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Community Sports

  • AA Nationals capture state crown
      The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA National all-stars completed an unbeaten run (5-0) in capturing the machine pitch state championship on Tuesday, July 1 at Greenwood Park in Florence. The Lancaster AA NL stars rolled to a 14-1 win over Aynor to wrap up the state crown, the first for the Lancaster Dixie Baseball program.
  • Wounded Warriors win
      The Wounded Warrior Team took top honors in the Warrior Salute Golf Tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday, June, 28.
  • Angels National all-stars fall short in district play
      Host Chester played the spoiler as it defeated the Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Dixie Softball Angels National League all-star softball team Thursday, June 26. The National Angels, ages ages 9-10, were eliminated from the Dixie Softball District 2 tournament with the loss to Chester.
  • P-31 seniors seeking to rebound
      The Lancaster Post 31 senior squad will seek to get back on track in League V American Legion baseball play with a home twin bill with Clover Post 38 on Monday, June 30. Lancaster, 3-5 in League V play, had a tough week as it dropped three games.
  • Evans nets second win in LJGA play
      Baylee Evans posted her second straight win in the girls 14-18 age division of the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association tournament Monday, June 23. The chapter played a split tournament with the age 13-over golfers competing at the Edgewater Golf Club and the 12-under golfers playing at the Lancaster Golf Club.
  • Ozone NL wins district
      GAFFNEY – The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone National League all-stars, ages 11-12, did it the hard way, but accomplished the diamond mission.
  • NL Angels seeking district title
      The Lancaster County all-star softball teams had a tough night in the Dixie Softball District 2 tournament in Chester on Wednesday, June 25. Two Lancaster teams were eliminated with losses.
  • Juniors’ rally falls short
      The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion junior baseball team fell short in hopes of a second straight major comeback win on Wednesday, June 25 at the Lancaster High School baseball field.
  • Unbeaten Ozone NL shoots for district title
      The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone National League all-stars earned a bid to the District 2 championship round with an 11-1 win over Lancaster American in Gaffney on Wednesday, June 25.
  • LCST Sharks down Camden in road win
      The Lancaster County Sharks swim team stayed unbeaten on the recreation swim season at 5-0, taking a 368-153 win over host Camden on Saturday, June 21. The Lancaster County swimmers were led by Tamra Tipton, Charlee Brooke Henry and Jonathan Wade with four firsts each.