SHS names Louis Holleman Men’s Golf Coach

Seneca High School recently named Louis Holleman the head men’s golf coach.  Coach Holleman is a life-long Seneca resident where his children attended Seneca High School.  Prior to serving in the Student Services Department at the School District of Oconee County, he taught 13 years at Seneca Middle School.  During that teaching tenure, he coached C-team basketball for 3 years.  […]

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Bobcats beat Vikings on Hardwood

The Seneca Bobcat varsity basketball teams won in dominate fashion last night on the road against the Emerald Vikings.  The Lady Cats beat the Lady Vikings, 63-32.  Seneca’s Jessica Sparks lead all scorers with 24 points, including eight three-pointers.  The Bobcats also won in impressive fashion, 66-57.  The Bobcats had four players in double figures; Xzavier Barmore had 14 points, […]

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Tigers survive close game with Ga Tech

Clemson continues to walk that fine line between victory and defeat in ACC basketball. The Tigers held off Georgia Tech 63-60 last night at Littlejohn Coliseum to win their second straight league game and improve to 4-4 in the ACC.  Both of Clemson’s wins in the current streak were by single digits. Its Clemson’s sixth straight win over Georgia Tech, five in a […]

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Gamecocks runaway from Razorbacks

Behind 20 points and six rebounds off the bench from junior guard Brian Richardson, South Carolina defeated Arkansas 75-54 at Colonial Life Arena for its first home conference win of the season. The 21-point margin of victory is the largest in conference play since an 18-point win over Kentucky on Feb. 25, 2009. Richardson’s 20 points matched a career high […]

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Clemson falls to FSU on Buzzer Beater

Florida State senior Michael Snaer banked in a three-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Seminoles to a 60-57 victory over Clemson on Thursday night. With the game knotted at 57 apiece, Clemson could only muster a contested three-pointer from the corner to give the Seminoles possession with eight seconds to go. Snaer walked the ball up and took a […]

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Deke Adams named to USC Coaching Staff

Deke Adams has been named defensive line coach at the University of South Carolina.  He has a lot of experience coaching the defensive line, and in recruiting the state of North Carolina and other parts of the South.  Adams spent the 2012 season as the defensive line coach at North Carolina after serving the three previous seasons in the same capacity […]

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Gamecocks fall to Commodores

After cutting a 10-point deficit to two, South Carolina’s comeback fell short as Vanderbilt defeated the Gamecocks 58-51 in conference action at Colonial Life Arena. Senior Lakeem Jackson recorded his 500th career rebound in a Gamecock uniform in the Saturday contest.  With the loss, South Carolina falls to 11-6 overall and 1-3 in SEC play.

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Tigers bounced by Wolfpack

Clemson’s comeback effort fell short in 66-62 loss at No. 14 NC State on Sunday.  Clemson fell behind 10-0 only to tie it twice in the second half in the upset bid.  Devin Booker had a game- and career-high 27 points for the Tigers.  With the loss, Clemson falls to 10-7 on the season and 2-3 in ACC play.

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West-Oak Grad to play in Super Bowl

A former West-Oak High School student athlete will play in this year’s Super Bowl.  Westminster native Andy Lee is the All-Pro punter for the San Francisco 49ers and is regarded as one of the best at his position in all of football. The 49ers punched a ticket to Super Bowl 47 in New Orleans on Sunday after defeating Atlanta 28-24 […]

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