest team Reggie Shaw’s Rebels see all year.
That’s what Byrnes is seeing on film, as they get set for a Week 2 matchup at home with the Huskies.
Taylors Lions to hold golf outing
The Taylors Lions Club will hold a Golf Outing Charity Event on Sept. 9, 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. at Pebble Creek Country Club in Taylors.
Format is Captain’s Choice (4 Person Team). Lunch is provided at 11:30 a.m.
Shotgun start is 1 p.m. with awards/prize drawing at 5:30 p.m.
The Eagles knew they had their hands full early on Friday night.
On the first play from scrimmage, Braydon Bennett gave Southside its first score with a long touchdown.
The Rebels have a lot to be happy about this week, but Reggie Shaw’s team knows there’s no time to celebrate.
Byrnes will travel to Northwestern this Friday to take on a new look Trojan squad in Rock Hill.
Like going against an assault rifle with a pellet gun, Greer was a few bullets shy in the season-opening 33-8 loss to Byrnes on Friday night.
The Yellow Jackets had no answer for wide receiver Braylin Johnson, safety Nijae Crouch and several other standout Rebels in a sloppily-played game at Dooley Field.
Just two minutes into the 2019 season, the Blue Ridge football team found itself trailing Landrum 9-0 at home.
The Cardinals recorded an early safety and followed it up with a 64-yard touchdown pass to put the Tigers on the ropes.
Greer’s Yellow Jackets are back at the drawing board this week, working to correct numerous errors before hosting Spartanburg on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Dooley Field. This game originally had been scheduled for Spartanburg, but the location was changed because the new Spartanburg High stadium will not be ready for play.
Riverside’s Week 0 matchup with Travelers Rest didn’t go according to plan for Rick Martin’s squad.
The Warriors struggled early and often Friday night, falling 41-7 on the road.
Former Georgia Southern assistant coach Alex Stewart has joined the North Greenville women’s basketball coaching staff as an assistant coach. Stewart played for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets from 1999 to 2004.