If there’s to be a high school football season in South Carolina, it’s going to have wait until almost October to begin competition, but hope remains for all traditional fall sports to be played in the coming months despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Coming into the week, the members of the Seneca High School football team had convened for voluntary workouts 24 times since the second week of June.
The South Carolina football team is scheduled to open fall camp this week, and if all goes well for wide receiver Jalen Brooks (6-3, 190) of Harrisburg, N.C., he’ll be running routes with the Gamecocks within a couple of weeks.
Under normal circumstances, fall practice for high school sports across the state would have gotten underway Friday.
Two big commitment announcements are scheduled for this week, beginning today when defensive tackle Payton Page of Greensboro, N.C., will reveal his decision.
At least for now, there is a plan in place to play high school sports this fall in South Carolina, although they’ll start later than usual.
Addison Berry lay on her back after her 800-meter run — the final event of her heptathlon — in Jacksonville, Fla., last weekend when her dad ran up to her to deliver the exciting news.
This weekend, Oconee County will play host to a professionally sanctioned golf tournament — only this type of golf uses discs and baskets rather than clubs and balls.