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Williams gains 141 yards, 2 TDs to power No. 6 Greer past Westside AUG 19

Greer flipped Westside in the season’s opening high school football game Friday night at Westside.

Dre Williams rushed for 141 yards and scored twice to lead Greer. His 75-yard touchdown run in the first quarter with just under four minutes played, shocked Westside. Trey Houston’s 38-yard scoring strike to Cameron Martin four minutes later, 7:08, gave Greer a 14-0 lead.

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Greer, Blue Ridge, Riverside open high school football AUG 18

A battle between top 10 ranked teams and new beginnings for two other teams highlight the first week of high school football tonight.

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Yellow Jackets mascot is released from detention AUG 5

The Greer Yellow Jackets mascot will be attending school functions and athletic events for the first time in about 15 years.
 

The bee is back.

Greer High School’s Yellow Jackets mascot is back with the blessing of second year Principal Justin Ludley.

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Greer Adult Baseball League's opening night is going to be a tearjerker JUL 30

Caitlin was one day away walking onstage at her graduation ceremony when she was diagnosed with a rare cancer.
 
 

Opening night of the Greer Adult Baseball League is going to be a tearjerker.

Chad Hart, self-appointed commissioner of the Adult Baseball League, has organized the Greer Adult Baseball League that begins play Aug. 4 at Stevens Field.

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Video: High schools open summer footballl practice JUL 28

Greer High School opened football practice Friday. See Head Coach Will Young's comments here.
 

Greer and Riverside held their first day of high school football practice Friday morning. Blue Ridge High School has its first football practice on Monday.

Alex Guest reported on Greer’s practice and talked with Head Coach Will Young. View the report here.

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Students from area selected for Furman's Bridges to a Brighter Future JUN 20

Twenty-six Greenville County high school students have been invited to participate in Bridges to a Brighter Future at Furman University, a program whose mission is to give students the tools and support they need to overcome barriers, graduate from high school and enroll in college. The new class marks the 21st year of the educational outreach program.

“Bridges students have already demonstrated both academic and leadership potential by their ninth grade year, yet they face financial barriers or personal circumstances that may prevent them from achieving what they are truly capable of,” said Carrie Silver, director of Bridges to a Brighter Future. “Here, students participate in life-changing experiences that help them discover who they are to build the self-confidence and resiliency they need to succeed in life.”

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Greer, Blue Ridge seniors awarded $10,000 scholarships from CBL Foundation MAY 31

Candace Jensen, Greer High School
 

CBL Charitable Foundation has awarded $10,000 higher education scholarships to three local students.

Greer High School seniors Candace Jensen and Victoria Schneider were both winners of the 2107 Robert F. Williams Scholarship, named for a past CBL Board Chairman and member of the South Carolina State Board of Education. Jensen will attend the University of Georgia, while Schneider will attend Clemson University.

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GGEF awards 13 $1,000 scholarships to Greer area students MAY 18

Logan Gillespie

The Greater Greer Education Foundation awarded $13,000 in scholarships to 13 students from six high schools in the Greater Greer area Tuesday afternoon at Greer City Hall.

 Students were selected by the guidance department of each school and submitted to the Foundation. The Foundation in turn will present scholarship funds to the technical school or college on behalf of the student.  

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Marion Waters Commons designated at Greer High School MAY 18

Greer High School Principal Justin Ludley gave Marion Waters a replica plaque that will hang at the Marion Waters Commons area,
 

Former Greer High School Principal Marion Waters was honored Wednesday night as the school's Commons/Cafeteria was officially named “Marion Waters Commons”.

Waters, who was the principal at Greer High School for 22 years until his retirement last year, was on hand with family and friends.

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Saddler is state champ in triple jump to lead Greer in track championships MAY 15

Greer High School junior Richie Saddler saved one of his best jumps for the right place and time as he won the Class AAAA State triple jump competition Saturday at Spring Valley High School. 

Saddler's leap of 45-feet 5-inches was almost a foot better than the second-place finisher. Saddler also took fourth place in the 400 meter run.

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5 Greer athletes advance to state track and field finals MAY 7

Five athletes from the Greer High School boys and girls track and field teams qualified for the state Class AAAA track and field championships.

They compete at the state championships Friday and Saturday at Spring Valley High School in Columbia.

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Bus crash sends 4 Greer students to the hospital APR 26

An apparent head-on collision between a Greenville County school bus and a pick-up truck sent four Greer students and the driver of the truck to a hospital this morning.
 

An apparent head-on collision between a Greenville County school bus and a pick-up truck sent four Greer students and the driver of the truck to Pelham Medical Center this morning, according to police and Greenville County Schools officials.

Greer police reported no children were seriously injured and Beth Brotherton, spokesman for Greenville County Schools, said the injuries to the students were non life-threatening. "They were so minor one had a cut lip and the others had bumps and bruises," Brotherton said.

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Greer HS Virtual Enterprise Class gets top finish in the country, Hannon and Henderson win Gold in Salesmanship APR 25

The Greer High School Virtual Enterprise team finished 28th in the competition at New York City.
 

The Greer High School Virtual Enterprise Class finished in a top group of 28 in the Business Plan Competition at the 2017 Virtual Enterprise Youth Business Summit in New York City.

Greer was among 400 schools from 16 states to compete at the competition.

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Alex Love named USC Upstate's representative on ASUN Winter Winners for Life team APR 12

Alex Love was recognized by the ASUN Conference as part of its 2016-17 Winter Winners for Life Team. 
 
 

Alex Love Named to 2016-17 ASUN Winter Winners for Life Team

USC Upstate senior cross-country/track and field athlete Alex Love was recognized by the ASUN Conference on Wednesday as part of its 2016-17 Winter Winners for Life Team.

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Greer football coach headed to Colleton County MAR 29

Greer High's Colby Peeler signs as head coach at Colleton County.
 

By Jonathan Duty

Colby Peeler was named the new head football coach at Colleton County High School Friday as he signed his contract at the school in Walterboro.

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McIntyre wins state art award in Mixed Media for 'We Can Do It' MAR 29

Taylor McIntyre's winning Mixed Media entry of

Taylor McIntyre, a Greer High School student, won in the Mixed Media category of the Converse College “Young Women in Art” competition with her work “We Can Do It”.

McIntyre’s entry was inspired by propaganda posters of World War II.

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4 area students awarded NGU scholarships MAR 29

Olivia Bennett, Greer High School
 

Four area students have been awarded the Crusader Fellows Scholarship by North Greenville University.

Olivia Bennett, Haley Thackston, Hannah Hall and Kelly Wynn Cross have been awarded scholarships on the basis of their academic achievement, school, church, and community involvement. With satisfactory academic progress, the scholarships will guarantee the full cost of tuition, room and board for four years of attendance at NGU.

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Greer High artists McCullough, Reed win top awards MAR 16

Ryan McCullough and Kira Reed, art students at Greer High School, won competitions at the South Carolina PTA Reflections contest.

Kira Reed and Ryan McCullough, art students at Greer High School, are winners in the South Carolina PTA Reflections contest.

Reed's drawing, "I'm an Open Book" won the Excellence Award. Ryan McCullough's painting, "Mapping Out My Possibilities" won the Merit Award.

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Williams, Rutledge in same company at U.S. Military Academy MAR 13

Thomas Williams of Blue Ridge High School and Victor Rutledge of Riverside High School attended a formal dinner at The United States Military Academy at West Point.
 

Thomas Williams of Blue Ridge High School and Victor Rutledge of Riverside High School attended a formal dinner at The United States Military Academy at West Point.

They are in their plebe year at West Point in the same company.

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Greer's Barbare awarded Major of the Year by health, physical education, recreation organization MAR 10

Kayla “Birdie” Barbare of the University of South Carolina Upstate will be honored as Major of the Year by SHAPE America.
 

Kayla “Birdie” Barbare of the University of South Carolina Upstate will be honored as Major of the Year by SHAPE America.

The award celebrates outstanding undergraduate students in the health, physical education, recreation and dance professions who are nominated by a faculty advisor or professor. Barbare will be receive her award on Thursday during the SHAPE (Society of Health and Physical Educators) awards ceremony in Boston.

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