Archive For April 2009

Bobcats get aggressive to down West-Oak

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Andy Bay wasn’t complaining after Monday night’s win over Liberty, but the Seneca High School baseball coach knew something was missing in the Bobcats’ 9-6 road victory.

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Seneca’s White signs with Charleston Southern

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Seneca High School football coach Ron Duncan has coached his fair share of top-flight talent during his coaching career, with current Clemson defensive ends Da’Quan Bowers and Ricky Sapp quickly springing to mind.

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Napier looking to bring edge to Clemson offense

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The final whistle at the practice fields had long since passed on Monday afternoon when Clemson assistant Billy Napier came off the field, but the Tigers’ new offensive coordinator was still hot, and with good reason.

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Seneca picks up first win of season over Warriors

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Dominant pitching and timely hitting proved to be the keys to success for the Seneca High School softball team Tuesday night, as the Bobcats captured their first win of the season by a score of 2-1 over cross-county rival West-Oak.

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Miscues cost Eagles against Dixie

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Inside the dugout, Dee Wate and his Tamassee-Salem High School baseball team are well aware that they aren’t nearly as bad as it may have appeared in their 14-1 loss to Dixie on Tuesday night.

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Clemson’s Mijacika splits ACC honor

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Clemson junior Ani Mijacika and Georgia Tech freshman Irina Falconi have been named Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Tennis Co-Players of the Week.

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Tigers continue to climb polls, Mijacika remains No. 1

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With a pair of road victories last week that extended its winning streak to six straight, the Clemson women’s tennis team moved up one position to #11 in Tuesday’s Campbell/ITA Tennis poll. Tiger junior Ani Mijacika remained the top singles player in the nation, holding onto her #1 ranking for the third straight poll, while four other Clemson players were listed in the individual rankings.

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South Carolina-Arkansas baseball game moved

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The South Carolina-Arkansas baseball game scheduled for Sunday, April 5 has been changed to a first pitch time of 1 p.m. to accommodate the commercial flight schedule for Arkansas.

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Tigers lose close one to Georgia

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Georgia scored four runs of its six runs on six of its 10 hits in the third inning and held on to defeat Clemson 6-5 in front of 3,045 fans at Foley Field on Tuesday night.

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Gamecocks fall hard to The Citadel

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The Citadel scored four runs in both the third and sixth innings and behind a six-plus inning effort by left-handed pitcher Matt Talley defeated South Carolina 12-5 on Tuesday evening at Joe Riley Park.

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