Clemson and South Carolina football fans, for the most part, find little to agree on as far as the gridiron goes, but once again each school combined to show Palmetto State college football can hold its own on a major stage.
The thought of being some place at 9:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Day didn’t actually have me doing back flips, but I agreed and me and my wife, Anne, headed for our church, First Presbyterian, that holiday morning when you can likely get a few extra winks.
The A.R. Rucker Middle School Rams remained unbeaten on the basketball season with a sweep of Lewisville Middle School on Monday, Dec. 15.
The Rucker boys posted a 56-29 win and the Lady Rams rolled to a 37-2 victory over the LMS girls.
The Rucker Rams used second-half surges to sweep rival South Middle School in basketball on Saturday, Dec. 6 in the Lancaster High School gym.
The Rucker girls posted a 53-33 comeback win in the opener and Rucker boys came on strong at the end to notch a 40-23 victory over the South boys to cap the sweep.
The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission youth soccer teams swept to Central District titles to earn bids to the state tournament Saturday, Nov. 22 at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium.
The LCPRC soccer stars will move on to the state tournament at Bluffton on Saturday, Dec. 6.
Fort Mill scored a touchdown in each half to take a 14-6 win over the Lancaster County Parks and Recreation all-stars in the Central District small fry youth football championship game on Thursday night at Lancaster Memorial Stadium.
The links streak goes on.
The team of University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers and USC Gamecock golfers teamed to post their fifth straight win over the Clemson University golfers in the 13th annual Big Thursday golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Thursday, Nov. 20.