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Greer High School hosts homecoming Friday night at Dooley Field. Selection of the homecoming queen will be announced at halftime of the Travelers Rest versus Greer football game. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.
The GHS homecoming court:
Adrian McGee scored three rushing touchdowns and Dorian Lindsey scored two – one on the ground and another on a pass reception – as Greer had an easy go of it Friday in a 56-6 win over Travelers Rest at Dooley Field.
Golfers are invited to participate in the 10th Annual Cops for Tots Charity Golf tournament scheduled Thursday, Oct. 23 at Greer Country Club.
The Greer Police Department annually sponsors the tournament, its major fundraiser, to purchase gifts for under privileged children in need in the greater Greer area. The GPD invites families to submit applications for the Cops for Tots program based on family income. More than 300 families are helped annually.
Greer overwhelmed rival Blue Ridge in a Region II-AAA volleyball match Tuesday night. The Yellow Jackets won, 3-1, by scores of 25-12, 25-12, 21-25, 25-13.
Greer is 8-2 overall and 7-1 in the region.
Greer doesn’t appear to be doing as good a job impressing observers as the Yellow Jackets are in beating their opponents.
Despite dominating Emerald last week in a 28-13 victory, Greer remains No. 6 for the second week in a row in the South Carolina Media Poll. Participating voters are from daily media.
Blue Ridge edged Greer 4-3 Monday in a Region II-AAA tennis match at Blue Ridge High School.
Greer’s defense had one of its most dominating games against a team mentioned as a region contender and who earned votes in this week’s S.C. High School Media Poll. Greer beat Emerald, 28-13.
Here’s how thorough Greer shut down Emerald on offense:
GREER AT EMERALD
At Greenwood, 7:30 p.m.
Greer's volleyball team continues to roll through its Region II-AAA schedule adding Southside as its latest victim Thursday night.
A steady stream of Greer playmakers overwhelmed Southside in straight sets 25-8, 25-8 and 25-5. The win gives Greer a 5-1 region record and 7-2 overall.
Greer inched up one spot to No. 6 in the South Carolina Media Poll rankings this week.
The Yellow Jackets’ three-game win streak to begin the season is the most since 1995.
Greer beat Southside in a Region II-AAA girls tennis match Wednesday, 4-3.
Kylie Sandusky won her No. 1 singles match to up her record to 6-1. However Sandusky, teaming with Taylor, fell in the double match. It was Greer's second region win in five matches.
Greer's volleyball team is showing no love for Chapman.
Last weekend the Yellow Jackets won the Chapman Tournament Championship going unbeaten. Tuesday night Greer beat Chapman again in a Region II AAA match, 25-11, 25-10, 23-25, 25-18.
Kylie Sandusky continued her outstanding season with a win at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles Monday. Sandusky, a senior, is 5-1 in singles play.
Chapman edged Greer, 4-3, in the Region II AAA contest.
The Greer varsity volleyball team, coached by Traci Farrington, won the Chapman Tournament Saturday and sweeping pool play, 3-0.
Greer beat Buford 28-26, 25-16 for the Gold Division championship. The Yellow Jackets advanced by beating Crescent in the semifinals.
Greer quarterback Mario Cusano scrambled free on the game’s final play and lofted a 28-yard scoring strike to an open Zach Glidden along the sidelines for a 28-22 non-region victory at Union County Stadium Friday night.
The No. 7 ranked Greer Yellow Jackets won their first three games of the season for the first time since 1995. It also gave Greer a 22-22 tie in the Jacket Bowl, designated by the teams, both nicknamed Yellow Jackets.
GREER AT UNION COUNTY
Friday: 7:30 p.m. at Union County Stadium
Greer won its first region tennis match of the season Wednesday by defeating Berea, 6-1.
Kylie Sandusky, at No. 1 singles, continued her unbeaten run this season with a 6-0, 6-0, victory. That followed Sandusky’s Monday straight set (6-1, 6-1) victory at Eastside.
D’Anta Fleming’s 16-yard run highlighted a drive that led to Limestone College’s first points scored at its first football game played Saturday.
Fleming, a redshirt-freshman, who played for Greer High School, executed an end around to set up Jonathan Ray’s 33-yard field goal with 7:32 remaining in the third quarter.