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Twice as Nice: XC Qualifies for State

Emerald XC competed at the AAA Upper State Qualifier earlier this morning at Southside High School. The girls finished 6th out of 14 schools and punched their tickets for the AAA State Finals next weekend. Zoe Vickery – 21:19 Campbell Vickery – 22:22 Cierra Friez – 23:51 Jo Beth Darby – 24:05 Annika Patterson –

Support the Softball Team

Get your team gear at the Emerald Softball Team Shop. Go to My Team Shop by November 15th and support the softball team. GO VIKINGS! Emerald Softball Shop

Boys Tennis Interest Meeting

If you are interested in playing for the Boys Tennis Team for the spring 2019 season please come to the interest meeting Thursday, November 1 in the old gym directly after school! Contact Mollie Polk for further questions at

Zack Amerson Named ROMAC Player of the Week

Congratulations to Zack Amerson, #23! He is the Player of the Week against Clinton and will receive a Chili’s Big Hit Gift Certificate! Way to go, Zack! Come out and support the Vikings Thursday night, October 25th, at 7:00 PM against Union.

Important Game Changes for October 24-26

The Emerald JV football game has been moved to Wednesday, October 24th, at 6pm @ Union. The Emerald Varsity Football game has been moved to Thursday, October 25th, at 7pm at home vs Union. Senior Night and PINK OUT will still be held as usual but on Thursday due to the expected inclement weather for

Deal Selected to Play in Shrine Bowl

A big congratulations to Luke Deal, who was selected to play in the 2018 Shrine Bowl game! Luke was chosen by the South Carolina Shrine Bowl coaching staff to play the tight end position in the 82nd Annual North Carolina vs. South Carolina matchup. The Shrine Bowl game is set for December 15th at Wofford

Jamil Martin- Player of the Week!

Congratulations to #2, Jamil Martin, for being chosen as ROMAC Player of the Week against Woodruff. He will receive a Chili’s Big Hit gift certificate.GO VIKINGS!

Region Champs: Girls Cross Country

Emerald Cross Country competed at the Region 3-AAA Championships yesterday at Clinton High School. The girls won the meet by a narrow margin of 34-36 over Woodruff. The girls team placed 4 runners in the top 5: Zoe Vickery (2nd) Campbell Vickery (3rd) Jo Beth Darby (4th) Cierra Friez (5th) Brianna Martin (28th) rounded out