Razorback Football Kicks Off This Friday

After battling through a number of Covid-related issues this season, the Walhalla Razorbacks will finally open their 2021 season this Friday, September 17, when they host the defending 3A state champion Daniel Lions. Daniel has had to deal with the Covid situation themselves this year but has still managed to play three games thus far. They are undefeated with wins […]

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Clemson-Georgia viewing party

While the Clemson football Tigers are in Charlotte Saturday night for their opener with Georgia, their home base will stage a party for fans who’d like to mingle and watch the game outdoors.  City of Clemson announces a downtown viewing party to take place Saturday, with the section of College Avenue between Keith Street and SC 93 to be blocked […]

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High School game cancelled

Announced on the Walhalla football Razorbacks Facebook page:  This Friday night’s game at Pendleton has been called off because of the continuing COVID-19 difficulties in the Razorback program.  Meantime, Razorback football activities will resume tomorrow for players who have tested non-positive.

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Thorsland has reason to say “Roll Tide”

Former Walhalla football player Adam Thorsland has earned a spot on the fall roster of the number-one rated team in the country, the Alabama Crimson Tide. Nineteen-year old Adam managed the feat as a walk-on and has been slotted as a tight end and assigned the number 80.  He’s the youngest son of Denise and Michael Thorsland, Oconee superintendent of […]

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Parading those Central/Clemson winners

Central and Clemson youth eight-and-under and 12-and-under baseball teams returned from the Dixie Youth World Series with trophies.  Their accomplishment will be celebrated with a parade Saturday at Nettles Park.  Family-friendly and free to the public, this event will also offer a waterslide, obstacle course, yard games, concessions, and a disc jockey.  Organizations that would like to join the parade […]

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The champs are recognized

The start of last night’s meeting of the Oconee School Board of Trustees was reserved for recognition of this year’s state champs, the Seneca High softball team.  Coach Rick Pate recounted an extraordinary year for the Lady Bobcats.  The Cats won 28 out of their 36 games.  Their batters hit 43 home runs.  Four of their five seniors intend to […]

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New coach looks forward to meeting Walhallans

The newly-named head coach of Walhalla High baseball looks forward to meet-and-greet the public at an event next week at the high school.  That’s when Tim Cummings gets to meet players, parents, and fans of the Razorbacks at 6 o’clock Tuesday night in the school auditorium.  Cummings moves from one traditionally good high school program (Blue Ridge of Greenville County) […]

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No 8-and-under Walhalla football

Parental concern over the potential for concussions is being laid as the reason why there won’t be enough children to field an 8-and-under recreation department football team this year in Walhalla.  Recreation Director John Galbreath made the announcement during last night’s city council meeting.  Galbreath told the city’s elected leaders that parents are aware of growing reports about the propensity […]

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