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Two will seek to repeat and two hope to rebound Friday night.
Week two of the Lancaster County high school football season has Lancaster and Indian Land looking to improve to 2-0 on the season.
KERSHAW – The Lancaster Bruins were a bear Friday night.
Andrew Jackson held on with a late stand to take a 17-14 junior varsity football win over Lancaster at Memorial Stadium on Thursday night.
The Junior Volunteers broke on top as freshman quarterback Kolby Whitley connected with Corley Faulkenberry on a 34-yard touchdown pass for a 7-0 lead after Dale Crawford connected on the extra point.
BUFORD – Buford High School head football coach Mike Wells describes Jackets’ senior left offensive tackle James Mackey as a player who “leads by example.”
The Lancaster High School varsity soccer program is making its marks on and off the field.
The Lancaster High School swim fell to Clover, 371-189, in its opener Monday.
The LHS team includes students from the four county high schools and middle schools.
The Lancaster High School volleyball team will host its second annual jamboree on Saturday in the LHS gym where play opens at 9 a.m.
The tournament features a varsity field and junior varsity field.
Lancaster County high school football teams get down to business off the bat.
Rivalry games, usually scheduled for late in the season, kick off the season Friday night.
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