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Today's News

  • Razorbacks hold off IL Warriors

    WALHALLA – Indian Land High School’s late run to knock off eighth-ranked Walhalla fell short at the Razorbacks’ gym on Friday night.

    The Warriors, who started slow, charged in the second half, but fell short in a 63-52 loss to WHS in the second round of the Class AAA Upper State boys basketball playoffs.

    “We gave it a good shot and cut a 23-point Walhalla lead to seven, but we couldn’t complete the job,” said ILHS coach Nate Smith. “Walhalla is a good basketball, but we battled them to the end.

  • Brown to play for Crusaders

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School football player Hunter Brown is joining AJ teammate Dalton McKittrick at North Greenville.

    Brown, as a walk-on football player, will play for the Crusaders next season.

    “I will play for the time I am there, but my goal is to be a preacher, Brown said.

    Hunter, four-year starter, was a key player for the Volunteers during his high school football career.

  • Late Models look for banner season in 2018

    Lancaster Motor Speedway fans, on Facebook, or any other social media, have likely noticed the 2018 Lancaster Motor Speedway schedule is packed with late model features every single Saturday night for the 2018 season.

    Track fans and drivers are buzzing about the late model races on tap at LMS.

    The late model races are highlighted by the ever-popular Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series with two races.

    Dates for the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series are March 17 and Sept. 1.

  • USC Lancaster Lancers win series over Dolphins

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers baseball team captured a weekend series at Brunswick Community College to improve their record to 2-3 on the 2018 season.

    The Lancers, led by first-year head coach Nick Calhoun, won the series with Brunswick Community College, 2-1.

    The Lancers won twice Saturday, prevailing 13-7 and 7-1.

    Brunswick CC avoided a sweep with an 8-6 win Sunday at the Dolphins’ field in Bolivia, N.C.

  • Sheriff's Column: 2017 crime figures improve, plus arrests are up

    The numbers are in. Lancaster County crime rates were down in 2017 compared to 2016 and were at their lowest levels since 2008 in several categories.
    During the same period, arrest rates were up.

  • Column: Hold bureaucrats accountable for stopping improper gun sales

    In two recent mass shootings, last November at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, and last week at Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., we have seen a total of 43 people killed and another 34 wounded.
    The slaughter of these innocents is inexcusable.
    In the Texas case, the perpetrator committed suicide after having been shot and then pursued by a nearby resident. In the Florida case, the perpetrator was captured shortly after the attack, and will be processed through the criminal justice system.

  • Brunson nets honor

    GREENVILLE – Sha'Ron Brunson was named the PlanFIRST Player of the Game for the Bob Jones University Bruins women's basketball team Feb. 10.

    Brunson scored the first 10 points of the game for the team and finished with 15 overall as the Lady Bruins fell to Pensacola Christian College 71-61.

    Brunson, a senior journalism and mass communication major from Lancaster, is averaging 10 points and 3.3 rebounds a game for the BJU Bruins.

  • LMS hosts open practice Saturday

    In less than a week, Lancaster Motor Speedway fans and drivers can visit the half-mile dirt oval under new management and ownership.

    LMS officials are hosting an open practice session Feb. 24 for the upcoming racing season.

    An open practice means any car in any division of dirt track racing can come and practice at LMS.

  • Stingers finish strong in tourneys

    The Buford Stingers Wrestling Club competed in two tournaments last weekend, earning their share of mat honors.

    The Stingers competed Feb. 10 in the Tour of SC Central Showcase at White Knoll High School in Lexington where the BSWC finished 17th out of 45 teams in a field of 349 wrestlers.

    In the 12U heavyweight division, Tanner Sellers was first with a 2-0 record edging teammate Tony Amos, second with a 2-1 record. Ricky McKinnon also competed in the heavyweight division.

  • Warriors’ Starcher to play at Maryville College

    INDIAN LAND – When Indian Land High School senior linebacker Nico Starcher came to the Warriors’ football team for his senior year, he didn’t know what to expect, but looking back he’s glad he did.

    Starcher’s move made an impact as he has signed to play football at NCAA Div. III Maryville College, a USA South Atlantic Conference member in Maryville, Tenn.

    Starcher made his move to the next level official, signing with the Fighting Scots on Feb. 7 in the ILHS media center.