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Today's News

  • Funderburk to guide BHS athletics

    BUFORD – Take the assistant tag off Eric Funderburk’s assistant athletic director’s title.

    He’s officially the Buford High School athletics director, replacing veteran Jackets’ AD Mike Wells, who is retiring with the 2016-17 school year.

  • Funderburk to guide BHS athletics

    BUFORD – Take the assistant tag off Eric Funderburk’s assistant athletic director’s title.

    He’s officially the Buford High School athletics director, replacing veteran Jackets’ AD Mike Wells, who is retiring with the 2016-17 school year.

  • Upstate runner-up LHS golfers look to Class AAAA state field

    The Lancaster High School golf team qualified for the Class AAAA state golf tournament as the Class AAAA Upper State runner-up with a 315 at the Woodside Plantation Cupp Course on Monday.

    Wren High School of Piedmont topped the Class AAAA Upstate field with a 309.

    LHS junior golfer Brady Hinkle, fifth in the medalist running, shot a 76 to lead the Bruins.

  • Lancers reap Region X baseball honors

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers, the regular-season NJCAA Region X baseball champions, reaped their share of diamond honors with the school’s first-ever regular-season title.

    USCL swept the region’s top three awards as veteran head coach Steve Williams was named the Region X Coach of the Year and two Lancers earned top player honors.

  • Sports Talk: Barbara Tyler, matriarch of Lady Vols sports

    When Lancaster County School District public information officer David Knight calls The News’ sports desk, he’s usually in a kidding mood.

    His call late Thursday afternoon lacked his usual jovial tone. He had good reason as he passed along some sad news.

  • Column: Let’s assess governor’s 1st 100 days

    May 4 marked Gov. Henry McMaster’s 100th day in office. Since there was such a flurry of reporting about President Trump’s first 100 days, it seems appropriate to look at what McMaster has achieved in his first 100 days.
    Below is a simple recounting of the facts as reported by the state’s media. I then offer my opinion, and I leave it to you to decide for yourself if McMaster, so far, has succeeded or failed.

  • Column: I’m no fan of the Confederate flag, but I offer this narrow defense of it

    An article in Friday’s paper detailed a minor controversy this week in Lancaster.
    The county removed two small Confederate battle flags from a wreath laid at the Confederate Soldiers’ Monument in front of the historic courthouse. And the people who put the wreath there in honor of Confederate Memorial Day were unhappy about that.

  • Lady Warriors capture Class AAA girls state soccer championship

    IRMO – As they say, practice makes perfect.

    Indian Land High School girls soccer coach Mark Bonda said the Lady Warriors’ first-ever Class AAA state championship was all bout preparation and execution.

    As it turned out, the marathon match – regulation, two 10 overtimes and two five-minute sudden death periods, came down to penalty kicks and the 19-5-1 Lady Warriors converted on all five to give ILHS a 2-1 win over Class AAA Lower State champion Brookland-Cayce High School in W.C. Hawkins Stadium at Irmo High School on Saturday afternoon.

  • Buford wins Class AA Upper State softball crown

    The Buford High School Lady Jackets softball team is returning to the Class AA state championship series to defend its crown.

    Buford, continuing its splendid postseason softball run, advanced to the Class AA softball state title series for the second straight season with a 3-0 win over rival Andrew Jackson High School on Friday at the Lady Jackets' field.

    Buford scratched for a run in the first inning and added two more in the bottom of the fifth to build its three-run edge on the Lady Volunteers.

  • Lady Vols stay alive to battle BHS

    LANDRUM – Determined Andrew Jackson used the long ball to return to rival Buford to play for the Class AA Upper State softball championship tonight.

    AJ, which fell to Buford, 3-2 to open the double-elimination Class AA Upstate championship series a week ago, has captured two straight elimination game wins, including a 6-3 victory over host Landrum High School on Wednesday, to stay alive in the postseason.