The North Greenville baseball team clinched the Conference Carolinas regular season championship by topping Mount Olive 9-6 last week. After trailing 2-1, the Crusaders went on to score seven unanswered runs and was able to hang on to win. John Michael Faile collected three hits while Matthew Dailey earned the win.
By Reid Spencer
Saturday night’s victory in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway was a first for Martin Truex Jr.—and more of the same for Joe Gibbs Racing.
RHS graduate honored as Sports Scholar
Riverside High alum Larissa Heslop was recently named the 2019 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar of the year for women's soccer.
The Warrior baseball team was at a crossroads when they were swept by Dorman in late March.
Losing three games in one week, Riverside dropped a 5-3 decision and got blanked 13-0 by the Cavaliers.
Improving to 16-2 overall and 8-1 in the region, the Byrnes softball team put together a couple of dominant performances last week, topping Gaffney, 21-0 and Mauldin, 14-3.
It was deja vu for Jorge Santos’ Yellow Jackets.
Tied with one of the region’s toughest teams, the Greer boys soccer team went to penalty kicks with Berea last Thursday night.
Brad Robbins and Malcolm Dixon have joined the North Greenville coaching staff.
Robbins will serve as the program’s offensive coordinator while Dixon has signed on as offensive assistant.
RHS athletes compete in Hockey Nationals
Riverside High students Brendan Moore, Nick Lenz, and Josh Frattolin competed in the USA Hockey High School Nationals (combined schools division) with the Greater Greenville Varsity High School Hockey Team in Cleveland, Ohio, recently.
By Kenny Bruce
Kyle Busch wasn’t the only driver to overcome adversity during Sunday’s running of the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
But he was the only one to end up in victory lane.
By Kenny Bruce
Christopher Bell overtook Brandon Jones with less than 20 laps remaining to capture Saturday’s Alsco 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race and pocketed a $100,000 bonus for his efforts.