THURSDAY SPORTS: BoSox win game one; HS volleyball; Clemson announces ‘Purple Out’

*The Boston Red Sox took Game 1 of the World Series Wednesday night at Fenway Park over the St. Louis Cardinals, romping to victory after a game-changing umpire decision in the first inning and against sloppy play by St. Louis, which made three errors. In the first, Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright walked leadoff man Jacoby Ellsbury, then Dustin Pedroia singled. David Ortiz hit […]

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: World Series begins tonight; Tiger baseball class ranked 16; Boyd denies betting allegations

*Boston pitcher Jon Lester and St. Louis’ Adam Wainwright will take the mound for their teams Wednesday night when the Red Sox and Cardinals face each other in Boston’s Fenway Park in Game 1 of the World Series. It’s set to be a cold kickoff to baseball’s championship series, with temperatures to fall into the low ’40s and rain in the […]

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TUESDAY SPORTS: HS Volleyball; Early receives SoCon honor; 11/02 gametimes set

*The West-Oak Warrior volleyball team defeated Seneca 3-2 Monday night. The scores were 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 18-25 and 15-10. Elsewhere, Daniel downed Walhalla 3-1. The Lady Lions remain in a tie with Wren for tops in Western AAA, as they prepare to face Seneca Wednesday. If the Lions win, a tiebreaker with Wren awaits. ______________________________________________________________________________ *Furman plackekicker/punter Ray Early has […]

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Monday sports: Clemson/USC tumble in polls; No surgery for Shaw; NFL week 7

Clemson’s 51-14 loss to Florida State over the weekend cost the Tigers several spots in the latest AP and Coaches’ polls. South Carolina also dropped thanks to a 23-21 loss at unranked Tennessee Saturday afternoon. The AP moved Clemson down six spots to #9.  Florida State moved into the number three slot, behind second place Oregon and Alabama. The Gamecocks dropped from 11th […]

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HS FOOTBALL: West-Oak drops heartbreaker to Palmetto

In 96.3 WGOG’s High School Football broadcast Friday night, the West-Oak Warriors saw a heartbreaking, 21-20, defeat at the hands of the Palmetto Mustangs. West-Oak Scored the first  14 points on a 2-yard rush from quarterback Joe Hart and a 24-yard run from Landon Owen. Palmetto would not score until the closing seconds of the first half, when Gunner Teachman […]

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FRIDAY SPORTS: HS and College Football; BoSox win; Seahawks top Cardinals

*Golden Corner High School Football Friday night carries 96.3 WGOG to Warrior Field in Westminster where West-Oak will host Palmetto for Homecoming 2013. We hit the air with the Northland Communications Pregame Show at 7:00 PM. Kick off is set for 7:30 PM. Elsewhere Friday night, Walhalla is at home to take on Wren, and Seneca will host Belton-Honea Path. Liberty travels […]

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THURSDAY SPORTS:

*Clemson Athletic Director Dan Radakovich was announced Wednesday as a member of the selection committee, whose members have roughly 230 combined years of experience in college football. The four-team College Football Playoff will begin for the 2014-15 season, with the first semifinals set for Jan. 1, 2015 at the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl. The national championship game will be […]

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Clemson gears up for big weekend; Mr. Football finalists announced; SEC declines comments on Tanner/Finebaum

*A big weekend in Clemson kicks off Friday night as Clemson’s sixth annual Rock the ‘John – the introduction to the men’s and women’s basketball season – will take place at Littlejohn Coliseum. Doors open at 7:30 PM, and the event gets underway at 8:00. Admission is free of charge. The next day, ESPN’s College Gameday Built by The Home […]

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