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The Seneca Lady Bobcats appeared to have a fight on their hands early against the West-Oak Warriors on Tuesday night.
In capping off a perfect 15-0 season with a national championship win over Alabama, the Clemson seniors went out on top Monday with a night to remember.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — It’s no secret that, since the inception of the College Football Playoff in 2014, Alabama and Clemson have separated themselves nationally as consistent title contenders.
With the spring semester right around the corner, Clemson wide receiver Carter Groomes had found himself doing a lot of praying lately.
CLEMSON — The dejection in the locker room after Clemson’s season ended in the Sugar Bowl last season couldn’t have been any more painfully evident at night’s end.
Clemson players and coaches took time to snap photos in front of the College Football Playoff logo and greet a group of youth football players after touching down in California on Friday evening, but make no mistake — business was first and foremost on their minds.
As Alabama and Clemson fans make the cross-country trek to Santa Clara, Calif., for Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game, some local residents are stomaching rising airfare prices to support their Tigers in California.
LIBERTY — The Seneca High School boys’ basketball team opened Western 3A region play on Friday night in strong fashion, beating Liberty 61-41 on the road.