Body is that of missing NC man

Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis says a body found Friday in Mountain Rest is that of a missing man from North Carolina. Fifty-seven year old Jeffrey Scott Turner, of Canton, was reported missing last weekend by his family in Haywood County. Addis says the man’s body was discovered at around 10:40 AM on Friday off “Blue Trail” near Big Bend […]

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Thursday (2/11) SportsBreak

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: The West-Oak High School wrestling team fell to Eastside on Wednesday by a score of 52-10 in the Upper State Finals. Though the Warriors as a team are not advancing, there are several individuals are advance to State Championship play from West-Oak. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: South Carolina defeated LSU 94-83 Wednesday night to take over first place in the […]

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Tuesday (2/9) SportsBreak

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Seneca High School on Tuesday announced the hiring of Edwin “Hal” Capps as the new Bobcat football coach. Capps has served for the past 6 seasons as head coach at Mooresville High School in North Carolina. He has coached in the NC State Championship game four times and won the State Championship in 2007. Coach Capps has been named the […]

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Monday (2/8) SportsBreak

NFL: Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are NFL Champions after defeating the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50. RECREATION LEAGUES: Registration for baseball and softball at the Westminster Recreation Department is underway now. Registration will be held each day this week at the M.D. Cleveland Civic Center from 3-5 PM. Ages of participation for baseball are 7-19 as of May […]

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Friday (2/5) SportsBreak

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Freshman Matt Rafferty drained a three-pointer with 18.4 seconds left to put Furman in front and the Paladins held on in the final seconds to rally past Samford, 67-65, for their fifth consecutive victory on Thursday at the Pete Hanna Center in Birmingham. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables has been named the National Recruiter of the Year by Rivals.com. Clemson’s […]

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Thursday (2/4) SportsBreak

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: Seneca High School had 8 students sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. Nike Diggs and Chad Earle signed to play at Highland Community College in Kansas.  Braxton Gambrell signed to play at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Brandon Gibson and Jeremiah Martin signed to play at The University of Pikeville in Kentucky.  Azende Jenkins signed […]

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Wednesday (2/3) SportsBreak

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY (VIA ESPN): Signing day is off to a roaring start and there has already been some big news and surprises with prospects all over. Clemson won the first big battle of national signing day, but Alabama, Texas and Ole Miss may be the day’s biggest winners. Cornerback Trayvon Mullen, the No. 18 player in ESPN 300, committed to Clemson live […]

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Tuesday (2/2) SportsBreak

RECREATION LEAGUES: Seneca High School is hosting Recreation Night at the basketball games against Pickens Tuesday night. Recreation league basketball players and coaches in uniform get freed admittance. All players in attendance will be recognized during halftime of the boys game. The Lady Cats kick off the evening at 6 PM, followed by the boys at 7:30 PM in Bobcat Gym. […]

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Monday (2/1) SportsBreak

NBA: Klay Thompson scored 34 and Draymond Green had a triple-double as the Golden State Warriors improved to 44-4 with a twenty point victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden 116-95. NHL: The Pacific Division was crowned champions of the NHL’s first ever 3-on-3 format All-Star tournament on the shoulders of MVP John Scott.  In the first game of […]

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Friday (1/29) SportsBreak

WRESTLING: West-Oak defeated Walhalla 61-11 on Thursday to capture the regular season title in Western AAA with an  undefeated region record. Meanwhile, West-Oak Middle School ends the season at 13-1 with five wrestlers qualifying for the Carolina Invitational Tournament. Those players are Ryan Dobbs, Matt Williams, Clayton James, Hunter Blackwell, and Tyler James. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Sophomore Geoff Beans scored 16 points to lead […]

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