Greer High girls
Girl’s tennis practice/tryouts will begin on Monday, Aug. 3 from
8-10:30 a.m. Everyone needs a completed physical exam packet as well as
$10 tryout insurance fee with checks made payable to Greer High School.
Greer High girls
Several Greer area kids participated in the Shooting for Heaven basketball camp hosted by former Greer High coach Jeff Neely at Greer First Baptist recently.
The last time Jordan Mathis stepped on the court at Blue Ridge, she was wearing rival colors.
Now, the Greer High grad is taking over as head coach of the Tiger’s women’s basketball program, a position recently vacated by Byron Hardy.
The hottest summer in four years will likely impact Greer High’s pre-season football drills that open next Friday, July 31.
Greer High’s two newest basketball coaches are already finding ways to connect with the community.
Greg Miller and Mazzie Drummond teamed up to host a Yellow Jacket Basketball Camp last week, offering instruction to dozens of grade school girls.
Success on the football field often begins with success in the trenches, and the Greer football team will have no shortage of big bodies in 2015.
Junior offensive tackle Noah Hannon, along with seniors Jordan Hawthorne (OL) and C.J. Collins (DL), have been hitting the weights hard this summer, and results are starting to show.
The Tigers are starting to get a feel for their new squad, as 7-on-7 competitions wind down this month.
The Blue Ridge football team has spent most of the summer rebuilding, and head coach Shane Clark said some pieces are beginning to fall into place.
After one of its most successful seasons in recent years, the Riverside football team now faces the task of rebuilding, having lost several key offensive components.
Senior quarterback Aaron Odom is ready for the challenge, however, and he and his wide receivers have been gaining some valuable experience this offseason.
Despite a dominant two-day showing, the Byrnes football team could not secure the Palmetto State Showdown 7-on-7 title, falling to Westside in the championship game (24-14) Saturday at Beech Springs.
Byrnes has won its annual tournament four times, and was on pace to do so early Saturday afternoon, taking a quick 7-0 lead on Westside.
The Jackets continued making offseason strides last week, going 7-0 at the Lions Invitational 7-on-7 competition, hosted by Daniel High.
Several Greer starters turned in strong performances, including senior leaders Mario Cusano, Dorian Lindsey, Adrian McGee and Troy Pride.