Hobbled Wave take loss at Greenville

By Eugene Jolley
Courier Sports

GREENVILLE — An injured and battered Easley Green Wave football team had the task of stopping the high-octane offense of ninth-ranked Greenville Friday night at Sirrine Stadium.

Easley’s defense played well for the most part, but the injury-plagued offense struggled in a 32-0 loss.

Playing a third consecutive game without quarterback Weston Black, Easley got receiver-slash-quarterback Isaiah Ferguson back for some of the game. But the Green Wave’s best offensive lineman, senior T.J. Solis, is out for at least a few weeks, if not for the season, with a leg injury.

More injuries happened Friday night, which makes next week’s region opener at undefeated T.L. Hanna even tougher. Lineman Chop Collins came out of the game, along with defensive lineman Mauricio Holcombe. Others are banged up and sore.

“Give them full credit for winning the game,” Easley coach John Windham said of the Red Raiders. “They’ve got a good team. I was proud of the way some guys stepped up. We’ve got to get

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