Trey Elder resigned as head coach last week after four years at the helm.

The head football coach position at Woodruff High School is moving rapidly.

Woodruff Athletic Director Mike Morris said Monday that the school had seen a good response to the job opening, and candidates are already being interviewed.

"There's been a tremendous response," he said. "We've had around 75 applications, and we've started the interview process. There are some really good candidates."

Trey Elder resigned as head coach last week after four years at the helm of the program. Elder is the new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at North Greenville University. He was the school's fifth head football coach since the end of the legendary W.L. Varner's tenure in 1996. Elder compiled a 28-19 record, going 10-2 in each of his first two seasons and winning a region title in 2015.

Morris said the school hopes to have a coach in place before Spring Break, which begins March 30.

CLEMSON: Junior Grayson Byrd hit his second, third and fourth career home runs in the No. 2 baseball team's 5-0 win over Charleston Southern at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Tuesday night. The Tigers, who won their eighth game in a row and recorded their first shutout of the season, improved to 16-1, while the Buccaneers fell to 6-12.

• Men’s basketball redshirt-junior guard Marcquise Reed was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District II second team.

• Freshman Turk Pettit fired a career-best 65 (6 under) on Tuesday to lead the golf team to a second-place finish out of 14 teams at the Bandon Dunes Championship in Oregon. The Tigers finished with a score of 837 (15 under), tying for the team’s season-low.

SOUTH CAROLINA: The women's tennis team (12-3, 4-0 SEC) moved up one spot to a season-high No. 10 in the latest national rankings from Oracle and the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. The top-10 ranking is the first for the Gamecocks since they were ranked at No. 10 on April 5, 2016.

LIMESTONE: Senior guard Keidra Smith was named to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association (D2CCA) Women's Basketball All-Southeast Region Team. Smith, a three-time Conference Carolinas Player of the Week selection during her senior campaign, represented the Saints with second-team honors after ranking in the national top-10 with 17 double-doubles.

• Fresh off a top-25 road win, the men's lacrosse team improved three spots to No. 11 in the latest USILA Division II Coaches' Poll.

• Competing on the final day of the First Federal Southeastern Collegiate, senior Will Woodard carded a 71 (1 under) in the third round as both he and the nationally ninth-ranked men's golf team surged into the top-10 with a ninth-place finish.

WOFFORD: The men's golf team finished in 11th place at the Southern Intercollegiate. The one-day, 36 hole tournament, held at the par 72 Athens Country Club, included 18 teams. Wofford shot 303 in the first round while shooting 307 in Round 2 to finish with a total score of 610 (34 over).

USC UPSTATE: Jordan Warnock recorded rounds of 75 and 73 for a combined score of 148 to lead the men’s golf team on Monday with a top-25 performance as the Spartans competed at the Southern Intercollegiate. USC Upstate had rounds of 311 and 303 to finish in a tie for 12th place with Western Carolina at 614.

GOLF: Greer native Doug Ramey was able to claim top honors at the SCGA 40+ Series event contested at The River Golf Club in North Augusta. Ramey battled rain, wind, and cold temperatures to fire an even-par round of 71 to claim a five-shot victory.