Greer should be a group to kick in a Peach Blossom AAA Region, generally with Greenville carrying changed adult to Class AAAA.
However, Emerald has changed into a segment and should turn an evident contender, that creates Greer’s diversion tonight during Emerald one of a bigger ones on a schedule.
But as segment play starts for countless teams opposite a state, it’s never correct to disremember Blue Ridge, that has managed to acquire a share of a Peach Blossom championship any of a past dual years.
The Tigers (2-1) will start their query to stay during a tip when they transport to Eastside (1-2) tonight.
“We graduated 23 guys final year,” Blue Ridge manager Shane Clark said, “but a lot of these guys were means to get experience, so hopefully they’ll use that to their ability and benefit a small certainty from what they’ve been means to do with us a final integrate years.”
What they do is find a way.
“The infancy of a time we’re out-sized,” pronounced Dillon Bull, a Tigers’ 5-foot-8, 215-pound comparison center, “but if you’re out-sized, make adult for it with your heart.”
Two years ago, underneath Wade Cooper, Blue Ridge fought for a 14-7 win during Greenville, that led to a three-way tie between those dual and Greer for a segment title.
Last year, Clark’s initial as a Tigers’ coach, Blue Ridge dumbfounded Greer 10-9 in Week 10, and a same 3 teams wound adult pity a championship.
This year, a Tigers won their initial dual games, with late interceptions preserving a victories.
Evan Coffin picked off a two-point acclimatisation pass in overtime in Blue Ridge’s 34-33 win over Wade Hampton. Eric Diaz’s 69-yard interception lapse for a touchdown hermetic a Tigers’ 29-15 win over J.L. Mann.
Last Friday, Stephens County (Ga.) — a third uninterrupted Class AAAA competition — kick Blue Ridge 28-0.
Comparisons never tell a whole story, though like Blue Ridge, Eastside has a slight feat over Wade Hampton. The Eagles built a 23-12 lead and hold on for a 23-20 win.
“They’re doing some things really sound,” Clark said. “Coach (Jeff) Thomason’s got them headed in a right direction, and it’s going to be a tough plea for us.”
• When Greer (3-0, No. 6 in Class AAA) plays during Emerald (2-1), it will be a rematch of final year’s first-round playoff diversion won by Greer, 34-30.
Despite a detriment of Quez Nesbitt to graduation, a Yellow Jackets are averaging 244 yards rushing per game.
• Western AAA Region play also kicks off, with No. 3 Wren (3-0) personification during Pickens (0-3), No. 4 Daniel (3-0) hosting West-Oak (2-1) and No. 8 Seneca hosting Walhalla.
Belton-Honea Path (2-1), that hosts Palmetto (2-1), also was ranked earlier, illustrating a strength of a region.