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Community Sports

  • Chesser shines in Senior Games
      Former Lancaster High School athlete John Chesser has still got it. Chesser, who played football, basketball and baseball at Lancaster High where he graduated in 1950, recently displayed his athletic prowess at the Gaston County, N.C., Parks and Rec Senior Games series.
  • Sowell leads play in LJGA opener
      Mason Sowell paced the links effort as the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association opened its 2015 tournament season at the Kershaw Golf Club on Monday, June 8. Sowell shot an even par 72 (35-37) over 18 holes from the white tees with three birdies to top the boys 13-14 division at the KGC.
  • Lancaster swimmers hold meet
      The Lancaster Sharks held a mock swim meet to prepare for the 2015 LST recreation swim season. Saturday, June 6. Lancaster opened its season at Kershaw on Tuesday, June 9.
  • Founding Leadership builds
        The third annual Founding Leadership provided aspiring coaches vehicles to develop their careers through the experience of others who have traveled a similar path over their careers.
  • ‘Team Walters’ prevails
      In the most competitive tournament in its history, four teams tied at 15-under, with the winner in the Fore the Kids Golf tournament determined by a scorecard playoff. “Team Walters” prevailed in the card playoff at Edgewater Golf Club on Friday, May 29.
  • CPTC earns 19 medals at meet
      The Columbus Parker Track Club earned 19 medals at the Greenville Jets Invitational track meet at Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville earlier this spring. The team, a Lancaster area youth track team, competed in a field of 1,200-plus athletes at the Greenville area meet.
  • P-31 tops York in 3-2 win
      The Lancaster Post 31 baseball team evened its record at 2-2, rallying for a 3-2 comeback win over host York Post 66 on Thursday, May 28. Lancaster opened the season with two losses, but rebounded to defeat Clover and York to square its League V Legion baseball record.
  • Gamecocks working to make defense better
      Defense was a major question mark with the University of South Carolina Gamecocks’ football team last season, but work is in the works to make the USC stop unit better for 2015.
  • Post 31 sets 2015 baseball schedule
      The 2015 Lancaster Post 31 American Legion baseball schedule has been set. The P-31 team, which competes in League V, is off to an 0-2 start.
  • Moss wins Rotary race
      Charlotte runner Dyllan Moss has had his share of road racing success in Lancaster and on Saturday, May 16, he added another win. Moss, 19, ran a 19:57 to capture the win in the Lancaster Rotary charity road race at the 5K race at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.