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Today's News

  • Baker's win part of LMS exciting night

    Lancaster Motor Speedway featured an exciting night at the track Saturday.

    Austin Baker captured the checkers in the Young Guns main event to open action at the half-mile dirt oval. It was a spirited battle that took place between Baker and divisional rivals Nathan Geist and Andrew Yandle.

    Geist appeared to be well on his way to his first-ever dirt track win. The drivers battled often two- and three-wide en route to a thriller for the fans.

    Baker was the winner, Geist second, Yandle third, Brandan Blackmon fourth and Josh Langley fifth.

  • Ozone stars rally to stay alive in tourney

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone stars stayed alive in their quest for the district championship with an exciting 10-9 win over host Lockhart on Friday night.

    The Lancaster stars captured the extra-inning win in the eighth inning when Quadarius Fair singled home Deuce Dunlap for the winning run. Dunlap, who had three hits and drove in a run, drew a walk to open the rally and then stole second and third. Fair, who had two hits and a pair of RBIs, then singled home Dunlap to cap the win.

  • Recreation Department sets changes, registration for 2009 fall sports seasons

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Department’s fall sports programs are just around the corner.

    The registration window for soccer, football and cheerleading takes place from July 27-Aug. 21. This year there will be some changes for soccer and football.

    The fall soccer program will have five age groups.

    The age groups are as follows: 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-15. Cost is $50 per child.

    Ages 5-6 and 7-8 will play 7 against 7 and on a 135 x 90 field with 6 x 12 goals. All other age groups will play 11 against 11 on a regulation size field.

  • Seniors fall in game three

    West Columbia rallied from an early 1-0 deficit with a five-run fourth inning on the way to a 6-3 win over Lancaster Post 31 in game three of the American Legion baseball Upper State best-of-five first-round series on Wednesday night.

    Lancaster, up 2-1 in the series heading to game four Thursday night at Lancaster, opened play with a 12-1 road win on Monday and a 6-2 victory on Tuesday night at Eggleton Field.

  • Robinson's 75 highlights third LJGA win

    Corey Robinson’s 75 gave him his third win of the season at the Kershaw Golf Club on Monday during the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association’s fourth tournament of the season.

    “That was a pretty solid round for Corey and he’s been pretty steady all season,” said Lancaster chapter director Raymon Chisom.

    Robinson’s five-shot win helped him to pad his overall points to 95. Taylor Jordan followed with an 80 and Austin Terry carded an 81.

  • WC shutout dashes Post 31's hopes

    WEST COLUMBIA  The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion senior baseball team’s season went south in a 5-0 loss to West Columbia on Friday night at Airport High School.

    The P-31 seniors, up 2-0 in the best-of-five Upper State first-round playoff series, saw host Post 79 take its third straight victory and win the series, 3-2.

    Lancaster, which finished 11-13, spotted West Columbia a four-run first inning and never could recover in the shutout loss.

  • Dixie Boys stars earn state berths

    The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14-year-old all-stars capped an impressive run to the district championship and gained a bid to the state tournament in Lexington with a 10-0 win over Union at rainy Minuteman Field on Wednesday night.

    Winning hurler Drew Hopper hurled a two-hitter and struck out eight. He walked two.

    Sid Watson paced the offense with two hits and scored two runs. Tripp Wright had a hit, drove in two runs and scored three runs. Cody Cooper aided the attack with a hit and drove in two runs.

    Trey Payne had a hit and tallied a run.

  • Bruins Booster Club offering options in membership drive

    The Lancaster Bruins Booster Club is conducting its annual membership drive with several options for LHS fans during the 2009-10 sports seasons.

    Club memberships range in levels from $25 to $500.

    Club president Shane Caroway said the best option is the $250 Silver Bruin membership.

    The $250 membership offers 4 VIP passes for any Lancaster High School varsity, junior varsity and B-team home athletic event during the regular season.

    The membership also offers a key chain, three shirts, reserved seating and a front row parking pass.

  • Scott sparks Sharks in solid Aquatics effort

    Lancaster County Sharks’ girls 9-10 swimmer Gracie Scott led a strong effort in the annual Aquatics at the Lancaster County pool.

    The two-day meet, which began Wednesday, saw Scott post four firsts and help the LCST to two firsts in relay events.

    Ashley Abbott, girls 7-8, along with Samuel Page and Logan Phillips, each a boys 7-8 competitor, had two firsts apiece to aid the LCST effort.

  • Fireworks on the asphalt

    For many, July 4 is about picnics, barbecues and fireworks. Most people went to these during last weekend, but for fans of Lancaster Speedway, July 4 included a visit to Lancaster Speedway for a night of racing.

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