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High School Sports

  • Prep Football

     

       

    Daniel Foster capped his Bruins’ football career, pacing LHS with 62 points in Lancaster’s season-ending loss at Clover last week. Foster had five unassisted tackles, six first hits and three assists to go with two pressure passers. He compiled 507 points for the season.

  • LHS trio set for North/South game

     

       

    Lancaster High School head football coach Bennie McMurray will have his share of familiar company at the 63rd annual North-South all-star football game in Myrtle Beach next month.

  • Bruins solid in state cross country meet

      

       

  • Caps hold off Warriors

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – For the Indian Land Warriors, it was a case of so close, yet so far away in a 28-21 Class AA Upper State first-round loss to Columbia High School.
    The Warriors, down 28-21, were four yards away from possibly tyeing the game and forcing a pivotal overtime period, but it as good as the situation appeared, it never came.

  • Clover clubs Bruins in 31-6 triumph

    CLOVER – The final night of the 2010 Lancaster High School football season was much like the final month of the season.
    “Total disappointment,” said a dejected Bruins’ head football coach Bennie McMurray after seeing the Bruins fall to Clover 31-6 at Clover Memorial Stadium.
    The finale was much like the previous three weeks – setbacks with a familiar feel – little offensive punch and too much time on the field for the defense.

  • Tri-County Coaches honor trio of county football aces

    Three Lancaster County prep football standouts were honored by the Tri-County Football Coaches Association earlier this week.
    Lancaster High School’s Daniel Foster was saluted along with Indian Land’s Marc Morris and Chad Thomas.
    Foster, a senior defensive lineman, was selected as the Division I Defensive Lineman of the Week in the Bruins’ 21-7 road loss to Spartanburg High School. Foster notched 16 tackles, two sacks and recovered a fumble against the Vikings.

  • Mace's Warriors weapon

     

       

    The stunning rise of the Indian Land High School football team can be attributed to a host of royal blue and gold factors.

  • LHS cross country solid in state qualifier

    Lancaster High cross country teams geared for the Class AAAA state meet with a solid effort at the state qualifier last Saturday.

    Six of seven LHS varsity boys posted their personal best times at the meet.

  • LHS cross country solid in state qualifier

    Lancaster High cross country teams geared for the Class AAAA state meet with a solid effort at the state qualifier last Saturday.

    Six of seven LHS varsity boys posted their personal best times at the meet.

  • LHS cross country solid in state qualifier

    Lancaster High cross country teams geared for the Class AAAA state meet with a solid effort at the state qualifier last Saturday.

    Six of seven LHS varsity boys posted their personal best times at the meet.