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High School Sports

  • Bruins swimmers top Rock Hill, York

    The Lancaster High swim team posted two impressive wins at the Lancaster County pool on Sept. 8.

  • Teams seek repeat effort

     

       

    Repeat is the central theme for Lancaster County high school football teams Friday night.

    Each county team posted an impressive win in week four action and would like to do it again this week.

  • Tanner here for Blue & Gold Santa

     

       

       

     

  • Williams-led Bruins roll

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    PONTIAC – A cool night like Friday might have suggested early hibernation for your average bear, but the fired-up Lancaster Bruins roared in the first of three straight Midlands trips with a 42-22 win over Spring Valley at Harry Parone Stadium.
    Lancaster, 3-1, produced its “most complete game on both sides of the football,” in taking the 20-point win over the 3-2 Vikings, said LHS coach Bennie McMurray.

  • Vols deck Islanders in 30-6 victory

    Kim Roberts
    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson, in a stifling defensive effort, limited St.John’s of Charleston to 65 yards of total offense en route to a 30-6 shellacking of the Islanders in a non-conference game at Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.
    The 3-1 Volunteers used a “lights outs” defense to record their third consecutive win after an opening game loss to Class AAAA rival Lancaster.

  • Jackets’ early surge shells Knights

    Staff Reports
    BOONETOWN – Buford got back on track, doing so in workman-like fashion Friday night at Boonetown.
    The 2-2 Yellow Jackets swarmed host North Central, 35-8 with a highly productive first half.
    BHS coach Mike Wells’ Jackets struck on four of five first-half possessions and didn’t have to punt until the final period in posting the impressive 27-point win.
    The Jackets were coming off a 40-6 road loss to Lancaster, but this week it was BHS putting up the points.

  • Warriors pound Panthers in 64-6 Reservation win

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High’s high-powered offense rolled on Friday night when the unbeaten Warriors pounded the Panthers of McBee, 64-6 at IL’s Reservation.
    Indian Land, 4-0 and ranked No. 9 in the latest Class AA state football poll, served notice from the early going that the Warriors were clicking, with senior quarterback Rondreas Truesdale racing 63 yards for a touchdown on the game’s second play. Chad Thomas drilled the extra point for a 7-0 IL lead.

  • LHS swimmers dunk Gaffney in region win

     

    The Lancaster High School swim team rolled to a 265-66 Region III-AAAA home win over Gaffney on Tuesday.

  • Morris tough in trenches

     

       

    INDIAN LAND – The 2011 Indian Land High School football season is going about as well as could be expected for Warriors’ senior lineman Marc Morris.

  • Two host, two travel Friday