In a game where both Eastside and Salem both had tons to play for as far as postseason seeding goes, Eastside looked like the hungrier team from the beginning, and carried that hunger out for a full four quarters as the Eagles easily defeated Salem 49-14, setting up a Region 4-AAAA clash for second place next Friday against North Clayton.
Troy Hoff has spent 12 years with the Eastside High football program. During that time he's served as an assistant coach, and is now in his second season at the helm after taking over for Rick Hurst who brought the program to prominence.
A rough start for Eastside's ace pitcher Laura Beshears didn't get much easier, as the Eagles saw their season come to an end Wednesday night, thanks to a pair of losses to Oconee County in the second round of the Class AAAA state tournament.
The Eastside High School volleyball team suffered a devastating loss at home in the Class AAAA state playoffs Thursday night. Despite a valiant effort, the Eagles fell 3-2 to the visiting West Hall Spartans.
In the words of head coach Maggie Johnston, the Eastside softball team is "one step closer" to the state championships after a 2-0 (25-10, 25-10) win over the Salem Seminoles during their area tournament at home.
The Eastside Eagles (4-1-1, 2-0 region 4 AAAA) could not have had a better night for their 2016 Homecoming game. The seniors for the Eagles seemed to show up all night with big plays. They took on, and took it to the Druid Hills Red Devils (2-4, 0-2 region 4 AAAA) in what seemed to be a long night for the visiting team.
The Eastside High School softball team continued its region dominance with a shutout four-inning win against Luella Tuesday. Due to the high school mercy rule, the Eagles grabbed the win after going up 12-0 early.