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Basketball Awards

The boys and girls basketball teams handed out their yearly awards Sunday afternoon.  The girls winners were: Mashayla Maddox for most improved, Caroline Crowe for the Coach’s Award,  all five seniors won the MVP award,  Keyuana Mapp received the Lady Cat Scholarship, Emily Bright won the academic award for the seventh graders, Natalie Windham won the academic […]

6th Annual Seneca Basketball Christmas Tournament

The annual Seneca Basketball Christmas Tournament will begin Monday at 4:00 with the championship game on Wednesday at 4:30.  The first game will feature Easley facing Oakbrook Prep at 4:00.  They will be followed up by Eastside versus Palmetto at 5:30.  Then, Mauldin versus BHP at 7:00, followed by Seneca versus Liberty at 8:30.  With […]

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Boys Basketball Starts off the Season with a Win

The Boys Basketball season started last Friday against Stephens County from Georgia.  The Bobcats were able to keep Stephens County to single digits in each of the first two quarters while they were able to score 14 and 12 points respectively.  Senior Tristen Hudson led the Bobcats in scoring with 16 points and was 3 […]

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Football Season Comes to a Close

As the season comes to a close Coach Capps said he feels good with his first season in the books, and he is proud that the kids stayed true to the team.  He went on to say that even though the team did not get to the state championship he is happy that they ended […]

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Girls Tennis team falls to Clinton

The Girls Tennis team fell to Clinton in the second round of the state playoffs.  The Girls Tennis team finished 7-4 with an undefeated region record.  Coach  Molloseau said that she was proud of all the accomplishments that this year’s team had, not just on the courts but in the class rooms as well.  However, […]

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Seneca High School Baseball Player Commits to West Virginia

One of Seneca High School’s pitchers, Tristen Hudson, committed to the University of West Virginia September 24. He said that his reason for choosing West Virginia was because they had the best coaching staff and facilities of the schools he visited.  He added that he loved the city of Morgantown because of its blue collar, […]

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Players of the Week against Easley

The players of the game from the Bobcats match-up versus the Easley Green Wave are: Drew Moore for special teams, Cameron McCutcheon for defense, and Jacory Benson for the offense.  Drew Moore had a reception off of a trick play to put the Bobcats within the ten yard line, setting them up to score.  Cameron […]

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