Noah Hannon of Greer High School was selected Lineman of the Year from the Palmetto Champions All-Star Football Team by the South Carolina Football Coaches Association.
Irmo beat Greer 66-47 in a boys basketball game in a second round game at the Impact Invitational played at Spartanburg Christian Academy Tuesday.
Andy Bryson was the lone Greer player in double figures with 10 points. All of Bryson’s field goals were from the three-point range.
Greer beat Boiling Springs, 72-60, in the first round boys Impact Invitational at Spartanburg Christian Academy Monday.
Greer had a trio of high performance scorers. Magic Moody scored a game-high 24 points, Sam Gravely added 20 and Andy Bryson added 18 for the Yellow Jackets.
The Greer Yellow Jackets game report is by Alex Love with film added by Gemma Miller.
North Augusta beat Greer 52-34 to end the Yellow Jackets playoffs after one game. North Augusta travels to Belton-Honea Path for a second round game next Friday.
The wrong Yellow Jackets football team lost at Dooley Field Friday night.
North Augusta eliminated Greer from the Class AAAA state football playoffs, 52-34. Both teams are named Yellow Jackets.
North Augusta all but decided the outcome when it scored 21 points in less than 2:30 in the third quarter. That broke a 21-21 halftime tie and moved North Augusta to a 42-21 lead.
• The Football Journey of Noah Hannon, a documentary
The awards keep rolling in for Greer standout senior offensive lineman Noah Hannon.
The Football Journey of Noah Hannon is much more than his towering football achievements playing for Greer High School at legendary Dooley Field.
Hannon’s career on and off the field is an exceptional example of student and athlete excelling at the top of their game.
Noah Hannon epitomizes what it means to be a favorite son of the City of Greer.
Greer High School senior Diamon Shiflet signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at the University of South Carolina Upstate Thursday in the school’s Media Center.
“When I visited (USC Upstate), it felt like home,” Shiflet said. “I prayed a lot about it, and I got the answer.”
Three Greer High School girls tennis players made the All-Region II, AAAA team.
Emily Swearingin, Olivia Turner and Hanna Henline were selected to the all-region team.
Sydney Sill was crowned Miss Greater Greer 2017 and Brooklyn Brewster the Miss Greater Greer Teen at a pageant held at Greer High School Saturday night.
Sill, 20, attends Clemson University and Brewster attends Palmetto High School.
Mary Grace Nasim will relinquish her Miss Greater Greer 2016 crown and Berkley Bryant will end her reign as Miss Greater Greer Teen 2016 Saturday.
The Greer pageant is scheduled at Greer High School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
At first there was a gasp.