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Community Sports

  • Seniors win; Juniors stay unbeaten
    The Lancaster Post 31 senior team survived in a slugfest to post its first win of the 2011 Legion baseball season on Tuesday night in York. The Post 31 seniors, with a five-run ninth-inning rally, snapped a 12-all draw for a 17-12 League V victory over host Post 66.
  • Dirt Diamonds win Lexington tourney
    The Dirt Diamonds 12U girls traveling softball team cleaned up in the Come Bat For Measles softball tournament sponsored by the American Red Cross in Lexington last weekend. The Dirt Diamonds posted a 9-1 record, which included a 7-1 bracket mark after going 2-0 in pool play.
  • Post 31 seniors drop opener; Juniors roll
    The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion senior team came up short in its 2011 baseball opener, but the juniors were impressive in their debut. The senior team, playing host to Fort Mill, dropped a 15-13 loss to Post 43.
  • USCL tennis nets signees
    University of South Carolina Lancaster tennis coach Brian Clark has announced the signing of Lugoff-Elgin’s Tyler Horton.  In front of nearly 100 students, including his family, high school coach, and principal, Horton recently signed to play tennis for the Lancers beginning this fall.
  • P-31 Legion Baseball
    Lancaster American Legion Post 31 baseball will host its opening day Friday with its traditional juniors vs. seniors game. The game will be held at Eggleton Field starting at 7 p.m.
  • Lancers go 1-2 in Region X tournament
          The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers went 1-2 in the Region X baseball tournament at the Burlington Royals Stadium in Burlington, N.C.
  • Postseason success is Gamecocks' grid focus
    FORT LAWN – Postseason success is the next quest for the University of South Carolina football team. That was the message USC assistant head coach Ellis Johnson had for a gathering of 128 Gamecock fans at the annual Lancaster County Gamecock Club spring meeting at the Catawba Fish Camp on Monday night.
  • Jackets' Segee signs with Lancers
          Buford High School baseball standout Logan Segee’s days at BHS are winding down, but he’s already made plans for his future.
  • Lancers sign Fort Mill soccer duo
    University of South Carolina at Lancaster women’s soccer coach Randy Jordan hopes a Good Friday signing will turn out good for the USCL soccer program. Jordan signed a pair of Fort Mill High standouts, Lady Yellow Jackets’ ace keeper Hattie Ruch and midfielder Shelby Bazemore, on Friday.
  • Memories of some early Easter starts
      When Easter rolls around each year, a  central thought comes to mind. That’s early morning, often just before dawn. Of course, if you read the Bible and the glorious Easter story of the risen Christ, you know it was early morning, still dark, when Mary Magdalene visited the tomb and found He wasn’t there and had risen.