WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Davis named USC starting RB; SEC releases conference hoops schedule; Mets beat Braves

*The South Carolina Gamecock football team worked out again Tuesday morning. Among the bigger news items out of practice was Mike Davis being named the starting running back for the North Carolina game. The Gamecocks and Tarheels face off at Williams-Brice Stadium Thursday, August 29 on ESPN. *The Southeastern Conference released its men’s basketball league schedule for the 2014 campaign on Tuesday. The […]

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TUESDAY SPORTS: Clemson says ‘no’ to player sandwiches; A-Rod’s attorney turns down offer; Ex-Marine can play football this fall

*The Athletic Office at Clemson University has asked a Charleston-area restaurant to change the name of a couple of menu items. The Daniel Island Grille has recently been selling the “Sammy Watkins Reuben” and “Tajh Boyd Quesadilla”. The University says it has sent a cease-and-desist order asking that the player’s name be removed. Owner Brian Mahoney says he will comply. […]

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MONDAY SPORTS: Former Tiger Gray dies; Gamecocks, Tigers, ranked high; Braves way ahead in NL East

*Former Clemson basketball player Devin Gray died of a heart attack Saturday in Atlanta, GA. The native of Baltimore, MD played at Clemson from 1991-94 and was just 41-years-old. According to the Baltimore Sun, Gray had played basketball earlier in the day at a facility in Atlanta. GA. Later that afternoon he complained of chest pains and was taken to […]

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FRIDAY SPORTS: Seneca wins scrimmage; Clowney ESPN Heisman favorite; Haley signs concussion bill

*In high school jamboree action on Thursday, Seneca defeated Rosman, NC 35-8 at the Green Wave Jamboree at Easley. The Bobcats are in action again Friday night againt Liberty, part of the Blue Flame Jamboree at Pickens. Walhalla will play the host team. West-Oak goes to Greenville where they will face Carolina Academy at Sirrine Stadium. *South Carolina Gamecock Jadeveon Clowney is […]

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Arrests Made In April Drive-by

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office has charged two people in connection with a drive-by shooting that occurred in April in Seneca. Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jimmy Watt says 35 year-old Ronnie Joe Patterson, Jr., of Lonsdale Street has been charged with attempted murder and additional weapons charges. Police say Patterson fired a gun at a residence while driving on Thatcher Road […]

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SHS Announces 2013 HOF Inductees

Seneca High School is proud to announce the Fifth Class of the Athletic Hall of Fame.   Hall of Fame Night Friday, September 13, 2013 Seneca vs. Westside Football Game (Ceremony will be held at halftime)   The 2013 five member class includes contributor Dean Davis (posthumously), coach Tim Howard (posthumously), athletes Dennis Hughes, Caroline Rochester Kalchthaler, and Debra Roper. […]

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Twisters Reported In Oconee County

Oconee County remains under a tornado warning until 9:52 PM Monday, according to the National Weather Service at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport. Oconee County has been under the severe weather threat since before 8:30 PM when storms with rotation were reported 5 miles southwest of Westminster and tornado damage was reported near Toccoa, Georgia. Social media sites Facebook and Twitter […]

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Harry Manley

Harry Manley, of Lovingood Avenue, Walhalla, passed away late Wednesday, July 17, 2013, after a long battle with heart disease. Mr. Manley was a retired employee of the Walhalla Water Department. Harry’s wife of 46 years, Iris Moss Manley, and their family, invite friends to a Celebration of Harry’s life, Saturday, July 20, 2013, at the Walhalla Depot on Kauffman […]

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Jazz on the Alley Cancelled

By:  Chad Dorsett of WSNW Radio The threat of showers and thunderstorms has forced officials to cancel tonight’s Jazz on the Alley in downtown Seneca.  However, the city is still inviting everyone to come to downtown tonight to enjoy a meal, explains Seneca Events Coordinator Riley Johnson.  “We have decided to go ahead and call it, so everybody can plan […]

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