Article Archive for 23 September 2017
CLEMSON — It wasn’t pretty, but the No. 2 Clemson Tigers took care of business on Saturday.
While watching this week’s Monday Night Football game between Green Bay and Atlanta, my father randomly texted to ask if I’d been to the new mega-modern Mercedes-Benz Stadium yet.
Beating the Pickens Blue Flame at its own game, the Seneca Bobcats coasted to victory on Friday night, outgaining the Blue Flame by 51 yards on the ground in a lopsided 38-0 win at Bill Isaacs Field in Pickens. Firing on all cylinders after a disheartening loss last week, the Bobcats were efficient on both sides of the ball, leading to high praise being given by Seneca head coach Hal Capps following the contest.
When Daniel Swaney returned home from his last deployment in Afghanistan with the U.S. Air Force, he was depressed and down.
The total number of Oconee students and school administrators have remained largely static over the past 20-plus years despite having two fewer schools in the county, according to statistics provided by the school district.
LIBERTY — The West Oak Warriors traveled to Liberty on Friday night hoping to end a losing streak that spans 15 games and goes back to the 2015 season. After starting the 2017 season winless in five attempts, head coach Josh Pierce and company were throttled by the Red Devils, falling by a final score of 44-0.