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High School Sports

  • Jim Seidel resigns at ILHS volleyball coach

    First-year Indian Land High School volleyball coach Jim Seidel has resigned as the school’s varsity volleyball coach.

    Seidel’s resignation came before the Lady Warriors played a match on the 2017 regular season.

    “Mr. Jim Seidel has informed us that he has stepped down as the varsity girls' volleyball coach,” ILHS principal David Shamble said in a statement.

  • Warriors go undefeated in Bear Hug Brawl

    BUFORD – Indian Land went unbeaten in the sixth annual Bear Hug Brawl, the junior varsity football jamboree, at Buford High School, on Saturday.

    The Junior Warriors posted a win and battled to a tie in their action at the event held in memory of Seth Muennich, the Buford High junior varsity football player who was killed in an auto accident near BHS in 2011.

    Indian Land battled Andrew Jackson to a tie and the ILHS jayvees took a win over Lancaster.

  • Vols fall to Lions

    RICHBURG – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers dropped their 2017 opening football game, falling to the Lewisville Lions, 30-6 on Friday night in Richburg.

    Lewisville forged a 16-3 lead in the first half on the way to the 24-point win.

    The Lions were led by Quentin Sanders, who accounted for 260 yards and four touchdowns. Sanders had seven catches for 152 yards and two touchdowns. He rushed for 77 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown and passed 31 yards for a touchdown.

  • Bruins win over Warriors

    BUFORD – If one didn’t know different, they might have doubted the final score after seeing the post-game reaction from opposing coaches in the Lancaster-Indian Land clash at Buford High’s Jackets Stadium on Friday night.

    The Bruins, in their second meeting ever with their rivals from the county Panhandle, prevailed in a 21-7 victory over the Warriors.

    The game was played at the BHS field due to construction delays at Lancaster Memorial Stadium with the installation of the FieldTurf.

  • Vols fall to Lions

    Lewisville forged a 16-3 lead on Andrew Jackson on the way to a 30-6 win.

    Avery Funderburk kicked a pair of field goals for the Vols.

  • Bruins win over Warriors

    Lancaster builds 21-0 halftime lead and holds on to down Warriors, 21-7

  • McKittrick toes the line

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior Dalton McKittrick puts it on the line.

    The 6-4, 255-pounder has been doing that for three years and he’s looking forward to number four with the Volunteers this season.

    McKittrick heads the Volunteers’ line play on defense and offense.

    He’s in his fourth season as a defensive line starter and third in the offensive trenches.

  • ‘Big E’ heads return of the Picks

    There’s a “Big E” sighting in today’s Lancaster News.

    That’s Ern, not Elvis.

    Ernie “Big E” Rowell heads The Lancaster News’ fearless forecasters as the annual Pigskin Picks returns for a new season.

    Ern earned his 2016 title by a mere two games over football fanatic Lori Sistare “Bright,” the News’ advertising sale team leader.

  • Bear Hug Brawl set for Saturday

    The high school football spotlight will quickly shift to the Lancaster County junior varsity football teams Saturday morning.

    The sixth annual Bear Hug Brawl at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium is set for a 10:10 a.m. start.

    The varsity season launches tonight at Buford High where Lancaster faces Indian Land, and then moves to the jayvee squads Saturday.

    Jamboree host Buford battles Lancaster to kick off play.

    Andrew Jackson faces Indian Land in the second period at 11 a.m.

  • South teams for Classic win

    BUFORD – The South was once again superior in taking football bragging right in the annual North-South Classic at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium on Saturday night.

    The South Carolina football forces – all four Lancaster County squads – teamed for the triumph over the North Carolina schools in the annual North-South Classic, a prep football scrimmage. The South won 35-20 in 2016.