Archive For March 2008

New Seneca football coach saves infant’s life

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Like all coaches, Ron Duncan has faced his share of game pressure situations through the years — where one crucial play call could mean the difference between a win or loss.

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Clemson women’s basketball travels to FSU

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A capsule look at the Tigers’ game against the Seminoles tonight.

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Gentry brings experience to sports section

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For outdoor enthusiasts, a familiar name will soon become a familiar part of the Daily Journal/ Daily Messenger sports section beginning next Friday.

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Clemson football should be held to higher standards

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With the exception of North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky, UCLA and a few others, football is the engine that drives the athletic programs of most Division I universities — both from a financial standpoint and in the hearts and minds of fans.

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Going long- Tigers say that’s not the best way to beat South Carolina

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Clemson shortstop Stan Widmann says the Tigers’ best chance to beat No. 10 South Carolina today and tomorrow, as part of a two-day home-and-home series is to not get into a slugging battle with the high-powered Gamecocks.

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Tigers take on South Carolina this weekend

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A capsule look at Clemson’s home-and-home series with the Gamecocks this weekend.

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Lions stave off rally for win at Seneca

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Although it was only a preseason game between Daniel and Seneca on Friday night, there was a midseason feel on the diamond Friday night when the teams came together at Coach Mac Field in Seneca.

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OCA girls’ soccer wins season opener

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The Oconee Christian Academy girls’ soccer team won its season opener with a 9-0 victory over Grace Christian School Friday in Columbia.

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SWU gains split in Smash Hit finale

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The Warriors’ first four games at the Smash Hit Tournament all went down to the wire, but when they needed breaks to go their way, it never happened. It finally happened in the final game of the tournament as the Warriors erased a 4-0 deficit and held on to win 9-8.

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Clemson tennis splits doubleheader

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Clemson defeated Navy 7-0 and lost to Princeton 4-3 in men’s intercollegiate tennis action at Clemson Friday.

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