Eastside junior Clay Walker won his third consecutive state championship and his teammates won three more titles, two seconds and one third place last weekend at Anderson.
Blue Ridge’s Jordan Ludd earned a second place finish when he lost in the championship match.
Lower Richland defeated Greer, 76-69, Tuesday night in the first round of the boys Class 3A state basketball tournament.
Lower Richland will play Chester Friday night in the second round of the playoffs. Chester beat Emerald, 67-59.
Tymeco Gregory gave testimony to Greer High School football players Monday night that academics and athletics can be balanced successfully at any level of education. Gregory is a former Greer High School all-state selection.
Gregory, a junior at Wofford College, a standout offensive lineman and All-Academic Southern Conference selection, was the speaker at the football awards ceremony. “I wanted to go to college and make an impact,” Gregory said. “I wanted to make good grades, play football and have good character.”
The Greer and Eastside boys and Blue Ridge girls begin play in the first-round of the state Class 3A state basketball playoffs next week. See the South Carolina High School League boys and girls brackets here.
The 2012 Greer High School Football Awards event is Monday at 7 p.m. at the school’s auditorium. The public is invited free.
Greer Head Football Coach Will Young and his staff will present awards to the 2012 football team that advanced to the second round of the state 3A playoffs.
Alex Waters and D’Anta Fleming, two outstanding offensive players for Greer High School, have signed grants-in-aid to play football at two in-state schools.
The annual Media Women of South Carolina has set its published and contest deadlines.
High School students (male and female) in public, private, and home schools may enter work published in print or digitally for school or community newspapers (print or digital), online or broadcast news, and yearbooks.
Greer’s perfect season came to a halt today when Bryson pulled out a 49-40 win in the Greenville County Middle School Boys Championship basketball game at Wade Hampton High School.
It was a battle of unbeatens with Greer, 17-0, and Bryson, 14-0, squaring off for the first time this season.