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CLEMSON — Eight former Clemson athletes representing seven sports, plus a former athletic director who made one of the most important coaching hires in the 123-year history of the school’s athletic department, represent the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame Class for 2019.
SENECA — A number of Oconee County high school track and field standouts punched their tickets to Columbia over the weekend with strong showings in the Class A/3A state-qualifying meet, which was held Saturday at Seneca High School.
A little more than week after his voice was heard on a federal wiretap in the ongoing college basketball corruption trial, it was announced Friday that Clemson men’s assistant basketball coach Steve Smith is no longer employed by the university.
When the Eastside High School girls’ soccer team scored the first goal of Friday night’s Class 4A third-round playoff game, Daniel answered with a goal two minutes later.
It was announced Friday that Clemson baseball coach Monte Lee will be suspended for one game, while pitchers Holt Jones and Sam Weatherly will each be suspended four games due to events that occurred in the Tigers’ win at Georgia Tech on Sunday.
A year removed from the boys’ team winning the Class 3A state championship, the Seneca High School boys’ and girls’ track and field teams will get the comfort of competing at home in today’s Upper State championships with tickets to the state meet waiting to be punched.
SENECA — Just before his team embarked on what proved to be more than 25 minutes of extra time Thursday night, Seneca High School boys’ soccer coach Glenn English told the Bobcats to be smart with their season on the line against Woodruff.