.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

High School Sports

  • Ace receivers lead all-county offense

     

    The Lancaster News’ 2013 all-county offense, in a true reflection of where high school football is now with the emphasis on the passing game, is led by three standout receivers.

  • Star linebacker, end head all-county defense

     

    Two of the area’s top defensive players lead The Lancaster News’ 2013 all-county defense.

    Lancaster High junior linebacker Cameron Meadows and Andrew Jackson’s senior defensive end Tray King head the 12-player squad.

  • AJ sweeps grid honors

     

    KERSHAW – Prior to the start of the 2013 Andrew Jackson High School football season, there was concern about the Volunteers’ numbers for the new campaign.

    The AJ High football team, rallying from the question mark, proved it was more about quality than quantity.

  • A miracle to celebrate this yule season

     


    As I walked through my bedroom that mid-October morning, the TV stopped me in my tracks. I was getting ready for work, but the tube halted me.

  • Jackets rebound for tourney win

     Buford rebounded from its opening round loss in the Seahawk Invitational at Hilton Head to post a 55-48 win over Brookland Cayce High School of Columbia.

    No other details were available at press time.

  • AJ Lady Vols crown Knights for road split

     

    BOONETOWN – The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers rolled, but the AJ boys fell short in a non-region split at North Central High School on Friday, Dec. 20.

    The Lady Vols, ranked No. 5 in Class AA girls, opened an early lead and coasted to a 68-38 win over the Lady Knights.

  • Lady Warriors fall in tourney play

     

    Forest Hills of Union County, N.C., bolted to a 33-10 halftime lead and rolled to a 63-26 win over the Indian Land High girls in the opening round of the Forest Hills holiday basketball tournament on Thursday, Dec. 19.

  • Lady Bruins blitz Bearcats in region play

     

    ROCK HILL – Lancaster High School’s Region III-AAAA split with host Rock Hill had an early delight, but no victory taste in the nightcap Thursday, Dec. 19.

    The surging Lancaster girls posted their third straight win, taking a solid 54-27 victory over the Lady Bearcats.

  • Late surge lifts Buford

     

    GREAT FALLS – Buford capped a hoops sweep with a landmark victory on Thursday, Dec. 19.

    The Jackets took two at Great Falls High School, highlighted by a 60-58 win in the boys game.

  • LHS girls rally, top NWHS

     

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins finished strong to post an impressive comeback win over Northwestern to give LHS a split in its Region III-AAAA twin bill on Tuesday, Dec. 17 in Rock Hill.

    The LHS girls, with a 25-7 final period charge, ignited for a 62-51 win over the Lady Trojans in the varsity opener.