High School Sports

  • Teams battle tonight at AJ

    Lancaster County high school football fans will have a final preseason look at teams as Andrew Jackson High School hosts the 12th annual Founders Kickoff Classic at Volunteer Stadium tonight, Aug. 21.
    All four county teams will be on display in the action which opens with host AJ meeting Indian Land at 6 p.m.
    Volunteers’ fans will have added interest as they will get their first home view of new AJ coach C.J. Frye’s squad as the Vols battle the Warriors.

  • Mayer encouraged with IL’s play

    Indian Land High continued its scrimmage schedule against some larger schools, and Warriors’ head coach Mike Mayer said he felt IL held its own in a pair of road sessions.
    Indian Land worked against three teams in a scrimmage at High Point, N.C., and IL did well, Mayer said.
    The Warriors faced T.W. Andrews High of High Point, N.C., along with Bassett County, Va. and George Washington High (Va.) on Saturday.
    That scrimmage came after the Warriors worked against Airport High School of Columbia on Thursday, Aug. 13.

  • Bruins top Huskies, 14-7

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – For the second straight night, Lancaster rallied from behind, but this time the result was a jamboree victory.
    Lancaster, playing in the SC vs. NC Jamboree at West Mecklenburg High School, charged back to take a 14-7 win over Hough High School of Cornelius, N.C., on Saturday, Aug. 14.
    The night prior, Lancaster spotted Class AAAA foe Rock Hill High School a 14-0 lead before rallying for a 14-all tie in the Chester County Jamboree at Chester High School.

  • Stallions edge Vols for 6-0 win in Camden Jamboree

    CAMDEN – Andrew Jackson opened the 40th annual Camden Shrine Jamboree against Class AA foe Lee Central of Bishopville.
    The Stallions scored on their initial possession to edge the Volunteers, 6-0.
    The two quarters of play were marred by 14 penalties between the squads.
    AJ first-year coach C.J. Frye lamented the penalties committed by the Vols at crucial times in the clash with the LC Stallions.
    “We have to continue to work on technique and not put ourselves behind the chain,” Frye said,

  • Jackets top Knights in Camden Jamboree

    CAMDEN – The Buford Yellow Jackets defense stopped North Central’s JJ Stevens on a two-point conversion try with just over three minutes left in the game to preserve a 7-6 win in the second “mini-game” of the 40th annual Camden Shrine Club Jamboree.
    “We played with a lot of heart tonight on both sides of the ball,” said Buford High head coach Tripp Watts. “We played 100 percent better than we played on Tuesday (scrimmage) at Whitmire.”

  • Bruins rally, tie Bearcats

    CHESTER – The Lancaster Bruins fell into a hole early, but by the end of the night they were on even ground in the annual Chester Jamboree at Chester High School on Friday, Aug. 14.
    The Bruins, who went down 14-0 against Class AAAA Rock Hill High School early on, charged back to forge a 14-all draw with the Bearcats.

  • LHS set for 2 jamborees

    Lancaster High School head coach Bobby Collins said the Bruins are hoping for better results this weekend as they play in a pair of Carolinas jamborees.
    LHS, in Collins’ second season, opened their scrimmage schedule with a four-way session against Lugoff-Elgin, Crestwood of Sumter and Eau Claire High of Columbia on Tuesday, Aug. 11 at Memorial Stadium.
    “Our kids competed well, but we have some areas to work on,” Collins said. “We have some holes to fix, but we knew that coming in.

  • Vols, Jackets in Camden Jamboree

    County schools Andrew Jackson and Buford will play in the 40th annual Camden Shrine Club Football Jamboree tonight, Aug. 14 at Zemp Stadium in Camden.
    The four mini-games, consisting of one half of football each, begin at 6:30 p.m. when Andrew Jackson battles Lee Central High School of Bishopville.
    “This jamboree will be as much of a scrimmage for our coaches and our players,” AJ first-year coach C.J. Frye said. “It will be all about working under game-type situations for the coaches and players.

  • Sessions net mixed views

    Two county coaches had mixed reviews following opening scrimmages Friday afternoon, Aug. 7.
    Indian Land High School veteran coach Mike Mayer said overall he was pleased with the Warriors’ effort in a scrimmage with C.A. Johnson High School of Columbia at IL’s Reservation.
    Buford High School coach Tripp Watts said the Jackets’ effort was solid, but BHS needs to correct some key mistakes from a three-way home scrimmage with Class A foe McBee and Class AA opponent Lee Central High School of Bishopville on Friday night.

  • Nelson to lead LHS boys soccer

    The Lancaster High School boys soccer program will be under new leadership with the 2016 season.
    Adam Nelson, an assistant in the LHS program, has been promoted to head coach.
    Nelson replaces Alex Tarque, who coached the LHS Bruins for three seasons, after he announced he was moving to lead the Andrew Jackson High School boys soccer program.
    Nelson, who served under Tarque, said he’s ready to lead the Bruins’ soccer program.