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Today's News

  • South, Rucker take wins

    The South Mustangs evened their record at 1-1 with a 22-0 win over Buford Middle School.

    Ryland Bell returned the opening kickoff 60 yards for a 6-0 lead.

    Zy Moffatt scored on a 45-yard run and Jamarcus Elder added the two-point conversion.

    South coach Marion Stephens saluted Fred Twitty, Jamez Dye and Bell with solid defensive games.

    Rucker rolls

    The A.R. Rucker Rams upped their record to 2-0, taking a 46-12 win over Great Falls Middle.

  • Column: Do we need ‘category 6’ for today’s hurricanes?

    There’s been a devastating trail of destruction and flooding in the last few weeks following Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. The latter was the strongest sustained hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic outside the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico.

  • Deese captures Spin Spittle Memorial

    The “Big Show” Kenneth Deese captured the biggest race ever in the history of the  Lancaster Super Speedway Vintage Division, the Spin Spittle Memorial, on Saturday.

    The Spin Spittle Memorial front row had Deese and Joe Howie.

    At the green, Howie, Deese, Ron Geehring and Mark Bennett battled for the lead entering turn one. Exiting two, the race was a two-car battle between Deese and Howie.

    As the laps ticked off, Mike Huey, making his Vintage return in the 07 machine, charged to third.

  • Big-play Rams blast Warriors

    Lee McManus

    For The Lancaster News

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors were back at home Friday night to face a familiar foe, the unbeaten Chesterfield Rams.

    The Warriors and Rams were in the same Class AA region just two years ago. The No. 7 Rams still looked the same, using their speed and Indian Land's mistakes, to bolt to a 20-0 lead seven minutes into the game.

    The Rams used big plays to pull away for a 48-25 win Friday night at the ILHS Reservation.

  • Falcons edge Bruins, 14-7

    The game wasn’t a thing of football beauty, but Nation Ford coach Michael Allen was all for the taking.

    He had to be.

    The Falcons, at Lancaster Memorial Stadium on Friday night, were in quest of their first win on the season and they went home victors with a tough 14-7 non-region win.

    “It’s a ‘W,’ ” said Allen after addressing his Falcons’ team.

    All the scoring came in the first half as the Falcons built their seven-point edge.

  • Vols blank Knights in 28-0 win

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers opened Region IV-AA play in a big way, rolling to a 28-0 home win over the rival North Central Knights on Friday night.

    The 2-2 Vols, with a strong running game – 283 yards, posted four rushing touchdowns on the way to the shutout win.

    O.J. White placed the first points on the board at 10:46 of the second quarter with a two-yard rushing touchdown. Avery Funderburk kicked the extra point to put the Vols up, 7-0.

  • Small sparks Buford to 28-27 win

    BUFORD – In a game billed the “Fire Ant Bowl,” it was only fitting a Small player, potent in his play and offensive sting, come up big for a huge Buford High School football win Monday night at Jackets Stadium.

    Buford senior halfback Dalton Small sparked the inspired Jackets, 4-0, to a 28-27 Monday night football win over Lee Central of Bishopville, which came into the game unbeaten and ranked No. 5 in the latest Class AA state media poll.

  • Small sparks Buford to big win

     

    BUFORD – In a game billed the “Fire Ant Bowl,” it was only fitting a Small player, potent in his play and offensive sting, come up big for a huge Buford High School football win Monday night at Jackets Stadium.

    Buford senior halfback Dalton Small sparked the inspired Jackets, 4-0, to a 28-27 Monday night football win over Lee Central of Bishopville, which came into the game unbeaten and ranked No. 5 in the latest Class AA state media poll.

  • Buford tops No. 5 Stallions

    Unbeaten Buford, 4-0, knocked off the No. 5 Lee Central Stallions, 28-27 at BHS on Monday night.

  • CCA celebrates 15th-annual Grandparents Day at school

    From release

    Carolina Christian Academy in Lancaster held its 15th-annual Grandparents Day on Sept. 8, welcoming all the school’s grandparents for a breakfast of sausage, eggs, grits and biscuits.

    More than 220 plates were served, said CCA Principal Trina Coley.

    "Serving breakfast to our students and their grandparents is just a small way we can say thank you for all the many things grandparents do for their grandchildren and our school," said Coley.