Hoping to nail down a playoff spot in week 10, Riverside is looking for its third-straight victory Friday night at Wade Hampton.
Bragging rights will be at the top of the list when Greer and Blue Ridge square off at Dooley Field at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
The struggles keep coming for the Eagles.
Byrnes, the state’s top-ranked Class AAAA team, will hit the road to face one of its biggest region rivals this Friday night.
In a game decided largely by penalties and turnovers, the North Greenville football team dropped a heartbreaker to Carson Newman 35-34 last Saturday afternoon.
Southside had no answer for Vonta Jenkins, and it showed Friday night during Blue Ridge’s 31-13 victory.
The Warriors remain in the playoff hunt, taking care of business against Mauldin in a 26-7 victory.
Chapman splattered like a bug hitting a windshield Friday night when the Panthers ran head-on into Greer’s defense that paved the way for an eighth straight win.
Byrnes wide out Chavis Dawkins averaged more than 50 yards per catch against JL Mann, scoring three touchdowns and helping his team earn its seventh win of the season.
He does a little bit of everything for the Warriors, and last Friday night, it was enough to secure his team’s second region win of the season.