Pickens drops home heartbreaker to Easley to open region play

By Eugene Jolley
Courier Sports

PICKENS — This one had to hurt, as rivalry games tend to do.

Pickens let a 14-point fourth-quarter lead get away Thursday night in falling to archrival Easley, 35-28.

The game was played one day earlier due to threatening conditions from Hurricane Ian. It was the first time in four years that the game had been played at Pickens, with last season’s game played at

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