Byrnes gave the fans at Nixon Field a homecoming to remember on Friday night, demolishing West Florence 49-0.
A defenseless defense was too much for Greer’s rapidly improving offense to overcome in a 56-42 loss to Westside at Dooley Field on Friday night.
Blue Ridge head coach John Boggs is noticing a pattern. It’s one he hates.
“Every single week, the other team’s running back has a career night against us,” he said. “That’s how it’s been all season, really.”
Fresh off an open week, Eastside football accomplished its one goal heading into the bye.
WINS FIRST PLACE
The Lady Rebel cheerleading squad recently took home first place at the Claw Down Classic.
Wrapping up a grueling non-region schedule, Riverside fell at the hands of the visiting Daniel Lions on Friday night, 56-14.
Chris Hall is an all-around athlete for the Greer Yellow Jackets who has played snaps at wide receiver, running back, and most recently quarterback. In his most recent outing against Westside, he posted 280 total yards and four touchdowns in a tight loss.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly 2.0 combined to defeat Greer, 31-14, Friday on the road at 5-A Boiling Springs.
The Good: The Yellow Jackets were improved. The Bad” The Yellow Jackets made many of the same old mistakes. The Ugly: Boiling Springs’ uniforms - a visual pollution that created an atmosphere like playing in a fog bank.
In front of a packed Nixon Field on Friday night, Byrnes took down Wren 28-7 to move to 4-1 on the season.
From the opening kickoff, it was clear the two teams were due for a strange game.