Orr Academy high school basketball star Tyquone Greer, a Chicago Sun-Times Third-team All-City selection, is listed in stable condition at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County on Sunday morning after suffering a gun shot wound to his leg at a party on Saturday night, sources confirmed to CSNChicago.com
Orr head coach Lou Adams confirmed Greer was involved in an incident at a party on Saturday night that led to the shooting.
"(Tyquone) went to a party, he pushed some guy at the party and some guy came back and shot the house up," Adams said. "(Tyquone) was shot. He and one of my former other players, DeShaun King, one of my players from three years ago."
Adams confirmed Greer was shot in the leg but couldn't confirm which leg it was.
A source at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County also confirmed Greer is checked in as a patient at the hospital and is listed in stable condition.
"I can tell you that he is here and that he's in very stable condition. He's doing very well," the source said of Greer.
Orr is currently ranked as the No. 5 team in the CSN Preps Power Rankings and they're considered a state title favorite in Class 3A after advancing downstate and finishing fourth in Class 3A last season. Greer, a 6-foot-7 senior forward has been a mainstay in the Orr lineup since his sophomore season and has attracted Division I interest throughout his high school career.
Orr defeated Nazareth Academy 70-46 on Friday night to capture the Class 3A Regional Championship at Nazareth and is scheduled to face Marshall on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the Class 3A Westinghouse Sectional.