DANNY CARL PENTON

Seneca, SC– Danny Carl Penton, 69, husband of Vanessa Grubbs Penton, of Seneca, South Carolina died peacefully at his home on June 12, 2024, surrounded by his family.   Born in Sylacauga,  Alabama, he was the son of the late Van and Martella Penton. Mr. Penton received his college degree from Jacksonville  State University in Jacksonville, AL, and worked most […]

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Harriette Wallace Campbell Scales

Harriette Wallace Campbell Scales, 77, passed away on June 6, 2024, in Seneca, SC after an extended illness.    Born October 5, 1946, in Lynchburg, VA, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. O.D. and Hazel Campbell. Mrs. Scales graduated from Queens College in Charlotte NC with a B.A. in Mathematics and a minor in Art. She […]

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MARY BETH NORTON

Fair Play – Mary Beth Norton, 61, wife of David Norton, passed away on Wednesday, June 12, 2024, at her residence.   Born on November 17, 1962, in High Falls, New York, Mary Beth was the daughter of the late Nathan “Nate” Haines and Mary Joyce Haines.  Mary Beth was an avid painter, enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, and […]

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NBA Finals

Jason Tatum scored 31 points, Jaylan Brown had 30 and the Celtics held off a furious Dallas rally to move to the verge of a record 18th championship with a 106-99 victory over the Mavericks on Wednesday night for a 3-0 lead.

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Atlanta Braves

 Colton Cowser hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Baltimore Orioles won their sixth straight game, beating the Atlanta Braves 4-2 on Wednesday night.  UP NEXT for The Orioles try for a three-game sweep Thursday, sending Cole Irvin (6-2) to the mound against Reynaldo López (3-2).

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College Basketball

Clemson University men’s basketball will host Kentucky in the 2024 ACC/SEC Challenge. The matchup is slated for Tuesday, Dec. 3. Game time and network designation will be announced at a later date by ESPN.  With the addition of Kentucky to Clemson’s schedule, the Tigers will now host five of the top eight winningest programs in college basketball history in 2024-25 […]

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SCOTT NICELY HINKLE

Westminster, SC– Scott Nicely Hinkle, 70, husband of Ann McClung Hinkle, of Westminster, passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at his home.   A native of Ronceverte, WV, Mr. Hinkle was the son of the late Robert and Glena Nicely Hinkle. He was an avid outdoorsman and worked for Merrit Brothers Tree Farm for years. Mr. Hinkle was of […]

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Atlanta Braves

Jorge Mateo hit a three-run homer in his first plate appearance after returning to the lineup, and Albert Suárez allowed four hits in 5 1/3 innings to lead the Baltimore Orioles to their fifth straight win, 4-0 over the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night.  UP NEXT for the Orioles rookie Cade Povich (0-1) makes his second career start Wednesday night […]

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Gamecock Baseball

 South Carolina’s Board of Trustees officially approved three baseball coaching hires including new head coach Paul Mainieri in a meeting Tuesday. Mainieri’s contract is five years, $1.3 million annually, Gamecocks associate head coach Monte Lee, retained on staff, earned a new contract for three years $550,000 annually, and new pitching coach/recruiting coordinator Terry Rooney’s contract is three years $425,000 annually.  […]

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Clemson Baseball

Righthander Aidan Knaak (Fort Myers, Fla.) was named NCBWA National Freshman Pitcher-of-the-Year on Tuesday. He became the second Tiger to win a national freshman-of-the-year honor, joining Seth Beer (2016).  Clemson had a 13-2 record in his 15 starts.  Knaak earned first-team freshman All-America honors from NCBWA as well.

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