Articles in High Schools
LIBERTY — Coming off a thrashing of rival West-Oak to start the season, the good vibes came to a quick end Friday night for the Walhalla High School football team, which received an unwelcomed wakeup call on the road at Liberty.
Chapman brought a No. 1 ranking to Coach Tom Bass Field on Friday, a lofty spot based on last year’s 3A state championship — and the potential of the team to repeat.
No. 7 Seneca’s 55-6 thrashing of Berea last Friday checked off all the right boxes for a season opener, and Bobcats boss Hal Capps had few complaints about the way his charges ushered in the 2017 campaign.
The 2017 South Carolina High School League volleyball season officially gets underway on Monday, and the four schools in the Mountain Lakes area — like all schools taking the court across the Palmetto State — are hoping for campaigns that extend beyond the regular season.