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Today's News

  • Stand up, be quiet for our veterans

    – Editor’s note: Due to requests from our readers, we are reprinting this Remember When column, which was originally published in the Nov. 9, 2008, edition of The Lancaster News.

    At one time, the significance of Nov. 11 – Veterans Day – wasn’t lost on anyone.  
    Of course, World War I ended years before I was born, but Uncle Harry made sure I was well-schooled on what he called the Great War or the War to End All Wars.
    There was a bunch of World War I soldiers around, too.

  • Caps hold off Warriors

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – For the Indian Land Warriors, it was a case of so close, yet so far away in a 28-21 Class AA Upper State first-round loss to Columbia High School.
    The Warriors, down 28-21, were four yards away from possibly tyeing the game and forcing a pivotal overtime period, but it as good as the situation appeared, it never came.

  • Clover clubs Bruins in 31-6 triumph

    CLOVER – The final night of the 2010 Lancaster High School football season was much like the final month of the season.
    “Total disappointment,” said a dejected Bruins’ head football coach Bennie McMurray after seeing the Bruins fall to Clover 31-6 at Clover Memorial Stadium.
    The finale was much like the previous three weeks – setbacks with a familiar feel – little offensive punch and too much time on the field for the defense.

  • Rec county volleyball league sports 3 teams

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation girls youth volleyball league plays at Andrew Jackson, Buford and Springdale Recreation centers.
    The league has eight teams and is coached by volunteers. The league uses high school volleyball rules with rally scoring of games to 25 and, if a third game is needed, it’s played to 15.
    Lancaster Teal vs. Buford Blue, 25-23,  19-25, 7-15. Outstanding players: Sarah Ghent, Brynn Plyler.
    Buford Gold vs. AJ Purple, 25-7, 25-19. Outstanding players: Betty Ingram, Caroline Dixon.

  • Tri-County Coaches honor trio of county football aces

    Three Lancaster County prep football standouts were honored by the Tri-County Football Coaches Association earlier this week.
    Lancaster High School’s Daniel Foster was saluted along with Indian Land’s Marc Morris and Chad Thomas.
    Foster, a senior defensive lineman, was selected as the Division I Defensive Lineman of the Week in the Bruins’ 21-7 road loss to Spartanburg High School. Foster notched 16 tackles, two sacks and recovered a fumble against the Vikings.

  • Mace's Warriors weapon

     

       

    The stunning rise of the Indian Land High School football team can be attributed to a host of royal blue and gold factors.

  • Brice's kicks land him in elite company

     

         Punters typically are not among the most respected players on the football field.

    Will Brice, a former Lancaster High Bruins standout, was not your typical punter.

  • LHS cross country solid in state qualifier

    Lancaster High cross country teams geared for the Class AAAA state meet with a solid effort at the state qualifier last Saturday.

    Six of seven LHS varsity boys posted their personal best times at the meet.

  • LHS cross country solid in state qualifier

    Lancaster High cross country teams geared for the Class AAAA state meet with a solid effort at the state qualifier last Saturday.

    Six of seven LHS varsity boys posted their personal best times at the meet.

  • LHS cross country solid in state qualifier

    Lancaster High cross country teams geared for the Class AAAA state meet with a solid effort at the state qualifier last Saturday.

    Six of seven LHS varsity boys posted their personal best times at the meet.