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Community Sports

  • Rain halts, but doesn’t stop race
    Michael Knight For The Lancaster News Brandy Baker and Timbo Mangum were in the front row in the Montgomery Towing Super Street main event Saturday night, Aug. 10, at the Lancaster Super Speedway. When the green flag dropped Baker, Mangum, Walter Cook and Joey Engelbrecht all roared into turn one battling for the lead. The huge crowd stood as leader Mangum exited turn 2 and completed lap one. As the laps ticked off it was Mangum in the lead followed by Baker and then Baker’s son, Andrew Baker.
  • Family Promise tourney Aug. 17
      The sixth annual Family Promise of Lancaster County golf outing is Saturday, Aug. 17 at the Lancaster Golf Club. Registration is at noon, with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m.
  • Brown is back on the field with Lewisville
      RICHBURG – It’s impossible to know how well a football team will perform until they actually step on the field and play. If the Lewisville coaching staff were to suit up, however, there’s no question they’d be good.
  • LGC to have new champ
    Robert Howey rhowey@thelancasternews.com For the first time in three years, the Lancaster Golf Club will have a new club champion. Taylor Banks, the club champion for the last three years, will not be back to defend his title this weekend when the annual tournament is played. The two-day, 36-hole tournament opens Saturday morning and concludes Sunday afternoon.
  • Bear Hug Brawl kicks off Aug. 24
    Robert Howey rhowey@thelancasternews.com The second annual Bear Hug Brawl, a junior varsity football jamboree, is set Saturday, Aug. 24 at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium. The jamboree is held in memory of Buford High School junior varsity football player Seth Muennich, who died after being struck by an auto in the area of Buford Middle School two years ago. Event proceeds support Seth’s Giving Tree Projects and scholarships. The foundation was named Seth’s Giving Tree after one of his favorite childhood books and its story.
  • County prep teams open scrimmages
    Staff Reports Lancaster County high school football coaches will have a good idea where their respective teams stand after today. Teams, in accordance to S.C. High School League rules, launched contact drills at mid-week. Teams can have their first official scrimmage today, and all four county teams plan to be in action on the road. Lancaster High School hits the road for a scrimmage with Class AA foe Chesterfield High School at 6 p.m. Georgetown High School was slated to be part of the scrimmage at CHS, but will not attend.
  • Heintz Performance Limited Late Models to return Saturday
    Michael Knight For The Lancaster News Lancaster Super Speedway will host six divisions of racing highlighted by the return of the Heintz Performance Limited Late Models on Saturday, Aug. 10. The LSS racing card will also feature the Montgomery Towing Super Street, Deal 1 Auto Sales Crate Sportsman, Cauthen Motors Pure Street, Lancaster Speedway Vintage and M&M Garage Muffler & Tire Extreme 4 Division. In the Deal 1 Auto Sales Crate Sportsman Division, Hank Taylor will have to start in the rear of the field after capturing three straight wins.
  • Chiefs sign McIlwain
      Kamaal McIlwain’s latest stop in the National Football League is the Kansas City Chiefs. Kansas City, in an effort to bolster its secondary, signed McIlwain to its preseason roster Thursday, Aug. 1. He is listed on the KC defensive depth chart at right cornerback.
  • Swinging for a cause
    Robert Howey rhowey@thelancasternews.com Teamwork proved to be vital for the winning team in the seventh annual Pregnancy Care Center golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on July 26. The foursome of Danny Reynolds, Dan Edwards, R.G. Hayes and Brian Turner combined for a 17-under 55 to take a two-shot win in the 14-team field. The winning team carded three eagles, four pars and 11 birdies in posting the victory.
  • Wilmore basketball coach at Lewisville
    Travis Jenkins Landmark Bews Service LEWISVILLE – Two years ago, Lewisville High School hired a former player without much coaching experience as its new boys basketball coach. They’re repeating that formula and hoping for similar results. Earlier this summer, Lewisville Athletic Director Rusty Pemberton announced the hiring of George Wilmore.