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High School Sports

  • Warriors net win over Bruins

    Indian Land High School freshman Gavin Dunlop scored two goals to boost the Warriors to a 2-0 win over county rival Lancaster High School at Memorial Stadium on Thursday night.

    The Warriors, 5-2, were coming off a 4-2 Region IV-AAA win over Camden High School on Tuesday night.

  • Bruins blank Warriors, 7-0

    The Lancaster Bruins completed a regular-season sweep of county rival Indian Land, taking a 7-0 win over the host Warriors on Wednesday night.

    LHS, 4-3, 1-2, topped the Warriors, 12-11 in extra innings at Doomsday Corner on March 8.

    Bruins’ right-hander Anson Taylor hurled a four-hit shutout to aid the Lancaster win.

  • Vols top Rams in golf

    The Andrew Jackson High School golf team upped its record to 3-1, taking a 10-shot win over Chesterfield at the Kershaw Golf Club on Monday.

    Dakota Roberts and Emily Cox each shot a 39 to lead the Vols to the win over the Rams. Mason Sowell registered a 44 and Andrew Bowers carded a 59.

    Raegan Brewer had a 63.

    Oliver led Chesterfield with a 43 on the day.

    Bruins unbeaten

  • Bruins booters bury Westwood

    Lancaster upped its region mark to 2-1 with an 8-1 win over Westwood on Tuesday night.

    LHS’s Seth Blackmon, Harrison Lathan and Isaac Marin each tallied two goals.

    Cristian Diaz tallied and LHS had an own Goal.

    LHS assists were from Alex Quevedo, Jonathan Roman and Cristian Diaz who had two apiece.

    Jose Robles added an assist for LHS.

  • Buford High nets soccer victories

    The Buford High varsity boys soccer team extended its winning ways with a 10-0 win over Fairfield Central of Winnsboro on Friday on Lancaster County Recreation Soccer Appreciation Night.

    The Jackets, 6-2, are 1-0 in region play with their fifth straight win.

    With a change in formation, sophomore Jesse Black enjoyed his position switch from left back to forward, and led all scorers with two goals.

  • McGriff shines in all-star play

    Nehemiah McGriff’s final high school basketball game was quite a finish for the Bruins’ senior player. 

    McGriff hit 16 points, eight in each half, in the 69th annual North-South All-Star boys basketball game Saturday at Lexington High School.

    McGriff, who signed with Limestone to play for the Saints last fall, was the game’s second-leading scorer.

  • Vols notch first region win

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers earned their first region win, taking an 11-1 win over Chesterfield at the Volunteers' field on Monday night.

    AJ drilled 12 hits in the 10-run win in sixth innings.

    Catcher Gavin Phillips had two hits, including a double and drove in a run.

    Matthew Gandy and William Wrape each had two hits and drove in a run.

  • Lady Volunteers rout Rams, 14-1

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers drilled 13 hits on the way to a 14-1 home Region IV-AA win over Chesterfield on Monday.

    AJ’s Haley Vincent hurled a three-hitter and supplied a hit in the Lady Vols’ attack.

    Savannah Small sparked AJ with three hits. 

    Kinsley Adams and Kinley Killough each rapped two hits.

  • Barfield back to lead ILHS softball

    Indian Land High School softball has a new look this season, but one quite familiar with ILHS Lady Warriors’ diamond success.

    Monica Barfield, who won three Class A state softball titles, 2004, 2005 and 2006, has returned to the Lady Warriors’ dugout as the head coach to lead the program.

    Barfield has a solid cast of players who earned their share of experience last spring in IL’s final season in Class AA softball.

  • Experience propelling Lady Jackets in soccer play

    The 2017 Buford High School soccer team, in its third season, is kicking up its heels.

    The BHS Lady Jackets, off to a 6-0 start with six shutouts on the season, have even surprised third-year coach Bob Bowen.

    “We’ve played well, but I didn’t know at this point we would be undefeated on the season,” he said. “I think what is giving us a spark is that we have our share of players who have been in our program three years.”