Eastside head coach Andre Woolcock knows his team could’ve handled itself better on Friday night.
The call was coming from inside the house—the upstairs bedroom, to be specific.
When JB Brown saw his phone ringing on Aug. 16 around 10 a.m., he was surprised to see his daughter Anna’s name on the other line.
For the first time since 2009, the Riverside Lady Warriors are volleyball region champs.
After sweeping Greer on Oct. 12, the Warriors clinched the Class 4A Region 2 title.
NEW BOYS SOCCER COACH
Coach Joe Campbell was recently introduced as the new head coach of boys soccer at Byrnes.
Campbell has been a resident of Duncan for the last seven years and his four sons attend D5 schools.
Greer High treated old grads to 28-14 cliff-hanger over relentless Eastside in the Yellow Jackets’ 2023 Homecoming game at Dooley Field on Friday night.
Ethan Morris wasn’t at 100 percent.
Byrnes’ senior slot receiver was quick to admit it: the effects of a summer hamstring injury hadn’t fully worn off coming into Friday night’s rain-drenched clash with Boiling Springs.
Could’ve fooled them.
On the stat sheets, not much separates Riverside’s top two wide receivers, Jaiden “Speedy” Taylor and Mikkel Skinner.
Taylor’s caught 32 passes for 471 yards. Skinner’s got 25 for 400. Both have seven receiving touchdowns on the season.
On paper? The pair are nearly identical. In person? Well, that’s a different story.
Eighth-ranked Broome (6-1, 2-0 region) traveled to Jim Howard Stadium and swept Blue Ridge away Friday night, putting together a 41-21 win over the Tigers.
The loss kept Blue Ridge winless at 0-7 and dropped the Tigers’ region record to 0-1.
Everything was just a little off-centered for Riverside against Laurens on Friday night.
The Warrior offense struggled to move and get the ball to their playmakers in space.
Coach Seth Goff has been formally introduced as the new head wrestling coach at Greer High School.
Coach Goff came to Greer High School in 2022 and currently serves as a math teacher and assistant football coach. Previously, Coach Goff was at Boiling Springs High School where he coached football and wrestling for five years.