Articles by Vicki Tymon
CENTRAL — After hearing questions all offseason about how it would respond from a two-win season in 2017, the Daniel High School football team started the year off with a decisive win in Week 0 last week.
CLEMSON — After taking a day off from practice for the first day of the fall semester, the Clemson football team returned to action Thursday — its first day of game preparations for the season opener against Furman next weekend at Memorial Stadium.
CLEMSON — For Kelly Bryant, nothing has changed.
CLEMSON — As was the case the day prior when the Associated Press unveiled its preseason top-25 poll, the Clemson football program again found itself in rare air Tuesday when the organization released its preseason All-American teams.
CLEMSON — Clemson’s group of wide receivers is facing a problem — a good one — that many other of the Tigers’ position groups are facing this preseason.
Clemson was not one of the first major programs to offer safety Jalyn Phillips of Lawrenceville, Ga., but the Tigers are the last team standing with him after his commitment announcement for the Tigers on Monday afternoon.
CLEMSON — If recent history is any indication, the Clemson football team should feel good about where it placed in the Associated Press’ preseason top 25 poll.
CENTRAL — When Hayley Hoover signaled for timeout midway through the third set of her team’s season-opening match against Greenville on Monday night, the Daniel High School volleyball team was on the brink of letting the night slip away.
SENECA — The Oconee Christian Academy boys’ cross-country team opened its season by winning a tri-match with Anderson Christian and Foothills Christian on Monday evening.
CLEMSON — Joe Landrum, Clemson’s first baseball All-American, died Sunday in Columbia at the age of 89, according to a news release from the school Monday.
CENTRAL — If the opening drive of the season was any indication Friday night, the Daniel High School football team isn’t going to consider shying away from opportunity this fall.
CENTRAL — The last time Hayley Hoover took the floor for the Daniel High School volleyball team, the Lions blew past Bluffton for a decisive 3-0 victory and walked out of White Knoll High School in Lexington with the Class 3A state championship.
Time was running out. After a defensive pass interference call, the Clemson Tigers had the ball at the 2-yard line.
Quite often on Saturdays during my weekly radio program, “Upstate Outdoors,” we get calls and texts from Upstate residents asking where the best places to fish from the bank are.