Seneca Girls Varsity Basketball

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Seneca High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Greenville Tech Charter High School 92-27

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 6:00 PM Greenville Tech Charter High School AWAY 27 Seneca High School HOME 92 Game Recap The Lady Cats defeated the Greenville Tech Charter Warriors Wednesday night 92-27. Tadajia Brown Lee the Lady Cats with 16 points. The Lady Cats return to action Friday night at home against Daniel. Tip off

Seneca High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Easley High School 72-22

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 6:00 PM Easley High School AWAY 22 Seneca High School HOME 72 Game Recap The Lady Cats defeated Easley Tuesday evening at home by a score of 72-22. The Lady Cats were led in scoring by Anne Hamilton Leroy with 21 points. Three other players Kaliah Kendrick, Natalie Windham, and Tadajia

Seneca High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Westside High School 50-40

Friday, December 1, 2017 6:00 PM Seneca High School AWAY 50 Westside High School HOME 40 Game Recap The Seneca Lady Cats defeated Westside by a score of 50-40 Friday on the road at Westside. The Lady Cats were led in scoring by Anne Hamilton Leroy and Tedajia Brown who scored 17 each. The Lady

Seneca High School Girls Varsity Basketball falls to Franklin County, GA 64-37

Thursday, November 30, 2017 6:00 PM Franklin County, GA AWAY 64 Seneca High School HOME 37 Game Recap The Seneca Lady Cats fell to Franklin County (Ga) Thursday by a final score of 64-37. The Lady Cats were led in scoring by Kaliah Kendrick with 11 points. The Lady Cats travel to Westside Friday night

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

Girls Basketball Lose in Upper-State Championship

The girls varsity basketball team lost to Newberry this afternoon 69-49 in the 3A Upper-State Championship. Anne Leroy led the Bobcats with 16 points and Keyia Goodine was second with 11. This afternoon’s game makes an end to a spectacular run for the Girls’ season, with an overall record of 19-8, going 8-0 in the region to