Articles by Vicki Tymon
WESTMINSTER — The West-Oak High School wrestling team improved its dual meet record to 17-2 this season with wins over Chapin (50-16) and Pendleton (78-6) on Tuesday.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — It’s no secret that, since the inception of the College Football Playoff in 2014, Alabama and Clemson have separated themselves nationally as consistent title contenders.
CLEMSON — The dejection in the locker room after Clemson’s season ended in the Sugar Bowl last season couldn’t have been any more painfully evident at night’s end.
CLEMSON — The Clemson basketball team emerged from its nonconference schedule as the calendar flipped to 2019 sitting at 10-3 on the season and looking for more as ACC play begins.
If you are like every other resident of the Upstate, you are sick and tired of seeing the endless deluge of precipitation fall from the sky.
LIBERTY — The Seneca High School boys’ basketball team opened Western 3A region play on Friday night in strong fashion, beating Liberty 61-41 on the road.
CLEMSON — It came as no surprise, but official word came Thursday afternoon that Clemson will again be without the services of Dexter Lawrence on Monday night against Alabama.
CLEMSON — In one half, Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa became a star.
WALHALLA — After falling behind by double digits in the first quarter, the Walhalla High School girls’ basketball team couldn’t gain control against Franklin County (Ga.), losing 49-44.
WALHALLA — After trading leads throughout the first half and part of the third quarter, the visiting Franklin County (Ga.) Lions put together a 19-1 scoring run to defeat the Walhalla High School boys’ basketball team, 57-46.
College football experts have almost unanimously agreed throughout this season that Alabama and Clemson are the two best teams in the country, and the results of last weekend’s College Football Playoff semifinals provided indisputable evidence of that.
ARLINGTON, Texas — The Clemson players and coaches insisted all week leading up to Saturday’s Cotton Bowl that, while the loss of suspended defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence would hurt, the Tigers’ depth on defense would lessen the blow. They were right on the money.
CLEMSON — It was less than a month ago when the Clemson football team beat South Carolina in Memorial Stadium for its fifth consecutive win in the in-state rivalry series.
When the national letters of intent electronically made their way to Clemson’s football operations building on Wednesday, it was hard to know what had expanded farther — the program’s recruiting footprint, or the pronunciation section of its media guide.