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High School Sports

  • Stars shine despite loss

     

    MYRTLE BEACH – A tough ending to their final high school football game couldn’t tarnish an otherwise memorable beach week for the Lancaster County quartet in the 67th annual North-South All-Star football game.

  • County quartet set for North-South All-Star contest Saturday

     

    The 67th annual North-South All-Star game will feature a Lancaster County ace quartet.

    The group includes three star senior players along with Andrew Jackson High School head football coach David Moore.

  • Buford nets second mat win over LHS

     

    The Buford Yellow Jackets completed a mat sweep of Class AAA county rival Lancaster with a 46-36 wrestling win over the Bruins on Tuesday, Dec. 9 in the BHS gym.

    Buford, 2-0, opened its season with a 51-30 victory over the Bruins in the LHS gym on Dec. 4.

  • Lady Bruins down Camden, stay unbeaten

     

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins finished strong to stay unbeaten on the 2014-15 prep basketball campaign with a 55-35 win over Camden at CHS on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

    The Lady Bruins’ 20-point win gave LHS a split after the LHS boys dropped an 82-78 loss to the Bulldogs.

  • Bruins honor fall stars

     

    A fall full of athletic rises was celebrated at the annual Lancaster High School fall sports awards on Wednesday, Dec. 10 in the LHS auditorium.

    Six playoff teams, including region championships for swimming and volleyball, highlighted the awards.

  • Warriors split at Sun Valley

     

    The Indian Land Warriors pushed their record to 3-0, posting an 84-75 win over Sun Valley of Union County, N.C., on Friday, Dec. 5.

    The Warriors’ backcourt teamed for 62 points in the nine-point win over the Spartans.

  • Clover tops in Kersey mat field

     

    Clover racked up 217.5 points and captured the team title in the annual Mike Kersey Memorial Invitational at Indian Land High School on Saturday, Dec. 6.

    The annual tournament is held in memory of late ILHS wrestling coach Mike Kersey, who died in the fall of 2011.

  • Buford splits with FHHS

     

    Buford, coming off of a stunning victory at ninth-ranked Great Falls, looked to create a win streak against the Yellow Jackets of Forest Hill High School in Marshville, N.C.

    The BHS boys, in the process, sought to notch coach Garrett Hammond’s first home victory as varsity head coach. 

  • Jackets’ early run downs Bruins

     

    Buford made quick work of rival Lancaster, taking a 51-30 high school wrestling win over the Bruins on Thursday, Dec. 4 in the LHS gym.

    The Jackets swarmed to a 39-0 lead and cruised to the 21-point victory over LHS.

  • Vols optimistic about wrestling program

     

    HEATH SPRINGS – Andrew Jackson third-year wrestling coach Rob Tomalis is optimistic about the Volunteers' wrestling squad for 2014-15.

    AJ has eight wrestlers who have varsity experience and Tomalis said he hopes to build on his veterans this winter.