Eastside’s Heather Elliott will head to Columbia next fall, signing a letter of intent to run track and field and cross country for the University of South Carolina last week.
Decision day: Eastside’s Catera Young signed with Converse College on National Signing Day last week.
Eastside’s Asheton Robinson will continue her soccer career at North Greenville University next season, after signing a letter of intent with the Crusaders last week.
Robinson’s father, Bill, is in his first year with the Crusaders after having coached his daughter at Eastside.
Eastside’s Matt Dacus signed a national letter of intent to play soccer for Anderson University last week, joining 10 other athletes making decisions on National Signing Day.
Dacus said it was his interactions with players and coaches that ultimately swayed his decision.
Bianca Porras singed a national letter of intent to play college soccer at Anderson University last week.
She was one of 11 Eastside seniors to make college decisions on National Signing Day.
Eastside goalkeeper Andrew Kinzer will take the field for Gardner-Webb University next season, after signing a letter of intent with the bulldogs last week.
Eagle senior Robin Martin will play her college soccer at Erskine College, after signing a letter of intent last week.
“Erskine was on my list and I had a chance to tour their beautiful campus,” she said. “The coach is fantastic and everyone was so sweet. I loved the girls and I loved the campus.”
Byrnes athletes sign
at Fine Arts center
A group of Byrnes High students are taking their talents to the next level, accepting athletic scholarships at numerous colleges and universities.
In a race delayed and interrupted by rain, and ended in overtime, Matt Kenseth broke a drought of more than a year’s standing in Sunday’s Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes at Bristol Motor Speedway.
With Family Fest right around the corner, the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce is inviting local residents out for a weekend of friendly competition.