Articles in Local Sports
If you’re tuning in this morning expecting some sincere show of contrition, just a piece of advice: Don’t bother.
The Seneca High School girls’ soccer team defeated Pendleton in a scrimmage on Thursday night by a final score of 6-0.
Though it thrived on streaky shooting through its entire season, the strength of the Walhalla High School boys’ basketball team ended up leading to its demise in the first round of the Class 2A State playoffs when the Razorbacks went cold during a crucial third quarter stretch.
The Southern Wesleyan women’s basketball team had its third meeting of the season with North Greenville University on Tuesday night and after the teams split the first two games, the visiting Crusaders won the rubber game in thrilling fashion as Christina Carlis’ basket with two seconds remaining gave her team an 82-80 victory.
The Southern Wesleyan golf team competed in its first tournament of the spring Monday and Tuesday, but didn’t get the results it was hoping for as it finished in 11th place.