S.C.H.S.L. Releases Fall Sports Dates

GREENVILLE, S.C. — The South Carolina High School League has released the start dates for fall sports. The league voted Wednesday morning. Football: Practices start Sept. 8 Seven game regular season begins Sept. 25 State Championship set for first week of December Girls Golf: Start date Aug. 17 First contest Aug. 31 Championship Oct. 26-27 Swimming: Start date Aug. 17 […]

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Clemson athletic director to testify in Washington

The athletic director at Clemson University, Dan Radakovich, is scheduled to testify during a Senate hearing this week in Washington.  The title of the hearing is “Protecting the Integrity of College Athletics.”  Radakovich is among several witnesses who are to being quested on Wednesday by the Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.  Another hearing witness will […]

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Cubs sign pitcher with ties to Oconee

Baseball’s Chicago Cubs signed an outstanding collegiate player this year from Texas whose parents are former Westminster residents.  He is Ausley Burl Carraway IV, son of Freda Herring Carraway and Burl Carraway.  According to Baseball America, Carraway’s signing bonus amounts to more than $1 million.  The 20-year old has been described as an elite left-handed short reliever with a dominating […]

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Seneca girl competes in motorcross competition

An 11-year old Seneca girl competed during the weekend in the regional motorcross competition in Tennessee.  Carmen Robertson was one of the youngest girls in the racing competition.  The daughter of Ryan and Ashley Robertson was attempting to place in the national competition planned later at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

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1970 Clemson class included future NFL star

A 50th year reunion planned next month for the Clemson class of 1970 has been called off by COVID-19.  That class hopes to re-assemble next year as part of a combined reunion with the 1971 class.  The ’70 grads included Charlie Waters, a football star from N. Augusta who went onto the pros and was part of the Dallas Cowboys […]

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Crowe Named Seneca High Baseball Coach

Seneca High School has announced that assistant baseball coach Matt Crowe has been named Head Baseball Coach for the 2020-2021 school year. Coach Crowe is a 2009 graduate of Seneca High School and was a member of the Varsity Baseball team.  Coach Crowe has taught in Seneca area schools since 2015.  He taught Physical Education at Blue Ridge Elementary from […]

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West-Oak Wins Appeal

The State newspaper is reporting that West-Oak High School won its final appeal today with the S.C. High School League to move from Region 1-3A to Region 1-2A for football only. However, as a trade-off for the appeal being granted, they won’t be eligible for the playoffs in 2020-2022 realignment.

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Former Seneca High star makes history

A former standout softball player at Seneca High School can claim her part in the sports record books.  Addie Pate was credited with the first RBI in the first game at the new Clemson University softball stadium.  Pate’s Western Carolina team yesterday won the first game of a doubleheader with the Lady Tigers.  She is the daughter of Andrea and […]

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