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High School Sports

  • Evans leads LHS wrestlers in region tourney

     The Lancaster High School wrestling team, led by senior grappler Quinshun “Bubba” Evans, had four wrestlers place in the  Region III-AAAA tournament at Fort Mill on Saturday, Feb. 1.

  • Reid signs with Hutchinson Community College

     

    Lancaster High School football standout Quay “Big Country” Reid is hitting the road to continue his football career.

  • No. 6 Lady Bruins swat Jackets

     

    FORT MILL – Lancaster prevailed in a battle of Class AAAA top 10 girls teams on Tuesday, Feb. 4 in Fort Mill.

    The No. 6 LHS girls finished strong to gain a 55-37 win over No. 10 Fort Mill.

  • Lady Vols rout Braves

     

    The No. 5 Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers rolled to help AJ earn a Region IV-AA hoops home split with Cheraw High on Tuesday, Feb. 4.

    The 16-3 Lady Vols, 7-0 in region play, started fast to fuel a 69-34 victory over the Lady Braves.

  • Limestone signs Lady Vols’ Blackmon

     

    KERSHAW – The women’s soccer pipeline from Andrew Jackson High School to Limestone College added a strong link Wednesday morning, Feb. 5.

    AJ Lady Volunteers’ senior soccer standout Taylor Blackmon will join the Saints after signing with the Gaffney college in the AJ media center.

  • Jones sisters to run at S.C. State

     

    The S.C. State University track and cross country programs pulled a recruiting coup Wednesday, Feb. 5 in the Lancaster High School conference room.

    The Bulldogs landed Lady Bruins’ track and cross country standouts, sisters JeNae, Jazmyne and Jennell Jones.

  • Vols notch two wins over Eagles

     

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson, in a make-up game, came out looking good in a sweep of the rival Central Eagles on Saturday, Feb. 1 at the Volunteers’ gym.

    The fifth-ranked Lady Volunteers, with a fast start, cruised to a 74-48 win and the AJ boys capped the hoops broom job in a 58-54 victory over the Eagles.

  • Lady Bruins down Lady Eagles for split

     CLOVER – For the second straight night, the No. 7 Lancaster Lady Bruins overcame a slow start to notch a double-digit region win.

    The LHS girls, up 28-26 at the half, ignited in the third period to take control on the way to a 50-40 road win over Clover.

  • Warriors notch 5 region mat titles

     

    KERSHAW – Indian Land led the Lancaster County contingent in the All-Region IV-AA individual wrestling tournament with five region champions on Saturday, Feb. 1 at Andrew Jackson High School.

  • Warriors top Jackets twice

     INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors, in a reset game, took a pair from Region IV-AA and county rival Buford High School on Monday, Feb. 3.

    The game was originally set for Tuesday, Jan. 28, but rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 3 due to the winter storm last week.