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Law Enforcement tournament ends today at Century Park

Published on Sunday, August 24, 2014

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Det. Dale Arterburn signals where he figures the Greer Police Department will finish.
 

Jim Fair

Det. Dale Arterburn signals where he figures the Greer Police Department will finish.

 



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Elizabeth Adams pounded a base hit for the Greer Fire Department.

Jim Fair

Elizabeth Adams pounded a base hit for the Greer Fire Department.



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Debra and Roger Rice, Sr. threw out the first pitch Saturday in honor of their son, Roger Rice, Jr., who was killed in the line of duty in 2011.
 

Jim Fair

Debra and Roger Rice, Sr. threw out the first pitch Saturday in honor of their son, Roger Rice, Jr., who was killed in the line of duty in 2011.

 



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It only took one game to wear part of the field on this Greer Police Department player.

Jim Fair

It only took one game to wear part of the field on this Greer Police Department player.



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The semifinals and finals of the Upstate Law Enforcement Memorial Softball Tournament winds up Sunday beginning at noon at Greer’s Century B Park on Brushy Creek Road. Early round games were played Saturday.

Saturday’s event included an opening ceremony that had law enforcement representing the following departments – Greer Fire Department, Greer Police Department, Laurens County Sheriff’s Office, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office, Greenville County Detention Officers, Fountain Inn Police, Simpsonville Police, and Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.

Officers killed in the line of duty were honored, a prayer was given by Pastor and Police Sergeant Michael Decker and Debra and Roger Rice, Sr., parents of slain Laurens County Sheriff Deputy Roger Rice, Jr., threw out the first pitch.

Visit the tournament’s website for more information.

 

 

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