The Lancaster County Parks and and Recreation Commission has set fall sports registration.
The LCPRC fall sports program will include a new program for fall baseball for boys ages 5-12 and girls softball for ages 5-12 as of Sept. 1, 2013.
The Lancaster Tigers topppled the Kershaw Stingrays, 320-224 in a meet at the Kershaw Aquatics Center on Saturday, June 29.
The Tigers were led by Lauren Spencer and Jonathan Wade who had four wins each.
The Lancaster Dixie Boys 13 all-stars are headed to the state tournament in Aiken after winning the District 10 championship in York.
The Lancaster 13s captured the district crown and state bid with an 8-3 win over the Rock Hill all-stars on Tuesday, July 2.
The Lancaster County Recreation Commission Angels National all-stars, fresh off winning the District Two championship, open state play Saturday, July 6 at 11 a.m. when they play Boiling Springs in North Charleston.
The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14 all-stars opened district tournament play with a pair of wins at Minuteman Field over the weekend.
Lancaster downed Kershaw National, 10-7 on Saturday, June 29 and then defeated Union, 9-6 on Sunday, June 30.
The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission Little League Baseball all-stars were eliminated in two games in the district tournament at Springdale Park.
The Lancaster County stars, led by manager Dale Jenkins, fell to Fairfield County, 16-10 in the District 8 minor league tournament opener on Thursday, June 27.
he Lancaster Makos swim team defeated the Chester Waves, 311-179 on Tuesday, June 25.
The Makos were led by Emmie Grace Johnson, Wesley Montgomery, Taylor Teague, Reece Walker and Nathan Reid who had three wins each.