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Sports for 12/14/18

The Union County High School varsity basketball teams travel to face Broome tonight. The girls tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30.

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The UCHS Lady Jackets fell to Greer last night, 38-33. The boys defeated Greer, 77-60. Ladarius Jefferies scored 34 points. Trey Parks added 17 points. Union County improves to 7-2 on the season. Union County wrestling defeated Spartanburg, 57-21. They lost to #4 Broome, 40-39.

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In top 25 action last night, #16 Wisconsin defeated Savannah State, 101-60. None of our in-state schools are in action tonight.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as Union County travels to face Broome. We'll join the girls in progress after Santa Calling at 6:30 p.m. The boys will tip off around 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 12/13/18

In Union County sports today, Jonesville Middle School basketball will be at Pacolet at 4:30. Sims will host Florence Chapel today at 5 p.m. Union County High School wrestling will be at the Broome Quad matches, with middle school, JV, and varsity all wrestling. Varsity basketball will host Greer tonight. The girls tip off at 6, with the boys to follow at 7:30.

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Presbyterian College defeated VMI, 103-70. In top 25 action, #11 Texas Tech defeated Northwestern State, 79-44. #24 Houston knocked off LSU, 82-76. Tonight, #16 Wisconsin hosts Savannah State at 8 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as Union County hosts Greer. We'll join the girls in progress after Santa Calling at 6:30 p.m. The boys will tip off around 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 12/12/18

Spartanburg Christian Academy knocked off the Union County varsity girls last night, 51-37. The boys knocked off SCA, 68-67, in a back-and-forth game last night.

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In college basketball last night, #23 Furman took down Charleston Southern, 77-69. Liberty defeated SC State, 79-55. #17 Villanova fell to Penn, 78-75.

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Tonight's college basketball schedule has VMI at Presbyterian at 7:30 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Santa Calling from 6-6:30. After that, we'll have SC Sports Talk until 8 p.m.

Sports for 12/11/18

Union County High School's varsity basketball games against Greer for last night have been rescheduled to this Thursday night. Tonight, the teams are back in action at Spartanburg Christian Academy. The girls will tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30.

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In Monday Night Football, Seattle downed Minnesota, 21-7. The Seahawks led 3-0 at the half. The Vikings are trying to hold on to a playoff spot, while Seattle improved their positioning. In the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, Houston Texans, and Pittsburgh Steelers are the division leaders. Wild card teams at the moment: LA Chargers and Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens are tied with Miami and Indianapolis. Tennessee is one game back at 6-7, and Cleveland is 5-7-1. In the NFC, the division leaders are the New Orleans Saints, LA Rams, Chicago Bears, and Dallas Cowboys. The wild card teams right now are Seattle and Minnesota. The Vikings are 6-6-1, just ahead of Carolina, Philadelphia, and Washington, who are 6-7. Green Bay is 5-7-1.

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In college basketball today, #23 Furman puts their 10-0 start to the test, as they host Charleston Southern at 7 p.m. The other top 25 game features #17 Villanova at Penn at 7 p.m. The only other in-state matchup features SC State at Liberty at 6 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as Union County travels to take on Spartanburg Christian Academy. We'll join the girls game in progress after Santa Calling at 6:30 p.m. The boys game will tip off around 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 12/10/18

Due to inclement weather, Union County High School's varsity basketball games against Greer have been postponed. They have been rescheduled to Thursday, December 13.

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In NFL action yesterday, the NY Jets got by Buffalo, 27-23. Cleveland sent Carolina to their 5th-straight defeat, 26-20. Green Bay defeated Atlanta, 34-20. Kansas City edged Baltimore, 27-24 in overtime. Miami scored a touchdown on their final play to get by New England, 34-33. New Orleans rolled past Tampa Bay, 28-14. The NY Giants blasted Washington, 40-16. Indianapolis beat Houston, 24-21. The LA Chargers defeated Cincinnati, 26-21. San Francisco got the win over Denver, 20-14. Dallas scored a touchdown in overtime to beat Philadelphia, 29-23. Oakland edged Pittsburgh, 24-21. Detroit prevailed over Arizona, 17-3. Chicago beat the LA Rams, 15-6, handing the Rams just their second loss of the season. Tonight, Minnesota travels to Seattle on Monday Night Football.

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In college basketball, #15 Virginia Tech beat SC State, 81-44. College of Charleston defeated Georgia College, 87-69. Wofford got the victory over Coastal Carolina, 82-71. In top 25 action, #4 Virginia took down VCU, 57-49. #7 Tennessee knocked off #1 Gonzaga, 76-73. #6 Nevada beat Grand Canyon University, 74-66.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 12/7/18

The UCHS varsity basketball teams host Gaffney tonight. The girls will tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30. UCHS wrestling will be in action tomorrow morning at Hillcrest for the Ram Invitational Individuals. The matches start at 9 a.m.

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In the Thursday Night Football game last night, the Tennessee Titans rolled over Jacksonville, 30-9. The game included a 99-yard touchdown run by Derrick Henry of the Titans, tying a record set by Tony Dorsett in 1983.

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In college basketball last night, Gardner-Webb destroyed Bob Jones University, 105-37. #23 Maryland fell to Purdue, 62-60. Wofford nearly doubled up Kentucky Christian, 112-58. SC State knocked off Voorhees College, 90-69, and #18 Iowa defeated Iowa State, 98-84.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as the Yellow Jackets host the Gaffney Indians. The girls tip off at 6, with the boys to follow at 7:30.

Sports for 12/6/18

On the local sports schedule today, the UCHS JV girls' and boys' basketball teams will host Gaffney tonight. The girls will tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:15. Sims hosts McCracken today at 5 p.m. The boys will follow. Jonesville Middle School basketball will travel to Landrum. The girls will tip off at 4:30 p.m., with the boys to follow. The UCHS varsity basketball teams will be back in action tomorrow night at Gaffney. The girls will tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30. The Union County High School wrestling team has a match on Saturday at Hillcrest for the Ram Invitational Individuals at 9 a.m.

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There was one upset in the top 25 last night in college basketball. Minnesota knocked off #24 Nebraska, 85-78. #17 Buffalo, #3 Duke, #19 Ohio State, Virginia Tech, #13Texas Tech, #21 Villanova, #14 North Carolina, and #1 Gonzaga all claimed victories. South Carolina lost to Wyoming last night, 73-64. The Gamecocks led 37-33 at halftime, but Wyoming pulled away in the second half. A.J. Lawson led the Gamecocks with 15 points and 9 rebounds. Chris Silva added 11 points and 8 rebounds. South Carolina is now 4-4 on the season. Next up for the Gamecocks, the Gamecocks travel to Michigan on Saturday at noon. Clemson will be at Mississippi State Saturday at 4.

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In other college basketball action, The Citadel defeated Johnson & Wales, 127-93. Florida Atlantic defeated Mercer, 68-64. NC State defeated Western Carolina, 100-67.

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NFL action for tonight has the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Tennessee Titans at 8:20 p.m. on FOX.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 12/5/18

In varsity basketball action last night, the UCHS Lady Jackets defeated Chapman, 63-48. Senior center Makayla Dyer led the way with 28 points for Union County. In the boys' contest, Union County beat Chapman, 70-68. Ladarius Jefferies led Union County with 27 points, and Ty Eison and Kesean Glover both added 10.

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In college basketball, #2 Kansas defeated Wofford, 72-45. Wofford actually led the Jayhawks 42-41 in the second half before Kansas closed the game on a monster run. #25 Furman knocked off Elon, 98-77. Clemson held off St. Peter's, 65-60. Davidson beat Winthrop, 99-81. Jacksonville beat Presbyterian, 94-88. In top 25 action, #22 Mississippi State defeated McNeese State, 90-77. #8 Auburn knocked off UNC-Asheville, 67-41. #5 Michigan beat Northwestern, 62-60.

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Tonight's in-state college basketball schedule features Johnson & Wales at The Citadel at 7 p.m. Coastal Carolina hosts Hampton at 7:30. USC Upstate will travel to Eastern Kentucky for a 7:30 tipoff. South Carolina travel to Wyoming at 9 p.m.

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Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant announced he will still be a Tiger next year--but a Missouri Tiger. Bryant announced the decision via Twitter last night.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m. After that, we'll have South Carolina Gamecocks basketball for you, as the Gamecocks travel to Laramie, WY, to take on Wyoming at 9 p.m. Gamecocks pregame starts at 8:30.

Sports for 12/4/18

Union County High School's varsity basketball teams will host Chapman tonight. The girls are set to tip off at 6, with the boys to follow at 7:30.

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In Union County sports last night, Sims girls' basketball team defeated Gaffney, 34-21. The Sims boys downed Gaffney, 39-31. The Jonesville boys' basketball team knocked off E.P. Todd, 36-30. We don't have a score for the Jonesville girls. The Union County JV boys defeated Broome last night, 60-37. We don't have a score for the JV girls yet. In varsity action, the Lady Yellow Jackets beat Broome, 47-26. Taylor Beatty scored 17 points to lead Union County. The Lady Jackets had three players scoring in double figures. The varsity boys also got a win over Broome, 75-67. Trey Parks led the Jackets with 16 points. Five Jackets scored in double figures in the win.

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The Philadelphia Eagles took down the Washington Redskins last night, 28-13. The Redskins had another quarterback go down to an injury for the rest of the season. Mark Sanchez will take over starting duties for Washington now.

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Around the top 25 in college basketball last night, #10 Michigan State defeated #18 Iowa, 90-68. #4 Virginia knocked off Morgan State, 83-45. #12 Wisconsin took down Rutgers, 69-64. #11 Florida State beat Troy, 83-67.

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Around the state in college basketball tonight, #25 Furman will travel to Elon at 7 p.m. Clemson will host St. Peter's at 7. Winthrop is at Davidson at 7. Presbyterian hosts Jacksonville at 7, and Wofford travels to #2 Kansas tonight at 8 p.m.

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South Carolina senior wide receiver Deebo Samuel announced that he will be skipping the Belk Bowl and prepare to enter the NFL Draft. Samuel leads the Gamecocks with 62 catches for 882 yards and 11 touchdowns for the season. Samuel was named to the first team AP All-SEC team as an all-purpose player and made the 2nd team as a wide receiver.

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Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is expected to make his announcement about which school he will be transferring to for the 2019 football season. The announcement is set for tonight at 7 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as Union County hosts Chapman tonight. The girls tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30.

Sports for 12/3/18

Union County High School varsity basketball hosts Broome today. The girls tip off at 6 p.m., with the boys to follow at 7:30 p.m.

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Union County fell short of making the state championship, losing to unbeaten Chester Friday night, 21-14. Chester will face Dillon for the 3A state championship this weekend.

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In NFL action yesterday, Baltimore defeated Atlanta, 26-16. Denver knocked off Cincinnati, 24-10. The LA Rams beat Detroit, 30-16. Arizona got past Green Bay, 20-17. Miami held off Buffalo, 21-17. The NY Giants kicked a field goal to beat Chicago in overtime, 30-27. Tampa Bay handed Carolina another loss, 24-17. Jacksonville shut out Indianapolis, 6-0. Houston downed Cleveland, 29-13. Tennessee beat the NY Jets, 26-22. Kansas City outlasted Oakland, 40-33. New England downed Minnesota, 24-10. Seattle breezed past San Francisco, 43-16. In the late game, the LA Chargers rallied to edge Pittsburgh, 33-30. Tonight's game features an NFC East showdown, as Washington travels to Philadelphia.

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In college football over the weekend, #2 Clemson punched its ticket to the College Football Playoffs, defeating Pittsburgh in the ACC Championship, 42-10. Clemson will take on #3 Notre Dame on Saturday, December 29th, at 4 p.m. at the Cotton Bowl. South Carolina defeated Akron, 28-3, to wrap up their regular season with a 7-5 record. The Gamecocks will face Virginia in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte on Saturday, December 29th, at noon.

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In the top 25 in college basketball, #6 Tennessee defeated Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 79-51. #16 Ohio State beat Minnesota, 79-59.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as Union County hosts Broome. The girls tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 11/30/18

The UCHS girls' varsity basketball team defeated Spartanburg Christian Academy last night, 39-28. Union County improves to 2-0 on the season. The varsity boys also beat SCA, 60-46. Jonesville Middle School girls lost to High Point Academy yesterday, but the boys won, 38-27. The Sims girls lost to Boiling Springs, while the Sims boys won.

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Tonight, Union County hosts Chester for the 3A Upper State Championship. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. High school football matchups for tonight's Upper State and Lower State championship games include: Dutch Fork at Summerville and Byrnes at TL Hanna in class 5A. In class 4A, Myrtle Beach travels to Hartsville and Daniel is on the road at Greer. Class 3A matchups are Wade Hampton at Dillon and Chester at Union County. Carvers Bay at Barnwell and Abbeville at Southside Christian are the 2A matchups. In 1A, Hemingway is at Green Sea-Floyds and Lamar will be at Dixie.

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In college basketball tonight, South Carolina hosts Coastal Carolina tonight at 7 p.m. There was one Top 25 game last night: #21 Buffalo 96, Milwaukee 77.

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This weekend's college football schedule includes South Carolina hosting Akron at noon. #2 Clemson takes on Pitt in the Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game at 8 p.m. in Charlotte. Both games can be heard on WBCU. Charleston Southern plays at The Citadel Friday night at 7 p.m. #12 Wofford will be on the road at #2 Kennesaw State in the 2nd round of the FCS Playoffs.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football for you, as Union County hosts Chester tonight at 7:30 p.m. We'll have the Shady's Pick 'Em Show for you from 5:30-6 p.m. At 6, we'll have live coverage of Union's Christmas parade. After that, we'll have more football pregame for you, leading up to the 7:30 kickoff.

Sports for 11/29/18

Union County varsity basketball hosts Spartanburg Christian Academy today. The girls will tip off at 6, with the boys to follow at 7:30. The JV squads will travel to Gaffney today. The girls will tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:15. Sims basketball plays at Boiling Springs. The girls tip off at 5, with the boys to follow. Jonesville hosts High Point Academy at 4:30, with the boys to follow. The UCHS wrestling team has a tri-match today at Powdersville against Powdersville and BHP. The match starts at 6 p.m.

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High school football matchups for this weekend's Upper State and Lower State championship games include: Dutch Fork at Summerville and Byrnes at TL Hanna in class 5A. In class 4A, Myrtle Beach travels to Hartsville and Daniel is on the road at Greer. Class 3A matchups are Wade Hampton at Dillon and Chester at Union County. Carvers Bay at Barnwell and Abbeville at Southside Christian are the 2A matchups. In 1A, Hemingway is at Green Sea-Floyds and Lamar will be at Dixie.

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In college basketball action yesterday, College of Charleston defeated SC State, 83-70. Winthrop beat Tennessee Tech, 82-70. Presbyterian narrowly lost to St. Francis Brooklyn, 90-86. Gardner Webb knocked off USC Upstate, 74-61. Top 25 scores from yesterday include #6 Tennessee over Eastern Kentucky, 95-67. #16 Ohio State were upset by Syracuse in the ACC-Big 10 Challenge, 72-62. #4 Virginia knocked off #24 Maryland in a close contest, 76-71. #8 Auburn defeated St. Peter's, 99-49. #10 Kentucky blasted Monmouth, 90-44. #15 Florida State defeated #19 Purdue, 73-72. #7 Michigan knocked off #11 North Carolina, 84-67.

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This weekend's college football schedule includes South Carolina hosting Akron at noon. #2 Clemson takes on Pitt in the Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game at 8 p.m. in Charlotte. Both games can be heard on WBCU. Charleston Southern plays at The Citadel Friday night at 7 p.m. #12 Wofford will be on the road at #2 Kennesaw State in the 2nd round of the FCS Playoffs.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as the varsity teams host Spartanburg Christian Academy. The girls tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30. We'll be on the air with the pregame lineups at 5:55 p.m.

Sports for 11/28/18

Union County High School's varsity girls' basketball team defeated Chapman last night, 68-50. Senior Makayla Dyer led the way with 18 points. The varsity boys lost to Chapman, 71-65. Senior guard Trey Parks led the Jackets with 20 points, including six three-pointers. Both teams will host Spartanburg Christian on Thursday.

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High school football matchups for this weekend's Upper State and Lower State championship games include: Dutch Fork at Summerville and Byrnes at TL Hanna in class 5A. In class 4A, Myrtle Beach travels to Hartsville and Daniel is on the road at Greer. Class 3A matchups are Wade Hampton at Dillon and Chester at Union County. Carvers Bay at Barnwell and Abbeville at Southside Christian are the 2A matchups. In 1A, Hemingway is at Green Sea-Floyds and Lamar will be at Dixie.

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In college basketball yesterday, The Citadel defeated High Point, 112-87. Marquette knocked off Charleston Southern, 76-55. #13 Virginia Tech fell to Penn State, 63-62. #9 Michigan State were upset by Louisville, 82-78 in overtime. #5 Nevada beat Loyola-Chicago, 79-65. #14 Iowa beat Pittsburgh, 69-68. #22 Wisconsin held off NC State, 79-75. #3 Duke beat Indiana, 90-69.

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In college basketball today, SC State will travel to take on College of Charleston at 7 p.m. Winthrop will be at Tennessee Tech at 7. St. Francis Brooklyn will come to town to take on Presbyterian at 7. Gardner Webb will travel to take on USC Upstate at 7 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/27/18

In Union County sports for today, Sims girls' and boys' basketball will host Whitmire. The girls tip off at 5, and the boys will follow. Union County varsity basketball is at Chapman tonight. The girls tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30. We'll have the games for you on WBCU.

Around Union County in sports last night, the Jonesville Middle School girls' basketball team fell to Campobello, 40-2. Jonesville boys also lost to Campobello, 21-16. The UCHS JV girls' basketball team beat Chapman, 26-21. The JV boys lost to Chapman in double overtime, 47-45.

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Last night in NFL action, Houston defeated Tennessee, 34-17. Former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson had a huge game for the Texans in the win.

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In college basketball, Nebraska upset #16 Clemson, 68-66, and Wofford blew out South Carolina, 81-61. In the top 25, #25 Mississippi State beat Alcorn State, 88-65. #1 Gonzaga took down North Dakota State, 102-60. Texas Southern upset #18 Oregon, 89-84.

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There are two in-state games in college basketball today: High Point at The Citadel at 7 p.m., and Charleston Southern at Marquette at 8 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as Union County travels to take on Chapman. Pregame coverage starts around 5:55 p.m., and the girls tip off at 6. The boys will follow at 7:30.

Sports for 11/26/18

The UCHS JV girls' basketball team will travel to Chapman at 6 p.m., with the boys to follow at 7:15. The Jonesville Middle School teams will host Campobello. The girls tip off at 4:30 p.m., with the boys to follow.

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In high school football Friday night, Union County advanced to the Upper State Championship game with a 27-26 victory over Chapman. Union County will host unbeaten Chester, who defeated Southside, 48-20. We'll have the game for you on WBCU. Pregame coverage will largely be preempted, as we will have live coverage of the Union Christmas Parade prior to the game. In class 5A, TL Hanna defeated Dorman, 35-28, and Byrnes knocked off Gaffney, 27-22. In class 4A, Greer got by Ridge View in a low-scoring game, 6-3. Daniel defeated Wren, 36-14. In 2A, Southside Christian advanced with a 34-21 win over Saluda, while Abbeville shut out Central, 39-0. In 1A, Dixie continued to roll with a 26-6 win over McBee. They will face a tough Lamar squad, as Lamar knocked off Wagener-Salley, 37-17.

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In NFL action yesterday, Buffalo edged Jacksonville, 24-21. Cleveland got a big win over Cincinnati, 35-20. New England downed the NY Jets, 27-13. Philadelphia got by the NY Giants, 25-22. Tampa Bay shut down San Francisco, 27-9. Seattle edged Carolina, 30-27. Baltimore doubled up Oakland, 34-17. The LA Chargers blasted Arizona, 45-10. Denver beat Pittsburgh, 24-17. Indianapolis edged Miami, 27-24. Minnesota defeated Green Bay, 24-17. Tonight, Houston hosts Tennessee on Monday Night Football on ESPN at 8:20 p.m.

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Around the Palmetto State in college basketball, Furman defeated UNC-Asheville, 65-51. College of Charleston beat Memphis, 78-75. Samford knocked off SC State, 77-60. In top 25 action, Villanova upset #14 Florida State, 66-60. In another upset, Oklahoma State knocked off #19 LSU, 90-77. Tonight's in-state schedule includes #16 Clemson hosting Nebraska at 7 p.m. Wofford is at South Carolina at 7 p.m.

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College football scores from the weekend: #2 Clemson defeated in-state rival South Carolina, 56-35. On Friday night, South Alabama knocked off Coastal Carolina, 31-28. SC State lost to NC Central on Saturday in a rescheduled contest, 21-17. Wofford defeated Elon in the first round of the FCS Playoffs, 19-7. They advance to take on #4 Kennesaw State at 2 p.m. Saturday.

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Tonight, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05-6:30. At 6:30, we'll have Clemson Tigers basketball, as the Tigers host Nebraska at 7 p.m.

Sports for 11/23/18

The third round of the class 3A state playoffs begin tonight. Most games kick off at 7:30 p.m. Union County travels to Chapman tonight for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff. Our pregame coverage begins at 5:30 with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show. Playoff matchups tonight: in class 5A, Dorman at TL Hanna and Gaffney at Byrnes; in class 4A, Ridge View at Greer and Wren at Daniel; in class 3A, Southside at Chester and Union County at Chapman; in class 2A, Saluda at Southside Christian and Central at Abbeville; in class 1A, McBee at Dixie and Wagener-Salley at Lamar. Lower state matchups include: in class 5A, Dutch Fork at West Florence and Summerville at Berkeley; in class 4A, North Augusta at Hartsville and North Myrtle Beach at Myrtle Beach; in class 3A, May River at Dillon and Wade Hampton at Hanahan; in class 2A, Barnwell at Timberland and Bamberg-Ehrhardt at Carvers Bay; in class 1A, Green Sea-Floyds at Baptist Hill and Hemingway at Lake View. 

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In the Egg Bowl last night, #18 Mississippi State dominated their rivals Ole Miss, 35-3. Top 25 matchups today: #14 Texas at Kansas; #9 UCF at South Florida; #6 Oklahoma at #13 West Virginia; and #16 Washington at #8 Washington State. On Saturday, #4 Michigan travels to face #10 Ohio State at noon. Georgia Tech travels to face #5 Georgia. At 3:30, Auburn kicks off at #1 Alabama. #7 LSU at #22 Texas A&M kicks off at 7:30. #3 Notre Dame is at Southern Cal at 8 p.m. #21 Utah State plays at #23 Boise State at 10:15 p.m. South Carolina travels to take on #2 Clemson. The Tigers are 26-point favorites in the matchup, which kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. We'll be on the air at 4 p.m. with the Gamecocks pregame show.

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Thanksgiving Day action in the NFL saw the Chicago Bears knock off the Detroit Lions, 23-16. Dallas beat Washington, 31-23. In the late game, New Orleans knocked off Atlanta, 31-17. The rest of the games will be played Sunday or Monday. Carolina hosts Seattle at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football for you, as Union County travels to Chapman in the 3rd round of the 3A playoffs. The Shady's Pick 'Em Show launches our pregame coverage at 5:30 p.m., and kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 11/22/18

There is no local sports action scheduled today. Tomorrow, Union County High School will travel to Chapman for the third round of the AAA state playoffs. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m., and we'll have the pregame coverage starting at 5:30 with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show. Playoff matchups this weekend: in class 5A, Dorman at TL Hanna and Gaffney at Byrnes; in class 4A, Ridge View at Greer and Wren at Daniel; in class 3A, Southside at Chester and Union County at Chapman; in class 2A, Saluda at Southside Christian and Central at Abbeville; in class 1A, McBee at Dixie and Wagener-Salley at Lamar. Lower state matchups include: in class 5A, Dutch Fork at West Florence and Summerville at Berkeley; in class 4A, North Augusta at Hartsville and North Myrtle Beach at Myrtle Beach; in class 3A, May River at Dillon and Wade Hampton at Hanahan; in class 2A, Barnwell at Timberland and Bamberg-Ehrhardt at Carvers Bay; in class 1A, Green Sea-Floyds at Baptist Hill and Hemingway at Lake View. 

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In college basketball last night, Clemson fell to Creighton, 87-82, in the championship game of the Cayman Islands Classic. The Tigers were again led by Marcquise Reed with 27 points. The Tigers will face Nebraska on Monday at 7 p.m.

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In college football, the Egg Bowl is played today as Mississippi State travels to face their rival, Ole Miss at 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow, #14 Texas at Kansas; #9 UCF at South Florida; #6 Oklahoma at #13 West Virginia; and #16 Washington at #8 Washington State. On Saturday, South Carolina travels to take on #2 Clemson. The Tigers are 26-point favorites in the matchup, which kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. We'll be on the air at 4 p.m. with the Gamecocks pregame show.

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Three games are scheduled for today in the NFL on Thanksgiving Day: Chicago at Detroit at 12:30 p.m. on CBS; Washington at Dallas at 4:30 p.m. on FOX; and Atlanta at New Orleans at 8:20 p.m. on NBC.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/21/18

In local sports, the UCHS boys' basketball team were in action against Chapman in the consolation game of the New Horizon Realty Invitational. The Jackets got the better of the Panthers, 73-63. It's a preview of next week's opening game of the regular season, as both the girls' and boys' teams will face Chapman on the road. Girls will tip off at 6, and the boys will follow at 7:30. Next Friday, Union County will host Gaffney.

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Congratulations to the Sims Lady Tigers, as they knocked off Pacolet, 31-16 in the Pacolet Invitational championship game. The boys also won a tournament title, knocking off Whitmire, 34-10.

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A big weekend of high school football is on the way, as Union County travels to Chapman to take on the Panthers in the third round of the AAA playoffs. A win would send them to the Upper State Championship next Friday against either Chester or Southside. Playoff matchups this weekend: in class 5A, Dorman at TL Hanna and Gaffney at Byrnes; in class 4A, Ridge View at Greer and Wren at Daniel; in class 3A, Southside at Chester and Union County at Chapman; in class 2A, Saluda at Southside Christian and Central at Abbeville; in class 1A, McBee at Dixie and Wagener-Salley at Lamar.

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The Clemson Tigers advanced to the championship round of the Cayman Island Classic with a 64-49 victory over Georgia yesterday. Marcquise Reed led the way with 24 points and 9 rebounds for the Tigers. Elijah Thomas added 12 points and 11 rebounds. Clemson will face Creighton in the championship game today. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

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Other college basketball games scheduled today include #1 Duke at #3 Gonzaga at 5 p.m. on ESPN; Winthrop at #10 Kentucky at 1 p.m.; #8 Auburn at Arizona; Louisville at #5 Tennessee; and Marquette at #2 Kansas.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-7 p.m. At 7 p.m., we'll have Clemson Tigers basketball for you, as Clemson takes on Creighton in the championship game of the Cayman Islands Classic. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 11/20/18

In Union County sports last night, the Union County varsity boys' basketball team fell to Blacksburg, 60-59, in the opening round of the first New Horizon Realty Invitational at Union County High School. The Jackets will take on Chapman tonight at 6 in the consolation game. Newberry edged Chapman last night and will take on Blacksburg for the championship tonight around 7:30.

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The Sims Lady Tigers defeated Jonesville yesterday in the first round of the Pacolet Invitational, 52-25. The Lady Tigers will take on the Pacolet-Whitmire winner in tonight's championship at 7 p.m. The Sims boys defeated Jonesville yesterday, 51-25. They will face the Pacolet-Whitmire winner tonight at 8:15 p.m. for the championship.

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In the NFL last night, the LA Rams took down the Kansas City Chiefs in a shootout, 54-51.

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In college basketball last night, #16 Clemson took care of business against Akron, winning 72-69. #17 UCLA beat Presbyterian, 80-65. Charleston Southern defeated Trinity Baptist, 98-49. In top 25 action last night, #8 Auburn beat Xavier in overtime, 88-79. #1 Duke rolled over San Diego State, 90-64, their fourth straight win by 20 points or more. #14 Florida State took care of Canisius, 93-61. #12 Kansas State knocked off Missouri, 82-67. #7 North Carolina beat St. Francis of Pennsylvania, 101-76. #6 Nevada beat Cal Baptist, 90-55. Arizona State upset #15 Mississippi State, 72-67. #3 Gonzaga beat Illinois, 84-78.

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Today's in-state college basketball schedule has #16 Clemson faces Georgia at 1:30 p.m. in the Cayman Islands Classic. We'll have the game for you today on WBCU. The Citadel will be at James Madison at 7 p.m. SC State travels to face Purdue-FW in the Buckeye Classic at 7 p.m. Coastal Carolina hosts Methodist at 7.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Clemson Tigers basketball for you, as #16 Clemson faces Georgia in the Cayman Islands Classic. Clemson pregame starts at 1, and tipoff is at 1:30 p.m. Tonight, we'll have high school basketball, as Union County faces Chapman at 6 p.m. We'll have the pregame lineups for you around 5:55 p.m. on WBCU.

Sports for 11/19/18

In Union County sports, Jonesville and Sims girls' and boys' basketball teams will take part in the Pacolet Invitational today at 4:30. Sims and Jonesville girls face each other at 4:30, while the boys' squads will face each other around 6.

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Friday night, Union County continued to roll through the 3A playoffs, defeating Indian Land, 55-14. The win sets up a third-round matchup at Chapman. Chapman defeated Union County earlier in the season, so the Jackets are looking for revenge. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m.

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NFL scores from the week: on Thursday, Seattle edged Green Bay, 27-24. On Sunday, Dallas got by Atlanta, 22-19. Detroit edged Carolina, 20-19. Indianapolis rolled over Tennessee, 38-10. The NY Giants beat Tampa Bay, 38-35. Houston narrowly defeated Washington, 23-21. Pittsburgh had a 4-point win over Jacksonville, 20-16. Baltimore beat Cincinnati, 24-21. Oakland defeated Arizona, 23-21. Denver edged the LA Chargers, 23-22. New Orleans blasted Philadelphia, 48-7, and Chicago got by Minnesota, 25-20. Tonight, the LA Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs.

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In college basketball over the weekend, SC State fell on the road at Ohio State, 89-61. Wofford lost to Oklahoma, 75-64. South Carolina beat George Washington, 90-55. Oklahoma State beat College of Charleston, 70-58. Northern Kentucky beat Coastal Carolina, 89-83. In top 25 action, #18 Michigan defeat Providence, 66-47. #11 Michigan State blasted Tennessee Tech, 101-33. #10 Kentucky took down VMI, 92-82. #12 Kansas State beat Penn, 64-48. In the Charleston Classic, #16 Virginia Tech beat #23 Purdue, 89-83.

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In college basketball today, #19 Clemson hosts Akron at 11 a.m. Charleston Southern hosts Trinity Baptist at 7:30. Presbyterian College will travel to face #20 UCLA at 11 p.m.

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College football from the weekend saw SC State defeat Savannah State, 21-17. Wofford beat Presbyterian, 45-21. Wofford wins the Southern Conference championship via tiebreaker and receives an automatic bid to the playoffs. They will host Elon on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the first round. Furman defeated Mercer, 35-30. If they had allowed 16 points or less, Furman would have won the conference and the automatic bid to the playoffs. The Citadel hung tough with Alabama, playing to a 10-10 tie at halftime, before the Crimson Tide pulled away for a 50-17 victory. Georgia Southern beat Coastal Carolina, 41-17. Clemson rolled past Duke, 35-6. South Carolina got a 49-9 win over Chattanooga.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-7:20. At 7:20, we'll have UCHS basketball for you, as the Union County varsity boys' team plays in the opening round of the New Horizon Realty Invitational Tournament at Union County High School. Tipoff is set for 7:30, as Union County takes on Blacksburg.

Sports for 11/16/18

Tonight, the Union County High School varsity football team hosts Indian Land in the second round of the 3A playoffs. Kickoff at Union County Stadium is set for 7:30 p.m., and we'll have all the action on WBCU, starting with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show at 5:30.

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In college basketball around the state last night, Presbyterian blew out Boyce, 102-49, and Furman easily defeated North Greenville, 107-67. Furman's Jordan Lyons became the second player in two nights to tie an NCAA record by hitting 15 three-pointers and scoring a career-high 54 points to lead the Paladins to the win. In top 25 action, #16 Virginia Tech defeated Ball State, 73-64. #23 Purdue knocked off Appalachian State, 92-70. UConn upset #15 Syracuse, 83-76. #21 TCU beat Fresno State, 77-69. Iowa knocked off #13 Oregon, 77-69. #3 Gonzaga rolled past Texas A&M, 94-71.

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Tonight's in-state college basketball schedule: Coastal Carolina at Manhattan at 4:30 p.m.; SC State at Cleveland State at 7; Charleston Southern at Middle Tennessee at 7:30; The Citadel at Texas at 8 p.m.; and Wofford at Stanford at 10 p.m.

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In college football action, Toledo knocked off Kent State, 56-34. Houston defeated Tulane, 48-17. North Texas edged Florida Atlantic, 41-38.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football for you, as Union County hosts Indian Land in the 2nd round of the 3A playoffs. The Shady's Pick 'Em Show launches our pregame coverage at 5:30 p.m., and kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Sports for 11/15/18

In Union County sports yesterday, the Sims Lady Tigers defeated Whitmire, 33-11, in their first preseason scrimmage. On Wednesday, the UCHS girls' and boys' basketball teams were represented at High School Basketball Media Day at Byrnes High School. WBCU was on hand to interview the teams and players.

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Union County football will host Indian Land tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. in the second round of the 3A playoffs. Indian Land defeated Crescent in the first round, 29-14. Union County blasted Chesnee in the first round, 56-13.

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In college basketball, #19 Clemson knocked off Sam Houston State last night, 74-59. USC Upstate lost to VMI, 78-72. The Citadel blasted Johnson Florida, 137-60. In top 25 action, #18 Michigan beat #8 Villanova, 73-46. #11 Michigan State knocked off UL-Monroe, 80-59. #1 Duke rolled over Eastern Michigan, 84-46. #9 Auburn beat Mississippi College, 103-52. Indiana upset #24 Marquette, 96-73. #10 Kentucky beat North Dakota, 96-58.

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College basketball tonight around the Palmetto State has Boyce at Presbyterian at 1 p.m. North Greenville plays at Furman at 7 p.m.

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In college football action last night, Ohio defeated Buffalo, 52-17. Miami of Ohio beat Northern Illinois, 13-7.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/14/18

Bailey Betenbaugh will have her official signing with the University of South Carolina to play college softball today at 10:30 a.m. at Union County High School.

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In-state college basketball action last night saw the College of Charleston took down Rhode Island, 66-55. South Carolina bounced back from their surprising loss to Stony Brook on Friday, knocking off Norfolk State, 81-64. Furman edged Gardner-Webb in overtime, 88-86. Winthrop beat Pfeiffer, 134-99. Wofford blasted Carver Bible, 94-35. Charleston Southern beat SC State, 89-72. Tulane beat Coastal Carolina, 81-76. In top 25 action, #22 LSU beat Memphis, 85-76. #5 Tennessee knocked off Georgia Tech, 66-53.

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Tonight's college basketball schedule includes: Sam Houston State at #19 Clemson at 7 p.m.; USC Upstate at VMI at 7; Johnson Florida at The Citadel.

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In a Tuesday night college football game, Ball State edged Western Michigan, 42-41.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05 to 6:30 p.m. At 6:30, we'll have Clemson Tigers basketball, as the Tigers host Sam Houston State. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m.

Sports for 11/13/18

In Union County sports, Sims girls basketball scrimmages at Whitmire at 5 p.m. today. Bailey Betenbaugh will have her official signing with the University of South Carolina to play college softball tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. at Union County High School.

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In Monday Night Football, the NY Giants knocked off the San Francisco 49ers, 27-23.

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In the NBA, Washington beat Orlando, 117-109. Philadelphia knocked off Miami, 124-114. New Orleans defeated Toronto, 126-110. Minnesota defeated Brooklyn, 120-113. Utah beat Memphis, 96-88. Oklahoma City got a win over Phoenix, 118-101. Dallas got by Chicago, 103-98. Sacramento defeated San Antonio, 104-99. In overtime, the LA Clippers beat Golden State, 121-116.

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One in-state school was in action in college basketball last night. Presbyterian defeated Welch, 109-57. In top 25 action, #7 North Carolina defeated Stanford, 90-72. #25 Buffalo beat Southern Illinois, 62-53. #2 Kansas got a win over Vermont, 84-68. #12 Kansas State held off Denver, 64-56.

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The annual rivalry game between South Carolina and Clemson will kick off at 7 p.m. on November 23rd on ESPN. We'll have the game on WBCU, as well.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/12/18

The first round of the playoffs wrapped up Friday night. Union County advanced to the second round against Indian Land with a big 56-13 win over Chesnee Thursday. Tickets will be $8 Friday night, and only High School League passes will be allowed. They will honor reserved seats if you bring your season ticket pass with you, and they will also honor reserved parking at the stadium. Other second round games in class 3A include: Camden at Chapman; Southside at Pendleton; and Broome at Pendleton. In the lower state: Swansea at Dillon; Gilbert at May River; Aynor at Hanahan; and Wade Hampton of Hampton at Strom Thurmond. In class 5A in the Upper State: Northwestern at TL Hanna; Nation Ford at Dorman; Gaffney at Rock Hill; and Byrnes at Sumter. Class 4A Upper State matchups are: Westwood at Ridge View; York at Greer; Daniel at South Pointe; and Wren at AC Flora. Whitmire also got a first-round win Thursday night against Estill, 35-3. They advance to face #1 Wagener-Salley on the road Friday night.

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College football from Saturday saw the Gamecocks looking good against Florida most of the game, holding a 17-point lead late in the third quarter before the wheels came off. The Gators beat the Gamecocks, 35-31. The Gamecocks will host UT Chattanooga on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. #2 Clemson rolled over #17 Boston College, 27-7, to wrap up the division title. The Tigers will host Duke on Saturday at 7 p.m.

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In college basketball, Clemson will host Sam Houston State Wednesday at 7 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m. 

Sports for 11/9/18

Last night in high school football, Union County blasted Chesnee in the first round of the AAA playoffs, 56-13. Union County was able to play most of their roster in the contest, getting their young players some playoff experience.

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In other high school playoff action, Central shut out Landrum, 28-0. Dorman blasted Greenwood, 52-0. Northwestern defeated Boiling Springs, 54-35. Daniel beat Eastside, 49-20. York knocked off Orangeburg-Wilkinson, 49-24. Indian Land defeated Crescent, 29-14. Union County will host Indian Land next Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Union County Stadium. Southside Christian beat Silver Bluff, 35-7. Abbeville rolled over Andrew Jackson, 54-13. Whitmire advanced to the second round with a win over Estill, 35-3.

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Tonight's high school football schedule: Saluda at Blacksburg; Walhalla at South Pointe; Laurens at Rock Hill; Emerald at Chapman; Ware Shoals at McBee; Lancaster at AC Flora; Westwood at BHP; Spartanburg at TL Hanna; Gaffney at Woodmont; Chesterfield at Ninety Six; Westside at Byrnes; Nation Ford at Blythewood; Wando at Fort Dorchester; Travelers Rest at Ridge View; Broome at Woodruff; Camden at Seneca; Wren at Greenville; Newberry at Southside; Pickens at Greer; Fairfield Central at Pendleton; and Conway at River Bluff.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers pummeled the Carolina Panthers last night, 52-21. In college football last night, Wake Forest upset #14 NC State, 27-23. 

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In college basketball tonight, #22 Clemson hosts North Carolina Central. South Carolina hosts Stony Brook, and Furman heads to Loyola-Chicago at 8 p.m.

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Tomorrow's college football schedule includes: Presbyterian at Campbell, South Carolina at #15 Florida; Furman at VMI; Samford at The Citadel; Gardner Webb at Charleston Southern; Wofford at Western Carolina; SC State at Florida A&M; Arkansas State at Coastal Carolina; and #2 Clemson at #17 Boston College.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05-6:30 p.m. At 6:30, we'll have Clemson Tigers basketball for you, as #22 Clemson hosts North Carolina Central. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. 

Sports for 11/8/18

There will be a couple of playoff matchups tonight in the Upstate in high school football. Some games have been moved due to Friday's weather forecast. Andrew Jackson plays at Abbeville at 6 p.m.; Eastside at Daniel at 7 p.m.; Greenwood at Dorman at 7:30 p.m.; Silver Bluff at Southside Christian at 7:30 p.m.; Boiling Springs at Northwestern at 7:30 p.m.; and Central at Landrum at 7:30 p.m. Union County's home contest against Chesnee has also been moved to tonight. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m., and we'll have all the action for you on WBCU. The rest of the Upstate playoff action will take place Friday night.

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In college football last night, Miami of Ohio defeated Ohio, 30-28, and Northern Illinois knocked off Toledo, 38-15.

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Tonight in the NFL, the Carolina Panthers travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers at 8:20 p.m. In college football, Wake Forest travels to #14 NC State at 7:30 p.m.

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In the NBA last night, Oklahoma City defeated Cleveland, 95-86. Detroit beat Orlando, 103-96. New York knocked off Atlanta, 112-107. Miami defeated San Antonio last night, 95-88. New Orleans beat Chicago, 107-98. Philadelphia knocked off Indiana, 100-94. Memphis edged Denver, 89-87. Utah got a win over Dallas, 117-102. Toronto beat Sacramento, 114-105. In the late game last night, the LA Lakers defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves, 114-110.

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Some college basketball scores from last night: Ohio State 64, Cincinnati 56; Dayton 78, North Florida 70; Bucknell 88, St. Bonaventure 85 (OT); DePaul 80, Bethune-Cookman 58; TCU 66, Cal State-Bakersfield 61; Arizona 90, Houston Baptist 60; and Texas A&M 98, Savannah State 83.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football for you, as Union County hosts Chesnee in the first round of the AAA playoffs. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m., and the Shady's Pick 'Em Show starts our pregame coverage at 5 p.m.

Sports for 11/7/18

The NCAA basketball season got underway last night, and several in-state schools were in action, as well as a number of national games of note. In a big game last night at 7 p.m., Wofford hosted North Carolina and hung tough for much of the game, but #8 North Carolina prevailed, 78-67. #22 Clemson defeated The Citadel, 100-80. Marcquise Reed led the Tigers with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Furman blasted Bob Jones, 102-48. South Carolina knocked off USC Upstate, 65-52. Chris Silva led the Gamecocks with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Keshawn Bryant had 21 points, as well. In national action, #1 Kansas defeated #10 Michigan State, 92-87, while #4 Duke blew out #2 Kentucky, 118-84.

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The first round of the playoffs kicks off Friday night, and Union County will host Chesnee at 7:30 p.m. next Friday. Some upstate games have been moved to Thursday, but as of right now, Union County's game hasn't been moved.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/6/18

Chapman defeated Union County High School's varsity girls' tennis team in the Upper State Championship last night, 5-1. Chapman was undefeated throughout the season. Mary Catherine James scored the only match victory for Union County last night. That was only the third match that Chapman had dropped the entire season, all of which came in the playoffs. Chapman advances to the state championship.

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In Monday Night Football, Tennessee dropped Dallas, 28-14.

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In NBA action last night, the Miami Heat knocked off the Detroit Pistons, 120-115 in overtime. Houston defeated Indiana, 98-94. Orlando edged Cleveland, 102-100. Chicago beat New York in overtime, 116-115. Oklahoma City defeated New Orleans, 122-116. Denver knocked off Boston, 115-107. Toronto downed Utah, 124-111. Golden State beat Memphis, 117-101. In the late game last night, the LA Clippers beat the Minnesota Timberwolves, 120-109.

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In college basketball tonight, Furman hosts Bob Jones at 7 p.m. Wofford hosts #8 North Carolina at 7 p.m. on ESPN2. #22 Clemson hosts The Citadel at 7 p.m., and South Carolina hosts USC Upstate. #10 Michigan State faces #1 Kansas at 7 p.m., and at 9:30, #4 Duke is at #2 Kentucky.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05-7 p.m. At 7, we'll have live election coverage from the Union County Election Commission office.

Sports for 11/5/18

In Union County sports, varsity basketball hosts Fort Mill for a 6 p.m. scrimmage. Girls varsity tennis plays for the Upper State Championship tonight at 5 p.m. at Chapman.

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Yesterday in NFL action, the Carolina Panthers knocked off Tampa Bay, 42-28. Chicago rolled over Buffalo, 41-9. Kansas City downed Cleveland, 37-21. Miami beat the NY Jets, 13-6. Minnesota defeated Detroit, 24-9. Atlanta knocked off Washington, 38-14. Pittsburgh won a division showdown with Baltimore, 23-16. Houston edged Denver, 19-17. The LA Chargers beat Seattle, 25-17. New Orleans defeated the LA Rams, 45-35, handing the Rams their first loss of the season. New England beat Green Bay, 31-17. Tonight, Tennessee faces Dallas in Monday Night Football.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/2/18

It's a quiet night for high school football in the Upstate, as mostly lower state schools are making up games that were postponed during September's hurricane. The first round of the playoffs kicks off next Friday night, and Union County will host Chesnee at 7:30 p.m. next Friday.

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College football action tonight has a 7:30 p.m. kickoff for Pittsburgh at #25 Virginia. Western Kentucky is at Middle Tennessee at 8 p.m. Colorado plays at Arizona at 10:30 p.m.

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Tonight's NBA schedule: LA Clippers at Orlando; Houston at Brooklyn; Indiana at Chicago; Oklahoma City at Washington; New York at Dallas; Memphis at Utah; Toronto at Phoenix; and Minnesota at Golden State.

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The in-state schedule for college football this weekend has South Carolina at Ole Miss at noon. Louisville travels to Clemson to take on the #2 Tigers at noon. Charleston Southern travels to Monmouth at 1 p.m. Furman hosts Chattanooga at 1 p.m. Presbyterian will be at Gardner-Webb at 1:30 p.m. Wofford travels to face Samford at 3 p.m. The Citadel travels to Western Carolina at 3:30 p.m. Coastal Carolina hosts Appalachian State at 5 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 11/1/18

Around Union County in sports last night, the Union County High School varsity girls tennis team faced Clinton in the 3rd round of the state playoffs. Julia Bailey, Kristin Kicidis, and Emma Kate Childers all fell in their matches, but Mary Katherine James and Anna Gregory both had wins in singles play. Union County would have to win both doubles matches to advance, and they did just that. Union County defeated Clinton, 4-3, to advance to the Upper State Championship, where they will travel to Chapman on Monday.

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There is no high school football tomorrow night for Union County, as they have the week off for many of the lower state schools to make up games they missed due to the hurricane in September. Union County will host Chesnee at Union County Stadium next Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be $8. Only High School League Passes will be accepted. Season ticket passes will not be honored, though parking passes will be honored, as will reserved seats if you bring your season ticket pass.

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In college football last night, Toledo knocked off Ball State, 45-13.

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In the NBA, Brooklyn edged Detroit in overtime, 120-119. Denver also got a one-point overtime win over Chicago, 108-107. Minnesota knocked off Utah, 128-125. Indiana beat New York, 107-101. Golden State defeated New Orleans, 131-121. The LA Lakers edged Dallas, 114-113, and San Antonio downed Phoenix, 120-90.

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NFL action for tonight features Oakland at San Francisco at 8:20 p.m. There are three college games scheduled tonight, as well: Northern Illinois at Akron, Ohio at Western Michigan, and Temple at #12 UCF.

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The in-state schedule for college football this weekend has South Carolina at Ole Miss at noon. Louisville travels to Clemson to take on the #2 Tigers at noon. Charleston Southern travels to Monmouth at 1 p.m. Furman hosts Chattanooga at 1 p.m. Presbyterian will be at Gardner-Webb at 1:30 p.m. Wofford travels to face Samford at 3 p.m. The Citadel travels to Western Carolina at 3:30 p.m. Coastal Carolina hosts Appalachian State at 5 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/31/18

The Union County High School Lady Jackets tennis team travels to Clinton today at 5 p.m. for the 3rd round of the AAA playoffs. Union County knocked off Broome and Powdersville to advance to today's match. Interestingly, three of the four teams remaining in the Upper State playoffs are from Region 3: #1 Mid-Carolina, #2 Clinton, and #3 Union County. The winner of tonight's contest will travel to either Mid-Carolina or Chapman on Monday to play for the Upper State Championship, with the State Championship match set for next Saturday.

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The first look at the college football playoff rankings came out last night, and there were no surprises at the very top, as Alabama debuted at #1 and Clemson followed at #2. The #3 team is LSU, and Notre Dame is #4. Michigan is just outside the top 4 at #5. The rest of the top ten are: Georgia, Oklahoma, Washington State, Kentucky, and Ohio State. #11-15 are: Florida, UCF, West Virginia, Penn State, and Utah. #16-20 are: Iowa, Texas, Mississippi State, Syracuse, and Texas A&M. Rounding out the top 25: NC State, Boston College, Fresno State, Iowa State, and Virginia. This week, there are two matchups involving top ten teams, as #6 Georgia will take on #9 Kentucky, and #1 Alabama faces #3 LSU. We can expect some shake-ups in the rankings as a result of those contests.

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In NBA action last night, Cleveland knocked off Atlanta, 136-114. Sacramento defeated Orlando, 107-99. The Charlotte Hornets got a win over the Miami Heat, 125-113. Boston edged Detroit, 108-105. Toronto got past Philadelphia, 129-112. Portland defeated Houston, 104-85. Oklahoma City downed the LA Clippers, 128-110, and Memphis beat Washington, 107-95.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/30/18

Congratulations to the Union County High School Lady Jackets tennis team, as they are advancing in the AAA state playoffs. Last Wednesday, Union County defeated #2 seed Broome, 6-1. They advanced to a contest with #1 seed Powdersville and knocked them out, 6-1. Union County travels to face #2 seed Clinton tomorrow at 5 p.m. in the 3rd round. In the top half of the bracket, either Chapman or Seneca will take on either Mid-Carolina or Fairfield Central tomorrow.

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Union County volleyball fell to Chesnee last Wednesday in the first round of the AAA playoffs, 3-0.

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Union County High School's varsity football team will host Chesnee on Friday, November 9th, at 7:30 p.m. Chesnee is the #4 seed in Region 2, while Union County is the top seed from Region 3.

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In Monday Night Football last night, New England breezed past Buffalo, 25-6. The Patriots are 6-2, the second-best record in the AFC.

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In NBA action last night, Klay Thompson broke Stephen Curry's three-point record for a game, hitting 14 three-pointers against the Chicago Bulls last night. Thompson finished with 52 points in just 26 minutes of play. Golden State knocked off Chicago, 149-124.

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The AP football top 25 was announced yesterday, and Alabama remains #1, with Clemson, Notre Dame, LSU, and Michigan rounding out the top 5. #6-10: Georgia, Oklahoma, Ohio State, UCF, and Washington State. Other notables include Kentucky at #11, Florida is #13, Texas drops to #15, Mississippi State is #21, Syracuse is #22, Virginia is #23, Boston College is #24, and Texas A&M is #25. The College Football Playoff rankings are set for release tonight.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/29/18

Middle school football action from last week saw Jonesville wrap up their season with a 20-18 loss to Whitmire. They finished the season with a 5-3 record. Coach Jay Voiselle filed this report:

Ben Black led the Wildcats again in passing, going 16/26 for 283 yds. and 3 TDs.  Leading in receiving was Khristian Means with 6 grabs for 110 yards and 2 TDs.  The defense was led by Mason Henderson Jamayne Henderson, Will Turner, and Nick Queen.  

 

"Two turnovers, two red zone opportunities not successful, defense not lined up right versus a few of Whitmire's formations, that's all on me.  My guys played their butts off.  I hurt for them.  Hats off to Whitmire in an exciting game that went down to the wire."

 

Passing:  Ben Black 16/26 283 3TD 1 INT

 

Rushing:  Cameron Owens 6/5; Ben Black 3/15


Receiving:  
Khristian Means 6/110 2TD; Nick Queen 3/55;  Will Turner 3/50; Cameron Owens 1/8; Alijah Wood 1/30 1TD; Jaraylin Gregory 2/30

 

Defense:  Mason Henderson 12 tackles, Jamayne Henderson 10 tackles, Will Turner 7 tackles, Nick Queen 7 tackles, Javion Brannon 4 tackles, Ja'Raylin Gregory 4 tackles.

 

"I could not be more proud of a group of guys.  We had a lot of question marks heading into this season, returning only 6 eighth graders.  Coach Henderson agreed to come back and volunteer, which was huge.  We lost another coach, but added two in Mark Ireton and Craig Stewart, who turned out to be amazing additions.  We had injuries to some key players.  We had a lot of adversity through the season.  Last year our saying was "sacrifice and brotherhood".  This year it was "trust".  First we had to trust God.  Then we had to trust each other.  Third, we focused on attitudes and hard work.  We did those things and as always, football brings forth excellent life lessons.  This group allowed Jonesville to finish second for a third year in a row, which was just one of many goals they hit on through the season.  I wish those eighth grade brothers leaving much success at UC, and I'm expecting big things from those 19 seventh graders returning next year."
 

"There are so many things that go on behind the scenes and so many to thank, but special thanks to West Springs Baptist, Jonesville Baptist, and Oakbrook Community Church for sponsoring our team meals and doing team devotions before every game this season.  Special thanks also to JEMS PTO, FCA, and JEMS administration for their behind the scenes work and contributions this year.  I also know these coaches and players enough to speak for them in saying we thank God that we have our feet here in this wonderful community of Jonesville and are thankful that He allows us to continue to do special things here."  

Sims 8th-grade football finished their season Thursday, falling to Florence Chapel, 44-24. Sims scored on their first two drives of the game, but they trailed at the half, 14-12. After a pick-six, Sims trailed 22-18 late in the third quarter. Following a controversial turnover on downs, Florence Chapel added another touchdown. A Sims turnover led to another Florence Chapel score, and at the end of the third quarter, Sims trailed, 37-18. A late 30-yard touchdown pass gave Sims their final points of the game, and Florence Chapel added a touchdown, as well. Sims finished the season, 4-4.

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In Game 5 of the World Series last night, the Boston Red Sox knocked off the LA Dodgers, 5-1, winning the World Series, 4-1. David Price pitched 7 innings, giving up 3 hits and 1 run, striking out 5 and walking 2. Clayton Kershaw was the losing pitcher, going 7 innings, giving up 4 runs, striking out 5 and no walks. The World Series MVP was former Gamecock Steve Pearce. He hit two home runs in the ball game and finished the series with three home runs and 8 RBIs.

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College football scores from the state of South Carolina over the weekend: #2 Clemson blew out Florida State, 59-10. South Carolina State got past Howard, 27-21. Wofford doubled up Mercer, 42-21. Furman defeated The Citadel, 28-17. Coastal Carolina edged Georgia State, 37-34. Presbyterian fell to Monmouth, 24-14. Kennesaw State beat Charleston Southern, 38-10. South Carolina rallied to knock off Tennessee, 27-24.

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Other notable college football scores from Saturday: Wake Forest 56, Louisville 35; Michigan State 23, Purdue 13; Vanderbilt 45, Arkansas 31; Northwestern 31, #20 Wisconsin 17; Oregon State 41, Colorado 34 (OT); #7 Georgia 36, #9 Florida 17; #17 Penn State 30, #18 Iowa 24; Houston 57, #21 South Florida 36; Oklahoma 51, Kansas State 14; #12 Kentucky 15, Missouri 14; California 12, #15 Washington 10; Syracuse 51, #22 NC State 41; Mississippi State 28, #16 Texas A&M 13; and Oklahoma State 38, #6 Texas 35.

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NFL scores from yesterday: Carolina 36, Baltimore 21; Philadelphia 24, Jacksonville 18; Chicago 24, NY Jets 10; Cincinnati 37, Tampa Bay 34; Seattle 28, Detroit 14; Kansas City 30, Denver 23; Washington 20, NY Giants 13; Pittsburgh 33, Cleveland 18; Indianapolis 42, Oakland 28; LA Rams 29, Green Bay 27; Arizona 18, San Francisco 15; and New Orleans 30, Minnesota 20. Tonight, New England travels to Buffalo to take on the Bills.

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Sports for 10/26/18

Union County wrapped up an undefeated region schedule with a wild 51-48 victory over Emerald. Emerald scored first to take a 7-0 lead. Union County answered with a 26-yard field goal to make the score 7-3. Early in the second quarter, Emerald scored another touchdown to take a 14-3 lead. Keion Glover scored on a 45-yard touchdown run to make the score 14-10. Emerald answered by quickly scoring another touchdown to extend their lead to 21-10. Kesean Glover connected on a 15-yard touchdown pass to Peyton Threadgill to close the gap to 21-17. Emerald answered with another touchdown, making the score 28-17 with 1:59 left in the first half. Union County answered again with a 34-yard touchdown pass from Glover to Tarik Briggs. The score at the half stood Emerald 28, Union County 24. In the second half, Emerald capitalized on a couple of Union County miscues and added a touchdown to their total, making the score 34-24, but they missed the extra point. Union County again answered, as Kesean Glover connected with Ralph Peake for a 10-yard touchdown to close the gap to 34-31. Union County finally stopped Emerald, and they took their first lead of the game late in the third quarter on a 24-yard touchdown run from Keion Glover, making the score 38-34 with 4:05 left in the third. Union County got another stop, and then Kesean Glover found Peyton Threadgill on a 26-yard touchdown pass to take a 44-34 lead. The extra point was no good. The third quarter ended with Union County holding a 10-point lead. Emerald closed the gap to 44-41 early in the fourth quarter. Keion Glover answered with a 26-yard touchdown run for Union County, to make the score 51-41. Emerald scored with less than a minute to go in the game to close the gap to 51-48, but Union County recovered the onside kick and ran out the clock. Union County is off this week and will open the playoffs on November 9th at 7:30 p.m. against Chesnee.

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Some other Thursday night high school football scores for you: Southside Christian locked up their region title with a 31-0 win over Landrum. Byrnes rolled over Boiling Springs, 55-21. Chapman wrapped up an undefeated schedule with a 48-20 victory against Chesnee. Gaffney knocked off Spartanburg, 42-22. Greenwood beat JL Mann, 45-20. Liberty got past Powdersville, 21-13. Wren shut out Walhalla, 63-0. McCormick defeated Ware Shoals, 43-18. Greenville beat Eastside, 55-23. Newberry rolled over Mid-Carolina, 44-6. Dixie shut out Calhoun Falls Charter, 43-0.

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In NFL action last night, the Houston Texans defeated the Miami Dolphins, 42-23.

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In college football, #13 West Virginia smashed Baylor, 58-14. Ohio won big over Ball State, 52-14. Toledo knocked off Western Michigan, 51-24. In an upset, Georgia Southern defeated #25 Appalachian State, 34-14. In ACC action, Georgia Tech defeated Virginia Tech, 49-28.

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Game 3 of the World Series will be tonight in Los Angeles, as the Dodgers try to rally from their 2-0 deficit to the Boston Red Sox. First pitch is set for 8:09 p.m.

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Sports for 10/25/18

Sims 8th-grade football team hosts Florence Chapel today in the Peachtree Conference Playoffs at 5:30 p.m. The UCHS varsity football team travels to Emerald tonight at 7 p.m. We'll have the action for you on WBCU. Pregame activities begin at 5 p.m. with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show.

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Other high school football games in the Upstate, to be played either tonight or tomorrow: BHP at Daniel, Landrum at Southside Christian, Spartanburg at Gaffney, Boiling Springs at Byrnes, St. Joseph's at Blacksburg, Greenville at Eastside, South Pointe at York, Woodruff at Clinton, Newberry at Mid-Carolina, and Chesnee at Chapman.

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In Union County sports action last night, the varsity volleyball team fell in the first round of the playoffs to Chesnee, 3-0. Chesnee won 25-11, 25-19, 25-17, to knock Union County out of the playoffs.

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The Union County JV football team shut out Emerald last night, 42-0. The game was played one day early due to rain in the forecast for Friday, forcing the varsity contest to be moved to tonight.

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In Game 2 of the World Series, the Boston Red Sox took a commanding 2-0 series lead with a 4-2 victory over the Dodgers. David Price pitched six innings, giving up 3 hits, 2 runs, striking out 5, and walking 3. Boston had an RBI single in the bottom of the 2nd to open the scoring. In the top of the 4th, the Dodgers had a sacrifice fly and an RBI single to take a 2-1 lead. Boston fought back in the bottom of the 5th, with a bases-loaded walk and 2-run single to make the score 4-2. Game 3 will shift to Los Angeles Friday night at 8:09 p.m.

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NBA scores from last night: Atlanta 111, Dallas 104; Brooklyn 102, Cleveland 86; Miami 110, New York 87; Toronto 112, Minnesota 105; Chicago 112, Charlotte 110; Utah 100, Houston 89; Indiana 116, San Antonio 96; Milwaukee 123, Philadelphia 108; LA Lakers 131, Phoenix 113; Sacramento 97, Memphis 92; and Golden State 144, Washington 122.

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NFL action tonight has the Miami Dolphins at the Houston Texans at 8:20 p.m. College football has Baylor at #13 West Virginia at 7 p.m. Ball State is at Ohio at 7 p.m. Toledo travels to play Western Michigan at 7 p.m. #25 Appalachian State will face Georgia Southern at 7:30 p.m. In ACC action, Virginia Tech hosts Georgia Tech tonight at 7:30 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Union County High School football for you, as the Jackets travel to face Emerald. Kickoff tonight is set for 7 p.m. The Shady's Pick 'Em Show starts our pregame coverage at 5 p.m.

Sports for 10/24/18

Union County High School announced that the home JV football game scheduled for Thursday has been rescheduled to tonight due to the Friday weather forecast. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. The varsity contest at Emerald has been moved to Thursday night at 7 p.m. Rain is expected across the area on Friday night. Be advised that Emerald has a clear bag policy and metal detectors. Tickets are $7.

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In Game 1 of the World Series last night, Boston knocked off the LA Dodgers, 8-4. Boston opened the scoring in the bottom of the 1st with two RBI singles. LA made the score 2-1 on a Matt Kemp home run. The Dodgers tied the game at 2 in the top of the 3rd on an RBI single. Boston jumped back on top in the bottom of the 3rd on a J.D. Martinez RBI double, making the score 3-2. An RBI groundout tied the game at 3 in the top of the 5th. Boston scored twice in the bottom of the 5th to make it 5-3. Manny Machado had his third RBI of the game in the top of the 7th to close the gap to 5-4. In the bottom of the inning, Boston had a three-run pinch-hit home run to put the game away. Game 2 is set for tonight at 8:09 p.m. at Fenway Park.

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Sports for 10/23/18

This week in Union County sports, JV football will host Emerald Thursday at 6 p.m. Jonesville will wrap up their season Thursday at Whitmire at 5:30 p.m.

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As the fall sports wind down, winter sports action will begin action soon. In the middle schools, Sims basketball tips off November 13th. Jonesville basketball will begin on November 19th.

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On Monday Night Football last night, the Atlanta Falcons edged the NY Giants, 23-20. The Falcons improve to 3-4 on the season, while the Giants fall to 1-6.

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NBA scores from last night: Orlando 93, Boston 90; Toronto 127, Charlotte 106; Milwaukee 124, New York 113; Minnesota 101, Indiana 91; Dallas 115, Chicago 109; Memphis 92, Utah 84; Washington 125, Portland 124 (OT); Golden State 123, Phoenix 103; and San Antonio 143, LA Lakers 142 (OT). Tonight, Philadelphia will travel to take on Detroit at 7 p.m. The LA Clippers face New Orleans at 8 p.m., and Sacramento plays Denver at 9.

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The World Series opens tonight at Fenway Park, as the LA Dodgers face the Boston Red Sox. First pitch is set for 8:09 p.m. on FOX. LA will send Clayton Kershaw to the mound to face Boston's Chris Sale.

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Tonight, there is one college football game scheduled, as Troy travels to South Alabama for an 8 p.m. kickoff.

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This weekend's in-state college football schedule: #2 Clemson is at Florida State at noon; South Carolina State at Howard at 1 p.m.; Mercer at Wofford at 1:30 p.m.; Furman at The Citadel at 2 p.m.; Coastal Carolina at Georgia State at 2 p.m.; Monmouth at Presbyterian at 2:30 p.m.; Kennesaw State at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.; and Tennessee at South Carolina at 7:30 p.m.

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Sports for 10/22/18

In high school football Friday night, Union County clinched the region 3-3A title with a 28-21 victory over Newberry. The Jackets will wrap up the regular season Friday night at Emerald. In other scores, Gaffney defeated Boiling Springs, 42-14. Chapman remained undefeated with a 42-24 victory over Southside. South Pointe edged Ridge View, 38-35. Emerald downed Clinton, 34-19. Greer outgunned Eastside, 59-28. Landrum defeated Blacksburg, 20-6. Whitmire got a win over McCormick, 34-22. Woodruff blasted Mid-Carolina, 48-3. Abbeville beat Saluda, 31-13. TL Hanna knocked off Laurens, 56-24. Woodmont got by Easley, 28-21. Westside defeated Greenwood, 28-17. Wade Hampton thumped JL Mann, 56-0. Dorman beat Mauldin, 22-6. Byrnes got by Hillcrest, 42-35. Spartanburg took down Riverside, 52-7. Rock Hill edged Nation Ford, 25-22. Northwestern defeated Fort Mill, 42-14. Sumter shut out Spring Valley, 38-0. Blythewood defeated Lugoff-Elgin, 31-7. Daniel beat Pickens, 42-17. BHP got by Wren, 41-24. Walhalla got a win over Palmetto, 49-20. Greenville rolled over Berea, 54-13. Travelers Rest knocked off Blue Ridge, 43-18. York shut out Richland Northeast, 39-0. Lancaster edged Westwood, 23-20. AC Flora downed Lower Richland, 38-12. It was Dreher over Lakewood, 21-19. Orangeburg-Wilkinson defeated Crestwood, 25-21. Pendleton beat Liberty, 22-6. Seneca got by Crescent, 21-14. Powdersville beat West-Oak, 14-6. Broome blasted Carolina Academy, 65-20. Chester took down Fairfield Central, 34-15. Indian Land upset Camden, 20-14. Southside Christian defeated Warren County, NC, 63-23. St. Joseph's downed Christ Church, 35-10. Silver Bluff shut out Ninety Six, 17-0. Batesburg-Leesville beat Fox Creek, 36-13. Gray Collegiate Academy took down Eau Claire, 35-6. Columbia edged Calhoun County, 26-24. North Central shut out Lewisville, 62-0. Buford defeated Lee Central, 28-6. Central beat Andrew Jackson, 45-14. Chesterfield knocked off Carolina Pride, 55-26. Ware Shoals got a win over Calhoun Falls Charter, 56-39. Lamar shut out Great Falls, 53-0. McBee edged Timmonsville, 23-22. Wagener-Salley shut out Denmark-Olar, 46-0. Blackville-Hilda downed Williston-Elko, 52-20. Ridge Spring-Monetta beat Estill, 41-15, and Hunter-Kinard-Tyler shut out North, 48-0.

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In-state college football scores from over the weekend: South Carolina State defeated Delaware State, 30-19. Wofford knocked off East Tennessee State, 30-17, to retake the lead in the Southern Conference. The Citadel edged rival VMI, 34-32. Samford defeated Furman, who lost two quarterbacks in the ballgame, 38-25. Coastal Carolina defeated Massachusetts, 24-13. Clemson rolled past #16 NC State, 41-7, and Charleston Southern also pounded Presbyterian, 41-7.

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NFL scores from yesterday: Carolina knocked off Philadelphia, 21-17. The LA Chargers edged Tennessee, 20-19. New England defeated Chicago, 38-31. Indianapolis rolled over Buffalo, 37-5. Detroit beat Miami, 32-21. Minnesota defeated the NY Jets, 37-17. Tampa Bay knocked off Cleveland in overtime, 26-23. Houston defeated Jacksonville, 20-7. New Orleans edged Baltimore, 24-23. The LA Rams rolled past San Francisco, 39-10. Washington defeated Dallas, 20-17, and Kansas City blasted Cincinnati, 45-10. Tonight, the NY Giants travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons.

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Sports for 10/19/18

Some of the high school football games scheduled for tonight: Gaffney at Boiling Springs; Chapman at Southside; Ridge View at South Pointe; Emerald at Clinton; Greer at Eastside; Blacksburg at Landrum; Whitmire at McCormick; Mid-Carolina at Woodruff; Abbeville at Saluda; and Union County at Newberry. Kickoff tonight is set for 7:30 p.m. Union County will clinch the region championship with a win tonight.

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Last night, the Union County High School JV football team defeated Newberry, 28-8. Sims 8th grade defeated Boiling Springs, though we don't have a score to report. On Wednesday, Sims 7th grade fell to Boiling Springs, 60-20. They finished the season 0-7. Jonesville Middle School shut out Broome 7th grade, 36-0. Jonesville Head Coach Jay Voiselle filed this report:

The Jonesville Wildcats move to 5-2 on the season and secured a second place finish in their division with a win at Broome, 36-0.  This is the third year in a row Jonesville has finished second.  This was Jonesville's second shut out in a row and third on the season.  


Ben Black led the passing attack at QB, going 17 of 26 for 245 yards and 2 TDs with no interceptions.  Cameron Owens led Jonesville on the ground with 50 yards rushing and 2 TDs.  Will Turner led all receivers with 7 grabs for 128 yards and a TD.

 

Defensive Ends Mason Henderson and Jamayne Henderson led the defense, pestering the Centurion backfield the whole game.  Linebacker Alijah Wood caused two fumbles and recovered one.  Jameson Holt had a forced fumble and fumble recovery.  Will Turner and Nick Queen had interceptions for the Wildcats.  Ja'Raylin Gregory provided some key pass breakups in the secondary.  Javion Brannon once again had a very solid game at free safety.  


The Wildcats play their last game, 5:30, next Thursday, at Whitmire, in a non conference game.   


Stats


Offense


Passing:  Ben Black 17/26, 245,  2TDs;  Ja'Raylin Gregory 2/3, 7 

Rushing:  Cameron Owens 12/50, 2 TDs;  Ben Black 3/15;  Jamayne Henderson 1/10 1TD

Receiving:  Will Turner 7/128, 1TD;  Khristian Means 5/42, 1TD; Nick Queen 2/10;  Ja'Raylin Gregory 1/65;  Cameron Owens 2/5;  Jason Lemons 1/5; Cayden Kingsmore 1/2


Defense


Will Turner INT; Nick Queen INT; Alijah Wood 2 forced fum, 1 fum rec; Mason Henderson 2 sacks; Jamayne Henderson 1 sack; Jameson Holt 1 forced fum, 1 fum rec.

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The in-state college football schedule for this weekend includes: Delaware State at South Carolina State at 1:30 p.m.; East Tennessee State at Wofford at 1:30 p.m. in a battle for first place in the Southern Conference; The Citadel at VMI at 1:30 p.m.; Samford at Furman at 2 p.m.; Coastal Carolina at Massachusetts at 3:30 p.m.; #16 NC State at #3 Clemson at 3:30 p.m.; and Presbyterian at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.

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Last night in Major League Baseball, the Boston Red Sox punched their ticket to the World Series, as they defeated Houston, 4-1. They won the series, 4-1. They clinched the division on the road, won the ALDS on the road, and they won the ALCS on the road, as well. David Price pitched a great game, going 6 innings, giving up 3 hits and no runs. He struck out 9 and did not walk anyone. Justin Verlander got the loss, pitching 6 innings, giving up 7 hits and 4 runs. He struck out 4 and walked 2. Boston never trailed in the game, as J.D. Martinez opened up with a solo home run in the third inning, and Rafael Deavers hit a three-run home run in the 6th. Houston hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 7th to end the scoring. Boston awaits the winner of the LA Dodgers-Milwaukee Brewers series. Game 6 of the series is tonight in Milwaukee at 8:39 p.m.

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Denver defeated Arizona last night, 45-10, on Thursday Night Football. In college football last night, Arkansas State defeated Georgia State, 51-35. Stanford edged Arizona State, 20-13. Tonight, Colorado State is at Boise State at 9 p.m., and Air Force is at UNLV at 10.

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NBA action from last night: Philadelphia 127, Chicago 108; Miami 113, Washington 112; and Portland 128, LA Lakers 119.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football, as Union County heads to Newberry for the chance to win the region title. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Pregame programming starts with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show at 5:30 p.m.

Sports for 10/18/18

In Union County sports today, Jonesville Middle School football will travel to face Broome 7th grade at 5 p.m. Sims 8th grade will host Boiling Springs at 5 p.m. Union County JV will host Newberry at 6 p.m.

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Some of the high school football games scheduled for Friday night: Gaffney at Boiling Springs; Chapman at Southside; Ridge View at South Pointe; Emerald at Clinton; Greer at Eastside; Blacksburg at Landrum; Whitmire at McCormick; Mid-Carolina at Woodruff; Abbeville at Saluda; and Union County at Newberry. Kickoff Friday night is set for 7:30 p.m. Union County will clinch the region championship with a win Friday night.

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The in-state college football schedule for this weekend includes: Delaware State at South Carolina State at 1:30 p.m.; East Tennessee State at Wofford at 1:30 p.m. in a battle for first place in the Southern Conference; The Citadel at VMI at 1:30 p.m.; Samford at Furman at 2 p.m.; Coastal Carolina at Massachusetts at 3:30 p.m.; #16 NC State at #3 Clemson at 3:30 p.m.; and Presbyterian at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.

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In MLB action last night, two teams moved to within one win of making the 2018 World Series. The LA Dodgers defeated the Milwaukee Brewers, 5-2. Clayton Kershaw pitched 7 innings for the Dodgers, giving up 3 hits and 1 run, striking out 9 and walking 2. The Dodgers lead the series, 3-2. Game 6 will be Friday night at 8:39 p.m. in Milwaukee. In the ALCS, Boston knocked off Houston to take a 3-1 series lead. The final score was 8-6. Boston and Milwaukee traded scores much of the game, but Boston broke through in the top of the 6th to take the lead for the final time in the game, as Jackie Bradley, Jr. hit a two-run homer. Game 5 is set for tonight at 8:09 p.m.

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Denver travels to Arizona to take on the Cardinals tonight in NFL action at 8:20 p.m.

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College football tonight has Georgia State at Arkansas State at 7:30 p.m. Stanford travels to Arizona State at 9 p.m.

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Sports for 10/17/18

Tonight, Sims 7th-grade football is at Boiling Springs at 5 p.m. Tomorrow, Jonesville Middle School football will travel to face Broome 7th grade at 5 p.m. Sims 8th grade will host Boiling Springs at 5 p.m. Union County JV will host Newberry at 6 p.m.

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Last night in MLB action, Boston knocked off Houston, 8-2, in game 3 of the ALCS. The Red Sox took a 2-1 lead in the series. Two former Gamecocks led the way for the Red Sox. Steve Pearce hit a tiebreaking home run in the top of the 6th, and Jackie Bradley, Jr. broke the game open in the top of the 8th with a grand slam. Game 4 of the series is set for tonight at 8:39 p.m. The Dodgers took 13 innings to get a 2-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers to tie the series at 2-2. Game 5 of the series is today at 5:05 p.m.

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In NBA action last night, Boston defeated Philadelphia, 105-87. Golden State knocked off Oklahoma City, 108-100.

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Sports for 10/16/18

Union County varsity girls and boys cross country has a meet at Clinton today at 5 p.m. Tomorrow, Sims 7th-grade football will be at Boiling Springs at 5 p.m.

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Some of the high school football games scheduled for Friday night: Gaffney at Boiling Springs; Chapman at Southside; Ridge View at South Pointe; Emerald at Clinton; Greer at Eastside; Blacksburg at Landrum; Whitmire at McCormick; Mid-Carolina at Woodruff; Abbeville at Saluda; and Union County at Newberry. Kickoff Friday night is set for 7:30 p.m. Union County will clinch the region championship with a win Friday night.

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The in-state college football schedule for this weekend includes: Delaware State at South Carolina State at 1:30 p.m.; East Tennessee State at Wofford at 1:30 p.m. in a battle for first place in the Southern Conference; The Citadel at VMI at 1:30 p.m.; Samford at Furman at 2 p.m.; Coastal Carolina at Massachusetts at 3:30 p.m.; #16 NC State at #3 Clemson at 3:30 p.m.; and Presbyterian at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.

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The Green Bay Packers came from behind to defeat the San Francisco 49ers, 33-30.

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The Milwaukee Brewers shut out the LA Dodgers in game 3 of the NLCS, 4-0. The Brewers lead the series, 2-1. Game 4 is set for today at 9:09 p.m. Game 3 of the ALCS is also set for today at 5:09 p.m. in Houston, as the Boston Red Sox faces the Astros. The series is tied at 1-1.

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The NBA season tips off tonight, as the Philadelphia 76ers face the Boston Celtics in Boston at 8 p.m., and Oklahoma City travels to Golden State to face the Warriors at 10:30 p.m. Both games will be televised on TNT.

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Sports for 10/15/18

Friday night, Union County won their final home game of the regular season, dominating Mid-Carolina, 48-8. The Jackets hit the road to take on Newberry Friday night at 7:30 p.m. With a win, Union County will clinch the region championship.

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The Boston Red Sox evened the ALCS last night at a game apiece, defeating the Astros, 7-5. Former Gamecock Jackie Bradley, Jr. had a three-run double in the contest. The series heads to Houston for game 3 tomorrow. The LA Dodgers will host the Milwaukee Brewers tonight for game 3 of the NLCS at 7:39 p.m. That series is also tied 1-1.

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In NFL action, the Carolina Panthers fell to the Washington Redskins yesterday, 23-17. Atlanta knocked off Tampa Bay, 34-29. Pittsburgh defeated Cincinnati, 28-21. The LA Chargers rolled over Cleveland, 38-14. Seattle dominated Oakland, 27-3. Miami squeaked past Oakland in overtime, 31-28. Minnesota beat Arizona, 27-17. The NY Jets got the win over Indianapolis, 42-34. Houston downed Buffalo, 20-13. The LA Rams edged Denver, 23-20. Dallas dominated Jacksonville, 40-7. Baltimore shut out Tennessee, 21-0, and New England defeated Kansas City, 43-40. Tonight, Green Bay hosts San Francisco.

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Sports for 10/12/18

Union County returns to action tonight at home against Mid-Carolina for Senior Night and their annual Pink Out game for breast cancer awareness. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m., and the pregame programming starts at 5:30 p.m. with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show. Other games on the schedule tonight: Emerald at Woodruff, Clinton at Newberry, Chapin at River Bluff; Byrnes at Dorman; Calhoun Falls Charter at Whitmire; Walhalla at Daniel; Spartanburg at Mauldin; Camden at Chester; Southside Christian at Blacksburg; and Gaffney at Riverside.

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NFL action from last night saw the Philadelphia Eagles knock off the NY Giants, 34-13. The Eagles improve to 3-3, while the Giants are now 1-5.

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MLB playoff action today has game 1 of the NL Championship Series, as the LA Dodgers travel to Milwaukee to take on the Brewers. First pitch tonight is set for 8:09 p.m. The ALCS opens tomorrow as the Houston Astros travel to Boston to take on the Red Sox at 8:09 p.m.

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This weekend's in-state college football schedule has Hampton at Presbyterian at noon Saturday; Wofford at Furman at 1 p.m.; Bethune-Cookman at SC State at 2 p.m.; East Tennessee State at The Citadel at 2 p.m.; #22 Texas A&M at South Carolina at 3:30 p.m.; Virginia-Lynch at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.; and UL-Monroe at Coastal Carolina at 6 p.m. In top 25 action, #2 Georgia is at #13 LSU; #7 Washington is at #17 Oregon; and #15 Wisconsin is at #12 Michigan.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football, as Union County hosts Mid-Carolina for Senior Night. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Pregame programming starts with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show at 5:30 p.m.

Sports for 10/11/18

Union County sports for today have been postponed due to the weather. Tomorrow, Union County will host Mid-Carolina at Union County Stadium at 7:30 p.m. It will be Senior Night and the annual Pink Out game for breast cancer awareness.

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Tonight in NFL action, the Philadelphia Eagles will be at the NY Giants at 8:20 p.m.

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College football tonight has Texas Tech at TCU at 7:30 p.m., and Georgia Southern at Texas State at 7:30 p.m.

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Sports for 10/10/18

In Union County sports today, Union County varsity girls tennis hosts Emerald today at 5 p.m. The UCHS JV and varsity volleyball teams will also host Emerald. The JV match starts at 5:30 p.m., and the varsity will follow at 7. Sims volleyball is at Dawkins at 4:30 p.m, and Sims 7th-grade football will host D.R. Hill at 5 p.m.

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The Jonesville Wildcats dominated the Landrum Cardinals 28-0 Tuesday, at Landrum, in a game that was moved up due to bad weather forecasts.  The Wildcat defense played excellent football throughout the contest, holding Landrum to their first scoreless outing of the season.  This was the Jonesville defense's second shutout of the season.

 

After an opening defensive stop by the Wildcats, Ben Black and the Jonesville offense marched down the field.  Black found Will Turner for a 40 yard TD pass and catch.  Black completed to Nick Queen for the 2 pt. conversion to make it 8-0 Jonesville.  Excellent defensive play by Turner, Nick Queen, Khristian Means, and Mason Henderson, allowed another defensive stop for the Wildcats.  Back on offense, Alijah Wood would cap off a 60 yard drive with a 35 yard TD reception from Black.  Black found Wood again for the 2 pt conversion, making it 16-0, Jonesville at the half.  

 

Jonesville received the ball heading into the second half and continued to move the football.  The second half, Cameron Owens and his Oline took to the ground.  Jameson Holt, Grayson Gossett, John Bogan, Jacob Gates, and Mason Henderson paved the way for Owens on a 75 yard TD drive.  Owens would take it in from 15 yards out for another Jonesville TD. The 2 pt conversion failed as Jonesville led 22-0. 

 

The defense continued to dominate.  Will Turner had another one of his numerous interceptions on the season.  Mason Henderson, Queen, Means, Black and Wood also finished with multiple sacks and tackles for a loss.  After another stop, Owens and his Oline continued to dominate.  Owens added to the Wildcat score with a 65 yard TD run.  The 2 pt. conversion failed as the Wildcats made it 28-0.  

 

Nick Queen, Khristian Means, along with Wood and Turner led receiving for Jonesville.  Jason Lemons and Will Farr also added grabs for the Wildcats.  Ben Black once again led in passing, adding 2 more TDs to his total on the season.  Javion Brannon, Jaylen Glenn, Jamayne Henderson, Black, and Tavares Davis also had a great game on defense for Jonesville.

 

Jonesville is now 4-2 on the season and currently holding second place in the division.  Jonesville plays Broome Thursday, Oct 18, 5:00, at Pacolet Middle.  

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Last night in Major League Baseball, the Boston Red Sox advanced to the American League Championship Series, as they defeated the NY Yankees, 4-3. The Red Sox won the series, 3-1. Rick Porcello pitched 5 innings, giving up 4 hits and 1 run. C.C. Sabathia pitched 3 innings, giving up 3 runs on 5 hits. The Red Sox advance to take on the Houston Astros in the ALCS starting Saturday. In the National League, the Milwaukee Brewers will face the Los Angeles Dodgers starting Friday.

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This weekend's in-state college football schedule has Hampton at Presbyterian at noon Saturday; Wofford at Furman at 1 p.m.; Bethune-Cookman at SC State at 2 p.m.; East Tennessee State at The Citadel at 2 p.m.; #22 Texas A&M at South Carolina at 3:30 p.m.; Virginia-Lynch at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.; and UL-Monroe at Coastal Carolina at 6 p.m.

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SC head football coach Will Muschamp announced Tuesday that junior quarterback Jake Bentley will start Saturday for the Gamecocks if he is healthy. Bentley, who is battling a knee injury, will get the nod over fifth-year senior Michael Scarnecchia, who stepped in for Bentley in the Gamecocks' 37-35 victory over Missouri Saturday.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/9/18

In Union County sports today, the varsity girls and boys cross country teams have a pre-region meet at Clinton today at 5 p.m.

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The Miracle League of Union County has games today at the Miracle League Field at the Timken Sports Complex. At 6 p.m., Harper General Contractors faces Calvert and Tuckers, and at 7, the Bobcats take on Buffalo Pawn.

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MLB action from yesterday saw the end of the road for the Atlanta Braves. The LA Dodgers defeated Atlanta, 6-2. The Dodgers won the series, 3-1. The Braves took a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the 4th on a 2-run single by Kurt Suzuki, but the Dodgers retook the lead in the top of the 6th and never looked back. The Dodgers advance to take on the Milwaukee Brewers in the best-of-7 National League Championship Series. Houston knocked off Cleveland yesterday, 11-3, to sweep their AL division series. The Astros will await either the Red Sox or Yankees in the ALCS. Yesterday, Boston crushed the NY Yankees yesterday, 16-1, to take a 2-1 series lead. Game 4 from Yankee Stadium will be tonight, as the Yankees look to stay alive in the series. First pitch is set for 8:07 p.m.

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Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints set the all-time career passing yards record last night in Monday Night Football, as the Saints knocked off the Redskins, 43-19. Brees passed Peyton Manning for the record.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/8/18

Union County sports today has the UCHS varsity girls tennis team hosts Newberry at 5 p.m. JV and varsity volleyball will host Newberry, as well. The JV match starts at 5:30 p.m., and the varsity match will follow at 7 p.m. Jonesville Middle School volleyball will be at Blacksburg at 4:30 p.m. Sims volleyball is at Fairforest at 4:30 p.m.

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NFL scores from yesterday: Buffalo 13, Tennessee 12; Cincinnati 27, Miami 17; Cleveland 12, Baltimore 9 (OT); Detroit 31, Green Bay 23; Kansas City 30, Jacksonville 14; NY Jets 34, Denver 16; Pittsburgh 41, Atlanta 17; Carolina 33, NY Giants 31; LA Chargers 26, Oakland 10; Minnesota 23, Philadelphia 21; Arizona 28, San Francisco 18; LA Rams 33, Seattle 31; and in the nightcap, Houston 19, Dallas 16 (OT). Tonight, Washington travels to New Orleans to take on the Saints.

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In the MLB playoffs yesterday, Milwaukee shut out Colorado 6-0 to sweep the Rockies and advance to the NL Championship Series. The Atlanta Braves fended off elimination with a 6-5 victory over the Dodgers. LA leads the series 2-1. Today, Houston is at Cleveland at 1:30 p.m. Houston leads the series, 2-0. Atlanta hosts the Dodgers today at 4:30 p.m. In the nightcap, Boston is in New York to face the Yankees at 7:40 p.m. That series is tied 1-1.

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College football scores from the weekend: South Carolina beat Missouri, 37-35. SC State downed Morgan State, 21-18. Kennesaw State shut out Presbyterian, 56-0. Wofford beat Chattanooga, 21-10. Clemson knocked off Wake Forest, 63-3, and Charleston Southern defeated Savannah State, 23-3.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves try to force game 5 in their divisional series with the Dodgers. First pitch from SunTrust Park is set for 4:30 p.m. Braves pregame is set for 3:15 p.m. After the game, time permitting, we'll have SC Sports Talk until 8 p.m.

Sports for 10/5/18

In Union County sports last night, Union County JV football defeated Woodruff, 52-20. Jonesville Middle School knocked off EP Todd, 24-22.

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High school football action scheduled for tonight has Boiling Springs at Spartanburg, Dorman at Gaffney, Dixie at Whitmire, Mid-Carolina at Clinton, Newberry at Emerald, South Pointe at Lancaster, Broome at Chesnee, Wren at Daniel, Woodmont at Laurens, and Union County at Woodruff. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. We'll have the pregame action starting with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show at 5:30 p.m.

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The college football schedule for our in-state schools this weekend includes Clemson at Wake Forest and Missouri at South Carolina. Other games are: South Carolina State at Morgan State; Presbyterian at Kennesaw State; Wofford at Chattanooga; and Charleston Southern at Savannah State. In Division 2 action, North Greenville is at #5 West Georgia; Limestone at Carson-Newman; and Lenoir-Rhyne at Newberry.

 

In MLB playoff action last night, the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies in 10 innings, 3-2, to take a 1-0 lead in the series. The Atlanta Braves were shut out by the LA Dodgers last night, 6-0. The Dodgers lead the series, 1-0. Today, Cleveland is at Houston at 2:05 p.m. Colorado is at Milwaukee at 4:15 p.m. The NY Yankees are at Boston at 7:32 p.m., and the Braves are at the Dodgers at 9:37 p.m.

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Tonight on WBCU, we'll have UCHS football, as Union County travels to Woodruff to take on the Wolverines. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Pregame programming starts with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show at 5:30 p.m. After the Stan Olenik Upstate High School Preview Show at 11:30 p.m., we'll join Atlanta Braves baseball in progress, as the Braves try to even the series with the Dodgers. First pitch is set for 9:37 p.m.

Sports for 10/4/18

In Union County sports today, Sims 8th-grade football is at McCracken at 5 p.m. Jonesville Middle School volleyball hosts Pacolet at 4:30 p.m. UCHS varsity girls tennis is at Mid-Carolina at 5 p.m. The high school JV and varsity volleyball teams will also travel to Mid-Carolina. The JV match starts at 5:30, and the varsity follows at 7. Union County JV football will host Woodruff today at 6 p.m. Jonesville Middle School football will host EP Todd at E.H. Roberts Field on campus at the old Jonesville High School. Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m.

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High school football action scheduled for Friday night has Boiling Springs at Spartanburg, Dorman at Gaffney, Dixie at Whitmire, Mid-Carolina at Clinton, Newberry at Emerald, South Pointe at Lancaster, Broome at Chesnee, Wren at Daniel, Woodmont at Laurens, and Union County at Woodruff.

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Last night in the AL Wild Card game, the NY Yankees defeated the Oakland Athletics, 7-2. Aaron Judge hit a two-run homer to open the scoring early, and the Yankees exploded for four more runs in the bottom of the 6th to put the game away. Oakland answered with a couple of runs in the top of the 8th, but it was too little, too late. The Yankees advance to take on the Boston Red Sox in the AL Division series. Game one is set for Friday at 7:32 p.m.

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Tonight's MLB action involves both NL Division series. The Colorado Rockies open their series at Milwaukee today at 5:07 p.m. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Braves will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers tonight at 8:37 p.m. Atlanta sends Mike Foltynewicz to the mound. Folty comes into the series with a 13-10 record and a 2.85 ERA. He had 202 strikeouts in 183 innings pitched. The Dodgers will counter with Hyun-jin Ryu, who comes in with a 7-3 record and a 1.97 ERA. He has 89 strikeouts in 82 innings pitched.

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The college football schedule for our in-state schools for this weekend includes Clemson at Wake Forest and Missouri at South Carolina. Other games are: South Carolina State at Morgan State; Presbyterian at Kennesaw State; Wofford at Chattanooga; and Charleston Southern at Savannah State. In Division 2 action, North Greenville is at #5 West Georgia; Limestone at Carson-Newman; and Lenoir-Rhyne at Newberry.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-7:20 p.m. At 7:20, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves travel to LA to take on the Dodgers in game one of the NL Division Series. First pitch is set for 8:37 p.m.

Sports for 10/3/18

Today in Union County sports, Sims volleyball hosts DR Hill at 4:30 p.m. Sims 7th-grade football hosts McCracken at 5 p.m.

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High school football action scheduled for Friday night has Boiling Springs at Spartanburg, Dorman at Gaffney, Dixie at Whitmire, Mid-Carolina at Clinton, Newberry at Emerald, South Pointe at Lancaster, Broome at Chesnee, Wren at Daniel, Woodmont at Laurens, and Union County at Woodruff.

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In college football action this weekend, South Carolina will host Missouri, and Clemson will be at Wake Forest.

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In the NL Wild Card game last night, the Colorado Rockies knocked the Chicago Cubs out of the playoffs with a 2-1 victory in 13 innings. The Rockies will take on the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Division Series, while the Atlanta Braves will take on the LA Dodgers. Tonight, the AL Wild Card game features Oakland at New York for an 8:08 p.m. first pitch. The A's-Yankees winner will take on Boston in the AL Division series, while Houston will face Cleveland.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/2/18

In Union County sports today, the UCHS varsity girls tennis team hosts Woodruff at 5 p.m. UCHS JV and varsity volleyball also will face Woodruff at home. The JV match starts at 5:30 p.m., and the varsity match follows at 7.

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This Friday night, Union County travels to Woodruff to take on the Wolverines in a game that will go a long way toward deciding the eventual region champion. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

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In one of two NL division tiebreakers played yesterday, the Milwaukee Brewers claimed the NL Central title with a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs. In the NL West tiebreaker, the LA Dodgers claimed their sixth consecutive division crown with a 5-2 win over the Colorado Rockies.

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Today, MLB playoff action begins with the NL wild card game. The Colorado Rockies travel to Chicago to take on the Cubs at 8:05 p.m. at Wrigley Field. The winner will take on the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Divisional Series, while the loser sees the season end.

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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos last night, 27-23.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 10/1/18

High school football action from Friday night saw Union County blast Clinton in their homecoming game, 62-7. The Jackets will travel to Woodruff Friday night in a game that could go a long way toward deciding the region championship this year. In other action, Boiling Springs defeated Mauldin, 16-6. Eastside knocked off Travelers Rest in overtime, 56-55. TL Hanna beat Greenwood, 29-3. Emerald beat Mid-Carolina, 56-24. Whitmire got a big win over Ware Shoals, 35-6. Woodruff beat Newberry, 35-21. Gaffney knocked off Hillcrest, 27-7. Greer defeated Greenville, 28-20. Dorman edged Spartanburg, 34-33. Easley beat Wade Hampton, 34-13. Westside blasted Laurens, 66-21. Woodmont defeated JL Mann, 35-6. Byrnes knocked off Riverside, 45-20. Nation Ford edged Clover, 23-20, and Rock Hill shut out Fort Mill, 71-0. 

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The Atlanta Braves lost their final game of the regular season Sunday, falling 3-1 to Philadelphia. Ronald Acuna, Jr. had a double and an RBI in the contest. The Braves finished the season with a 90-72 record, 10 games ahead of the Phillies in the NL East. They will open the playoffs later this week, but they won't know their opponent until tonight. There are two division tiebreakers scheduled today: Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs for the NL Central title, and Colorado at LA Dodgers for the NL West crown. The Braves will take on the winner of the Rockies-Dodgers game.

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In college football over the weekend, #3 Clemson held off Syracuse, 27-23. Furman defeated Western Carolina, 44-38. Charleston Southern beat Hampton, 48-14. Coastal Carolina fell to Troy, 45-21. Towson defeated The Citadel, 44-27. Wofford beat Gardner Webb, 45-14. South Carolina fell to Kentucky, 24-10.

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In NFL action, the LA Rams defeated Minnesota on Thursday night, 38-31. On Sunday, Cincinnati edged Atlanta, 37-36. Chicago blasted Tampa Bay, 48-10. Dallas got by Detroit, 26-24. Green Bay shut out Buffalo, 22-0. Tennessee knocked off Philadelphia in overtime, 26-23. Houston defeated Indianapolis in overtime, 37-34. New England defeated Miami, 38-7. Jacksonville knocked off the NY Jets, 31-12. In another overtime contest, Oakland defeated Cleveland, 45-42. Seattle beat Arizona, 20-17. New Orleans knocked off the NY Giants, 33-18. The LA Chargers edged San Francisco, 29-27, and Baltimore beat Pittsburgh, 26-14. Tonight, Kansas City travels to Denver to take on the Broncos.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 9/28/18

Jonesville Middle School football moved to 2-2 on the season as they beat Blacksburg last night, 38-14.  Will Turner had an amazing game for Jonesville on both sides of the ball, making key plays to pave the way for Jonesville.  Ben Black and Jamyane Henderson also starred on both sides of the ball for the Wildcats.

Cameron Owens, Ben Black, and Jamyane Henderson led the running game for Jonesville, each running for about 50 yards.  Jamyane Hendrson finished with 2 rushing TDs and 2 two-point conversions.  Ben Black had a rushing TD and a two-point conversion. 

Ben Black led the air attack for Jonesville.  Black connected with Nick Queen, Will Turner, and Cameron Owens on multiple occasions.  Cameron Owens took a 60-yd. TD pass to the house.  Khristian Means and Jason Lemons also had a grab.

Leading the defense for Jonesville was Will Turner.  Leading 16-6 with 20 seconds left in the half, Turner ripped the ball from a Blacksburg running back.  Turner took it 70 yards for a TD, adding to the Jonesville lead at the half.  Turner also had an interception and 2 fumble recoveries.  Khristian Means and Alijah Wood also had forced fumbles.  Mason Henderson, Khristian Means, and Jamyane Henderson had sacks for the Wildcats.  Ben Black "quarterbacked" the defense, playing middle linebacker the whole game.  Javion Brannon and Jalen Glenn led the secondary, shutting down the Blacksburg passing attack.  Javion Brannon had several key TD saving tackles in pursuit at free safety.  

Jonesville is 2-2 on the season and is currently fighting for second in their division.  Jonesville plays EP Todd (3-1) in their last home game of the season Thursday, October 4, at 5:00.  This game will be homecoming, 8th grade night, and Pink Out.  This will also be Cheering with the Wildcats night.  

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Union County football will be back in action tonight at home against Clinton for homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Other high school games scheduled tonight include: Chapman at Broome; Mauldin at Boiling Springs; Eastside at Travelers Rest; TL Hanna at Greenwood; Emerald at Mid-Carolina; Whitmire at Ware Shoals; Woodruff at Newberry; Hillcrest at Gaffney; Greer at Greenville; and Spartanburg at Dorman.

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The New York Mets took two of three from the Atlanta Braves, capping the series with a 4-1 win over Atlanta last night. Jason Vargas was stellar for the Mets, pitching 7 innings of three-hit shutout ball, with no walks and six strikeouts. The Mets hit a solo homer in the bottom of the 3rd to take a 1-0 lead. They added a three-run homer in the bottom of the 7th to make it 4-0. Atlanta got its only run on a Ronald Acuna, Jr. RBI single in the top of the 8th. The Braves will wrap up their regular season this weekend in Philadelphia. First pitch tonight is set for 7:10 p.m.

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Clemson hosts Syracuse Saturday, while South Carolina faces Kentucky.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Union County High School football, as Union County hosts Clinton for homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m., with the Shady's Pick 'Em Show starting our pregame programming at 5:30 p.m.

Sports for 9/27/18

Union County sports action for today includes Union County JV football at Clinton at 7 p.m. The varsity girls tennis team is at Clinton at 5 p.m. JV and varsity volleyball is also at Clinton. The JV match starts at 5:30, and the varsity match follows at 7. Sims 8th-grade football hosts Carver at 5 p.m., and Jonesville hosts Blacksburg at 5 p.m.

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Union County football will be back in action Friday night at home against Clinton for homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Other high school games scheduled this weekend include: Chapman at Broome; Mauldin at Boiling Springs; Eastside at Travelers Rest; TL Hanna at Greenwood; Emerald at Mid-Carolina; Whitmire at Ware Shoals; Woodruff at Newberry; Hillcrest at Gaffney; Greer at Greenville; and Spartanburg at Dorman.

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Last night in Atlanta Braves baseball, the Braves only managed two hits in the ballgame as they fell to the Mets, 3-0. Jacob deGrom pitched eight innings of two-hit ball for New York. Sean Newcomb pitched 5 innings, giving up 1 hit and no runs. He had 4 walks and 8 strikeouts. Jacob deGrom did even better, walking none and striking out 10. The Mets had two home runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to shut the door on Atlanta. The Braves wrap up their series with the Mets tonight at 7:10 p.m. Julio Teheran will face Jason Vargas.

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In other MLB scores yesterday, the Angels edged the Rangers, 3-2. The Diamondbacks defeated the Dodgers, 7-2. The Red Sox jumped all over the Orioles, 19-3, in the first game of a doubleheader. In the second game, the Orioles got a measure of revenge with a 10-3 win. The Indians shut down the White Sox, winning 10-2. The Cubs edged the Pirates in 10 innings, 7-6. The Royals knocked off the Reds, 6-1. The Rockies blasted the Phillies, 14-0. The Twins beat the Tigers, 11-4. The Athletics defeated the Mariners, 9-3. The Padres edged the Giants, 3-2. The Brewers won a low-scoring contest over the Cardinals, 2-1. The Brewers moved to within 1/2 game of the NL Central lead, and they knocked the Cardinals 1 game behind the Dodgers for the final wild card spot. The Rays beat the Yankees, 8-7. The Blue Jays knocked off the Astros, 3-1, and in 7 innings, the Nationals defeated the Marlins, 9-3. The game was shortened due to rain.

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Tonight, South Carolina State is at North Carolina A&T at 7 p.m. Presbyterian College will host Lindsay Wilson for a 7 p.m. contest. Northern Iowa is at Indiana State at 7 p.m., and #16 Miami hosts North Carolina at 8 p.m. In the NFL, the Minnesota Vikings take on the LA Rams in Los Angeles at 8:20 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves wrap up their series in New York against the Mets. Braves pregame starts at 5:55 p.m., and the first pitch is set for 7:10 p.m. 

Sports for 9/26/18

Today, Sims 7th-grade football plays at Carver today at 5 p.m. Sims volleyball is at Gable at 4:30 p.m. Jonesville volleyball hosts EP Todd today at 4:30 p.m.

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The UCHS girls tennis team defeated Emerald last night, 7-0.

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Union County football will be back in action Friday night at home against Clinton for homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Other high school games scheduled this weekend include: Chapman at Broome; Mauldin at Boiling Springs; Eastside at Travelers Rest; TL Hanna at Greenwood; Emerald at Mid-Carolina; Whitmire at Ware Shoals; Woodruff at Newberry; Hillcrest at Gaffney; Greer at Greenville; and Spartanburg at Dorman.

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Last night in Atlanta Braves baseball, the Braves defeated the NY Mets, 7-3. The Mets jumped out to a 2-0 lead after three innings. The Mets added a run in the bottom of the 6th to take a 3-0 lead. Atlanta broke out the bats in the top of the 7th to take a 4-3 lead. In the 8th, Atlanta added three insurance runs to make the final 7-3 margin. The Braves scored 7 runs on 10 hits and no errors. The Mets had 3 runs on 6 hits and committed 2 errors. Ozzie Albies led the way with a 2-run home run for Atlanta. The Braves improve to 89-68 with the win, while the Mets fall to 73-84. The teams get together again tonight at 7:10 p.m.

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Gamecocks head coach Will Muschamp announced that wide receiver OrTre Smith would be out for the remainder of the season. Smith has a genetic issue that affects his knee, and he is set to have surgery on it next week. He will be able to use a medical redshirt, as he has only played in two games this year.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves travel to New York to continue the series with the Mets. Braves pregame starts at 5:55 p.m., and the first pitch is set for 7:10 p.m.

Sports for 9/25/18

In Union County sports today, the varsity girls and boys cross country teams have a meet at Woodruff at 5 p.m. The girls varsity tennis team travels to Emerald to take on the Vikings at 5 p.m. UCHS JV and varsity volleyball also plays at Emerald today. The JV match starts at 5:30, with the varsity to follow at 7.

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The Atlanta Braves were off yesterday. They begin their final road trip of the regular season tonight at Citi Field in New York, taking on the Mets. First pitch is set for 7:10 p.m.

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In other MLB action yesterday, the LA Angels knocked off Texas in 11 innings, 5-4. The LA Dodgers defeated Arizona, 7-4. Boston beat Baltimore, 6-2, for their 106th win of the season. For Baltimore, it was their 111th loss this year. Cleveland shut out the Chicago White Sox, 4-0. Pittsburgh downed the Chicago Cubs, 5-1. Colorado walloped Philadelphia, 10-1. Oakland knocked off Seattle, 7-3. San Diego shut out San Francisco, 5-0. Milwaukee beat St. Louis, 6-4, to move to within 1-1/2 games of the NL Central lead. The New York Yankees defeated Tampa Bay, 4-1. Houston knocked off Toronto, 5-3, and Washington downed Miami, 7-3.

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In Monday Night Football last night, Pittsburgh held off a second-half rally from Tampa Bay, defeating the Bucs 30-27. Pittsburgh led 30-10 at the half before Tampa Bay rallied.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves travel to New York to take on the Mets. Braves pregame starts at 5:55 p.m., and the first pitch is set for 7:10 p.m.

Sports for 9/24/18

In Union County sports today, Jonesville Middle School volleyball has a match at High Point at 4:30 p.m. Sims volleyball hosts Carver at 4:30 p.m. Union County varsity girls tennis hosts Gaffney at 5 p.m.

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Union County's varsity football team returns to action this Friday night as they host Clinton for homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Union County Stadium.

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The Atlanta Braves swept the Philadelphia Phillies in a four-game series over the weekend, ending with a 2-1 victory on Sunday. With Saturday's victory, the Braves clinched the NL East for the first time since 2013. The Braves were able to clinch in their final series of the season at home at SunTrust Park. They wrap up the regular season with two series on the road--at the New York Mets and at Philadelphia. Atlanta has today off.

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Trevor Lawrence had four passing touchdowns and 176 yards of passing as Clemson defeated Georgia Tech Saturday, 49-21. Jake Bentley was 19-28 for 261 yards and a touchdown, and Union's Shi Smith had five receptions for 119 yards and a touchdown in South Carolina's 37-14 win over Vanderbilt. Clemson takes on Syracuse on Saturday, while the Gamecocks face Kentucky.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk from 6:05 to 8 p.m.

Sports for 9/21/18

Sims Middle School 7th-grade football fell to Gaffney on Wednesday, 46-0. The 8th-grade team defeated Gaffney 46-42 last night. Jonesville fell to Campobello, 42-12. A rematch of last week's game proved to be no contest, as Campobello once again dominated Jonesville. Ben Black connected with Ja'Raylin Gregory on a 60-yd. TD pass.  Black later connected with Will Turner on a 30-yd. TD pass. Black, Turner, Nick Queen, and Jamayne Henderson all had good games for Jonesville.  Jonesville is now 1-2 on the season and 0-1 in division play.  Jonesville will face Blacksburg next week at home for homecoming in their second division game.  The game is scheduled for 5:00. The JV and varsity football teams are off this week.

Other high school games scheduled for this week includes: Bethune-Bowman at Whitmire; Southside Christian at Saluda; Eastside at Chapman; Laurens at Greenwood; Spartanburg at Hillcrest; Blacksburg at Chesnee; Dorman at Boiling Springs; Westside at Boiling Springs; Abbeville at Hartsville; and Gaffney at Byrnes.

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This weekend's college football schedule for our in-state schools includes: #3 Clemson at Georgia Tech at 3:30 p.m.; The Citadel at Mercer at 4 p.m.; South Carolina at Vanderbilt at 4 p.m.; Norfolk State at South Carolina State at 6 p.m.; Elon at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.; Coastal Carolina at UL-Lafayette at 7 p.m.; Bluefield College at Presbyterian at 7 p.m.; Furman at East Tennessee State at 7:30 p.m.; Carson-Newman at Newberry at 1 p.m.; North Greenville at Delta State at 6 p.m.; and West Alabama at Limestone at 1 p.m.

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Last night in Atlanta Braves baseball, the Braves got an 8-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies to reduce their magic number to clinch the division to 4. The Braves improve to 85-68. Dansby Swanson went 2-3 with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored, along with a walk and a stolen base. The Braves and Phillies get together again tonight at 7:35 p.m. Julio Teheran will start for the Braves. He brings a 9-8 record and a 3.97 ERA to the mound. He has struck out 152 batters in 163-1/3 innings this year. Two more wins in the series will clinch the division for Atlanta.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-6:20 p.m. After that, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves host the Phillies at SunTrust Park. Braves pregame starts at 6:20, and the first pitch is set for 7:35 p.m.

Sports for 9/20/18

Around Union County in sports today, Union County varsity girls tennis will be at Newberry today at 5 p.m. Union County JV and varsity volleyball will also be at Newberry. The JV match starts at 5:30, with the varsity to follow at 7. Jonesville Middle School volleyball will be at Campobello at 4:30 p.m. Sims 8th-grade football will be at Gaffney at 5 p.m. Jonesville Middle School football will host Campobello at 5 p.m. UCHS JV and varsity football have the week off this week. Union County will host Clinton for homecoming on September 28th at 7:30 p.m.

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Yesterday in Atlanta Braves baseball, the Braves avoided a five-game losing streak by defeating the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-3. Touki Toussaint got the win for the Braves, pitching 5-2/3 innings, giving up 5 hits and 2 earned runs. He walked 3 and struck out 8. The Braves were led at the plate by Freddie Freeman, who went 3-3 with his 23rd home run of the season. He drove in three runs and also had a walk and a stolen base. Tyler Flowers also homered in the game. The Braves improve to 84-68 on the season and lower their magic number to six over the Phillies. The Braves will host the Phillies for a four-game series. If the Braves win three of the four games, they will clinch the NL East title. First pitch tonight is set for 7:35 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-6:20 p.m. At 6:20 p.m., we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves open a four-game series with the Philadelphia Phillies that could decide the division title. First pitch is set for 7:35 p.m.

Sports for 9/19/18

Around Union County in sports today, the Sims 7th-grade football team hosts Gaffney at 5 p.m. Sims volleyball has a match at Granard at 4:30 p.m. Jonesville volleyball will host Blacksburg at 4:30 p.m.

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Last night in Atlanta Braves baseball, the Cardinals knocked off the Braves, 8-1. Paul DeJong led the Cardinals, going 2-5 with a home run and 3 RBIs. Ronald Acuna, Jr., scored Atlanta's only run with a solo homer in the bottom of the third to give the Braves a brief 1-0 lead. With the loss, Atlanta falls to 83-68, 5-1/2 games ahead of Philadelphia. Their magic number to clinch the division is still 7, meaning that any combination of 7 Braves wins or Phillies losses will give the Braves the division title. The third and final game of the series is today at 12:10 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball for you, as the Braves try to salvage a win in their series against the St. Louis Cardinals. First pitch is set for 12:10 p.m., and we'll join the game in progress following an abbreviated noon report. Tonight, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-8 p.m.

Sports for 9/18/18

Around Union County in sports today, Union County girls varsity tennis will host Mid-Carolina at 5 p.m. UCHS JV and varsity volleyball will also host Mid-Carolina. The JV match will start at 5:30 p.m., with the varsity to follow at 7. The varsity boys and girls cross country teams will have a meet at Woodruff at 5 p.m.

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Last night in Atlanta Braves baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals came to town and defeated the Braves, 11-6. St. Louis hit several home runs in the win. The Braves were led by Freddie Freeman, who went 2-5 with a home run and two home runs. St. Louis improves to 83-68 on the season, 5-1/2 games behind the Chicago Cubs in the NL Central, while the Braves fall to 83-67. Atlanta still leads the NL East by 6-1/2 games over Philadelphia. Their magic number to clinch the division is 7, meaning that any combination of 7 Braves wins or Phillies losses will give the Braves the division title. Game two of the series is set for tonight at 7:35 p.m.

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The Clemson Tigers dropped a spot in the latest AP football poll. Georgia is now #2 behind Alabama, while Clemson falls to #3. Georgia is coming off a 49-7 win over Middle Tennessee. Clemson knocked off Georgia Southern, 38-7. South Carolina were not ranked in the latest poll, but they did receive votes. They did not play, as their game against Marshall was cancelled due to Hurricane Florence. The top 10 in the AP football poll are: Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma, LSU, Stanford, Notre Dame, Auburn, and Washington and Penn State tied for #10. #12-20: West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, UCF, TCU, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Oregon. #21-25: Miami, Texas A&M, Boston College, Michigan State, and BYU.

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In Monday Night Football action last night, the Chicago Bears defeated the Seattle Seahawks, 24-17.

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This weekend's college football schedule for our in-state schools includes: #3 Clemson at Georgia Tech at 3:30 p.m.; The Citadel at Mercer at 4 p.m.; South Carolina at Vanderbilt at 4 p.m.; Norfolk State at South Carolina State at 6 p.m.; Elon at Charleston Southern at 6 p.m.; Coastal Carolina at UL-Lafayette at 7 p.m.; Bluefield College at Presbyterian at 7 p.m.; Furman at East Tennessee State at 7:30 p.m.; Carson-Newman at Newberry at 1 p.m.; North Greenville at Delta State at 6 p.m.; and West Alabama at Limestone at 1 p.m.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-6:20 p.m. At 6:20, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball, as the Braves host the St. Louis Cardinals for the second of a three-game series. First pitch is set for 7:35 p.m.

Sports for 9/17/18

Around Union County in sports today, Sims volleyball will host Florence Chapel at 4:30 p.m., and Jonesville volleyball travels to Pacolet at 4:30 p.m.

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Over the weekend, the Atlanta Braves dropped their series to the Washington Nationals, losing two of the three games, including dropping Sunday's game, 6-4. Bryce Harper led the Nationals, going 2-3 with a home run, 2 RBIs, and 3 runs scored. Charlie Culberson was 2-4 with a home run and two RBIs. Tyler Flowers also homered in the game. Sean Newcomb was the losing pitcher, going 3 innings, giving up 6 hits and 5 earned runs. He walked 2 and struck out 3. The Braves host the St. Louis Cardinals for three games starting tonight at 7:35 p.m.

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NFL scores from Sunday: Atlanta 31, Carolina 24; LA Chargers 31, Buffalo 20; Minnesota 29, Green Bay 29 (OT tie); Tennessee 20, Houston 17; New Orleans 21, Cleveland 18; Miami 20, NY Jets 12; Kansas City 42, Pittsburgh 37; Tampa Bay 27, Philadelphia 21; Indianapolis 21, Washington 9; LA Rams 34, Arizona 0; San Francisco 30, Detroit 27; Denver 20, Oakland 19; Jacksonville 31, New England 20; and Dallas 20, NY Giants 13. In Monday Night Football tonight, Seattle will visit Chicago.

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Today on WBCU, we'll have SC Sports Talk for you from 6:05-6:20 p.m. At 6:20, we'll have Atlanta Braves baseball, as the Braves host the St. Louis Cardinals for the first of a three-game series. First pitch is set for 7:35 p.m.

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