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  • Tue, Jan 31
    Greer
    65
    FINAL
    Wade Hampton
    74
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Gaffney
    41
    FINAL
    Spartanburg
    47
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Boiling Springs
    43
    FINAL
    Byrnes
    76
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Mauldin
    55
    FINAL
    Dorman
    84
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Broome
    52
    FINAL
    Union
    60
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Travelers Rest
    68
    FINAL
    Chapman
    43
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Landrum
    71
    FINAL
    Blacksburg
    58
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Chesnee
    47
    FINAL
    Greer MC
    68
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Clinton
    70
    FINAL
    Woodruff
    59
  • Wed, Feb 01
    Spartanburg
    7:30 pm
    South Pointe
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Byrnes
    7:30 pm
    Dorman
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Boiling Springs
    7:30 pm
    Gaffney
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Eastside
    7:30 pm
    Greer
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Brashier MC
    7:30 pm
    Woodruff
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Carolina Acad
    7:30 pm
    Broome
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Chapman
    7:30 pm
    Blue Ridge
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Emerald
    7:30 pm
    Union
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Greenville Tech Charter
    7:30 pm
    Landrum
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Liberty
    7:30 pm
    Chesnee

Boiling Springs

Week 3 4A/5A Preview

Spartanburg (1-2) at Grayson (GA) (3-0)
 
Last week Spartanburg jumped out to an early lead on Broome, and pulled away for a 34-3 win, their first of the season. This week they go back down I-85 to Georgia for the second time this season, to face one of the best teams in the Southeast, the Grayson Rams. The Vikings brutal non-region schedule continues with a Grayson team loaded with Division 1 talent. The Vikings got on the right track last Friday, but I think it will be tough to do against the stacked Rams. I think this game is close into the second half, but in the end the Rams talent will prove to be too much.
Hillcrest (3-0) at Boiling Springs (1-2)
 
The Bulldogs got their first win under new head coach Matt Reel last week with a 28-27 win over Chapman last Friday. This week will be a tough test for them as they host a Hillcrest team that comes in undefeated and has won their first three games by an average of almost 30 points. Boiling Springs got their offense rolling last week but I don’t think they will be able to keep up with Hillcrest for four quarters. The Rams should pull away in the second half and move to 4-0.
Mallard Creek (1-2) at Gaffney (1-1)
 
The Indians got on the right track last week with a 14-7 win over Hammond. Gaffney’s defense was outstanding, but there are still questions about the offense. Quarterback Grayson Loftis will look to get that side of the ball fixed this Friday, but they face a defense that allowed just 16 points to South Pointe last week. I think this will be tight until the end and will most likely be a low scoring ballgame. Look for the Indians to make enough plays on offense down the stretch to pull out a close victory.
Greer (1-2) at Byrnes (3-0)
 
Both of these teams are coming off of impressive wins. Greer blew out Blue Ridge 56-20 while Byrnes continued their early season dominance with a 56-28 win over Greenville. Byrnes has been unstoppable on offense so far this year averaging 57.3 points through their first three games. Greer got on the right track last week, but the defense showed some holes in their first two games, both losses. I think Byrnes jumps out early and forces Greer to play from behind. This will make the Yellow Jackets throw the ball more than they would like and Byrnes defensive line will be able to get enough pressure to cause problems. Byrnes should stay unbeaten with another big win.

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