Boiling Springs bounces back with win over Greer; Eagles fall to Wolverines
What. A. Week.
Friday was a huge night for football across the area, and our friends at the Boiling Springs Sports Journal were on hand to help us take a look at some of the top matchups. Visit the embedded links for full stories from Justin Mathis, James McBee, and Andrew Eison.
At Wilder Stadium, Clinton hosted Chapman in a battle of Top-Ten 3A teams who have become very familiar with each other, playing five times in the past four seasons. Coleman Gray turned in a huge rushing night at QB, Shawn Cunningham made a ton of electrifying plays, and the Panthers turned away a two-point conversion with no time on the clock to take the win.
In Boiling Springs, the Bulldogs bounced back from last week’s loss to Hillcrest with a big win over Greer. Boiling Springs offense had three players combine to rush for nearly 250 yards, while the Bulldogs’ defense locked down and limited the Yellow Jackets to just two scores in a 31-14 win.