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Today's News

  • Online ‘truck seller’ bilks teen of $3,500

    A Lancaster teen is out $3,500 after getting burned by an online scammer last month.

  • Sims Foundation awards $1.2 million in grants

    The J. Marion Sims Foundation, Inc. has made awards totaling $1,286,015 to 13 different community organizations in a wide range of areas in its Responsive Grants Program.  

  • Johnson posts exciting Super Street checkers

     

    Veteran driver Pebo Johnson captured an exciting Super Street win to highlight action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, Sept. 28.

    The Super Street front row had Andrew Baker and Steve Hinson, and at the green flag, Hinson, Baker,  Johnson and Cody Baucom roared into turn one battling for the lead.

  • LHS cross country team second in meet

     

    The Lancaster High cross country team split a home meet with Indian Land and Great Falls on Tuesday, Sept. 23.

    IL won the meet, with LHS second. Great Falls was third.

  • Four county players reap Tri-County honors

     

    Four Lancaster County high school football players, including two from Lancaster High School, reaped top honors at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Coaches Association on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

    The LHS honorees included Bruins’ kicker Trevor Latham and defensive lineman Juanyae Richardson.

  • Bruins eye region opener

     

    Lancaster High makes a little history Friday, Oct. 3 when they Bruins venture to Chester High School.

    LHS, a Class AAAA team in the modern era, will play its first region Class AAA game as the Bruins launch III-AAA play at CHS.

  • SCHP: Dozing driver causes Rock Hill Highway crash

    CATAWBA – A tired driver caused a four-vehicle accident on Rock Hill Highway (S.C. 5) just over the York County line early Tuesday, Sept. 30, that injured her and a Kershaw man in another vehicle. 

  • Pope now part of the heavenly football game

    Some four years ago, a book, with Pope as the subject, was written and entitled “Do They Play Football in Heaven?”

    Pope envisioned a lofty place where the game is about the offense always producing and the defense always making the key stop.

    I recall that’s how Mike explained his thinking during a book-signing back in the spring of 2010 at Wingate University, his final coaching stop as a volunteer assistant line coach.

  • Eagles soar by Vols, 39-6

     Kim Roberts

    For The Lancaster News

    PAGELAND – Central of Pageland continued its mastery over Andrew Jackson, thumping the Volunteers, 39-6 in a Region IV-AA football tilt at Pageland on Friday, Sept. 27.

    Central’s Daquan Baker-Moore and DeVonte Robinson each rushed for over a 100 yards as the Eagles rolled to a 33-6 halftime lead for their 19th straight win over AJ.

  • Knights ground Jackets, 26-7

     Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    BUFORD – North Central’s Knights took away Buford’s game plan Friday night, Sept. 26 and used it for themselves.

    North Central used a solid ball-control ground game that vaulted the Knights to a 26-7 Region IV-AA road victory at Jackets Stadium.