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Eastside, Riverside may be future schools for Northwood stars
AUG 29, 2015

Eastside quarterback T.J. Gist (10) led Eastside to its win over Riverside Friday night. His brother, Terrence, Northwood Little League standout, is also scheduled to attend Eastside High School.
 
 
 
 

The Northwood Little League World Series team was honored at halftime of Friday night's Eastside-Riverside game at Wade Hampton High School.

Northwood became the first team from South Carolina to reach the LLWS since 1950 and notched the first LLWS win for a team from the state.

The victory and narrow losses at the LLWS earned the Northwood team fans from across the state as well as a few from the "Twitter-verse," including Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and former South Carolina and current Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery.

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Eastside overwhelms Riverside in season-opener
AUG 28, 2015

Eastside overwhelms Riverside in season-opener

The Steve Wilson era at Eastside High School couldn't have started much better.

The Eagles dealt neighborhood rival Riverside a 25-0 loss Friday night at Wade Hampton High School. The game was moved to the neutral site Thursday when Greenville County administrators ruled Riverside's field unplayable due to turf problems.

Riverside was technically the home team, but the Eastside defense made itself at home, harassing Riverside quarterback Aaron Odom all night, intercepting him three times and scoring two safeties.

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Riverside plays Eastside in home opener at Wade Hampton
AUG 28, 2015

Riverside's kicking game is in good hands and feet with Antoine Kahaleh (47) and punter Jordan Paden.
 

Riverside travels to Wade Hampton High School to play its first game and home opener against the Eastside Eagles.

Greenville County, on Thursday, told Riverside its field was unplayable and its game would be played at Wade Hampton. The grass hasn’t grown in and change in schedule is only for one game.

The Warriors look to rekindle last year's success as they take on the Eastside, a team looking to improve upon its 2-9 record from a season ago under new coach Steve Wilson.

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Northwood players come home to a hero's welcome
AUG 27, 2015

Terrence Gist, ESPN's poster player for longest home run during the Little League World Series, was smothered for autographs.
 

More people greeted the Northwest Little League All-Stars returning Thursday to Greer’s GSP airport than presidential Republican candidate Donald Trump.

Trump had come and gone for his speaking engagement in Greenville by the time the Northwood Little League players and their families came down the escalator. A crowd of several hundred family, friends and supporters cheered their heroes home from the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.

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Taylors arrives Thursday at GSP from World Series
AUG 25, 2015

The Northwood/Taylors Little League team will be enjoying the sites, games and sliding down the hill the next two days before flying home into GSP.
 

The Taylors Northwood Little League players will arrive home at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport in Greer at 3:12 p.m. Thursday.

The Southeast Regional champions, the first team from South Carolina to win a game in the Little League World Series, is the first team from the state to play in the LLWS since Clinton in 1950.

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Taylors game time changed, rain washes out LLWS on Day 1
AUG 20, 2015

The support back home in Taylors continues while the Northwood Little League learned opening ceremonies and all games and practices were rained out Thursday at Williamsport, Pa.
 
 

Steady rain cancelled today’s opening ceremonies at the Little League World Series and forced the Northwood Little League team to change its scheduled game time on Friday.

Northwood’s game as Southeast champions will be played at 5 p.m., one hour later than previously scheduled on Friday. The Taylors team will play New England at historic Lamade Stadium. Northwood will be the visitors.

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Police, Safety Council offer back to school safe driving tips
AUG 13, 2015

The Greer Police Department and the National Safety Council are partnering to remind parents and commuters that it’s important to slow down and pay extra attention with school back in session.
 
 

With local schools opening their doors to students for a new school year, the Greer Police Department and the National Safety Council are partnering to remind parents and commuters that it’s important to slow down and pay extra attention.

“The school year can change drastically change a commute for a driver who passes through multiple school zones each day,” GPD Sgt. Randle Ballenger, said. “It’s easy to fall into the habit of maintaining regular speeds in those zones after the summer break.

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Realignment proposal moves Riverside, Peach Blossom mostly intact
AUG 3, 2015

The SCHSL five classification proposal would move Riverside into Region 2 AAAAA with Greenwood, Hillcrest, Laurens, Mauldin and Wade Hampton.
 

The South Carolina High School League’s proposed five-classification format was distributed to its members Monday.

Riverside would move into Region 2 AAAAA with Greenwood, Hillcrest, Laurens, Mauldin and Wade Hampton. That means Region 3 will become a 5-team grouping of Boiling Springs, Byrnes, Dorman, Gaffney and Spartanburg.

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