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Today's News

  • USCL Lancers take one win in weekend series

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers closed their weekend baseball series with a split Sunday with NJCAA Region X foe Florence Darlington Tech.
    USCL, 36-18, 17-11, fell to Florence Darlington Tech, 9-5.
    Jonathan Sabo paced the Lancers with three hits, including triple, and drove in a run. Christian Cain had two hits and two runs batted in. Lukas Ray posted two hits.
    Tyler Ackard had a hit and Evan Edwards had two RBIs.

  • County trio in prep softball playoffs

    Three Lancaster County prep softball teams are heading to the playoffs.
    Buford, the Region IV-AA champion with a 12-0 record, will be at home Thursday when the Lady Jackets will face an undetermined foe out of Region III, which was deciding its final finishes with region play-off tiebreakers this week.
    BHS is slated to open the playoffs at 6 p.m. Thursday at home.
    Buford, 16-4, dropped its regular-season finale, falling to Parkwood of Union County, N.C., 8-1 on Monday.

  • Vols golfers now 30-1

    The Andrew Jackson High golf team moved its links mark to 30-1 on the season, defeating Midlands teams Blythewood and Westwood at the Columbia Country Club on Monday.
    The Volunteers shot a 151 to top Blythewood’s 178 and a 190 for Westwood High School.
    AJ senior ace Logan Sowell shot a one-under 35 to earn medalist honors.
    Emily Cox carded a 36.
    Chandler Norville, Dakota Roberts and Mason Sowell each posted a 40.
    Caleb Brown finished with a 42.

  • Lady Bruins booters shell Union County

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins dominated in a senior night soccer rout of Union County High School with a 12-0 win over the Lady Yellow Jackets on Monday night at Memorial Stadium.
    Peyton Patterson paced the Lady Bruins with four goals, three in the first half, with three assists. Kayla Bailey scored two goals and added three assists.
    Heather McCain tallied two goals to aid the LHS girls.
    Michaela Burton scored a goal and added three assists.
    Ashlee Lane scored a goal and assisted Katelyn Prete on her first varsity goal.

  • Jackets swarm Bruins in 11-1 victory

    Buford, in impressive fashion, completed a season’s sweep of host Lancaster with an 11-1 win over the Bruins at LHS’s Doomsday Corner on Monday night.
    The 14-10 Jackets, who topped Lancaster, 8-7 on April 11, struck early, taking a 6-0 lead on the strength of the long ball.
    Eric Miles belted a first-inning grand slam and Druw Rollings smashed a second-inning two-run shot to spark the Jackets’ early surge.

  • Bruins capture KLS meet

    Host Lancaster High School captured top honors in the 10th annual Running for Ryan KLS county track meet held at the LHS track on Saturday.
    The annual meet, held in memory of Ryan McKinney, a former Bruins’ track athlete who graduated at LHS in 2004, featured all four county teams. McKinney died in 2006 and since that time, his mother, Donna White-Bailey, has been on a mission to raise awareness for Kleine Levin Syndrome (KLS).
    Lancaster led the way with 194 points, followed by Indian Land with 127, Andrew Jackson with 73 and Buford 69.

  • News Briefs

    Committee of the Whole to meet

    The Lancaster County Council Committee of the Whole meeting is 4:30 p.m. April 28 in Lancaster County Council Chambers in the Lancaster County Administration Building, 101 N. Main St.

    IL Democratic Club to meet

    The Indian Land Democratic Club meeting is 7 p.m. April 28 at Indian Land High School, 8063 River Road, Indian Land.For details, call Sheila Bickford at (803) 548-0351.

  • Column: Simple steps to enhance education in South Carolina

    We all want our children to do better in school, so education reform is a predictable hobbyhorse. And yet, few offer ideas beyond throwing money at the problem or reducing classroom sizes.
    As the son of an educator dad and literacy-coach mom, I offer simple steps to enhance education in South Carolina’s Fifth District, five vital skills required for 21st century success.

  • Column: If bands can make moral choices, why can’t everyone act on beliefs?

    Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and others have the right to cancel their concerts in North Carolina just because they believe that the state’s HB2 law is discriminatory.
    I also believe people and businesses have the right not to do business with people of different beliefs.

  • Column: Join letter carriers to Stamp Out Hunger!

    The National Association of Letter Carriers will hold its Stamp Out Hunger food drive May 14. Lancaster postal employees will again participate in this national effort, with your help.
    Now in its 24th year, Stamp Out Hunger! is the nation’s largest single-day food drive. Last year, letter carriers collected 70.6 million pounds of food from postal customers across the country, bringing the total donations to more than 1.4 billion pounds of food collected along postal routes since the drive began.