Eastside quarterback T.J. Gist found Tyius Lewis in the end zone with four seconds left during last Friday’s region showdown with Chapman, giving the Eagles their fourth win of the season (31-27) and continuing the program’s turnaround season.
Eastside’s red hot Eagles will pose a huge challenge for unbeaten Greer when the two teams clash in an early Peach Blossom 3-A region showdown Friday night at Dooley Field.
A fourth quarter surge pushed Byrnes past Boiling Springs, which spent a good deal of time threatening the Rebels’ perfect record last Friday night.
Despite the close outing, the Rebels knocked off the Bulldogs 28-23 on the road.
Riverside was outmatched against the No. 1 team in the state last Friday night, falling 55-7 to Spartanburg on the road.
With the loss, the Warriors are still in search of their first win of the season.
#43 Tyler Brown
Parents: Jeff and Lori
Away from the field: Enjoys hanging out with family
Favorite athlete: J.J. Watt
Favorite movie: Remember the Titans
Favorite video game: Call of Duty
Favorite artist: Darius Rucker
#11 Travis Lancaster
Blue Ridge High
Parents: Shelia and Jeff
Away from the field: Enjoys hunting and fishing
Favorite athlete: Cam Newton
Favorite movie: Forrest Gump
Favorite video game: Call of Duty Black Ops
Favorite artist: Jeezy
#75 Bradly Thompson
#13 Tyius Lewis
Parents: Neyinka and Bryson
Away from the field: Enjoys playing pickup basketball
Favorite athlete: Calvin Johnson
Favorite movie: Straight Outta Compton
Favorite video game: NBA 2K
Favorite artist: Lil Wayne
After an overtime victory at Berea, the Blue Ridge Fighting Tigers (2-3, 1-1) hope to carry over energy and determination to take on the Emerald Vikings (3-2) this Friday at home.
Blue Ridge head coach Shane Clark said while his team let Berea back into the game, they still showed what they were made of in emerging victorious.
Nelson Hughes threw four touchdowns and ran for another during North Greenville’s 40-17 route of UNC Pembroke Saturday in Tigerville.