Yellow Jacket star guard Amare Anderson smiles after his team’s tight home victory over Indian Land last Wednesday night.  Anderson led Greer in scoring this year, averaging 19.2 points-per-game.

Greer coach looks back at season

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The young Greer High boys’ basketball team concluded their season with a 64-58 loss at 1-seeded Greenville Friday night in the second round of the AAAA state basketball tournament. The loss came just 48 hours after the 8th-seeded Yellow Jackets defeated 9th-seeded Indian Land in a thriller at Phillips Gymnasium Wednesday night.

Greer secured a co-region championship by defeating Riverside, 47-42 Friday night.  Area teams will open playoff action Wednesday night.

Greer defeats Riverside

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A shot at the 4A Region 2 championship was on the line as Greer and Riverside met Friday night. Both teams were tied with Wade Hampton with all teams holding a 5-2 conference record. Wade Hampton visited Eastside with that game holding championship ramifications for the Generals.

Eastside High linebacker Langston Scott, surrounded by family, signed with Lenoir-Rhyne on National Signing Day last week.

Eastside Signing

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Langston Scott of Eastside High signed with Lenoir-Rhyne University on National Signing Day to play football.

“I have dreamed of this since I was young. I am ready to get up there and start working,” Scott said.

Scott is the son of Gregg and Cheryl Scott.


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