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High School Sports

  • Lady Warriors blitz B-L

     

    The Indian Land girls continued their roll through the Class A-AA Upper State soccer playoffs with an 11-1 win over Batesburg-Leesville on Wednesday, May 14 at Warrior Stadium.

  • Early surge helps Lady Vols stay alive

     

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School softball coach Steve Middleton said early momentum played a key role in the Lady Volunteers’ elimination game win over Ninety Six in the Class AA Upper State championship softball playoffs on Monday, May 12 at the AJ field.

  • IL Warriors rebound in 7-0 victory

     

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors rebounded with resound to stay alive in the Class AA Upper State championship baseball series on Monday, May 12.

    The host Warriors, 17-8, blanked Chesnee, 7-0 in a Class AA Upstate championship second round elimination game win to stay alive in the playoffs.

  • LHS nets history-maker

     

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins’ soccer team made one goal stand in a history-making win over Riverside High School of Greer in the opening round of the Class AAAA Upper State soccer playoffs on Monday, May 12 at Memorial Stadium.

  • Bruins fall in playoffs after solid tennis season

     Staff Reports

    The 2014 version of the Bruins’ tennis team had a successful year despite battling injuries and inconsistency throughout the season. 

    The squad finished with a region record of 8-6 which earned them a fourth-place position and a No. 4 seed in the playoffs.

    Lancaster was matched with tennis powerhouse Spartanburg for the first round and fell short, 6-0.

  • Warriors seek to rebound

     Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    PAGELAND – Indian Land faces a familiar postseason baseball scenario for the Class AA Upper State championship series.

    The 16-8 Warriors, who battled back through the losers’ bracket to win the District III title with a sweep of region and county rival Buford on Wednesday, May 7, will have to do the same.

  • Lady Bruins hoping to add to soccer success

     Staff reports

    The Lancaster High School girls soccer team has produced a landmark season on the pitch and the Lady Bruins hope to add more milestones as the state playoffs open this week.

    The Lady Bruins, 15-6, 9-5 in region play, are ranked No. 15 in the latest Class AAAA girls state soccer poll.

  • Warriors runners-up in region track meet

     

    The IL boys, with 127 points, finished second in the Region IV-AA meet at Warrior Stadium on Monday, May 5.

    The Warriors were led by John Gregory, first in the 400 meters with 1:00.20, and Manny Delgado, first in the 110 hurdles in 16.14.

  • Lady Warriors second in Region IV-AA meet

     

    The Indian Land girls placed second in the Region IV-AA track meet at Warrior Stadium on Monday, May 5.

    The IL girls, with 111 points, were led by by Mikayla Wallace, first in the 200-meter dash, 27.57; Morgan Engstrom, first in the 3200 in 13:57.05 and Dasaira Benjamin, first in the shot 28-05.

  • Bruins notch three region track titles

     

    Three Lancaster High Bruins captured region championships at the recent Region III-AAAA track meet.

    Junior Yasmine Robinson won her first region title in the discus event. Her throw of 105 feet was good enough to take the women’s title, and qualify for the state qualifying meet Saturday, May 10.