Greer turned the clock back on Friday night to defeat Blue Ridge, 28-7, and earn a trip to the Class AAAA playoffs.
Time ran out for Eagles at Sirrine Stadium last Friday night.
A late rally came up just short, as Eastside fell to Greenville, 24-17, in the region championship game.
Greer would like nothing better than to salvage a great finish out of an otherwise disappointing season by upsetting top-seeded South Pointe in the opening round of the 4-A playoffs this Friday night. The game is set for 7:30 p.m. at the Stallions stadium on the South Pointe High campus at 801 Neely Road in Rock Hill.
Lawrence Scott led Byrnes to its ninth win of the season last Friday, rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for another in a 28-0 win over Boiling Springs.
With the win, the Rebels secure a No. 2 seed in the Class AAAAA playoffs and a home matchup with Nation Ford in round one.
It will go down as a 3-7 season in which Blue Ridge missed the playoffs.
But for head coach James Thurn, there will always be one burning question surrounding the 2019 season: what if?
GMC announces basketball shcedule
Greer Middle College Charter High has announced the schedule for the Boys Varsity Basketball season.
Games are as follows:
Dec. 3: Oakbrook
Dec. 5: at Shannon Forest
Dec. 7: Greenville Home School (at Pleasant Grove Baptist) at 2:30
Dec. 10: at Oakbrook
Much more than bragging rights are on the line this Friday night, as Greer visits Blue Ridge. The regular-season football finale has boiled down to a battle for fourth place in the Peach Blossom region to claim the final spot in the state playoffs.
Marshall Skoloff and Max Louris led a fourth quarter rally that carried Eastside past Greer, 35-28, in a key Region II football clash at Dooley Field on Thursday night.
Fresh of an emotional loss to Dorman, Byrnes’ matchup with Hillcrest last Friday night could not have started any worse.
Rams speedster AJ Hill took the opening kickoff to the house at Nixon Field, going 80-yards for the score.
Eastside and Greenville are playing for all the marbles.
Both 4-0 in the conference, the winner of Friday night’s game at Greenville will be crowned region champion and awarded a No. 1 seed in the Class AAAA playoffs.