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Today's News

  • LHS wrestlers clip Eagles in revenge win

    The Lancaster High School wrestling team rebounded with a solid win over Class AA foe Central of Pageland at the Eagles’ gym on Thursday.

    The Bruins, who improved to 3-6, rolled to a 57-24 win. LHS’s 33-point win avenged a  41-39 home loss to Central last month.

    The Bruins posted six pins en route to the win.

    Gabe Campo, Justin Harper, Joe Craig, Donald Heath, Dawan Thompson and Clay Rollings each had a pin for LHS.

    Cody Pate had a decision, while Jeff Strickland, Quanterious Degraffenreid and Marshawn Rhoney each prevailed on forfeits.

  • Pardue nominated for Red Zone Award

    Andrew Jackson High School senior quarterback Daniel Pardue has been nominated as an Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year.

    As a result of this achievement, Pardue is among a select group of players who are eligible to be selected as a national Red Zone Player of the Year and be honored in a full-page feature in USA Today in February.

    Pardue, a three-year starter for the Vols, guided AJ to a 5-6 record, a third-place finish in Conference IV-AA and a first-round Class AA Upper State playoff berth.

  • Morgan, Rowell deserve fair pay

    Tough economic times means sacrifices. And most of us in Lancaster County are probably making them now that the economy is in a recession. Those sacrificing the most are obviously those without jobs, and, unfortunately, there are many in the county who are out of work now – about 4,000 in December, according to the state Employment Security Commission.

  • Powell to lead Lancaster County Gamecock Club

    Glenda Powell has made history.

    Powell, an avid University of South Carolina fan and a longtime member of the Lancaster County Gamecock Club, is the first woman to lead the local chapter of the USC athletic booster organization.

    Powell was elected at a recent Lancaster County Gamecock Club business meeting.

    She replaces longtime Lancaster County Gamecock Club president Billy Crenshaw.

    Crenshaw, a Lancaster contractor, has served as the local Gamecock Club president for 25 years.

  • Vols fall twice to CHS Eagles, seek to rebound Tuesday night

    PAGELAND – Andrew Jackson dropped a pair of Conference IV-AA games at Central of Pageland on Friday night.

    The Eagles capped the sweep with a 55-42 comeback win over the Vols.

    In the opener, the Lady Eagles prevailed 53-38.

    The nightcap saw the Vols lead for three periods, but the eighth-rated Eagles came alive to rally for the 13-point league win.

    AJ held a 35-24 lead going into the final period, but the Vols managed only seven points in the pivotal fourth quarter.

  • Breaking News League upholds Warriors' probation

    The S.C. High School League's executive committee upheld the one-year probation imposed on the Indian Land High School boys basketball program Thursday.

    The Warriors appealed the League's one-year probation, but the executive meeting upheld the ruling by a vote of 14-0 during a hearing at the S.C. High School League office in Columbia.

    The probation came following an incident Jan. 6 when Indian Land was involved in a scuffle during the second half of the Warriors' Conference III-A home game with the Panthers.

  • Jackets drop pair to L-E

    The Buford High School Yellow Jackets’ basketball teams return to action Tuesday when they hope to rebound in a home twin bill with Class AAAA foe Nation Ford.

    The Jackets, in their only hoops action of the week, dropped a non-region twin bill at Lugoff-Elgin on Wednesday at the Kershaw County Class AAA school.

    The L-E girls used a torrid second period to take a 50-29 win over the Lady Jackets.

    In the nightcap, the Demons rolled to an 81-57 victory.

  • Stallions stampede LHS Bruins

    The Lancaster Bruins’ wrestling team ran into a buzzsaw on the prep wrestling mat on Wednesday night.

    South Pointe of Rock Hill dominated the action, taking a 63-4 win over LHS, which fell to 1-5 with the Region IV-AAAA loss.

    “South Pointe has one of the top teams in our region and we found out why,” Lancaster coach Terry Marshall said. “We gave up 12 points off the bat on forfeits and that makes it tough against a talented team like South Pointe.”

  • Warriors 2nd in tourney

    Indian Land High School finished second in the fourth annual Indian Land Duals on Saturday afternoon in the Warriors’ gym.

    Class AAAA South Pointe edged the Warriors 36-33 in the championship match of the dual tournament.

    The event featured nine teams, with each competing in pool play before moving to the title match.

    Indian Land, 16-9 on the season, defeated Ardrey Kell of Mecklenburg County, N.C., Cheraw, Sun Valley of Union County, N.C., and Nation Ford of Fort Mill.

  • Concentrate on the simple things

    With each day that passes there are more and more jobs being cut out due to the economic wreck we have created. I say we because in South Carolina we elected for a second term a governor who proposes outcomes that only the rich can survive.

    I think every elected official goes into office wanting to make a difference, however, the ones who become political all-stars are those officials who find resolutions without career moves and financial incentive as the motivator.