Archive For October 2008

Clemson’s Spence blames poor execution for loss

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Though it appears the sky has fallen for the majority of Clemson nation since last Saturday’s 20-17 loss to Maryland, Clemson offensive coordinator Rob Spence views it as just another challenge in a game that is much greater than football.

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Daniel tennis rolls past Warriors

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The Daniel High School girls’ tennis team didn’t lose a single set in defeating West-Oak on Tuesday in Westminster.

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Razorbacks atop region standings with win over Pendleton

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With its first cycle of region games almost complete, the Walhalla High School volleyball team flexed its muscles and remained unbeaten in Skyline AA play after defeating Pendleton by a final score of 3-1 on Tuesday night.

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Clemson women’s soccer team to host Hokies

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The Clemson women’s soccer team will play host to Virginia Tech on Thursday. The contest between the Tigers and the Hokies is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. at Riggs Field. The game will be broadcast live on the internet via ACC Select and can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

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Warriors in third place after opening round of Jack Shadwick Invitational

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The SWU golf team fired a team score 307 on day one of the Jack Shadwick Invitational, hosted by Southern Wesleyan at Cross Creek Plantation, and stands in a tie for third place, just 10 strokes behind leader Lindsey Wilson College.

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SWU’s Wolfe takes home pair of honors

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Kaitlin Wolfe, a sophomore from Rothschild, Wis., has been named the Southern States Athletic Conference Player of the Week and the Beef O’Brady’s Student-Athlete of the Week at Southern Wesleyan University.

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Former Pendleton star Williams named SoCon Player of the Week

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Former Pendleton High School girls’ soccer standout Caitlin Williams was named the Southern Conference Player of the Week this week as a member of the Western Carolina Catamounts.

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Gasoline supply expected to improve

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Most service stations in Oconee and Pickens counties had a larger supply of gas Tuesday, but experts say it may take until well into October before the supply effects of Hurricanes Gustav and Ike recede.

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Journal/Messenger to begin new campaign

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The Daily Journal and Daily Messenger are beginning a telemarketing subscription drive today, with a portion of the proceeds from each new paid subscription to benefit Our Daily Bread soup kitchen.

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When Wall Street bleeds into Main Street

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Left unresolved, financial market woes could severely impact consumer issues, including wages and student loans.

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