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Ponder wins talent, Doss and Bates tie for evening gown at Miss Greer High pageant
JAN 31, 2014

Sara Ashleigh Ponder performs a dance in the Miss Greer High School pageant Friday. Ponder won the talent portion of the pageant.

Sara Ashleigh Ponder, Brittany Doss and Madison Bates won preliminaries Friday night in the Miss Greer High School pageant.

Ponder, performing a dance, won talent and Doss and Bates tied in the evening gown competition.

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Hash earns All-Academic honor for second straight year
JAN 30, 2014

Chandler Hash, senior guard for Anderson University, has been named to the Academic All-District III men’s basketball first team for NCAA Division II for the second consecutive year. Hash graduated Greer High School.

Chandler Hash, senior guard for Anderson University, has been named to the Academic All-District III men’s basketball first team for NCAA Division II for the second consecutive year. The College Sports Information Directors of America, who vote for the award, made the announcement Thursday.

Hash has a 3.51 grade point average while majoring in nursing.

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High school pageant rescheduled for Friday and Saturday
JAN 30, 2014

The Miss Greer High School pageant preliminaries scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed and will be held on consecutive days, Friday and Saturday.

Pageant preliminaries are Friday at 7 p.m. and finals Saturday at 6 p.m.

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Education Foundation presents $16,550 to 15 school, community projects
JAN 21, 2014

The Greater Greer Education Foundation presented $16,550 inj grant money to 15 school and community projects Thursday. Award winners present are left to right: Jamie Garrett, Sara Arndt, Andrea Moore, Lisa Hall, Jenny Hunter, Kim Derring, Tonya Williams, Diane Jackson, Susan Ward, Karen Cummings, Alicia Keller and Jane Mills.

The Greater Greer Education Foundation presented  $16,550 in grant money to 15 school and community projects in Greenville and Spartanburg counties at a news conference Tuesday at Greer City Hall.

The grants, made possible by funds from the October 2013 Education Gala, ranged from $400 to $1,500.

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Caroline Neely is 2014 Miss Le Flambeau
JAN 19, 2014

Caroline Neely was voted 2014 Miss Le Flambeau at Greer High School Saturday. Left is Brooke Swofford and right is Takeyra Jenkins-Dodd.

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Blue Ridge sweeps Greer in basketball
JAN 18, 2014

• Boys and girls photo gallery

The Blue Ridge High School boys and girls basketball teams swept rival Greer in Region II class AAA games Thursday night.

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Students selected for Discovery Flight program to learn about aviation
JAN 16, 2014

Thirty-four students interested in a career in aviation have been selected to participate in a program that includes 45 minutes of ground instruction and a 45-minute flight.

Discovery Flight is a program that targets students who are interested in a career in aviation and would like to find out more about the requirements. The aviation industry forecasts a need for pilots and aircraft mechanics in the future as many veteran pilots are scheduled to retire.

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Greer Oldies gathering next week is prelude to annual reunion
JAN 14, 2014

Storytelling will on the menu at Stomping Grounds next Saturday (Jan. 20) when the Greer High Oldies gather at 7 p.m.

The Greer Oldies 2014 reunion has scheduled a three-day extravaganza next week. It is a prelude to the annual oldies gathering in May.

Thursday, Jan. 23: “Give a Shuck” fundraiser at Great Bay Oyster House, 7 p.m. Shuckers donate tips and 10 percent of total food sales go Greer Relief. Marney Hannon, Jerry Brown, Carl Howell, Gundy Stewart and Buddy Bowman are scheduled shuckers. Alan Cole is the emcee.

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Arrowood, Roberson give Greer solid footing in future of kicking game
JAN 9, 2014

Jake Arrowood punted for a 38.7 yards per kick average with 10 downed inside the 10. His longest was 60 yards.

The kicking game at Greer High School appears to be promising the next two years. Sophomores Jake Arrowood and Nick Roberson were named to the second team all-area Spartanburg Herald-Journal team.

Quez Nesbitt was first team all-area at running back and Malek Johnson first-team all-defense. Offensive linemen Roland Nall and Garrett Poole made the all-academic team.

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