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Community Sports

  • CPTC earns 78 medals at regional meet
      The Columbus Parker Track Club earned 78 medals and qualified 30 athletes to compete in the Regional Meet at Twelve Oaks Stadium in Hampton, Ga. June 25-29. The club wishes to thank all of their donors with the J. Marion Sims Foundation, the club’s primary funding source.
  • CCA honors top athletic performers
      Carolina Christian Academy honored top Cougars athletes for the 2013-14 school term May 8 when CCA coaches, parents and team members gathered at the school’s Wachovia Commons. Those present were treated to a meal catered by La Chapula.
  • Nationals net district title
      The Lancaster Dixie Youth AA star team, ages 7-8, will be representing S.C. District 2 in the state tournament. The Lancaster National League All Star team defeated Union 16-6 in the championship game Wednesday night.
  • P-31 seniors rebound, top Rock Hill
        The Lancaster Post 31 Legion baseball senior team rebounded in a hurry in League V play.
  • Sharks down Camden in home meet win
      The Lancaster County swim team Sharks upped their record to 2-0, topping Camden, 403-106 on Thursday, June 12 at the Lancaster County Pool. Tamra Tipton, Charlie Brooke Henry, Simon Wright and Samuel Page led the Sharks with four wins each.
  • Swimmers start strong
      The Lancaster County Sharks swim team opened their 2014 season defeating the Kershaw Stingrays, 270.5-89.5 on Tuesday, June 10 at the Kershaw Pool.
  • Nationals solid in district tournament
      The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA National League all-stars rolled to a 26-1 win over Lancaster American to remain as the lone unbeaten team in the Dixie Youth Baseball District 2 baseball tournament at Ronnie Gandy Field in the Wylie Park Complex on Monday, June 16. Lancaster National stars, ages 7-8, were led by Adam Wright, who was 3-4 with two triples.
  • Warrior Salute tournament June 28
      The Warrior Salute Golf Tournament is set to tee off Saturday, June 28 at the Lancaster Golf Club. The tournament, which benefits the Wounded Warrior Project, is an 18-hole captain’s choice tournament which has drawn 32 teams for the event with a shotgun start just after noon.
  • Daddy's garden produced great times, lessons
      Say “the garden” to me or my brothers, Jimbo and Bill, and one thought comes to mind. That’s a patch of fertile ground located off West Springs Street across from our old Normandy Road home.
  • P-31 juniors fall to York
      Prior to the start of the 2014 American Legion League V junior baseball season, Lancaster juniors coach Paul Caskey noted it would be a battle between the Lancaster Post 31 juniors and York Post 66 each time they met.