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Sam Gravley and the Greer boys basketball team fell at the buzzer to Dorman last week.

Jackets lose at buzzer

The Yellow Jackets had Class AAAAA’s No. 1 team on the ropes last Tuesday, but were unable to pull off the upset on the road, falling to Dorman 60-57 at the buzzer.

With just under five minutes remaining in the game, the Greer boys basketball team led the Cavaliers by 11.

Jones named Defensive MVP

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Byrnes standout Khalid Jones was named South Carolina’s Most Valuable Defensive Player during last Saturday’s Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, as the Tar Heels topped the Sandlappers 55-24 at Wofford College. Jones was one of three area players represented in the game, which saw appearances from Greer’s Bradly Thompson and Qua White.

Riverside picks up two wins

The Riverside boys basketball team picked up a pair of wins against Eastside and JL Mann last week, only falling to Greer (55-48).

Warrior head coach Murray Long said the team is now starting to gain traction heading into the Christmas holiday.

Greer fell to BHP but bounced back against TC Roberson on the road last week.

Greer drops close one to BHP

The Yellow Jackets let one slip away against Belton-Honea Path last week, falling 65-63 in a heartbreaker.

Despite the team’s fourth loss of the season, Greer coach Greg Miller was happy with the way his guys competed against a potential future opponent.

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