High School Sports

  • Vols, Jackets start strong


    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers went 2-1 in the opening round of the Founders Diamond Challenge at Cheraw High School on Monday, March 30.

    The Volunteers topped Lamar, 5-4, blanked Latta, 2-0, and dropped a 5-4 loss to host Cheraw High in the nightcap.

  • Vols soccer hopes high for 2015


    Expectations are high for the Andrew Jackson  men’s varsity soccer program after two consecutive appearances in the quarterfinals of the Class AA Upper State playoffs.

  • Lady Vols booters seek consistent play


    Andrew Jackson High  girls soccer coach Lee Hanna said the key for the Lady Vols’ booters this season is consistent play.

    Hanna, assisted by Kim Threatt, has his share of experience this season, including 13 returnees.

  • Lady Vols down Warriors, Bruins


    The Andrew Jackson Lady Vols softball team stayed unbeaten in Region IV-AA play with a 2-1 home win over county rival Indian Land on Friday, March 27.

    IL took an early 1-0 lead, but AJ, 10-3, 6-0, rallied for two runs to notch the comeback win behind hurler Hannah Cobb, who tossed a four-hitter and struck out nine batters. She walked one.

  • SMC signs Crenshaw


    BUFORD – Buford High School ace golfer Garrett Crenshaw is extending his family links legacy as well as his education and athletic career.

    Crenshaw, a three-sport standout at the eastern Lancaster County Class AA high school, is following in some familiar footsteps.

  • Indian Land High receives $5,000 donation from Harris Teeter


    Indian Land High School has received a $5,000 donation from Harris Teeter which will be used to purchase additional weight room equipment.

    The awarding of the $5,000 was made at a special presentation at the West Town Market Harris Teeter in Fort Mill on Tuesday, March 24.

  • Humphrey seeks solid balance for LHS girls soccer


    The Lancaster Lady Bruins soccer team is looking for the right balance for the 2015 soccer season.

    The Lady Bruins returned nine players from the 16-7 playoff team of last spring, but third-year head coach Ed Humphrey is looking to some new players to fill in at key roles.

  • Tarque pleased with Bruins’ early play


    Lancaster High School third-year boys soccer coach Alex Tarque is happy with the Bruins start on the 2015 soccer season and hopes they can continue to produce on the pitch.

    Tarque has experience in his lineup, with 10 players back from the 2014 LHS soccer team.

  • Jackets swarm Warriors


    Unbeaten Buford continued its stellar baseball play, posting an 11-0 Region IV-AA home win over rival Indian Land in five innings Tuesday, March 24.

  • Lady Bruins top Lady Warriors 7-2 at home


    The Lancaster High School softball team downed county rival Indian Land 7-2 at the LHS field on Monday, March 23.

    Ariana Ealy started for LHS on the mound, facing 21 batters. She allowed six hits, two runs and struck out two.