Awards of the decade gathered from input of coaches throughout the state.
Articles with Seneca
Fifty years of champions. Fifty years of record-breaking performances. Fifty years of memories.
Coen Roberts just keeps winning.
Presented by Go-Green Events.
It's a high-five for Riverside.
The first month of the cross country season included a hurricane, heat and heavy competition.
Next up in the scrunners series presented by Go-Green Events is the Starlight Reservation Run.
Next up in the scrunners series presented by Go-Green Events is the Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic this Saturday.
The big question. What motivates you to run and compete in track and cross country? What drags you to practice every day?
Byrnes coach Kevin Wyatt was named assistant coach for the Mike Moore Shrine Bowl Run in December of this year.
The South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association announced track and field end of the season awards and Sharonda -Coleman Singleton scholarship recipients today.
Seneca coach Karl Addis was involved an accident on the way home from a track and field meet on March 15.
Ashley Perry was a member of the Daniel Lions girls' cross-country team that won the state championship in 2000.
SCTCCCA poll released after Mike Moore Lake Murray Invitational.
Seneca senior Dakota Morrow learned that she had been accepted into the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Port, N.Y., the first from Seneca High School.
SENECA -- This time of year, you can usually find Tom Jordan either fishing on one of South Carolina's Upstate lakes or working at Tom Bass Field on the Seneca High campus.
SENECA – One Holland girl will soon graduate from Seneca High holding some pretty impressive track and field marks, with another young lady from that same family coming up right behind her.
Chelsea Taylor is the lone senior on the women's track & field team. (via www.cofcsports.com)
Seneca senior Alexandria Mills talks about her final meet as a Bobcat and the future.
Greenville alumna Sandi Morris finished second in the pole vault at USATF Junior Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. (Photo courtesy of Josh Langley)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- Seneca graduate LaKya Brookins, a senior at University of South Carolina, talks about the sport and her future in it.
Seneca's D'yandra Morris talks about setting a new shot put school record and first female Bobcat to throw over 40 feet. Morris also talks about the season, shot put and other sports she is involved with.
LaKya Brookins is fast. If the South Carolina senior can claim her second NCAA 60-meter championship in three years at this weekend's NCAA Indoor Championships at Texas A&M, she will cap off her career in stunning fashion. (via www.gogamecocks.com)
Louisiana State University freshman Jasmin Stowers won the 60-meter hurdles at the Southeastern Conference Championships in Arkansas.
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Pendleton alumna Jasmin Stowers (LSU) finished second in the finals of the 60-meter hurdles championship at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational at The Armory.
University of South Carolina's LaKya Brookins (Seneca) and Matt Shuler (White Knoll) brought home wins for the Gamecocks at the Texas A&M Challenge Saturday.
Westside coach Kwabene Brown attended the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association winter meeting earlier today at the high school league office in Columbia. Brown suffered a brain aneurysm in June 2007. https://sc.milesplit.com Web master John Olson interviewed Brown during the event.
University of South Carolina incoming freshman LaKya Brookings, of Seneca, made the 2007 USA Today all-USA Track and Field team.Photo provided
Bobcat coaches look to train early
Seneca's Brookins signs with USC, James Island's Wood signs with Coastal Carolina