Coming into Friday night’s showdown with South Carolina, there was no doubt that Clemson centerfielder Wilson Boyd was struggling.
Life after C.J. Spiller does officially begin this Sunday, when Clemson holds the first of 15 scheduled spring practices.
Clemson junior April Sinkler has been named the ACC’s Most Valuable Women’s Field Event Athlete for the second straight season.
Call it a clean sweep for the basketball teams from Daniel High School, both of which will be playing for State championships tonight in Columbia.
The Tamassee-Salem High School baseball team fell on Thursday night in a scrimmage against Rosman (Ga.) by a final score of 13-0.
Gregory Alan Terry
Three incumbents and a challenger have received the endorsement of The Journal in Tuesday’s Seneca City Council elections.
E. Riley gets the nod for re-election.
U.S. Engine Valve’s Diversity Council sponsored a “Hearts for Haiti” project in February.
James B. Clary, author of “A History of the 15th SC Infantry 1861-1865,” will be speaking at the Old Pendleton District Genealogical Society meeting at 7 p.m. on March 15, at the Central Clemson Library.
Marine Corps League Auxiliary members, from left, Cheryl Rupprecht, Joyce Brickett and Nancy Melton, make a delivery of donated items to Our Daily Rest in Seneca.
Walhalla Middle School hosted Family Learning Night recently.
Mt. Nebo #2 Missionary Baptist Church held its installation program for two trustees, Bro. William Gantt and Sis. Agnes Hampton
Westminster Elementary Kindergarten has married Q & U!
Casserole, it’s such a yummy word. Seneca Middle School sixth-grade student Claire Yu certainly finds it scrumptious now.