Riverside High School student Faith Jeter was selected to receive the Carter G. Woodson Legacy Award sponsored by Berea College in Berea, KY.
This award recognizes a high school junior who has demonstrated outstanding character, academic achievement and leadership.
The Riverside High School Concert Band and Wind Ensemble have been invited to perform in the Inaugural SCBDA State Concert Band Festival.
Twenty-nine South Carolina high school bands qualified, but only16 earned an invitation to perform in the state festival. Riverside has two performing.
Cheeun Kang, of Riverside High School, won first place for her batik “Reminiscent” in the Painting Division at the 26th Annual Upstate High School Art Exhibit at Greenville Technical College Benson Campus.
Morgan Chopp’s mixed media work of “Eyes All Around" in the Drawing Division earned her an honorable mention.
The Riverside girls lacrosse team is seeded No. 6 in the state playoffs and will play at No. 3 seed Nation Ford Tuesday.
The Riverside boys did not make the playoffs.
Hale Edwards will be recognized at the PTSA State Conference as the PTSA State Teacher of the Year for Middle Schools.
Edwards teaches at Riverside Middle School.
Riverside dropped a home lacrosse match on Monday night to Christ Church, 14-11.
Peyton Lambrecht and Mark Blasko had outstanding games for the Warriors but it was not enough to overcome the strong play of the Cavaliers' Chase Poplin who scored eight goals.
The Riverside Warriors beat J.L. Mann, 14-13, Thursday night in a lacrosse match at the Reservation.
Jordan Adams scored the game-winning goal with 1:24 remaining.