The Greer Police Department has issued a warning that spectators with masks or Halloween-type bags will be prohibited to Dooley Field for Friday night’s 7:30 game pitting rivals Blue Ridge and Greer.
“It’s already a big rivalry and Halloween makes it all the more challenging,” said Sgt. Chad Richardson. “We will be watching closely as fans enter and during the game for violations.”
Coaches and the selection committee for the North-South all-star game gave a double thumbs down to Greer area football players.
Unbeaten and No. 4-ranked Greer High School may have received the ultimate snub as seniors on the top-ranked defense were left off the team scheduled Dec. 13 in Myrtle Beach.
Greer’s stellar volleyball season came to a halt Tuesday in the second round of the state 3A playoffs.
Pickens defeated Greer 25-13, 25-15, 25-21. Greer finished its season with a 16-6 record and was second in Region II a 12-3.
With usually sure-tackling Southside defense stubbornly resisting Greer's running game, the Yellow Jackets turned to their X-Man.
Senior wide receiver Xavier Wright, the smallest of Greer's wide outs listed at 5-foot-5, 141 pounds, came up big in the Yellow Jackets 35-0 victory Friday night at Southside.
Limestone College (2-6) was overpowered by Pioneer League frontrunner and FCS power Jacksonville University (7-1) in a 61-10 loss on Saturday at Gaffney High School.
Jonathan Clark (Kings Mountain, N.C.) went 14-of-21 with 173 yards and a touchdown while redshirt-freshman D’Anta Fleming (Greer) hauled in three catches for 59 yards and a TD.
Greer wrapped up the Region II-3A championship Friday night with its 35-0 victory at Southside.
Emerald is one game behind Greer but the Yellow Jackets hold the tiebreaker with its defeat at Emerald.
The Blue Ridge Corps of Cadets and Greer G Force marching bands will compete Saturday in the state championship Class 3A competition at Batesburg-Leesville High School.
Blue Ridge won the Upper State championship last week and Greer finished fifth.
Business leaders, attorneys, a municipal judge, a city councilman and others joined host, the Greer Police Department, in the Cops for Tots Charity Golf tournament Thursday.
The tournament at the Greer Country Club is the main fundraiser for the GPD. Proceeds are used to purchase gifts for under privileged children in need in the greater Greer area.
Greer won its first round state volleyball playoff match Thursday, ousting Broome 25-11, 25-14, 25-15.
The Yellow Jackets advance to the second round next Tuesday at 6 p.m. versus the winner of the Chapin-Pickens match at a site to be determined.
The last point of a tennis match, figures Kylie Sandusky, belongs to her.
Limestone College’s D’Anta Fleming (Greer High School) caught a third-quarter touchdown pass but the Saints fell short of Fort Valley State, 24-19, Saturday.
It was Limestone’s first game outside South Carolina. The Saints fell to 2-5 while Fort Valley State is 5-2.
The Greer High School Athletic Hall of Fame inducted the class of 2014 during a ceremony Friday night before the Yellow Jackets' game against Chapman at Dooley Field.
This year's Hall of Fame class included:
Seemingly every season, Greer football has its go-to guy -- players with big-play abilities and, regardless of stature, shoulders big enough to carry a team.
Greer plays Chapman Friday night and will try to continue its unbeaten streak with an 8th straight victory. The game is at Dooley Field and begins at 7:30 p.m.
Emerald beat Chapman, 55-22, last week for the Panthers only region defeat. Greer beat Emerald 28-13 in Week 4.
Greer's volleyball team wrapped up second place in Region II-3A Wednesday with a victory at Blue Ridge High School.
Greer’s volleyball team had a bittersweet night Tuesday.
Greer moved up to No. 4 in the Class 3A football poll conducted by the South Carolina Prep Media Association.
The Yellow Jackets, unbeaten after seven games, play Chapman at Dooley Field Friday night at 7:30.
• Greer's match was postponed due to all day rain. It is scheduled Friday with Kyle Sandusky scheduled to be honored at 3 p.m.
Greer defeated Southside, 7-0, Monday in a Region II-AAA girls tennis match Monday.
D'Anta Fleming scored a touchdown and hauled in five passes as Limestone College defeated Paine College, 47-30, Saturday afternoon at Gaffney.
Limestone is 2-4 in its inaugural year of playing football. Paine College is 0-6.