New Alignment Proposed to SCHSL

A new proposal for realignment came before the South Carolina High School League on Monday. Under the proposal, South Carolina would have a 5A classification for the first time. Locally, Daniel would move to Class 4A, while Class 3 A Region 1 will be made up of Seneca, Walhalla, West-Oak, Crescent, and Pendleton. The proposal, which we’re told is all […]

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Zack Godley’s winning debut!

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A Pendleton man was in the stands last week to see the Major League Baseball debut of his first cousin. It was a proud and exciting moment for Bit McMillan, a technican for Crenshaw TV and Appliance, and other members of the family of Arizona Diamondbacks right-handed pitcher Zack Godley. “It was an unreal experience,” McMillan told us. Godley pitched […]

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Seneca hosting softball this weekend

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The City of Seneca is hosting the Dixie Softball State Tournament, which gets underway this weekend at the Shaver Recreation Complex. The tournament winner will represent the state at the World Series in Louisiana in August. Opening festivities are Friday, while play begins on Saturday. In American Legion play, Walhalla’s Post 124 defeated Lancaster 14-3 to remain alive in the […]

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Local baseball

In American Legion Junior League Playoffs Tuesday, played at Hall Street Field in Westminster, Seneca defeated Greer Post 110 in extra innings, 7-6, to win both of the two game series. Noah Bedenbaugh wins it with a walk off single in the 9th. Seneca will be back in action Monday, taking on the winner of the Rock-Hill/Williamston series. In American […]

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Local Baseballers Earn Spot on Series Team

Congratulations are in order for Seneca High School’s Alex Medlin and Walhalla High School’s Seth Holcombe. The two were named Monday night to the South Carolina District I team for the Big League World Series in Easley. Medlin is the son of WGOG’s Tony Medlin, heard each Wednesday morning with his weekly sports commentary. The Series begins in late July at the J.B. […]

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Leggett out at Clemson

Jack Leggett will not be retained as Clemson’s head baseball coach, Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich announced Thursday. Leggett served for 22 years at the helm of the Clemson baseball program, winning 955 games and advancing to the College World Series six times with the last appearance in 2010. Clemson finished the 2015 baseball season with a 32-29 overall record and […]

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Local teams stay alive in postseason

Seneca’s softball team stayed alive in the Class 3A postseason with a 13-2 rout of South Pointe on Wednesday. The Bobcats now face Blue Ridge on Friday. They’ll need to defeat the Tigers twice to advance to the Upper State playoffs. Seneca’s girls’ soccer team blanked Blue Ridge, 2-0, in round two playoff action on Wednesday. The Cats will face Dreher […]

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Walhalla soccer advances

The Walhalla boys’ soccer team defeated Dreher High School, 2-1, in the first round of the playoffs on Tuesday. The Razors will now head to Eastside for round two on Thursday. Eastside defeated Chester in the round one on Monday. Elsewhere, Seneca’s season ends with a 5-1 loss at AC Flora.

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High School Playoffs

In high school sports, Seneca’s girls’ soccer team defeated Richland Northeast Monday night, 6-1, as the playoffs got underway. The Bobcats will host Blue Ridge in Round Two play on Wednesday. Elsewhere Monday, Walhalla’s season ends with a 6-0 loss at Chapin. In baseball, Walhalla gets the 4-2 win over Blue Ridge in the Class 3A Playoffs. Seth Holcombe was […]

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