The North Greenville men’s and women’s track and field teams turned in several impressive performances this weekend at the Bob Pollack Invite, hosted by Clemson University.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
The Eastside boys basketball team continued its hot-streak last week, knocking off Travelers Rest and Blue Ridge to improve to 6-2 in the region.
The Eagles have now won four-straight region games. Head coach Tom Chamness said he was pleased with his team’s 49-32 win over the Devildogs.
The Lady Warrior cross country team ran the table last season, capping an unbeaten regular season with a third-straight state title.
Now, their head coach is being recognized as one of the most elite coaches in the nation.
After beginning region play undefeated, Greer is now on a two-game slide, having lost to Blue Ridge and Southside in recent weeks.
The Tigers proved to be too much for Greer late in the second half, pulling away for a 66-52 win.
The Greer girls basketball team has now won four straight region games, improving to 6-1 on the season.
The Lady Jackets cruised to a 70-50 win over Southside last Tuesday, leading by as man as 29 points during the contest.
The Lady Warriors are continuing to struggle in region competition, dropping a 56-44 loss to Boiling Springs last week.
Riverside fell behind in the contest and was unable to recover.
The Lady Rebels dropped a tough battle with Wade Hampton last week, falling 38-25 on the road.
More than 200 student-athletes from North Greenville made the Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll during the fall of 2015, leading the conference.
Those named included:
Blue Ridge picked up its first region win in 19 tries last Thursday, defeating rival Greer 71-60 in an emotional contest.
The Yellow Jackets were dealing with the loss of senior guard Nathan Moore, who passed away two days earlier from unknown causes.