A day of festivities, set for Saturday, April 5 at Century Park, will open a new season for the Greer Baseball Club.
The Byrnes baseball team struggled in conference play last week, falling to Mauldin and Gaffney before bouncing back against Wade Hampton.
Despite a pair of early region losses, the Blue Ridge girls’ soccer team has bounced back to earn two straight wins.
The Byrnes softball team has already seen plenty of success this season and currently ranks atop the region.
The Lady Rebels are 11-2 overall with a 4-1 record in conference play.
It has been a difficult season so far for the Lady Yellow Jackets.
The Tigers are off to a strong start from the tee, earning four early victories.
Head coach Randy Cisson said his guys have recorded strong scores and his team is continuing to improve.
D5 night celebrated
at Fluor Field April 23
On Wednesday, April 23, the Greenville Drive is partnering with the Duncan community to host “D5 night” at Fluor Field.
For the third consecutive year, Rebels in Spartanburg District Five Schools will take over The Greenville Drive’s Fluor Field in celebration of the district’s accomplishments.
The Blue Ridge softball team has been on fire in the early part of the season, recording 11 wins and a perfect region record.
The Eastside baseball team is fighting to stay atop a demanding region schedule, earning four early season wins.