LeBrian Shiflet and Dre Terry, the top two scorers on the Greer boys basketball team this season, have been named to the All-Region III-3A team.
Shiflet was named to the Class 3A All-State team last week. Shiflet averaged 27 points per game and Terry 14 to provide Greer a 1-2 scoring punch throughout the season.
Greer High School junior LaBrian Shiflet was named to the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association All-State team today. Shiflet was Greer's leading scorer averaging about 27 points a game. He was the team's leading scorer in all but one game this season.
Greer was eliminated from the playoffs Tuesday night at Fort Mill.
The Greer boys basketball team was bounced from the Class 3A state playoffs in the first round tonight, 69-49, at Fort Mill. It was a battle of No. 2 seed Fort Mill vs. No. 3 seed Greer.
The difference in the game proved to be Fort Mill's 26-7 fourth quarter scoring advantage. Greer managed three field goals.
There are three suggestions 2011 Miss Greater Greer Laci Olson has for the 2012 queen.
"Always wear high heels.
Greer’s boys basketball team will begin play in the State 3A playoffs just as coach Jeff Neely wanted, coming off a small, but nonetheless, a two-game winning streak.
The Yellow Jackets, the No. 3 seed in Region III will play at Fort Mill Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Greer is 14-11 and Fort Mill, the No. 2 seed in Region IV is 16-7.
Five candidates will compete for the 2012 Miss Greater Greer title and six will vie for Miss Greater Greer Teen Saturday night at Greer High School, pageant officials have announced. The pageant begins at 7:30 p.m.
2011 queens Laci Olson, Miss Greater Greer, and Abby Riggs, Miss Greater Greer Teen, will end their tenure Saturday night.
The Greer High School Boys and Girls track and field teams will host a Pancake Breakfast at Fatz Café, 1361 W. Wade Hampton Blvd. #A, in Greer on Feb. 18 from 7:30-10 a.m.
Tickets are $7, and must be purchased in advance.
LaBrian Shiflet and Dre Terry combined for 58 points to lead the Greer Yellow Jackets to a 74-62 non-region victory over Spartanburg Christian Academy tonight.
Greer plays its final regular season game Thursday at Blue Ridge. A win secures the No. 3 Region III-3A seed and will send the Yellow Jackets on the road for a first round state playoff game next Tuesday.
Seniors Jessica Gay, B.B. Lowery and Alexis Miller were girls just wanting to have fun tonight in their final home basketball game at Greer High School. Greer beat Spartanburg Christian Academy 46-31.
"We just wanted to go out on a good note. This was the last time we would be playing together and it was good that we won," Gay said.
Furman University got itself a quarterback all tied up in a neat 6-foot-3, 200-pound package today when Greer High School’s Reese Hannon, a finalist for Mr. Football, signed his letter-of-intent to play for the Paladins.
Hannon committed to Furman midway in his senior season and never wavered. That was evident when his mother, Linda, gave him a 4-foot purple Christmas tree adorned with purple and white balls. “I had a Furman helmet on top of the tree,” Hannon said with a wide grin.
Davaris Burton scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to lead Clinton’s 34-point explosion as the Greer Yellow Jackets lost a Region III-3A game, 84-72, to the Red Devils tonight.
Greer was ahead by one point after three quarters (51-50) while Burton sat it out with four fouls. “We didn’t have an answer for (Burton) tonight. He’s a good player,” Greer coach Jeff Neely said. “I thought we would have done a better job on 33 (Burton).”