High School Sports

  • Buford to forfeit three wins in football


    Buford High School has forfeited the three wins it posted during the 2013 high school football season due to an ineligible player on the Jackets’ roster.

  • Vols hopeful for hoops


    KERSHAW – The AJ Lady Vols hope experience leads to a banner hoops campaign this season, while the AJ boys are bidding to overcome youth.

    The 2013-14 Andrew Jackson Lady Vols are the preseason pick of the Region IV-AA coaches to capture the league title.

  • Lancaster High salutes fall stars


    Fall’s finest in Lancaster High School fall sports garnered the blue and gold spotlight Thursday, Dec. 5 in the school’s auditorium.

  • Rogers' FTs fuel Warriors victory


    Indian Land’s boys, 1-1, pulled out a last-second win to earn a split with visiting Cuthbertson of Union County, N.C., on Thursday, Dec. 5 in the Warriors’ gym.

  • Warriors notch mat split


    Indian Land split a three-way wrestling match with Class AA North Central and Class AAA Hartsville.

    The Warriors downed North Central, 58-21, but dropped a 45-25 loss to Hartsville.

  • AJ, LHS have hoops split


    KERSHAW – With early-season county hardwood bragging rights on the line, rivals Lancaster and Andrew Jackson each had reason for a hoops boast Friday, Dec. 6 in the AJ gym.

    The Lady Vols garnered a solid win in the varsity opener, downing the Lady Bruins, 53-46.

  • McMurray won, molded men for the game of life



    Scan retiring Lancaster High School football coach Bennie McMurray’s resume and something hits you like a hard-charging blitzing linebacker.

  • Buford swaps wins with Great Falls


    Buford split a non-region twin bill with visiting Great Falls on Tuesday, Dec. 3 in the Jackets gym.

    The Lady Jackets improved to 2-0 with a 47-42 win over the Lady Red Devils.

  • Jackets swarm Knights


    BUFORD – Buford blitzed North Central twice to open the Jackets’ 2013-14 basketball season.

    The host BHS teams were in top form in ripping the Class AA Knights on Monday, Dec. 2.

  • LHS looking to veterans

    Lancaster High School basketball coaches are hoping experience will be a key factor for both hoops squads this season.

    The Lady Bruins, 11-11 last winter, have nine returnees off their team which earned a playoff berth after posting a 9-5 region mark and third-place finish.

    The Bruins, 12-13 last season, also return nine players for the upcoming campaign.

    LHS boys coach Ricardo Priester said the LHS boys will have their share of youth as four of the sophomore returnees joined the Bruins late in the 2012-13 season.