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High School Sports

  • League’s latest realignment to impact county schools

    The proposed S.C. High School League realignment, which will begin with the 2018-19 school term, will have an impact on the four Lancaster County high schools.

    The League’s latest biannual realignment, based on school enrollment, was released Wednesday.

    The SC High School League serves as the governing body of state interscholastic competition.

  • Teams ready to hit

    Lancaster County teams hit the second phase of their preseason practices as teams can officially don full gear for contact drills today.

    County teams have been at it since last Friday as they work toward their season openers later this month.

    Following is a look at each team.

    - Lancaster is working with between 75-80 players in the Bruins drills, which opened last Friday morning at the LHS soccer practice fields adjacent to North Elementary School.

  • New ILHS volleyball coach sets high goals

    Indian Land High School has hired a new head volleyball coach. Jim Seidel was recently named as the new coach after former coach Tillie Kerna resigned.
    Kerna resigned earlier this year to move back to Seattle, Wash., with her family. She was head coach at the high school for one year and coached at Indian Land Middle School for three years.

  • Rodman paces ILHS track awards

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School star distance runner Kaitlyn Rodman led the ILHS track awards for the 2017 season.
    Rodman, a freshman, paced the Lady Warriors’ honors, earning the girls team MVP. Rodman highlighted her season, winning the Class AAA girls 1600-meter run with an ILHS school record 5:16.90.
    In the Class AAA meet at Spring Valley High School at Pontiac, Rodman also smashed the school record with a third-place finish in the 3200 with an 11:44.10 showing. Rodman posted a sixth-place effort in the girls 800-meter run in 2:32.86.

  • Bruins’ Watts on ‘Big 22’ preseason team

    Lancaster High School senior football star Markees Watts is one of two area players named to the 2017 WSOC-TV Channel 9 and High School Football Extra’s Big 22.

    The Big 22 have been determined as the top pre-season standouts from area high school teams for the 2017 prep football season.  

    The players will be featured throughout the season on Channel 9’s weekly “High School Football Extra” show, along with in-depth coverage on wsoctv.com.

  • Junior golfers return to play

    The Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association returns to play Monday with a visit to the Chester Golf Club.

    The Lancaster chapter was last in action June 19 when the juniors played the Kershaw Golf Club.

    Through three chapter tournaments, the age division points standings reflect some tight races among the golfers, ages 7-18.

    The closest race is in the boys 13-14 age division where Trey Crenshaw, the Lancaster High School ace golfer, holds a one point edge over Bruins teammate Simon Wright.

  • Sullivan leads BHS softball honors

    Buford High School ace pitcher Sydney Sullivan led the Lady Jackets’ softball awards for the 2017 season.

    Sullivan, who signed to play softball at Limestone last fall, earned the Lady Jackets’ MVP along with the Region IV-AA Softball Player of the Year.

    She was named to the all-region team and selected to play in the annual North-South All-Star game last month at the University of South Carolina Aiken.

    Sullivan was also selected to the Class AA all-state softball team.

  • Flynn to play for Patriots

    FLORENCE – Former Buford High School baseball star Evan Flynn, who played the last two seasons at the University of South Carolina Lancaster, is among the 11 newcomers at Francis Marion University announced by Patriots baseball coach Art Inabinet.

    Flynn, a right-handed pitcher at 5-10, 176 pounds, comes to FMU after two years in the  Lancers program.

  • Ozone stars earn state bid

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone all-stars, ages 11-12, have earned a bid to the state tournament in Hartsville.

    The Ozone stars captured the S.C. Dixie Youth Baseball Ozone District II championship and the state bid with a 6-3 win over Union at the Rodman Recreation Complex in Chester County on Thursday night.

    The LDB Ozone stars’ 3-run win over Union avenged their lone loss in the district tournament.

    The Union Ozone stars posted an 8-5 win over the Lancaster stars on Wednesday night at the Rodman Complex.

  • Milhorn posts close links win in LJGA tourney play

    KERSHAW – Jake Milhorn won a close match, notching the victory in a playoff as the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association capped its first round of play at the Kershaw Golf Club on Monday.
    The Kershaw tournament was the third straight for the LJGA, which will now have its annual mid-season break.
    Milhorn and Landry Williams each shot a 22, with Milhorn winning in a playoff for the boys 7-9 age group.
    Milhorn, over five holes, had a birdie and two pars. Williams, steady in his play, registered four pars on the day.