Greer’s relatively young football team learned a few lessons Friday night at the School of Hard Knocks. Better known as the Byrnes Jamboree, the two quarters of competition resulted in a 21-6 thra
This Friday night will be about revenge for the Rebels.
Blue Ridge and Riverside met on the gridiron last week, focusing on last minute preparations before each team sees its first regular season action on Aug. 29.
When the Blue Ridge offense takes the field next Friday against Wade Hampton, many Tiger fans will be getting their first look at the arm of sophomore quarterback Jay Urich.
Emanuel Jackson has become known for his ability make big plays over the course of four years with the Warriors, and Riverside will need more of the same from its star running back this fall.
Byrnes volleyball coach Katie Jolley will not exactly be starting from scratch this year, as she returns five starters to what she believes is a “promising” roster.
By Mark Vasto
For the Greer Citizen
This week, we continue with some of the top moments in American sports history.
Johnny Sauter’s new crew chief started work eight days before last Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Careers for Veterans 200.
So much for a getting-to-know-you period.
The math didn’t add up.
So much for restarts being a problem for Jeff Gordon.