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Your average pro football fan glued to a TV set on Sundays and Mondays (and sometimes Thursdays … and Saturdays after the college football regular season ends) might not be caught dead watching a fashion show, but rest assured — football and fashion are very closely linked.
Seneca’s Carisma Holland turned the South Carolina State High School League state championship track and field meet into her own private playground during her time in the Golden Corner, dominating the competition in discus and shot put.
CLEMSON — Antonio Reynolds Dean, most recently an assistant coach with the University of Rhode Island’s 2017 Atlantic 10 Championship team, has been named an assistant coach with the Clemson basketball program. Head Coach Brad Brownell made the announcement on Monday.
CENTRAL — The Daniel Lions boys’ soccer team began their 2017 campaign having lost seven starters from the year before. Not a lot was expected of them, and the season got off to a slow start. Yet the young squad figured out how to turn it around, with the help of one of its team captains, John Martin.
WALHALLA — In her sophomore year at Walhalla High School, Brianne Hendrickson joined the soccer team. Fast-forward to 2017, and Hendrickson was a team captain as a senior helping to lead the Lady Razorbacks to the third round of the state playoffs.
It’s probably not a wise thing for a sports writer to admit, but I don’t listen to much sports talk radio. There are plenty of talented, knowledgeable hosts out there both locally and nationally, and they often engage in spirited debates with callers who, themselves, know a lot about sports.