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Community Sports

  • Alexis King paces CPTC AAU National qualifiers
          Alexis King, a 13-14 girls competitor with the Columbus Parker Track Club, led the way as the CPTC qualified 11 athletes to compete in the AAU Nationals to be held at Turner Stadium in Houston, Texas.
  • Dixie Boys 13 stars win district, net state bid
          The Lancaster Dixie Boys 13 all-stars had plenty to celebrate on Independence Day, 2012.
  • P-31 seniors shell Chester
          The Lancaster Post 31 seniors continued their run for the American Legion League V baseball crown with an 11-4 road win over Chester Post 27 on Tuesday night.
  • Ozone all-stars unbeaten in district tourney play
    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone all-stars, ages 11-12, stayed unbeaten in the district tournament at Rodman Park in Chester County with a 10-7 win over York Central on Monday.
  • Tigers take win over Kershaw
    The Lancaster Tigers capped their regular-season schedule, taking a 361-161 win over the Kershaw swim team on Thursday, June 28. Simon Wright and Lauren Spencer led the Tigers with four firsts each. Kershaw swimmers Luke Sowell and Connor Poston had four wins apiece.
  • Tigers take win over Kershaw
    The Lancaster Tigers capped their regular-season schedule, taking a 361-161 win over the Kershaw swim team on Thursday, June 28. Simon Wright and Lauren Spencer led the Tigers with four firsts each. Kershaw swimmers Luke Sowell and Connor Poston had four wins apiece.
  • Crawford falls shorts in bid for London Games
          Shawn Crawford’s run for London fell shy of an 2012 Olympic quest Sunday afternoon at the U.S. Olympic Trials for track and field at Heyward Field at the University of Oregon.
  • P-31 ignites, clubs Clover
    Two days prior to July Fourth, the Lancaster American Legion Post 31 senior baseball team produced their share of fireworks on the diamond. Post 31 rolled to an 11-1 win over Clover, posting the League V win in seven innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.
  • P-31 seeks strong finish
    After a tough loss, the Lancaster Post 31 senior baseball team faces a challenging week. P-31, which dropped a 12-10 road loss to Rock Hill after leading 7-0 at one point, will open the final week of regular-season play with three games. Rock Hill, 12-3, has completed its season. Lancaster, 9-3 in League V play, opens the week with a home game against Clover at 7 p.m. Monday. P-31 travels to Chester on Tuesday and then visits Fort Mill Post 43 on Thursday to cap regular-season play.
  • Blitz nets bid to Southern Championship
    Staff Reports The Palmetto Blitz, a 12-under travel softball team, is on a diamond tear this season. The Blitz, coached by Katherine Small, Jimmy Abbott and Randy Cauthen, has compiled a 29-2 record, with both losses by one run. The team’s success has earned it a bid to the NSA Southern Championship in Tallahassee, Fla., Aug. 1. The Blitz includes girls from Lancaster and the Andrew Jackson and Buford areas.