Eastside junior Clay Walker won his third consecutive state championship and his teammates won three more titles, two seconds and one third place last weekend at Anderson.
Blue Ridge’s Jordan Ludd earned a second place finish when he lost in the championship match.
The 7th Annual Miss Blue Ridge Relay for Life Pageant is scheduled for March 16, at 6 p.m. at the Blue Ridge High School Auditorium.
The BRHS Air Force Junior ROTC is the pageant’s sponsor. This year’s theme, in partnership with Relay for Life, is “Wave Goodbye to Cancer”.
Four Blue Ridge High School students were medalist winners in the 2012 National Classical Etymology exam.
Marc Western, gold medalist, Elizabeth McAbee, silver, and Darrin Anderson and Brady O’Boyle, bronze, took the online test in December. The students were coached by Jim Westcot, Latin teacher.
The Blue Ridge girls were ousted, 66-33, by Dreher Monday from the Class 3A girls basketball playoffs in a first round game. Dreher is the defending state champions.
Dreher advances to the second round Thursday night in a home game against Seneca. The Lady Bobcats beat Region 3 champion Union County, 44-40.
The Greer and Eastside boys and Blue Ridge girls begin play in the first-round of the state Class 3A state basketball playoffs next week. See the South Carolina High School League boys and girls brackets here.
Caleb Bennett, 2012 graduate of Blue Ridge High School, was named to the Dean’s List at The Citadel for the fall 2012-2013 semester.
Bennett, a freshman, is seeking a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.
The annual Media Women of South Carolina has set its published and contest deadlines.
High School students (male and female) in public, private, and home schools may enter work published in print or digitally for school or community newspapers (print or digital), online or broadcast news, and yearbooks.