Archive For November 2007

Clemson’s Jenkins moves up depth chart

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CLEMSON — The 2007 football season has been a year of learning and firsts for former Daniel High School standout Jarvis Jenkins.

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Nostalgic feelings around Daniel program

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CENTRAL — After the Daniel High School football team clinched the Western AAA title two weeks ago with a resounding victory over Greenville, it began to look as those the Lions had slipped back a decade – much to the delight of everyone involved with the program.

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In the huddle…

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Blanding, a senior WR, is the Bulldogs’ leading receiver with 42 catches for 683 yards on the season.

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It doesn’t get any easier

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PENDLETON — After closing its regular season with six consecutive wins, the Pendleton High School football team secured a home game for its playoff opener Friday.

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It’s been an easier week as Bobcats prepare for seventh-ranked Chester

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SENECA — Coaching football at Seneca High School has been a little bit easier this week for head coach Brian Smith.

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Razorbacks dealing with disappointment of missing out on playoffs

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WALHALLA — Despite a season that saw Walhalla High School have perhaps its most explosive offense in recent memory – including a number of school records being set – it’s safe to say that the outcome was disappointing to most in the Razorbacks’ camp.

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Warriors not content with simply reaching the postseason

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WESTMINSTER — The West-Oak High School football team split its season series with rival Walhalla

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To zone or not to zone

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WALHALLA — At first they wore badges proclaiming, “Freedom — No zoning.” Now, they are wearing orange hats with an even more succinct message, “No zoning.”

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Laughter amid tears at Clemson

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CLEMSON — “Half of me is dead.” Meredith Yelton, 19, said those grim words Wednesday at a Clemson Univeristy memorial service for her twin sister, Emily Yelton, who died Sunday in a house fire at Ocean Isle Beach, N.C.

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Clemson at Duke Game Available on ESPN Gameplan in 42 States

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The Clemson vs. Duke football game in Durham on Saturday, November 3 will be televised live in 42 states over ESPN Gameplan.

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