Articles in High Schools
WALHALLA — After a regular season hailed as the best in more than two decades, the Walhalla High School football team saw its season come to a close Friday night, as it suffered a heartbreaking home loss to Broome by a final score of 31-24.
Seneca’s only two touchdowns Friday night came on its first offensive play and its last offensive drive, but it was good enough for a victory to keep its season alive.
It would have been natural for the Seneca High School football team to celebrate and bask in its accomplishments last Friday night.
It was announced Wednesday a trio of area athletes will close out their high school careers by taking part in all-star games in their respective sports.
WESTMINSTER — In 2016 the West-Oak Warriors football team finished the season winless. Friday night in Westminster, coach Josh Pierce and the Warriors had a chance to avoid a repeat performance and secure a playoff spot in 2017 against region foe Crescent, but were unable to do so, falling by a final score of 29-3.