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Lancaster opened a busy week of basketball in a split with visiting South Pointe High School of Rock Hill on Monday night.
The Lancaster Bruins used a decisive half in each game to register a doubleheader sweep of the rival Andrew Jackson Volunteers in the LHS gym on Friday night.
The Buford Yellow Jackets made the most of a road trip to Boonetown, notching a tripleheader sweep of the host Knights on Friday night.
Weddington played the spoiler as the Warriors took two wins over the Jackets in the Buford home basketball opener Tuesday night.
The Lady Warriors rolled to a 68-28 win in the opener and the WHS boys completed the sweep with a 69-51 victory.
Lancaster launched its varsity basketball season with a sweep of Lugoff-Elgin on Tuesday night in the L-E gym.
The Lady Bruins opened the twin bill, taking a 47-37 win. The LHS boys completed the sweep with a 67-37 triumph.
The Lancaster Bruins launched their wrestling season with an exciting comeback win over Hartsville on Tuesday night in the LHS gym.
Hartsville held the lead for the better part of the match, but the Bruins used a pair of back-to-back forfeits to post the 36-34 win.
Chris Lucas, given the choice, would rather watch a NASCAR race than a football game.
“Any day and twice on Sunday,” Lucas said.
The 2010-11 Buford High School wrestling team has its share of veterans which Jackets coach John Mahaffey hopes will be a boost to the BHS mat fortunes.
The Indian Land Warriors’ basketball teams earned postseason bids last season and the IL coaches are hopeful, as the teams continue to work hard, they can build on hoops success and return to postseason play.
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