Greer and Riverside will host spring football scrimmages Friday at 6 p.m.
Greer, last season’s unbeaten Peach Blossom AAA champions, will hold its scrimmage at Dooley Field.
Blue Ridge baseball celebrated its 2016 season at Washington Baptist Church Tuesday night honoring team and individual players' accomplishments.
The Tigers finished the season (20-6) winning 17 consecutive games and the Region II 3A title for the first time in 10 years. They were eliminated in the District III tournament.
May 18, 2016
The Greater Greer Education Foundation awarded $13,000 in scholarships to 13 students from six high schools in the Greater Greer area Wednesday afternoon at Greer City Hall. Students were selected by the guidance department of each school and submitted to the Foundation. The Foundation in turn will present scholarship funds to the technical school or college on behalf of the student.
Clayton Jacob Sudduth received the Outstanding Spanish Student Award at the awards day ceremony held at North Greenville University.
The award was given to the student with the highest GPA in two semesters of Spanish during the academic year.
2016 REGION II AAA GIRLS/BOYS SOCCER TEAM
Girls player of the year: Hannah Stamey (Berea High)
The Blue Ridge baseball season has come to an end.
Seneca beat the Tigers, 3-2, Friday night at Seneca in the District II championship. Seneca went through the tournament unbeaten and will play at Wren Monday at 6:30 in the first round of the Upstate playoffs. Wren beat Chapman Friday night to win District IV.
Photo gallery by Alison Gosnell
Jacob Wilbanks hit a home run and Ethan Few held Broome in check in the dramatic final inning Wednesday night as Blue Ridge advanced to the championship game of the District II Class AAA baseball playoffs.
Broome plays at Blue Ridge at 6:30 this evening in an elimination baseball playoff game.
Hayley Smith was on a rare fast track to enter college and continue her dancing career.
Smith, a senior at Blue Ridge High School, signed a letter of intent Tuesday to dance with Limestone College beginning in the fall. The college designates funds for dance and academics for students to compete while also performing for football and basketball games. Recruiting is also in the budget.
Blue Ridge fell to the Seneca Bobcats Monday night at The Ridge, 4-1, in a second-round District II, AAA baseball playoff game. Blue Ridge’s 17-game win streak was snapped.