HS Sports

In high school sports on Monday, Seneca softball routed TL Hanna, 17-2, in five innings. Addie Pate got the win on the mound, and she scored in all of her at-bats. In boys soccer, Seneca blanked Wren, 3-0, in a game played in Piedmont. James Hanson notched two scores for the Bobcats. Elsewhere, Walhalla shut out Belton-Honea Path, 4-0, behind […]

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High school sports

In high school baseball on Tuesday, Oconee Christian Academy defeated Tamassee-Salem 8-6. OCA is now 5-0 on the season. T-S is now 0-6. Elsewhere, Daniel Singleton of West-Oak set a record for his school with 16 strikeouts in the Warriors 6-1 win over Pickens. Wren defeated Seneca 5-4. In girls soccer, Walhalla blanked West-Oak 4—0. Walhalla’s softball team defeated Belton-Honea […]

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High School sports

In high school sports on Tuesday, West-Oak softball defeated Walhalla 3-2. Hannah Price recorded the win on the mound for the Warriors. Walhalla’s baseball team defeated the Warrios 4-1. Seth Holcombe got the win for Walhalla, going 6 innings, allowing six hits and striking out three batters. Seneca baseball beat Greer 7-5 in the Eastside Tournament. Bryson Whaley was the […]

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Athlete with local ties commits to LSU

Jonathan Gettys, a junior left-hander with the Gainesville, GA Red Elephants baseball team and most valuable pitcher in the Pan American Games last summer, committed to collegiate baseball powerhouse Louisiana State University (LSU)  March 28. The 6’4″ 230 lb. athlete has attracted the attention of MLB scouts with his 95 mph fastball and batting performance of over .400. His older brother […]

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High School Sports

In  high school sports on Thursday, Seneca’s softball team defeated Daniel 9-5. Seneca will host West-Oak Friday night, while Daniel heads to Walhalla. In boys soccer, Daniel shutout Walhalla 4-0. Walhalla’s girls were 3-1 winners over the Lions. Seneca’s girls blanked West-Oak 7-0. Seneca’s boys were also shutout winners over the Warriors, 3-0. Samuel Thompson recorded two goals in the […]

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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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Lady Gamecocks headed to Sweet 16

Number 3 South Carolina used early perimeter shooting from Asia Dozier to open up the inside game and locked down defensively on its way to a second-straight Sweet 16 with a 97-68 win over eighth-seeded Syracuse on Sunday evening at Colonial Life Arena. Tiffany Mitchell and Alaina Coates led six Gamecocks in double figures with 14 points apiece. Mitchell rebounded […]

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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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Lady Gamecocks get No.1 seed

The South Carolina women’s basketball team earned a No. 1 seed in its 12th berth in the NCAA Tournament and will face 16th-seeed Savannah State Friday night at 5:00 PM on ESPN2. The Lady Gamecocks are in the Greensboro Region and will host the first and second rounds at Colonial Life Arena. The other first-round game in Columbia pairs 8th-seeded […]

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