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Today's News

  • McKittrick double winner in Tri-County awards

    Andrew Jackson High School senior lineman Dalton McKittrick was a double winner at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill.

    McKittrick was honored twice in the Class A-AA-AAA awards.

    McKittrick was named the offensive lineman of the week with a 91 percent grade, four pancake blocks and zero sacks allowed in the Vols’ 48-0 win over Great Falls.

  • Rucker Rams win, stay unbeaten

    The A.R. Rucker Rams stayed unbeaten on the middle school fooball season, taking a 28-12 win over host Lewisville on Thursday.

    Rucker quarterback J.P. Cunningham had a 35-yard scoring run and also tossed a 50-yard touchdown pass to Sean McCray.

    McCray also caught a 50-yard touchdown pass from Grayson Kirk and grabbed a two-point conversion catch.

    Brice Harris scored a rushing touchdown and tallied on a two-point conversion run for the Rams.

    Linebacker Red Roff and cornerback Cureton Witherspoon led the Rams’ defense.

  • LSS points banquet to be announced

    Lancaster Super Speedway 2017 points champions are SECA Crate Late Models Timbo Mangum, Super Stock Brandy Baker, SECA Crate Sportsman Bill Knight, Renegade Andrew Baker, Pure Stock V8 Adam Bowers, Vintage Marty Spittle and Extreme Rusty Catoe.

    The 2017 points banquet is to be announced, with various awards presented during the event. Keep checking The Lancaster News, or Lancaster Motor Speedway facebook group page for more details.

  • Pigskin Picks race getting tight

    The Pigskin Picks are getting tight at the top.

    Lorie Sistare “Bright,” always among the panel leaders, is a game back in the race for the Picks top spot this week.

    Sistare, rolling with a 15-5 week, is one pick out of the top perch.

    “I’ve got my focus on the front,” Sistare said. “Well, it’s time to shine.”

    News correspondent Mandy Catoe, who has led for the bulk of the Picks season, went 13-7 to see her lead sliced to a mere game.

  • Fall Sports Roundup: Buford Lady Jackets down AJ

    The Buford Lady Jackets rebounded from an opening game loss to notch three straight wins in defeating county and Region IV-AA rival Andrew Jackson for the second time in region volleyball play this season.

    Buford, 14-1, 11-1 in region play, used the 3-1 win over AJ to force a special tie-breaker match at AJ on Thursday when BHS faced North Central for the region title.

    The Lady Jackets and Lady Knights split during regular-season region play this season.

  • Nelson is full bore for Vols

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior player Lamont Nelson is hailed by Volunteers head coach Todd Shigley as “most dependable.”

    “Whatever we need from Lamont, he’s going to give it to us,” Shigley said. “He’s going to step up and give you his best shot.”

    Nelson, a three-year varsity member, has been a key contributor for the Volunteers this season.

    He’s scored five touchdowns, two a week ago when the Vols blanked Class A foe Great Falls High School, 48-0 at home.

  • Column: Santee Cooper board seems to be sleepwalking at state expense

    Chairman Russell Ott appeared frustrated sitting across from outgoing Santee Cooper CEO Lonnie Carter during last week’s House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee hearing.
    “So you don’t know why the board’s not here?” asked Ott.
    “I didn’t know they were invited. I don’t think they knew they were invited,” replied Carter.
    “I don’t think that’s correct,” said Ott.

  • Column: Trip down sartorial memory lane at Taxahaw Baptist homecoming

    Let me tell you about Taxahaw Baptist Church’s Homecoming Fashion Day two Sundays ago. What an event for the ages!
    It was a trip back in time, when we were young with our families, the good old days. Back when we had no fellowship halls, only long tables outside under big trees.
    Everyone shared lots of memories, as we all dressed in clothes that were worn a long time ago.
    Our preacher, Stephen Sullivan, was dressed in a wine-color check shirt, overalls and brogans. His wife, Jennifer, wore a long print dress, pink flowers and pink bonnet.

  • Founders partners with Clemson as Tigers’ Official Credit Union

    From release

    Founders Federal Credit Union is teaming up with Clemson University on a seven-year partnership that expands Founders’ involvement with the university and its athletics programs. 

    As part of its $6 million commitment, Founders becomes the university’s Official Credit Union Partner. It will have an enhanced presence in the Clemson community, with expanded visibility in athletics and greater integration into campus life. In addition, Founders will offer its members a Clemson-cobranded debit card.  

  • Aldi spending $2.2 million to upgrade Lancaster store

    Aldi is investing $2.2 million to renovate its Lancaster store at 1201 Old Charlotte Road, just north of S.C. 9 Bypass, according to the Lancaster Building and Zoning Department.

    The grocery company is aiming to expand and remodel over 1,300 stores by 2020 through a $1.6 billion nationwide plan. According to Aldi, the Lancaster store is one of 31 stores in the Charlotte area that will be part of the company initiative. The grocery chain has set aside $48 million for remodeling these stores.