Banks came up just short of 2,000 all-purpose yards as a running back, wide receiver, and kick returner last season.

Senior Spotlight

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Kalvin Banks is Eastside High School’s star running back and all-purpose playmaker, also playing safety on the Eagle defense. Just last season, Banks accounted for over 1,900 all-purpose yards, and he’s looking to reach new heights in his final year with the Eagles.

The Warhawks sit at 9-2 on the year with just one regular season game left to play. Greer has already locked up the top seed in its bracket and will open the playoffs at home.

Legion playoffs begin Monday

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With their successful regular season drawing to a close, the Greer Warhawks are gearing up for a run at the state championship.

Legion playoffs begin Monday, July 10 for the Warhawks at Stevens Field. Greer has earned the number-one seed in the playoffs no matter the result of Wednesday’s regular-season finale against Easley.

Byrnes didn’t lose a single game in the passing-only tournament on Thursday. The Rebels managed a perfect 5-0 record in pool play before winning all three matchups in the championship bracket to clinch a second-straight Palmetto State Showdown title.

Next man up

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When the final horn sounded at Nixon Field on Thursday, Byrnes once against stood tall.

The Rebels defended their Palmetto State Showdown crown without obtaining a single chink in their armor, going 5-0 in pool play and winning all three matchups in the championship bracket to hoist the trophy for the second straight year.

Rice’s diet consists of plenty of protein bars and protein shakes, he said, to stay in football shape in the offseason.

Senior Spotlight

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Rayshun “Ray” Rice is a 6-foot, 280-pound defensive tackle from Greer High School who is a dominant force on Greer’s defensive line.

The Greer Citizen (GC): What are some personal goals you’re setting for yourself this year?

The Warhawks suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday afternoon, falling 4-2 to Anderson Post 14. Greer now sits at 8-1 on the season with just two games left to go.

Monkey off their backs

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After an exhausting doubleheader in the muggy weather against Anderson Post 14 on Saturday, Greer Warhawks coach Chad Hart had to concede one thing about his beloved sport.

“Baseball is a strange, cruel game,” Hart said. “As hot as you can be, you can always cool off in an instant.”


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