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With only one week remaining before the unofficial beginning of the 2018 boating season on the state’s waterways, the state has witnessed several boating accidents and incidents, including a large boat fire that damaged dozens of watercraft docked at Portman Marina on Lake Hartwell earlier this week.
WALHALLA — After another strong season for both the Walhalla High School boys’ and girls’ soccer teams, Giovanni Zenteno and Branch Mcwhirt were honored as the Western 3A boys’ and girls’ Player of the Year, respectively.
The Major League Baseball season is a quarter of the way through, and the Atlanta Braves have been one of the biggest surprises thus far.
With Doc Redman leading the way with a runner-up finish, Clemson took second place at the NCAA Bryan Regional on Wednesday, locking up a spot in the NCAA National Tournament in Stillwater, Okla., on May 25.
SENECA — For the second year in a row, the Seneca High School baseball team ended its season with a trophy in hand, but it again wasn’t the one the Bobcats wanted.
SENECA — Shooting the low round on both days of the tournament, the Bishop England boys’ golf team captured the Class 3A state championship on Tuesday at Cross Creek Plantation.
COLUMBIA — As strange as it sounds, the Seneca High School boys’ track and field team could have taken its foot off the gas when it found itself tied for the lead going into the final event Saturday afternoon.