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  • Tue, Jan 31
    Greer
    65
    FINAL
    Wade Hampton
    74
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Gaffney
    41
    FINAL
    Spartanburg
    47
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Boiling Springs
    43
    FINAL
    Byrnes
    76
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Mauldin
    55
    FINAL
    Dorman
    84
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Broome
    52
    FINAL
    Union
    60
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Travelers Rest
    68
    FINAL
    Chapman
    43
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Landrum
    71
    FINAL
    Blacksburg
    58
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Chesnee
    47
    FINAL
    Greer MC
    68
  • Tue, Jan 31
    Clinton
    70
    FINAL
    Woodruff
    59
  • Wed, Feb 01
    Spartanburg
    7:30 pm
    South Pointe
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Byrnes
    62
    FINAL
    Dorman
    73
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Boiling Springs
    54
    FINAL
    Gaffney
    44
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Eastside
    45
    FINAL
    Greer
    67
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Brashier MC
    7:30 pm
    Woodruff
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Carolina Acad
    66
    FINAL
    Broome
    52
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Chapman
    50
    FINAL
    Blue Ridge
    61
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Emerald
    44
    FINAL
    Union
    53
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Greenville Tech Charter
    54
    FINAL
    Landrum
    81
  • Fri, Feb 03
    Liberty
    61
    FINAL
    Chesnee
    65

Dorman

Foster and Martin Players of The Year

Now that high school football has officially ended here in 2022, we have time to reflect on the season and all the great stuff we saw this year.

There were some really great players in our area who had some really big seasons.

Every year our staff gets together at the end of the year and decides on a player of the year from the teams we cover.  Usually we can settle on one player, but this year after discussions it was clear we could not reach and agreement on just one.

The two players we selected had tremendous years. Both had injury issues but still put up unbelievable numbers in the regular season.

 

Demarius Foster-Dorman

Foster in the regular season had 184 carries for 1413 yards and 18 touchdowns.  He also had five catches for 31 yards, and a kickoff return for a touchdown.  He was instrumental in Dorman’s success this season.  The Cavs leaned heavy on Foster and he was able to carry the load.  This young man will make some college a great running back and we cannot wait to see what he can do when given the opportunity.

 

LaDainnan Martin-Greer

It seems like Greer always has an outstanding running back.  This year was no different. Martin appears to be the next in a long line of Greer running backs that have had terrific high school careers. The sophomore back only got to play in 8 games this year due to injury but was still able to score 19 touchdowns, rush for 1261 yards, and catch 8 passes for 179 yards.  This young man has the potential to be a star over the next couple of years for the Yellow Jackets and college coaches will be rushing to Dooley field.

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