Today's News

  • ‘Team effort’ triggers Jackets to split at MHS

    McBEE – Buford’s road split with Conference III-A foe McBee was highlighted by a Jackets’ pounding of the Panthers on Friday.

    Buford started strong and rolled to a 72-37 win over the McBee boys to give the Jackets a split of the doubleheader.

    In the opener, the Lady Jackets dropped a 59-36 loss to the McBee girls.

    The boys’ game saw the Jackets take control early on the way to the 35-point win.

  • Lady Warriors rally, win

    GREAT FALLS – The Indian Land girls stayed unbeaten in Conference III-A basketball play for a split with host Great Falls on Friday night.

    As expected, the Warriors had a tough night in the boys’ game as undermanned IL dropped an 81-23 loss to the Red Devils.

    Indian Land had only one varsity player available for the boys game after 12 players were suspended for the game due to their involvement with a third-period fight in IL’s home game with McBee High School on Tuesday.

  • Bruins' Kirkland inks with S.C. State Bulldogs

    Lancaster High School third-year head football coach Bennie McMurray called Thursday “a great day” at LHS.

    McMurray’s words Thursday morning described the occasion he witnessed in the LHS office conference room.

    William Kirkland, a Bruins’ star offensive lineman, signed a scholarship to play football at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg.

  • Indian Land’s Rashid McGriff (15) passes the ball as Great Falls’ Nate Nelson (41) applies the pressure in the Red Devils’ win over the Warriors on Friday night at GFHS.

  • Bruins corral Thoroughbreds for title game bid

    For a late entry into the Thoroughbred Classic at South Aiken High School, the Lancaster Bruins are making a strong run at the holiday hoops tournament title.

    Lancaster earned a bid to the championship game opposite Battery Creek High School of Beaufort High on Tuesday night at 8:30.

    The Bruins, 6-5, opened play Saturday, taking an exciting 63-61 win over Lake Marion High School. LHS then earned its championship game berth with a 57-52 victory over tournament host South Aiken High School on Monday night.

  • Raiders' run keys victory over Vols

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson hits the road for a pair of key Conference IV-AA basketball games this week and the Volunteers will be seeking to bounce back.

    AJ, hosting Keenan of Columbia, dropped a pair of league games to the visiting Raiders on Friday night.

    The KHS teams, each ranked eighth in their respective statewide hoops polls, rolled to wins over the Volunteers.

    The Lady Raiders posted a 61-21 win over the Lady Vols to open the twin bill.

  • Lancaster High’s Jonathan McGriff (11) goes to the hoop in the Bruins’ 70-64 win over South Pointe in LHS’s Region IV-AAAA opener on Monday night. Lancaster visits Rock Hill on Friday night.

  • BHS girls fall short in loss

    BUFORD – The Buford High girls toyed with the upset, but couldn't quite pull it off in dropping a tough 41-38 home loss to Great Falls on Tuesday night in Conference III-A play.

    The three-point GFHS girls' win gave the Red Devils a sweep after second-rated Great Falls prevailed in the nightcap, 61-38.

    In the opener, Great Falls rallied from a five-point deficit to open the final period to post the three-point comeback win.

    Great Fall outscored BHS 9-1 in the final period to take the victory. Great Falls was able to get the lead late in the game and hold on.

  • Vols rally, present Reeves with milestone win

    Andrew Jackson rallied in the final period to present Volunteers’ veteran boys basketball coach Dale Reeves with his 300th career win on Tuesday night.

    AJ, down 42-40 after three periods, outscored the host Indian Land Warriors 19-12 in the final eight minutes to register the 59-54 comeback win.

    The Vols’ five-point win gave AJ a split after the Lady Warriors took a 59-35 victory.

    The Vols, up 15-13 after one period, held a 32-25 lead at the half, but the Warriors rallied to take a 42-40 lead.

  • Bruins, Vols post region wins

    The Lancaster Bruins ignited in the second period, taking control of the game to gain a Region IV-AAAA split with Rock Hill on Tuesday night.

    The Bruins, 11-10, 3-4, led 22-20 after one period of play, but took control of the game with a 23-6 spurt.

    “We were able to use our speed and athleticism to our advantage,” LHS coach Ricardo Priester said. “Our defense was efficient and it caused some chaos out there for Rock Hill.”