The Lady Yellow Jackets flexed their muscles against Blue Ridge last week, manhandling their rival, 73-29, on the road.
Eastside improved to 4-2 in region play last Thursday with a 62-47 win over Emerald at home.
The Eagles are now 11-6 on the season and are one game behind the region leader.
Head coach Tom Chamness said his team’s quick start gave the Eagles an early advantage.
The Lady Rebels’ 47-33 win over Riverside last week was a momentum booster for head coach Stacey Parris and her team.
Byrnes cruised to an easy road victory over the Warriors, remaining in the hunt for the playoffs.
Riverside dropped a crucial game to Byrnes last week, falling 47-33 at home.
The Warriors are now 2-7 overall, making their way down the home stretch of region play.
“Byrnes was a tough game for us. A lot of things didn’t go well,” head coach Jenny Taylor said. “We didn’t handle the pressure very well and it cost us.”
The Lady Eagles maintained their grip on first place in the region with a 47-39 win over Emerald last week.
Eastside is now a perfect 6-0 in conference action, but head coach Cindy Mattos-DeHart said her team knows they have a huge target on their backs.
With a minimal 2016 roster, the Yellow Jacket wrestling team is putting the individual success as the state playoff approach.
North Greenville athletic director Jan McDonald has named Bill Martin the new head coach of the men’s soccer team.
The Boston Red Sox recently announced minor league coaching staffs for the upcoming season, and there will be familiar faces on board as the Drive begin a second decade in Downtown Greenville.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
Spring Registration now open for Greer Rec
The Greer Recreation department is currently holding signups for popular spring leagues such as the Greer Baseball Classic (GBC), the Foothills Soccer Club and Dixie Softball.