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High School Sports

  • BHS Jackets jolt Braves

    Staff Reports

    The Buford Yellow Jackets, 4-2, improved to 3-1 in Region IV-AA play with a 7-2 road win over Cheraw on Friday night.

    BHS right-hander Colt Ellis went the distance, allowing two runs, five hits and three walks. He struck out five.

    Jacob Jamison paced the BHS offense with two hits, three runs batted in, two runs scored and  a stolen base.

    Ellis, Kholby Pate and Ricky Lewis each had a hit and drove in a run. Kendall Knight had a hit and scored two runs. Brett Estridge added a hit.

  • Stingers spoil USCL softball home opener

    Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    Much like the work on the new rest rooms at the Lancaster High School softball field, there’s work being done on the adjacent diamond.

    For the University of South Carolina at Lancaster Lancers’ first-year softball program, it’s been a slow process with only three wins in 22 games.

  • Buford soccer seeking to build team chemistry

    Staff Reports

    The 2011 Buford High School soccer team is looking to find the right team chemistry this spring.

    The Jackets, who finished as the region runner-up last season in their final season in Class A with a 7-10 record, will look to blend veteran players with a cast of solid newcomers.

    The BHS veterans are led by senior captains Justin Sims and fullback John Knight.

    Sims and Knight reaped all-region honors last season when Knight also was named winner of the team’s Best Defensive Award.

  • Bruins lasso Stallions, 3-2

     

     

  • Beach a ball for county stars

     

       

    MYRTLE BEACH – In the twilight of his high school basketball career, Lancaster High School star Ron Trapps had a final shining moment.

  • IL's Jacobus, Williams aid North stars in win

     

       

    LITTLE RIVER – The North stars shined brightest Saturday afternoon in the annual North-South girls all-star game and a pair of Indian Land High representatives had plenty to do with the glowing moment.

  • Bruins sweep to soccer wins over Volunteers

     

       

    The Lancaster High School soccer teams notched a pair of tough wins over county foe Andrew Jackson on Monday night at Memorial Stadium.

  • 1991 Bruins baseball team to be honored

     

       

    The 1991 state champion Lancaster High School baseball team will be saluted Friday night prior to the Bruins’ Region III-AAAA home game with Rock Hill High School at 7 p.m.

  • Jackets sting Volunteers

    Staff Reports
    Buford broke open a tight Region IV-AA baseball game, igniting for five runs in the sixth inning on the way to an 8-4 win over county foe Andrew Jackson on Friday night at Buford Park.
    BHS, up 3-1, rallied for the five spot to forge an 8-1 lead on the Vols.
    AJ rallied for three in the top of the seventh, but the Jackets had done too much damage the inning prior to take the win.

  • Lady Bruins’ hopes high for soccer season

    Staff Reports
    The 2011 edition of the Lancaster High School girls soccer team is one of great senior leadership and high expectations this spring.
    The 5-1 Lady Bruins are led by captains Sarah DeVenny and Morgan Gardner, who prepared for these leadership positions by their experiences shared over the summer in their trip to Panama.
    “There were many valuable lessons learned in regards to personal responsibilities, self-discipline and self belief which has shaped their leadership roles,” LHS coach Bo Sylvia said.