The Tigers fell to Eastside last Friday during the first region game of the season, but Blue Ridge coach Ray Riley said his team has plenty to feel confident about moving forward.
An injury slowed Riverside’s progress last week, forcing the Lady Warriors to find other options during games against Eastside and Blue Ridge.
The girls basketball team faced Eastside last Monday, but lost point guard Sarah Cline to an injury in the first quarter.
Grandmaster Marshall Gagne hosted a demonstration, featuring several area students, last Saturday at his martial arts school, located at 1310 E. Garlington Rd. in Greenville.
The Eastside girls basketball team is off to a 6-3 start, only dropping games to non-conference opponents Wade Hampton and Westside in the early going.
The Lady Eagles return a veteran roster, led by the likes of Allie Miros, Jessica Garlington, Taylor Thompson and Grace Jordan.
It was a rocky week for the Jackets, who suffered a tough loss to their Class AAAA rivals last Wednesday.
The Greer boys basketball team dropped lop-sided matchup to Byrnes, but bounced back to knock off Emerald in the team’s region opener.
Four players scored in double figures, but the Crusaders shot just 36 percent as the team fell during a 79-76 loss to Converse College last week.
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A trip to Columbia continues to elude the Rebels, who have now fallen in the Upper State title game each of the last four seasons.
Dorman knocked off Byrnes 21-14 last Friday night at Nixon Field, pulling the upset and cutting the Rebels’ postseason run one game short.
The Eastside wrestling team muscled its way to a top five finish at the Steadman Hawkins Southern Slam Invitational over the weekend, finishing fourth out of more than 30 teams.