The past three weeks haven’t exactly gone Emerald’s way.
It’s been no secret the 2021 schedule was going to test the Greenwood Eagles and, according to coach Chris Liner, that was by design.
On Tuesday, 17 teams traveled from their respective campuses to The Links at Stoney Point to participate in the Greenwood Eagle Invitational. Gilbert High School finished first with a team score of 315 points, while Chesnee’s Sydney Roberts was one of three players to finish under par, finis…
In a world where football players are inclined to transfer schools rather than bide their time, Greenwood quarterback Daylan Rappley used his time as the Eagles 2020 backup quarterback to fine tune his skills.
For the first time this season, the Greenwood Touchdown Club invited players and their family to a meeting, where four Lakelands football players were given Player of the Week honors.
Just as it did in its first game of the season, Erskine (0-2) struggled to make the timely plays on Saturday, losing its second game of the season 38-25 to Barton.
In 2006, Juan Adriatico turned down a chance to play professional baseball and decided to go into the United States Army, where he served as an Army Chaplain and served two tours in Iraq.
SENECA — For the third consecutive week, Emerald football ran into a team that can put points on the board. While the Vikings held their own at times, a lack of consistent execution led to the Vikings’ 54-22 loss to Seneca on Friday, extending their losing streak to three.
Dixie left the locker room at halftime trailing West Oak by six points. Like they had for most of the year, the Hornets were struggling to get their offense going, but found their stride during the second half, outscoring West Oak by 30 points, which led to a 40-16 win.
Late in the second half against Catawba College, Erskine football had a chance to win the program’s second game since being revived for the 2020-21 football season.
After the team showed flashes of its potential in back-to-back losses, it all came together for Greenwood Christian as it cruised to a 48-0 victory against Spartanburg Christian last week.
Since opening its season with a resounding 48 points, Emerald football has struggled to consistently find the end zone, scoring just 14 points in the past two weeks.
Greenwood native Josh Norman has signed a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers, the team announced on Monday. Norman, who graduated from Greenwood High School in 2007, will suit up for his fourth NFL team in his ninth season in the league.
A trio of Lakelands teams, Greenwood, Abbeville and Saluda, were all ranked in the top 10 of the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll this week.