The 2016 Greenville Drive season began last week, and this year’s roster features a talented group of players that will shoot for a successful season this spring at Fluor Field.
By Mark Vasto
The Greer Parks and Rec Department will host Opening Day ceremonies for all GBC teams on Saturday, April 9, at Century Park. For more information, visit cityofgreer.org.
The Byrnes softball team is perfect no longer, falling to Union County 3-2 last week.
The Lady Rebels are now 17-1 on the season with an undefeated mark in region play.
North Greenville golf coach Brad Caldwell recently earned full playing status on PGA Tour Canada for the 2016 season.
Caldwell competed in one of the four PGA Tour Canada Qualifying School last week finishing 72 holes at eight under par (71,70,71,68), good enough for third place.
The Riverside baseball team gained some momentum during spring break.
The Warriors had a strong showing at the Hanahan Invitational, winning three games before falling in the semifinals
Riverside defeated Goose Creek 17-0 to open the tournament, followed by a 12-11 win over Mt. Pleasant.
Ethan Few got the win and the save for Blue Ridge last week, as the Tigers stole a road victory over rival Greer to improve to 5-2 in region play.
Blue Ridge currently sits at second in the Peach Blossom standings, with just a handful of games remaining in the regular season.
Crusader softball falls to Erskine
The North Greenville softball team fell victim to the Conference Carolinas leader last Saturday afternoon, dropping a pair of games to Erskine by scores of 8-1 and 2-1.
by Reid Spencer
Missed opportunities were the difference for the Greer boys soccer team last week, as the Jackets dropped a tough region battle with Chapman, 1-0
Greer is now 7-4 overall with a 3-3 mark in region play.