High School Sports

  • Bonus cheers for Volunteers

    The Andrew Jackson High cheerleaders, in addition to the Volunteers’ game-ending 14-0 win over Class A foe McBee High, had a little extra to cheer about Friday night at the eighth annual Founders Kickoff Classic.

  • Nighthawks fall twice in jamboree



    KERSHAW – It’s rare to see veteran high school football coach Johnny Roscoe sport a smile after a loss, much less two defeats, but he donned a few grins following Northern Guilford’s play in the eighth annual Founders Kickoff Classic at Andrew Jackson’s Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.

  • Vols, Bruins triumph



    KERSHAW – Lancaster and Andrew Jackson each posted a shutout on each end of the eighth annual Founders Federal Kickoff Classic at AJ’s Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.

  • Preps final road test at AJ



    The final road test for county high school football teams features five hours of play at Andrew Jackson High School’s Volunteer Stadium tonight.

  • Mother Nature wins Battle of the Border



    FORT MILL – The most dominating force at the annual Battle of the Border Jamboree at Fort Mill High School’s Bob Jones Stadium on Saturday was a fierce female – Mother Nature.

  • Moore returns to Vols' sideline



    Andrew Jackson High School head football coach David Moore was back with the Volunteers’ football team Monday afternoon after serving  a short suspension from his coaching duties last week.

  • FC Griffins trip Bruins in 20-9 win



    CHESTER – Lancaster High School head football coach Bennie McMurray saw his Bruins finish on the short of the final score, but the LHS veteran coach was far from pushing the panic button.

  • Jackets rally, top Knights



    CAMDEN – Buford High School placekicker Tyler Jenkins kicked a 19-yard field goal with two seconds left Friday night to lead the Yellow Jackets to a 17-14 come-from-behind win over the North Central High School Knights in the opening periods of the 36th annual Camden Shrine Club Jamboree.

  • Teams launch jamborees



    As the 2011 high school football preseason makes forward progress, the focus is jamboree play.

    All four county teams face jamboree action this weekend, with three playing tonight.

  • Realignment makes impact



    The S.C High School’s realignment plan for 2012-14 will have an impact on all county schools, with Lancaster High School seeing a major change in its region membership.