ved to 4-0 on the season with a 338-241 win over host Camden on Saturday.
The Tigers, in the 97-point win, were paced by Charlee Brooke Henry, Lauren Spencer, Makenzie Henry, Jonah Faile and Jory Pettit who had four firsts each. Jonathan Wade, Brayden Kennington and Simon Wright each had three wins in the victory.
The Lancaster Post 31 junior baseball team earned some diamond revenge Thursday night at Eggleton Field.
Post 31 juniors avenged their lone loss to date with a convincing 9-3 League V win over Union Post 22.
Union defeated Lancaster 3-2 in Union on June 9.
The six-run win Thursday gave Lancaster the League V juniors’ championship and a home berth in the upcoming Legion baseball state playoffs.
David Oliver was one of four junior golfers to post a third straight win in the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association’s tournament play.
Oliver, playing at his home course at White Plains Golf Club in Pageland, shot a 24 over five holes from special tees to notch his third consecutive win.
The LJGA chapter opened its 2011 season at the Lancaster Golf Club and followed at the Chester Golf Club before playing White Plains in Pageland last Monday.
With all the gut-wrenching action of South Carolina’s emotional 3-2 win over No. 1 national seed Virginia, did you really doubt the Gamecocks’ chances Friday night?
A USC foe’s No. 1 billing seems to inspire the Gamecocks to turn it up a notch, or just whatever it takes.
The Columbus Parker Track Club garnered 77 awards for places first to sixth at the district qualifying meet in Spartanburg.
The Lancaster youth track team amassed 45 medals for its first- to third-place finishers. The CPTC earned eight gold medals, 23 silver medals and 14 bronze medals.
Rekia Polk, in the girls 10-under age group, led the way with two firsts and a second.
During the meet at Spartanburg High School, the team qualified 35 athletes to compete at Lucy C. Laney Stadium in August, Ga.
Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission Dixie Softball all-star teams open district play tonight in three different divisions at the Rodman Sports Complex in Richburg.
The Darlings stars, ages 7-8, and the Angels stars, ages 9-10, will each launch tournament play at 6 p.m.
The Lancaster Post 31 senior team continued its quest for postseason play with a 9-2 American Legion road win over Clover Post 38 on Wednesday night.
The 5-5 seniors, with productive bats, forged a 6-2 lead after six innings and cruised to the seven-run win.