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Today's News

  • Foursome's 56 tops field

    The winning foursome posted a three-shot win in the first A.R. Rucker Middle School Relay for Life golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday.

    The team of Rick Bass, Leroy Roseboro, Donald Littlejohn and Kevin Logan carded a 16-under 56 to take the victory.

    Logan aided the winning effort with the longest drive on No. 5. Logan, for his accurate distance effort, received a special award of a golfer mounted on a Ram done by local artist Bob Doster.

    The Ram is the A.R. Rucker Middle School athletic mascot.

    The winning team topped a 19-team field.

  • Crawford eyes pro future

    Laura Crawford’s dream of playing professional golf is a major step closer to reality.

    Crawford, a former state champion golfer at Lancaster High School, has qualified to play on the Duramed Futures circuit for the 2009 season.

    The  Duramed Futures serves as the developmental tour for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).

    Crawford, 22, earned the chance to play the Duramed Futures tour, a 15-tournament schedule with stops in 13 states, last fall.

  • Sutton second in Conover tournament

    Anthony “T” Sutton finished second in a junior tournament at the Rock Barn Golf and Spa Resort in Conover, N.C.

    Sutton, who turned eight on Feb. 28, moved up to the 8-9 age division.

    Sutton, playing against older golfers in a higher age group, still fared well with at runner-up finish. He shot 80-82 on the challenging course where the senior PGA players compete.

    In addition to his runner-up trophy, he also garnered an Eagle Award.

    Sutton highlighted opening day with a three on No. 8, a 315-yard, par-5 hole.

  • No-hitter keys Warriors

    Tyler Watkins sparked Indian Land to a 10-0 win in Conference III-A baseball play on Friday night.

    Watkins hurled a no-hitter in the Warriors’ home win over North Central. Watkins fanned nine and allowed a walk in keying IL to its first win. Lawson also had two hits to aid his cause.

    Kevin Lawson led the offense with three hits, including two doubles, and drove in six runs. Alex Rodriguez had three hits for the winners.

    Indian Land hosts Camden Military on Monday at 6 p.m. and McBee visits IL for a league clash on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

    Lady Bruins win

  • Police reports - March 27, 2009

    According to Lancaster Police Department reports:

    - A Lancaster man was arrested on a drug charge after a traffic stop on March 18.

    William James Blakeney, 33, 4000 Alee Lane, was charged with possession of crack cocaine.

    The report said officers saw a truck stopped in front of a home on Hazel Street, a known drug area. Officers followed the truck when it pulled off and stopped it after the driver failed to make a complete stop at Dunlap Street and Willowlake Road, the report said.

  • Lady Bruin booters roll on

    The unbeaten Lancaster High School Lady Bruins continued their sterling soccer play, blanking Class AAAA foe Hartsville 8-0 at Memorial Stadium on Friday.

    The Lady Bruins’ win pushed their mark to 6-0 with six straight shutouts. The LHS girls have outscored their foes 42-0.

    Lindsy Cooper sparked the Lady Bruins with five goals in the match. Lena Pringle tallied two and Cady Creighton added a goal for the LHS girls.

    Tara Tipton and Katie Duke teamed for the shutout at the net.

  • March Yard of the Month

    People around here have lots of reasons why they enjoy spending time keeping their yards looking beautiful. But Janie Faile probably has one of the most unique. 

    Faile says that at her age if she doesn’t keep moving around and trying, she wouldn’t be able to do anything else. 

    This “moving around and trying” has not only kept her active, it has earned her home, at 249 Holiday Road in Lancaster,  the designation as Yard of the Month for March.

  • Lady Bruins banking on softball experience

    Third-year Lancaster High School softball coach Shawanda George said an experienced Lady Bruins team can be a force in the Region III-AAAA race.

    The LHS girls, 12-7 last season, have a solid cast of players returning this season.

    Senior right-hander Courtney Cauthen sports an experienced arm on the mound. An all-region pick last spring, she earned the team’s Defensive Award. Junior right-hander Anna Howey adds depth.

    Claire Brown, an eighth-grader, is at catcher, with sophomore Crystal Cauthen also looking to see action behind the plate.

  • Lancaster artist Jeff Lingle returns home to paint mural

    Muralist Jeff Lingle knows when it’s time to stop and put his brushes down.

    When he gets it right.

    “It’s not about what you want,” said Lingle, 41. “It’s about what it wants to be. When you let go and let the paint speak, you will be amazed by what happens.”

    A Lancaster native who now lives in Hermosa Beach, Calif., Lingle owns Over the Moon Murals.

  • Officers arrest Reyes-Campos

    The man accused of stabbing the mother of his children was arrested in Rock Hill by the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday night.

    Gerardo Reyes-Campos has been charged by the sheriff's office with assault and battery with intent to kill.

    Lancaster County Sheriff Barry Faile said his office worked with an informant and conducted surveillance on a home on a dead end street near Lowe's home improvement store in Rock Hill. The store is on Dave Lyle Boulevard. The State Law Enforcement Division assisted in Tuesday's arrest.