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Bobcats’ Stewart makes Shrine Bowl Run Team

Bobcat Senior cross country runner Elijah Stewart was selected to the 2017 Shrine Bowl Run Team, which selects the top senior runners from across the state of South Carolina.  Eli will be a part of a group that runs the game ball to the Shrine Bowl game from Greenville on December 16th. Congratulations Eli!

Bobcats finish 5th and 7th at State Cross Country Championship

Congratulations to the boys’ cross country team who finished 5th in the State Championship on Saturday in Columbia.  They were led by All State Selection Elijah Stewart who finished 5th overall.  Other members of the team were Ryan Nation, James Gibson, Tristan Wood, Sam Dodd, Will Dodd and Nathaniel Hubbard. Congratulations also goes out to

Event Recap: Week of October 28 – November 3

Saturday, Oct 28th Girls Varsity Cross Country AAA Upper State Cross Country Meet th Place Boys Varsity Cross Country AAA Upper State Cross Country Meet th Place Sunday, Oct 29th No event results Monday, Oct 30th No event results Tuesday, Oct 31st No event results Wednesday, Nov 1st No event results Thursday, Nov 2nd No

State Football Playoffs Begin Friday, Nov. 3

The Bobcat Football team will host the Clinton Red Devils in the first round of the AAA State Playoffs November 3 at 7:30 at Bobcat Stadium. All-Sports Passes, Season Football Tickets, and Oconee County passes are NOT valid for playoff games due to S.C. High School League rules.  Admission is $7.00 for everyone. Platinum and Gold Parking Passes ARE valid for

Seneca vs Pendleton – Senior Night Recognition

Seneca High School is proud to present and recognize the football players, student trainers, cheerleaders, and band members of the graduating class of 2018. It is Seneca High School’s privilege to recognize our outstanding athletes, musicians, and their parents, who have supported our school and athletic department these past four years. We offer congratulations to

Event Recap: Week of October 14 – October 20

Saturday, Oct 14th Boys Varsity Cross Country Sandhills Invitational th Place Girls Varsity Cross Country Sandhills Invitational th Place Sunday, Oct 15th No event results Monday, Oct 16th No event results Tuesday, Oct 17th Boys Varsity Cross Country Region 1-AAA Championship th Place Girls Varsity Cross Country Region 1-AAA Championship th Place Wednesday, Oct 18th

Bobcat Boy’s Cross Country Wins Region Championship

The Bobcat boys’ cross country team competed at the Region 1-AAA Championships on Tuesday, October 17th at Pendleton High School and scored 38 points to win their first region championship since 1999 (18 years).  They were led by Region Runner Up and All Region selection Elijah Stewart, who ran a personal best time of 16:55. 

Girls’ Cross Country team wins 2nd straight Region Championship

The Bobcat ladies cross country team competed in the Region 1-AAA Championships Tuesday, October 17th at Pendleton High School.  They scored 29 points to win their second straight region crown over second place Walhalla High School.  They were led by Region Runner Up Carson Towe, who was also named All Region.  Other All Region selections

Volleyball travels to Chapman

The Seneca Varsity Lady Cat Volleyball team will travel to Chapman Wednesday evening for the first round of the 3A playoffs. The Lady Cats defeated the West-Oak Warriors Monday evening in a tie breaker match giving them 4th place in the region and the final playoff spot. Match time is 6pm. Chapman High School is