The Greer area has produced some talented athletes over the past several years, and a number of them have moved on to have collegiate success. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be conducting a Q&A with some of these former high school standouts to see how they’ve settled in at the next level.
Clemson fans planning trips to San Jose, Calif., to watch the Tigers play for the national title have nonstop flight options from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP).
An early start to region play hasn’t phased the Byrnes boys’ basketball team, which picked up two conference wins last week against Hillcrest and Boiling Springs.
Layne Fowler’s team is a bit more inexperienced than expected, but several great outings from two key seniors have him excited about the team’s potential.
It’s been a tough start for the Yellow Jackets.
The Greer boys basketball team has opened the 2018 season at 0-6, but head coach Greg Miller isn’t worried about his guys yet.
Greer’s Ethan Alexander put on one last show in a high school uniform, earning Defensive MVP honors in the North-South All-Star game last weekend.
The senior safety had four tackles and one interception in the contest, joining teammate Kyle Schneider on the gridiron for one more outing.
The Warriors are aiming for another deep playoff run in 2019, but an experienced roster will need to execute for it to be possible.
Former North Greenville standout Ashton Heard will find his way back to the gridiron after signing a contract with the Copenhagen Towers.
Hannon selected for Jr. All-American Games
Beech Springs Intermediate 6th grader Kaylee Hannon, of Inman, was selected to participate in the Junior All-American Games at Miss Sarasota Softball Complex in Sarasota, Florida, last month.
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”
Those were the words of coach Travis Perry as the Yellow Jackets exited Williams-Brice Stadium last Friday with a 37-21 loss to Myrtle Beach in the Class AAAA State Championship.
It didn’t take long for Greer to shake off its state championship loss to Myrtle Beach.
Yellow Jacket head coach Will Young said his team is getting back to work with plenty to look forward to in 2019.