Having played one of the most rigorous Class AAAA schedules to this point in the season, the Greer boys basketball team’s record may not be a perfect representation of its potential.
They’ve been there. They’ve won it. Now, the focus is on getting back.
The defending Class AAAA state champion Byrnes boys basketball team has plenty of goals for the new year, and getting back to Columbia is one of them.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
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The Lady Yellow Jackets called a timeout they didn’t have.
That was the call late in the fourth quarter last Wednesday, as the Greer girls basketball team dropped its first game of the season to Byrnes, 75-74.
The Jackets had blown a 20-point lead and were called for a technical with just a few ticks remaining on the clock.
The Tigers are hoping to sneak up on area teams this winter.
With wins over J.L. Mann, Pickens and Carolina Academy, the Blue Ridge boys basketball team has worked its way to 3-5 record under first-year coach Richie Stevens.
The Greer boys basketball team split a pair of nonconference games last week, earning a big win over TC Roberson (80-53), but falling on the road at Byrnes, 74-67.
Head coach Greg Miller said he was happy with his team’s effort against TC Roberson, an Asheville-based team.
The Riverside girls basketball team earned two wins in four days last week, knocking off Blue Ridge (27-16) and Eastside (29-27) before falling to Landrum (53-31).
Head coach Jenny Taylor said her team looked strong early in the week against a couple of good opponents.
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