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Today's News

  • Bruins’ Brunson earns national honor

    The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) has selected Bob Jones University Bruins women’s basketball senior guard Sha’Ron Brunson as national student-athlete of the week.

    She was selected for her play in two games for the Bruins last week.

    Brunson is a former Lancaster High School girls basketball standout who played under coach Ronnie Robinson at LHS, where she graduated in 2013.

  • Lancers sign Argentina player Ruiz

    University of South Carolina Lancaster soccer coach Alex Tarque, in a move to boost the Lancers’ program through international play, has signed Maximilliano Ruiz of Argentina.

    “This is part of a plan to bring a variety of foreign players into the soccer programs for both our men’s and women’s teams at USCL,” said Tarque, who coaches the USCL men’s and women’s teams.

  • Warriors top Jackets on mat

    The Indian Land High School wrestling team celebrated its Class AAA No. 6 state ranking, posting a home win over Lancaster County Class AA foe Buford High School on Wednesday night.

    The Warriors, 18-5, downed the rival Jackets 58-18 at the Indian Land High gym.

  • Spearman: Replace old school buses

    The S.C. Department of Education is pressing the legislature to replace more than 1,000 older school buses and increase bus driver salaries, which is welcomed news for the Lancaster County School District.

    The state currently has 2,805 buses that are over 15 years old, and some dating back to 1988, according to a release from the state department.

  • ‘I have a dream’
  • Warriors open region play with victory over Columbia

    Indian Land High School opened Region IV-AAA basketball play, posting a split with visiting Columbia High School on Tuesday night.
    The 3-10 ILHS Warriors, who snapped a nine-game losing skid, capped the twin bill with a solid 65-54 win over the Capitols.
    The IL girls dropped the opener, falling 38-35 to the Lady Caps.
    In the nightcap, the Warriors bolted from a 16-all tie in the first period to take charge with a 25-11 spree for a 41-27 halftime edge.

  • Lady Jackets blitz Knights for region hoops home win

    Buford split a Region IV-AA twin bill with North Central High School on Tuesday night in the Jackets’ gym.
    The BHS girls built an early lead and steadily pulled away for a solid 72-40 win over North Central at BHS.
    In the boys game, North Central earned a measure of hardwood revenge, taking a 72-54 win over the Jackets.
    The Lady Jackets took the lead in the first period when senior Morgan Deese sparked the BHS girls, hitting eight of her 14 points to give Buford an 18-8 lead after one period.

  • Bruins drop pair to RVHS Blazers

    Lancaster capped a three-game hoops home stand to open the 2017 portion of the Bruins’ schedule, dropping a Region III-AAAA doubleheader to Ridge View on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Bruins fell in the opener, a 64-41 loss, and the Bruins lost, 76-62.
    The girls game was tight to the final quarter when the Lady Blazers used a 25-9 blitz to notch their 23-point win.

  • Vols notch sweep of Rams

    CHESTERFIELD  – The Andrew Jackson High Volunteers made the most of a Region IV-AA road trip to Chesterfield on Tuesday night.
    The sixth-rated Lady Vols topped the CHS Lady Rams, 46-35 and the No. 2 AJ boys rolled to a 64-49 win.
    The AJ boys teams had a fast-paced with the CHS boys.
    Several fast breaks and full-court runs made the game exciting.
    The Volunteers gained the lead in the first quarter, 20-8, and kept the advantage for the rest of the game.

  • Column: Dare to be like Daniel

    Believers in Christ should consider the life of Daniel. Taken captive to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar, he and his three friends were chosen to learn the Babylonian culture and language so they could serve at the royal court.

    But when Nebuchadnezzar ordered they be given the royal food and drink, Daniel asked they might be granted an exemption. He knew that the king’s food had been offered first to idols, and that some of it violated their strict Mosaic food laws.