Seneca girls shutout BHP

In high school sports Monday, the Seneca girls soccer team defeated Belton Honea-Path 4-0. The Lady Cats are now 3-1 in Western AAA. They host West-Oak on Thursdsay. Seneca’s boys team downed BHP 10-2. Samuel Thompson scored three goals in the contest. West-Oak’s boys were 5-2 winners over Palmetto. Joseph Ramey netted four goals in the win. Walhalla’s boys were […]

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West-Oak student dies after collapsing at school

Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis says a West-Oak High School Student died Thursday afternoon after collapsing at school. Addis says 18 year-old Sierra Jaid Sims, of Westminster, died after sustaining cardiac arrest in the Emergency Department of GHS-Oconee Memorial Hospital. EMS was dispatched to the school at 12:06 PM Thursday after Sierra collapsed upon entering her chorus classroom. She was […]

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Razor tally 15 hits in win

In high school sports Tuesday, the Walhalla softball team defeated Pickens 9-3. The Razors tallied 15 hits in the contest. Brooke Winchester got the win on the  mound, allowing 6 hits and recording seven strikeouts in 7 innings. Elsewhere, Seneca softball downed Palmetto 9-4. In baseball, Palmetto blanked the Seneca Bobcats in Williamston, 2-0. West-Oak baseball was also shut out, […]

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Pate leads Seneca past TL Hanna

Seneca’s softball team cruised past T.L. Hanna in five innings Monday night. Addie Pate got the win on the mound, going the full five innings and striking out seven batters. Seneca’s boys soccer team got a win on the road in Williamston, defeating Palmetto 9-2. Anthony Suver led the way with two goals. Walhalla shut out Pickens in boys soccer, […]

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West-Oak routs Daniel

In high school baseball Tuesday, Daniel Singleton pitched a complete game one-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lead the West-Oak Warriors pas the Daniel Lions 11-1. In softball, the Lions got the win, 3-1, over the Warriors. Ashton Martin gets the win on the mound for the Lions.

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Seneca beats Walhalla on the diamond

Seneca baseball came back from being down by six runs Monday night to defeat Walhalla 7-6 in the Western AAA opener. Alex Medlin got the win on the mound for the Bobcats, going 6.1 innings and allowing only one unearned run. Seneca will host Wren on Friday. Walhalla is back in action Wednesday, hosting Easley.

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Busy Monday for Seneca High Athletics

The Seneca Bobcat men’s soccer program is hosting the Walhalla Razorbacks in a double header Monday starting at 5:30 PM. The Bobcat baseball team will host a double header against Walhalla starting Monday at 4:30 PM. The Bobcat track program will host Pickens, Pendleton, and Daniel on Monday at 5:00 PM. The Seneca C-Team Softball team will host Tamassee-Salem Monday […]

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Walhalla headed to tournament championship

High School Baseball on Wednesday saw the Walhalla Razorbacks defeat the Seneca Bobcats 5-4 in The Journal’s Mountain Lakes Preseason Tournament.  Seneca now faces Daniel, who defeated West-Oak 6-5 on Wednesday. Walhalla will play that game’s winner at 6 PM on Friday for the title. Congratulations to Walhalla’s Cullen Jackson. On Wednesday, Cullen signed to play soccer at Anderson University.

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