Hurricane Matthew may have bypassed Taylors Friday night, but Eastside pummeled the Yellow Jackets with a hailstorm of passes before Greer managed to escape with a 42-20 win.
The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament will return to Greenville in March of 2017.
Furman University and the Southern Conference will serve as co-hosts of NCAA Tournament First/Second Round games, scheduled for March 17 and 19, at the 14,000-seat Bon Secours Wellness Arena downtown.
Blue Ridge WR #6
Parents: Betsy and Ben Sammons
Blue Ridge S #21
Parents: Michelle and Bill Pcheny
Greer OL #60
Parents: Chad and Inez Hannon
The Greer Citizen/Owens Insurance Players of Week 6 were honored during last week's Greer Touchdown Club.
“I hope we can defend a little better,” said Greer Coach Will Young anticipating facing Greenville High and another Friday evening filled with flying footballs.
The Yellow Jackets will take their five-game winning streak on the road to Sirrine Stadium to battle the Red Raiders in non-region contest at 7:30 p.m.
Blue Ridge will look to remain unbeaten in region play as the Tigers play host to Union County Friday night.
After a win over Travelers Rest in Week 7, head coach Shane Clark said his team has rediscovered its confidence.
Without two quarterbacks and the services of several other starters, Riverside dropped its fourth game of the season to Hillcrest last Friday, 45-7.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
This has been a season of losses.