On to Upper State: The Riverside boys lacrosse team competed in the Upper State championship game Tuesday at Fort Mill (results were not available at press time). The winner advances to the final Saturday at Chapin High School.
A longstanding football rivalry will be reinstated next year.
Greer and Byrnes have finalized plans to matchup once again in the regular season, scheduling week one games in 2016 and 2017.
The two schools have not met in the regular season since 2009.
The rain held off long enough for area golf and fishing enthusiasts to show their skills at the GSP International Airport Greer Family Fest Golf Tournament and CPW Bass Fishing Tournament last weekend.
Duke Energy claimed top honors on the links at Greer Country Club, placing first in the golf tournament.
It’s an important week for the Eastside baseball team, which could shake up the region standings in the final week of the regular season.
The Eagles hosted Travelers Rest on Tuesday (results were not available at press time) and will take on Emerald Thursday, hoping to knock off the region’s top two teams.
The Rebels’ pursuit of a region championship came to an end last week, as Byrnes dropped back-to-back games to J.L. Mann.
With the pair of losses, Byrnes moves to 7-4 in the conference.
Greer’s Kylie Sandusky is heading to the next level, signing to play tennis for North Greenville University next season.
Coached by her grandmother, Linda Sandusky, in high school, the senior said she feels as if she’s ready for the college game.
Inked: Eastside senior Sarah Paige Guerrant signed a national letter of intent to run track for Bob Jones University next season.
Eastside’s Matt Massullo will continue his golf career at the next level, after signing with Erskine college last week.
“I really liked the coach and I really liked the campus,” he said. “I didn’t realize how good they actually were, and they offered me a pretty good scholarship so I thought it was the right fit.”
Eastside soccer standout Connor Hubbard made his commitment to Furman University official last week, signing a national letter of intent with the NCAA Division I program.
Eastside’s Marion Reeves will run track and cross country for Anderson University next season, after signing a national letter of intent last week.