Community Sports

  • Lancers take 2 of 3 from Guilford Tech
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers capped their regular-season baseball schedule with two Region X wins over Guilford Tech. The Lancers were slated to play four games, but rain washed out the finale Sunday afternoon at the Lancaster High School baseball field.
  • Clutch teamwork keys foursome to Partners for Youth golf tourney win
    Robert Howey rhowey@thelancasternews.com Teamwork proved to be a key factor for the winning team in the 21st annual Partners for Youth golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Friday afternoon. The winning foursome teamed for a 51, which forced a card playoff and an eagle on the third playoff hole, No. 5, gave it the win. “It was all a team effort,” said Greg Gates of the winning team sponsored by McKittrick Timber. “We all made some key putts and we all had some key drives.”
  • Lancers capture one of four wins
    For the third straight series, the University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball team posted a win to dodge a Region X sweep. The Lancers, 30-15, 12-12, won the Sunday opener at the Lancaster High School baseball field where they took a 4-2 win over Pitt Community College.
  • Renovation set for LGC
          The Lancaster Golf Club will sport plenty of activity over the next three months, but it won’t involve golf play.
  • Lady Lancers to host USC Sumter
    The University of South Carolina Lancers softball team will be back in action for its final regular-season home games of the 2012 season Saturday and Sunday. The Lady Lancers host games each day at 1 p.m. and 3.
  • IL's Outen signs to play for Lancers
          The University of South Carolina Lancaster soccer program is now a family affair.
  • Lancers take 1 of 4 wins
          For the second straight weekend, the University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers dodged a sweep by taking a win in a four-game Region X baseball series.
  • A special day in many ways
    It’s April 8, which this year, is Easter. April 8, without being Easter, is still a special date for me. In baseball lore, you might recall that’s the date Hank Aaron hit his historic home run in Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium to pass Babe Ruth. A few seasons before the old Braves’ stadium closed, our church, First Presbyterian, took a bus trip to see the Braves play the Phillies. Do you remember the old outfield sign in left center field where Aaron’s 715th home run sailed out of the park and into history?
  • Sutton sixth in elite tourney
    Lancaster area junior golfer Anthony Sutton had an impressive weekend on the links at the Jekyll Island Cup, an invitation-only tournament held by U.S. Kids Golf on the Georgia coast.
  • Competition tough in first LMS points races