Bobcats spoil Senior Night at Daniel

The Seneca High School varsity boys’ basketball team beat their rivals the Daniel Lions last night on the hardwood.  The 74 – 63 victory was the first for the Seneca varsity boys’ team since the 2005-06 season and spoiled Senior Night for the Lions.  The Bobcats had three players score in double figures; ZaZa Barmore poured in 27 points, Marquis […]

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Clemson falls at Virginia

Clemson suffered its largest margin of defeat in an ACC game since 2002-03 when it fell to Virginia at John Paul Jones Arena Thursday night by a score of 78-41.  The 41 points were the Tigers’ fewest in an ACC game since 2005-06.  K.J. McDaniels was the only Tiger to reach double figures, posting 10 points.  Clemson falls to 12-10 with […]

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Bobcats win big on Senior Night

The Seneca High School varsity basketball teams earned big wins over their cross-county rivals the West-Oak Warriors last night at Bobcat Gym on Senior Night.  The Lady Cats beat the Lady Warriors 57-37 behind 13 points from Jessica Sparks and 12 points from Zana Earle.  The Bobcats also had two players in double figures as ZaZa Barmore poured in 27 […]

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Gamecocks fall to Wildcats on road

South Carolina fell to Kentucky 77-55 in conference action Tuesday night. Despite limited minutes due to foul trouble, freshman forward Michael Carrera led the Gamecocks with 18 points and six rebounds, both were team highs.  With the loss, South Carolina falls to 12-10 overall and 2-7 in SEC play.  The Gamecocks return to Colonial Life Arena on Sunday to face Tennessee at […]

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Bobcats split games with Bears

The Seneca High School varsity basketball teams split their games on Friday at the BHP Bears.  The Lady Cats picked up their third win of the week with a 75-53 victory over BHP.  The varsity boys lost 59-58 on a last second 80-foot shot at the buzzer.  The Bobcats are back in action Tuesday night as they host their cross-county […]

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Gamecocks fall to Bulldogs on the Road

Georgia continued its resurgence in SEC play Saturday afternoon in Columbia defeating South Carolina 67-56  at Colonial Life Arena.  The Gamecocks suffered their fourth SEC loss in the last five games to drop to 2-6 in the league and 12-9 overall.  Michael Carrera led South Carolina with 16 points.  This was the 99th meeting in the series, which South Carolina now […]

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Tigers loose to BC

Clemson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde routine between its home and away games continued Saturday with a 75-68 loss at Boston College. The Tigers lost their fourth straight conference road game and are winless in road ACC games this season. Senior forward Devin Booker reached the 1,000-career point milestone with a 20-point day for Clemson.  The loss drops the Tigers to 12-9 overall and […]

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Bobcats bounce Mustangs in Region Play

After two cancellations, the Seneca Bobcats and Palmetto Mustangs were finally able to meet on the hardwood for their Western AAA Region game.  The weather cancelled the original meeting last Friday then the tornado warning on Wednesday forced the makeup game to be postponed to last night.  The Lady Cats defeated the Lady Mustangs 50-42.  The Bobcats won 76-49 and […]

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Gamecocks fall to Florida on the Road

South Carolina fell to Florida 75-36 in conference play on Wednesday night.  South Carolina turned the ball over 17 times, leading to 22 Florida points. The loss drops the Gamecocks overall record to 12-8 and 2-5 in SEC play. South Carolina continues SEC play when it hosts Georgia on Saturday at 1:47pm. The contest will be televised on the SEC Network […]

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Gamecocks set New Classroom Standard

University of South Carolina student-athletes have set a new standard in the classroom. They ended the Fall 2012 semester with the highest departmental grade point average on record, posting a 3.267. Gamecock student-athletes have posted a combined GPA of 3.0 or better for 12 consecutive semesters. Fifteen of the seventeen teams earned at least a 3.0 GPA, with five teams […]

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