Riding momentum from Spring Break wins over Blue Ridge and Seneca, Byrnes baseball coach Michael Maus believe his team may be peaking at the right time.
North Greenville’s Inaugural 7v7 Spring Shootout Championship went into overtime, as Young Harris 1 topped Furman University White 4-3.
“It was a wild game. I did not expect this,” said Annie Miller of the North Greenville University women’s soccer team.
Each team took home a trophy from Cowart Awards.
By Camille Jones
For The Greer Citizen
Kyle Busch held off a hard-charging Kevin Harvick to earn the win in Sunday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Hoping to defend their 2017 South Atlantic League Championship, the Greenville Drive announced its official roster ahead of Opening Day last week.
Now in a three-way tie for third place in the region, Blue Ridge split a series with Union County last week, moving to 2-2 in Peach Blossom play.
The Tigers opened the week with a 13-5 win over Southside Christian, pounding 15 hits in the contest.
Blue Ridge then dropped a 4-0 decision to Union County on Tuesday.
After a 2-0 start in region play, the Blue Ridge softball team dropped a pair of games to the defending Class AAAA state champions last week.
The Tigers are now 9-7 following the losses to 6-3 and 6-4 losses to Union County.
After a 1-5 start to region play, the Rebel baseball team got some momentum back last week with wins over Chapman and Mauldin.
Byrnes is now 7-5 overall, but will have some work to do to secure a spot in the playoffs.
The Greer softball team is now 2-1 in region competition after a loss to Travelers Rest last week.
The Lady Jackets head into the break at 5-7, hoping to mend injuries on a young team.
The Yellow Jackets split with cross-town rival Riverside last week, falling 10-0 on the road before bouncing back to snag a 2-1 victory.
Greer went into spring break sitting at 2-2 in the region, tied with Blue Ridge and Union County.
This Saturday, North Greenville University will host its inaugural Crusader Athletics Showcase, giving local residents an opportunity to visit Tigerville and see five varsity teams in action.