After leading the Riverside boys and girls cross country teams to state titles in 2016, Eric Cummings was named Coach of the Year by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Association.
If you’ve been in Eastside’s region during the last quarter of a century, you’ve lost.
The Eagles wrestling team locked up its 25th consecutive conference title Monday night with a 67-10 win over Blue Ridge, and many of the team’s former athletes dropped by to help celebrate.
The Lady Yellow Jackets are finally over the hump.
After 10 disappointing outings, the Greer girls basketball team knocked off Eastside 56-49 to take possession of first place in the region.
Trailing the Eagles by nine to start the fourth quarter, Greer went on a 24-10 run to secure the victory.
A second-half on slot proved to be too much for Greer, as the Eagles topped the Jackets 69-47 last Thursday night.
The Eastside boys basketball team moves to 2-0 in region action after the win.
Blue Ridge dropped to 0-1 in the region after giving up a late lead against Travelers Rest last Thursday.
The Tigers were up by nine heading into the final period, but gave up 27 fourth quarter points to the Devildogs during the 61-52 loss.
Registration now open for City Spring Sports
Spring sports registration is currently underway at the Greer Parks and Recreation department. Spring sports include: Greer Baseball Club (GBC), girl’s softball, and Foothills SoccerClub of Greer (FSCG). Limited roster spots are available for all sports.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
The North Greenville men’s basketball team fell to Mount Olive in Conference Carolinas action on Monday night, 65-51 in Hayes Gymnasium.
The Limestone College women’s basketball team rallied from a 10-point deficit in the second half and then was forced to hold on late against visiting Pfeiffer University with a 66-65 decision in Conference Carolinas action on Saturday, January 14 at the Timken Center.
Some know him as Troy’s little brother. Opposing defenses know him as a nightmare in the open field.
His coaches, however, know him as their team’s most valuable player.
Eastside’s Chance Pride had a tremendous impact on his team’s season in 2016, leading the Eagles to the state playoffs for the first time in years.