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Seneca golf advances to Upper State qualifier

SENECA — Following a fourth place finish in the two-day Western AAA region golf tournament, the Seneca High School golf team has advanced to the Upper State tournament next Monday at the Links of Tryon in Campobello.

The Bobcats competed on Tuesday at the Green Valley Country Club on Tuesday, and at the Riverside Country Club on Wednesday, both of which are in Greenville.

Miller Capps led the Bobcats both days with scores of 79 and 78, respectively, which earned him a place first-team spot on the Western AAA all-region team.

He combined with his Seneca teammates Kevin Egan, Erik Fredman, Josh Powell and Friar Thompson to place the Bobcats in the top five in the region, along with Greenville, Travelers Rest, Pickens and Woodmont, all of whom will advance to the Upper State tournament.

Greenville 607

Travelers Rest 640

Pickens 652

Seneca 693

Woodmont 697

B-HP 710

Daniel 734

Berea 875

Green Valley Country Club

Seneca (342) — Capps 79, Powell 83, Thompson 88, Fredman 92, Egan 102.

Riverside Country Club

Seneca (351) — Capps 78, Thompson 82, Powell 94, Egan 97, Fredman 97.

Seneca 5

Berea 1

(girls’ soccer)

SENECA — The Seneca High School girls’ soccer team concluded its regular season with a 5-1 win over Berea on Wednesday night.

The Bobcats (8-12-1, 6-8 Western AAA) jumped out to a 4-1 halftime advantage on the visiting Bulldogs on the way to the victory.

Brianna Kay scored two goals in the win, while Krystal Goss, Emily Nicholson and Courtney Pund also netted goals for Seneca.

The Bobcats will now await word on their destination for the postseason, which will get underway on Monday.

Seneca 5, Berea 1

BHS 1 0 — 1

SHS 4 1 — 5

Goals

S — Kay 2, Goss, Nicholson, Pund

Bobcat netters wrap season

Staff Reports

SENECA — The Seneca High School tennis team completed its season with a final record of 6-8, including a 2-8 mark in Western AAA region play.

The team got the season off to a strong start by winning its first three matches, including a pair of wins over cross-county rival West-Oak. The Bobcats then lost their next three matches to Greenville, Belton-Honea Path and Daniel, before defeating another cross-county rival, Walhalla, in consecutive matches. Seneca then defeated Woodmont before dropping its season finale to Travelers Rest.