WEDNESDAY SPORTS: High School Baseball gets underway

March 12, 2014

High school baseball on Tuesday saw the Daniel Lions defeat the West-Oak Warriors 2-0 in Westminster. Daniel’s Wade Craig went all the way for the Lions on the mound. Elsewhere, Seneca’s Landon McClane also pitched a complete game to lead the Bobcats past Walhalla 6-0.

In softball, West-Oak defeated Daniel 4-1. Hannah Price earned the win for the Warriors.


Elliott Caldwell went 3-for-4 and drove in a pair of runs and six pitchers combined for a five-hit shutout to lead No. 1 ranked South Carolina to a 5-0 win over visiting Furman Tuesday evening at Carolina Stadium. The shutout was the ninth of the season for South Carolina, which improves to 16-0 on the season, while the loss was the fourth straight for Furman, which slides to 6-10 on the campaign.


After a three-game sweep of Virginia Tech, Clemson returns to action with a home game against Appalachian State Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


Junior forward K.J. McDaniels was named ACC Defensive Player of the Year by the league media Tuesday. McDaniels is the first Tiger to earn the award that has been presented annually since 2005. He is Clemson’s first major ACC award winner of any kind since Greg Buckner was named Rookie of the Year in 1995. McDaniels was also named All-District III by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association, one day after earning first-team All-ACC recognition from the conference media.


South Carolina has earned the No. 13 seed and will face No. 12 seed Auburn in the opening round of the 2014 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament, set to be held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The Gamecocks and Tigers are set for a 7 PM tip off Wednesday evening.


South Carolina guard Sindarius Thornwell has been named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team. The native of Lancaster is averaging 13.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game this season while being the only Gamecock to start all 31 games.


Jonathan Martin is leaving the Miami Dolphins and his bullying accusations against Richie Incognito behind, traded on the first day of NFL free agency Tuesday to the San Francisco 49ers. The move reunites the offensive lineman with 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, who was his college coach at Stanford. San Francisco is sending an undisclosed draft choice to Miami in return. An investigation determined last month that Dolphins guard Incognito and two other lineman carried out persistent harassment of the 24-year-old Martin, another player and an assistant trainer. Martin left the Dolphins in late October and underwent counseling for emotional issues, while Incognito was suspended for the final eight games of the season Incognito became a free agent Tuesday and isn’t expected to play for the Dolphins again.



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