Archive For September 2007

Seneca loses to Stephens County

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After weathering a long rain delay, the Seneca football team still saw plenty of lightning in the form of Stephens County tailback Tauren Poole as the Indians bested the hometown Bobcats by a final score of 34-20 Friday night.
Poole, who has a soft verbal commitment to the University of Tennessee, sliced the Seneca defense for 258 yards and four touchdowns after a rain delay pushed the scheduled start time of 7:30 p.m. back to 8:45 p.m.
Seneca (0-2) showed some promise on offense during the loss, as tailback C.J. Washington came alive in the second half to total 155 yards on the evening, including a 71-yard touchdown rumble in the third quarter.
Bobcats’ quarterback Joel Smith also shined, as he completed 10 passes for 79 yards, almost all of which came as he rolled out of the pocket.

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Walhala defeats Dixie Friday night

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An unstoppable Walhalla offense put up seven touchdowns while the Razorback defense kept the Dixie Hornets off the scoreboard for a 49-0 victory. Walhalla finished with 530 yards in the game, led by junior quarterback Rob Middleton with 253 yards on 15-of-20 passing with two touchdowns. Junior tailback Meeshon Thompson helped keep the Razorback offense balanced with 155 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns.

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Keep on rolling

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For the second straight week to open its season, the Daniel High School football team avenged a loss from last season – this time rolling to a 28-12 win over the AAAA T.L. Hanna Yellow Jackets Friday at Singleton Field in Central.
After the teams traded punts to open the game, the Jackets forced another Daniel three-and-out before breaking the scoreless tie as junior Brandon Williams capped a five-play drive with a score from four yards out. Hanna took a 6-0 lead after the extra-point attempt failed.

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What does Seat Equity Plan mean for Clemson’s loyal following?

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Recently, The Daily Journal/Daily Messenger sat down with Clemson University’s Associate Athletic Director for Marketing and Sponsorship Tim Match to discuss in his own words the 2008 IPTAY Seat Equity Plan for Memorial Stadium and what it means to Clemson University and its loyal following.

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Clemson’s Watkins excited about FSU, season

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This Monday night will mark the beginning of the final season linebacker Nick Watkins will have with the Clemson Tigers. Clemson plays host to Florida State on Labor Day night on ESPN at 8 p.m.
The senior from New Orleans will run down the hill and enjoy all the national exposure because the contest is the lone game of the evening.

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Tigers fall in the final minute of overtime

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The Clemson men’s soccer team opened its regular season Friday night with a 1-0 loss to South Carolina at Riggs Field. The 12th ranked Tigers hosted the Gamecocks in front of a packed house of 6,337 fans. The game was delayed by thirty minutes due to impending thunderstorms, but that did not deter the loyal Clemson fans.

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Katrina … two years later

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When Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi and portions of Alabama on Aug. 29, 2005, it marked the deadliest U.S. Hurricane since 1928 and the most costly natural disaster in U.S. history.

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Clemson police chief says department ready for FSU game

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Attending a Clemson home football game is an exciting experience, but even the most ardent Tiger fans have to admit that game day traffic is a nightmare.

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USC’s Boyd uses wisdom, leadership during troubling time

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The sidelines. The bench. Off the field. They’re situations South Carolina’s Cory Boyd is familiar with.

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South Carolina, Louisiana-Lafayette advantages

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A position by position breakdown of South Carolina’s season opener.

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