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Today's News

  • Lancers keep pace in region race with two wins

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers captured two wins over host  Louisburg College (N.C.) on Friday.

    The Lancers, 36-11, 11-3, swept the Hurricanes 13-3 and 11-0 to keep pace in the Region X baseball race.

    The final two games of the four-game set were scheduled for Saturday, but rained out and will not be played.

  • Rain washes out Bruins-Vols game

    Rain washed out baseball play Monday night at Lancaster High School’s Doomsday Corner.

    The Bruins were hosting county rival Andrew Jackson High School for their second meeting of the 2017 prep baseball season, but a late evening rain halted action in the bottom of the second inning.

    Lancaster held a 2-1 lead on the Volunteers, but the game was stopped and won’t be reset due to region games to be played and no dates available to play a make-up game.

  • LHS’s Ames signs with Claflin

    Lancaster High School senior softball player Jada Ames’ dream became reality Tuesday afternoon in the LHS conference room.

    James, a star third baseman for the Lady Bruins, signed a scholarship with NCAA Div. II member Claflin University to continue her education and softball career at the Orangeburg school.

  • Column: Using home equity as retirement income

    An article from Investment News highlighted a recent study from the National Council on Aging that measured the interest in and understanding of home-equity products among both older homeowners and financial advisers.

    The study revealed that as retirees age their retirement concerns increase due to rising medical costs and the fear of outliving their retirement savings.    

  • LHS girls have solid run in Azalea field

    Lancaster High School’s Lady Bruins softball team went 3-2 in the 27th annual Azalea Invitational tournament at Summerville earlier this week.

    LHS opened play, rolling to three straight wins.

    The Lady Bruins topped Northwood Academy of Charleston, 5-3 and followed with a 3-2 win over the Summerville High Lady Wave.

  • Lady Vols seek consistent play

    Andrew Jackson High School veteran girls soccer coach Lee Hanna is looking for a level of consistency as the Lady Volunteers hit the home stretch of their 2017 season.

    Hanna, in his fifth season guiding the Lady Vols, has his share of experience this spring.

  • Druw Rollings returns to hoops to play for CIU Rams

    Former Buford High School boys basketball star Druw Rollings is returning to the hardwood.

    Rollings, a 6-5 post player who graduated at BHS in 2016, is going back to hoops to play at Columbia International University in Columbia.

  • Warriors split in Wheels tourney day 2 play

    ROCK HILL – Indian Land High School split a pair of games in the Wheels Baseball Invitational tournament at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill on Thursday.

    The 12-8 Warriors, who opened play Wednesday with a 5-1 win over Class AAAAA foe Clover High School, defeated Christiansburg High School (Va.), 8-2 and dropped a 3-1 loss to the tournament host SPHS Stallions on Thursday.

  • 11th Running for Ryan Saturday

    The 11th annual Running for Ryan Lancaster County track meet, a highlight of the county track season, is Saturday at the Lancaster High School track.

    The Running for Ryan meet also serves as an event to promote a greater awareness of KLS – Klein Levin Syndrome.

    The meet is held in memory of Ryan McKinney, a former Lancaster High School track athlete who died in 2006 of cardiac arrhythmia.

  • Sports Talk: These 3 guys enjoyed life

    Holy week has been a challenge with the death of three longtime friends.

    The trio includes David McIsaac, Phillip “Corky” Holliday and Robert Gardner.

    Can’t quite recall when I saw each of them last, but they were good guys in their own way.

    Like us all, they had their share of flaws, but at the end of the day, it was fun to be around each man.