Rebel quarterback BJ Peake tossed three touchdown passes Friday against the Trojans.

Rebels relying on speed and skill

The Rebels’ strength in 2018 will come from their speed.

Through two games, Byrnes has utilized a quick defense and superior depth to earn wins over talented Greer and Northwestern squads.

Senior wide out Ben Henson said his three-touchdown performance Friday night is just the beginning, however.

Marshall Skoloff threw five touchdown passes against cross-town rival Riverside.

Eastside making strides early

Eastside has carried over its success from 2017, earning back-to-back wins to start the season.

But the work is far from over.

“We have to work harder,” Quarterback Marshall Skoloff said. “We’re not even close to where some of these other teams are, so we have to stay with it.”

Rebels travel to NJ

The Rebels will make a trip to New Jersey in Week 2, as they get set to take on Don Bosco in part two of a home-and-home series.

Byrnes won the matchup last year, 24-21, but head coach Reggie Shaw knows his team will have its work cut out for them this time.

Honoring the fallen

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The Greer Police Department held its annual softball tournament to raise money for the families of fallen officers Saturday at Century Park. Teams made up of police departments from across the state were in attendance. Pictured up top: Kennedy Rebman throws out the first pitch. Pictured right: the family of trooper Daniel Keith Rebman Jr.


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