By Mark Vasto
The Rebels never trailed last Saturday night, knocking off Irmo, 57-50, to capture the Class AAAA state championship in Colonial Life Arena in Columbia.
Byrnes boys basketball coach Layne Fowler said it was a satisfying ending for his seniors.
A new season means a new look for the Riverside baseball team.
The Warriors, who graduated 12 seniors from last year’s roster, have been hot early, winning four of its first five preseason games, defeating Christ Church, Hillcrest, Wade Hampton and Clinton.
The Yellow Jacket baseball team missed out on the playoffs last season, but head coach Bob Massullo said this year’s team has the potential to turn things around.
Greer returns an experienced starting lineup to the diamond this spring.
Blue Ridge High School celebrated Ansley Gilreath’s 18th birthday and softball achievements on Friday, as she signed her letter of intent to play for Winthrop University.
Greer offensive lineman Tyreek Donaldson will continue his football career at the next level, signing a national letter of intent with Fairmont State University in West Virginia.
Donaldson was the lone senior on the line last fall, and head coach Will Young said he showed some promising potential.
The Lady Rebels soccer team capped off its successful preseason by winning the Hillcrest Tournament with a 1-0 victory over top-15 Blue Ridge in the championship game last Saturday afternoon.
By Mark Vasto
For The Greer Citizen
Legendary New York radio sports talk announcer Art Rust Jr. used to have a favorite saying: “I saw it on the radio.”
By Reid Spencer
When Kyle Busch finally broke his home-court jinx at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, he did it in style.
Overcoming a pit road speeding penalty with daring late-race strategy, Brad Keselowski broke a 33-race drought with a victory in Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.