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SHS Cross Country coaches win state awards

Two members of the Seneca High School Cross Country coaching staff were awarded state-wide awards at the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association meeting this past Saturday at the SC High School League Office in Columbia. Head Coach Leavell Wall was awarded the State Coach of the Year Award for AAA Girls Cross

Last Chance – Nominate or Apply for the Semper Fidelis All-American Program

Do you have what it takes to be a Semper Fidelis All-American? Time is running out to apply or nominate an athlete for the program. All applications are due Monday, December 31. Selected Semper Fidelis All-Americans will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the 2019 Battles Won Academy, held in Washington D.C.. All-Americans will experience Quantico, tour the Nation’s

It’s a 3-Peat for the Bobcats!

The Seneca High School Cross Country teams competed in the Region 1-AAA Championship Meet last night at Liberty High School.  Combined, 9 Bobcat runners finished in the top 10 and were selected to the All-Region team. As a team, the Lady Cats clinched their 3rd consecutive Region Championship as all 7 runners finished within the top

Basketball Try-Outs Coming Soon!

Try-outs for the Seneca High School Boys & Girls and Junior Varsity teams will take place beginning on October 29th. If you would like to try-out, make sure that you have a completed physical (uploaded to PlanetHS) and all the necessary forms completed.   Boys Try-outs for both JV and Varsity will be Monday and Tuesday,

Bobcat Cross Country Team Ranked #1 in SC

The SHS girls are currently ranked #1 in the state in the AAA classification. This past weekend they placed first overall in the Low Country Invitational, the 3rd largest meet in South Carolina, held on James Island, SC.  Sophomore Carson Towe was named the SC AAA runner of the week, and Micayla Collins was named

Busy Week Ahead for Lady Cats Volleyball

The Seneca Lady Cat Volleyball team begin a busy week tonight hosting region rival Pendleton in an important match. The Lady Cats begin the week 2-2 in region play in a tie for third place in Region 1-3A. The JV match begins at 5:30pm and the varsity match will follow. Wednesday the Lady Cats travel