Warriors 8th in Director’s Cup AA standings

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Indian Land High athletics

By Robert Howey



Indian Land finished eighth overall in the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association Director’s Cup standings for Class AA high schools.

The Director’s Cup is based on every school’s playoff finish over the past school term and ranks high schools’ athletic programs based on all sports.

Indian Land, which fields 14 varsity sports, had only three teams which didn’t make the Class AA playoffs during the 2012-13 school term.

The Warriors had two teams which won region titles – boys basketball and boys soccer.

The Warriors’ basketball team advanced to the Class AA third round, while the IL boys soccer team won the Class AA Upper State title for the second straight season.

The IL boys soccer team was second in the final Class AA state poll, while the Warriors’ basketball team was fifth in the final Class AA boys basketball state rankings.

Indian Land finished as the Class AA state runner-up to Bishop England in boys soccer, falling 4-3 in sudden death overtime. Bishop England was the top team in Class AA for the Director’s Cup.

Indian Land was the top finishing school among Region IV-AA teams, with Cheraw at No. 10.

Bishop England topped the Class AA Director’s Cup standings and the Bishops were followed by Waccamaw, Academic Magnet, Pendleton, Chesnee, Landrum, Aynor, Indian Land, Dillon and Cheraw

Class AAAA – Lexington, Wando, Summerville, J.L. Mann, Dorman, Dutch Fork, Spring Valley, Riverside, Fort Mill, Mauldin

Class AAA – Hilton Head, Daniel, Eastside, Socastee, A.C. Flora, Greenville, Chapin, Hartsville, Wren, James Island

Class AA – Bishop England, Waccamaw, Academic Magnet, Pendleton, Chesnee, Landrum, Aynor, Indian Land, Dillon, Cheraw

Class A – St. Joseph’s, Christ Church, Johnsonville, Southside Christian, Carver’s Bay, Greer Middle College, Whale Branch, Lewisville, Latta, Greenville Tech Charter.