If every half of football unfolded like Friday night’s first half for the Daniel Lions, head coach Randy Robinson would be able to rest much easier at night.
Two weeks wasn’t nearly enough time for West-Oak High School’s football team to prepare for Carolina Academy.
With little having gone right since the opening drive of the night, it would have been easy for the Walhalla High School football team to throw in the towel on Friday night at Crescent.
While it may be that time of year when football is king, bragging rights will now be on the line annually in Oconee County in a sport that can sometimes get lost in the shuffle.
He may still be mastering his new position, but there’s a burning fire that still smolders inside Chris Robinson to make an impact at the running back position he’s held down each of the last two years.
The Daniel High School girls’ tennis team opened its season with a 4-3 win over Walhalla on Thursday afternoon at Nettles Park.
There’s no doubting that the Seneca High School football team did a lot of growing up in its emotional, come-from-behind victory at Broome last Friday night.
A position-by-position breakdown of Friday’s game in Greenville
A look at what the Bobcats have to do for a win on Friday night
Seneca High School junior Thomas Brown recorded his second interception of the season last week against Broome, helping him match his season total from a year ago.
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