A clutch interception from Blue Ridge’s Evan Coffin gave the Tigers their first win of the season at Wade Hampton last Friday.
The offseason has proved fruitful for a Riverside football team that did not win a game in 2013.
After sputtering early on, Greer’s 2014 football machine roared to life in the second half and smashed Clinton 23-14 in the season opener Friday night at Dooley Field.
Blue Ridge’s John Patrick put on a tackling clinic against Wade Hampton last Friday night, earning Defensive Player of the Week honors from The Greer Citizen and Owens Insurance.
Senior quarterback Ryan Cerino recorded three total touchdowns to help his Riverside Warriors claim victory over rival Eastside last Friday night.
There wasn’t much T.L. Hanna could do to slow Byrnes down Friday night.
The Rebels had their way during their first home game of the season, thrashing the Yellow Jackets 50-0.
Shane Clark’s Tigers came out on top in a thrilling overtime game at Wade Hampton last Friday night, but he said the road ahead will not provide any relief.
Coming off their first loss of the season, Eastside will look to bounce back this Friday night at home against Christ Church.
When the lights come on this Friday night at The Reservation, it will mean a little more to Riverside football coach Phil Smith.
Something has got to give Friday night when unbeaten Greer and Riverside, both riding waves of momentum, clash at 7:30 p.m. at The Reservation on the Warriors’ campus.