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Stallions top LHS in 9-3 win

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By The Staff

Lancaster ventures to York today in hopes of rebounding from a home loss to South Pointe.The visiting Stallions played the spoiler Thursday when they notched a 9-3 win over the Bruins at LHS’s Doomsday Corner.LHS visits York today for a 2 p.m. game.Junior Michael Catoe went five frames and took the loss. He allowed four runs, three hits and a walk. Catoe fanned one. Evan Byrd worked two innings and yielded five runs, four hits and three walks. Byrd struck out one.Bryan Gainer led the Lancaster offense with two hits and a run batted in. Catoe had a hit, while Nick Ferguson added a hit and scored a run.Jimmie Jordan and Brandon McGriff each had a hit. Ross Maiden and Josh Warfield each drove in a run for LHS, which dipped to 4-5-1.The Bruins’ squared their mark at 4-4-1 with a 5-2 comeback win over Fort Mill at Doomsday Corner on Tuesday night.LHS senior hurler Nick Ferguson went the distance, fanning seven and allowing five hits and a walk. He yielded two runs.Ferguson aided his effort with a hit and a run batted in.Garrett Faulkenberry paced the Bruins with two hits and drove in a run. Mike Catoe had a hit, RBI and scored a run as did Brandon McGriff.Jimmie Jordan chipped in a hit and tallied a run along with Ross Maiden. Andrew Cureton and Kendall Adams each tallied a run for the winners.The Bruins, down 1-0, rallied with a pivotal five-run charge in the fifth to take control.Lady Bruins winThe Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ softball team routed South Pointe, taking an 11-0 road win.Courtney Cauthen was the winning hurler, fanning two. Erin Walker struck out one and Sarah Amason had three strikeouts in relief.Cherrell Cousar and Candice Benson led the offense with three hits. Angela Faile, Crystal Cauthen and Courtney Cauthen had two hits each. Elizabeth Jeffers also and Angel Cox each had a hit.Bruin netters splitLancaster High School split a pair of tennis matches in Region III-AAAA play earlier this week.The Bruins blanked South Pointe 7-0, but fell to Fort Mill 7-0Logan Catoe (L) def. Seth Cooke (SP) 6-2, 6-2John Michael Catalano (L) def. Drew Carter (SP) 6-2, 6-2Miller DeVenny (L) def. Rob Jolly (SP) 6-3, 6-1Kyle Kramer (L) def. Tyler Williamson (SP) 4-6, 6-4, 10-7Garbo Lo (L) def. Ian Sanford (SP) 6-2 6-1Catoe-Catalano (L) def. Cooke-Carter (SP) 8-5Devin Adams-Phillip Craig (L) def. Matthew Clump-Josg Nquyen (SP)Fort Mill 7 LHS 0William Reigel (FM) def. Logan Catoe (L) 6-0, 6-0Robbie Davis (FM) def. John Michael Catalano (L) 6-1, 6-0Paul Shaw (FM) def. Miller DeVenny (L) 6-1, 6-1Kyle Orsburn (FM) def. Kyle Kramer (FM) 6-1, 6-1Chase Lee (FM) def. Garbo Lo (L) 6-0, 6-0Reigel-Davis (FM) def. Catoe-Catalano (L) 8-1Tyler Davis-Kyle Patterson (FM) def. Devin Adams-Phillip Craig (L) 6-1 6-2IL booters winThe Indian Land soccer team won an emotional match, blanking Ninety Six 4-0 on Friday.The Warriors dedicated the match in memory of Derek Hammaker, an IL player who died in an auto accident this winter.Luke Lambert tallied two goals to lead IL. Stefano Sojo and Emmanuel Mata added one each.“I want to thank the parents, teachers, and students for coming out and supporting the soccer program,” IL coach Adam Cole said. “We had a great crowd and atmosphere.”Junior Warriors win twoThe Indian Land junior varsity soccer teams swept two matches with Clover.The Indian Land junior varsity girls team captured its opener, posting a 1-0 win over Clover.Taylor Harris scored the lone goal of the match. Shelby McConnell had a solid match at sweeper and Taylor Altier played a tough game at forward.In the second match, the 2-0 Indian Land boys defeated a strong Clover team 3-0.Kyle Lombardo opened the scoring five minutes into the match, scoring off a crossing pass from Will Medlock. Ten minutes later, Nick Outen scored on an assist from Thomas Morgan.Just before the half ended, Outen scored again from a free kick by Denis Killoran.Neither team could score in the second half, as stellar defense by both sides limited scoring chances and outstanding goal play stopped the few allowed shots on goal.The dominating IL defense limited the Clover team to just six shots on goal.Indian Land goalkeepers Carson McGinn and Killoran combined for six saves in the shutout win.