Greer’s Madeline and Greta White took top finishes at the Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic last week, placing first in the 1600-meter event and 3600-meter event respectively.
City to host Spikeball Tournament
The City of Greer will host “Spike It Through Covid - Spikeball Tournament” on Saturday, April 10, 2-7 p.m. at Greer Country Club Park.
The free event is open to high school students.
The North Greenville women’s soccer team was unable to hang on to the lead in Wilson, North Carolina, dropping a conference matchup to Barton, 3-2, last week.
By Reid Spencer
Joey Logano made history on Monday afternoon.
Leading the final 61 laps in the face of a determined charge by Denny Hamlin, Logano won the rain-delayed Food City Dirt Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, the first dirt-track race for the NASCAR Cup Series since 1970.
A rare early season loss for the Byrnes softball team was quickly forgotten last week.
Brandi Aiken’s team rallied to win the Gold Bracket of the Lady Rebel Invitational in Duncan, defeating Travelers Rest, Daniel, Legion Collegiate, North Augusta and Dorman.
The Eastside baseball team went 2-1-1 during a rainy week, topping Riverside and Wren, but falling to JL Mann.
“We were very lucky to get four games in with the weather as bad as it was,” head coach Scott Erwin said.
The Eagles opened the week on the road against Riverside, pulling away late in the game to win 15-1.
Byrnes has hired Keith Caton to replace Hall of Fame Strength and Conditioning coach Mike Srock.
Srock announced his retirement last year, and Spartanburg District Five officials said Caton was the right fit for the job.
The Byrnes girls track and field team earned a second place finish at the Foothills Track Classic in Duncan last week, finishing behind Spartanburg with 78 team points.
Several local standouts had stellar performances during the girl’s meet.
The Eastside girl’s soccer team will get back in action this week, after missing two weeks of regular season play due to COVID-19.
Riverside Lacrosse moves to 8-0
Riverside High Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team has improved to 8-0 on the season with victories over Dorman and Fort Mill last weekend.
The Warriors, ranked 4th in Class AAAAA, blew past Dorman 22-2 Friday before edging Fort Mill 8-7 Saturday.