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High School Sports

  • IL looks to stay unbeaten

     

       

    The Indian Land Warriors will seek to keep their unbeaten streak going as they hit the road Friday night for the first of three straight Conference IV-AA away football games.

  • Tri-County coaches honor five county players

     

       

    RICHBURG – A quality quintet of county players earned honors at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday.

  • Lancaster High School tennis team splits two matches

    The Lancaster High School tennis team split a pair of Region III-AAAA matches last week.

    The Lady Bruins topped Gaffney, 4-3, but dropped a 7-0 loss to Spartanburg.

  • Truesdale triggers IL win

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High senior ace Rondreas Truesdale scored six touchdowns to lead the No. 7 Warriors to a 42-33 victory over Andrew Jackson in the opening game of Conference IV-AA play for both teams.

    Truesdale rushed for 246 yards on 32 carries. He ran for five touchdowns and had a key 35-yard pick-six for the Warriors in the pivotal third quarter.

    The fast-starting Volunteers bolted to a 17-0 lead in the first half, beginning with a seven-play, 55-yard drive.

  • Bengals edge Bruins in double overtime

    BLYTHEWOOD – As if football frustration couldn’t get any higher for the snake-bit Lancaster Bruins, it did Friday night.

    A week after falling to Ridge View, 9-6 when a game-ending end zone pass for the win fell off the hands of the intended LHS receiver, the Bruins endured another tough night in a 24-21 double overtime loss to host Blythewood on the same field where LHS dropped the tough three-point loss to RVHS.

  • Central wins on somber night at BHS

    BUFORD – The defending Class AA state football champion Central Eagles visited Buford High with heart-felt concerns for their gridiron opponent Friday night and left with an unassuming 35-0 win over the host Yellow Jackets.

    The Yellow Jackets took the field just 26 hours after the tragic death of fellow classmate and football player Seth Muennich, a freshman member of the Buford High junior varsity football team.

    Muennich died late Thursday afternoon after he was struck by a car in the area not far from Buford’s Jackets Stadium.

  • Coaches honor county standouts

    Five county high school football standouts earned recognition at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Credit Union Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday.

  • Lady Vols top IL girls in volleyball

     

      

     

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers swept county rival Indian Land in the Lady Warriors’ gym to remain unbeaten in Region IV-AA volleyball.

  • Play starts with Hamrick

     

       

    When Lancaster battles host Blythewood tonight in its final non-region football game of the regular season, Bruins’ senior center Jordan Hamrick will have reached somewhat of a milestone.

  • LHS swimmers sink Ridge View

    The Lancaster High swim team capped regular-season action with a 236-90 win over Ridge View.

    Hannah Jacobs, Bree Morgan and Jory Pettit each had two wins to lead the Bruins.