Articles by Vicki Tymon
CLEMSON — With Clemson’s offense facing a lot of questions both coming into Saturday’s game against Syracuse and during it, when quarterback Trevor Lawrence left the game injured in the second quarter, it was the defense’s job to step up and hold steady.
HONEA PATH — If seeing is believing, the Walhalla High School football team made believers out of a lot people Friday night at Belton-Honea Path.
LIBERTY — Collecting a commanding region win, the Seneca Bobcats utilized their ground game to trounce the Liberty Red Devils at Red Devil Stadium on Friday.
WESTMINSTER — Not only has the Pendleton High School football team not lost to West-Oak since 2014, but the Bulldogs haven’t allowed the Warriors a single point on the scoreboard.
WILLIAMSTON — The Daniel Lions got off to a scorching start in region play on Friday as they dismantled the Palmetto Mustangs by a final score of 59-9.
CLEMSON — It was quite an unorthodox week for Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers.
The initial news felt as groundbreaking as an announcement of the sun breaking over the eastern skyline.
With summer starting to loosen its grip on the Upstate and outdoorsmen split between chasing deer in the woods and following college football, the lakes around the Upstate are really starting to empty out.
CLEMSON — It wasn’t easy to tell Kelly Bryant the news.
SENECA — The Oconee Christian Academy boys’ cross-country team won a four-school meet on Tuesday and had strong individual performances along the way.
It’s Trevor time in Death Valley.
South Carolina junior defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw was named the SEC’s co-Defensive Lineman of the Week by the league office Monday.
Cooper Dawson, an offensive and defensive lineman from Hanahan, has set official visits with UCF for Nov. 10 and Vanderbilt for Nov. 17. He’s also planning an official visit to Colorado State, and possibly Princeton.
When I walk into Bobby Dodd Stadium today, there will be a healthy measure of trepidation.