Emily Cox, playing in her first Vicki DiSantis Girls’ Championship, made a 15-foot par putt on the final hole to capture the title by one stroke Sunday, May 3.
The DiSantis Girls’ Championship is held at Pine Island Country Club in Pinehurst, N.C.
Rain did little do put a damper on the Seth’s Hope 5K Road Race at the University of South Carolina Lancaster on Saturday, April 25.
Central High School runner Mustapha Elgazar, 16, topped a 53-runner field in 19:16 during the rainy race at the USCL course.
The Seth’s Hope 5K road race is set for Saturday, April 25 at the Gregory Health and Wellness Center at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.
Runners can register at jackrabbittiming.com. Race day registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with the race set to begin at 8:30.
The Lancaster Bowling Center is usually a popular place for youth bowlers on the weekends, and it will be that and more over the next three weekends.
The USBC South Carolina youth bowling tournament will take center stage at the LBC over the next three weekends.
A chilly, rainy March morning greeted competitors and spectators for the 41st Universal Martial Arts Championships at the Springdale Recreation Center in Lancaster on Saturday, March 14.
The event is sponsored by Hanshi James E. White and the Universal Karate Studios.
Lancaster County Parks and Recreation is hosting the 2015 SCAP Central District youth basketball tournament.
All-star basketball teams for the 10U boys, 10U girls and the 12U girls tournament will play Friday, March 6, and Saturday, March 7.
The A.R. Rucker Rams capped a season’s hardwood sweep of the rival South Middle School Mustangs in the Lancaster High School gym on Thursday, Feb. 12.
The Rams, with the wins, wrapped up conference basketball championships.