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High School Sports

  • BHS eighth in state field

     

    Buford didn’t bring home any coveted medals for the Class AA state competition, but Jackets cheer coach Julie Thompson was still proud of her team.

    The Jackets cheer team placed eighth in the 16-team field at the Colonial Life Arena on the University of South Carolina campus on Saturday, Nov. 23.

  • AJ’s Rowell to play at Montreat

    KERSHAW – When Andrew Jackson High School softball standout Lauren Rowell recently visited Montreat College in Montreat, N.C., she had a strong inkling she would be returning.
    “I had a great visit there,” Rowell said. “I love the campus and I had a chance to practice with the softball team. When I did, they welcomed me and it seemed they wanted me to be a part of their team.”

  • AJ’s Faulkenberry set for N/S match

     

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior volleyball star Haley Faulkenberry will cap her high school volleyball career as one of the state’s elite among ace senior players.

  • Volunteers duo honored

     

    RICHBURG – The 2013 Andrew Jackson High School football season is history, but the honors are rolling in for the Volunteers.

  • BHS, AJ seek state title

     

    There’s plenty to cheer about at Buford and Andrew Jackson high schools this week.

    Competition cheer squads from both schools will be competing in the Class AA state championship competition at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia on Saturday, Nov. 23.

  • Eagles ground Vols' hopes

     

    PAGELAND – Central rolled up 417 rushing yards and eliminated Andrew Jackson, 38-21 in the second round of the Class AA Upper State Division II playoffs in Pageland on Friday, Nov. 15.

  • Lady Bruins' Johnson signs with UNCW

     

     


     

  • Lady Catamounts sign Hough

     

    Lancaster High School basketball standout Kyia Hough is going up to take her game to the next level.

    Hough, a 5-5 guard, is heading to the North Carolina mountains to play at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C.

  • Canty leads AJ line play

     

    KERSHAW – When Andrew Jackson faces Region IV-AA foe Central High School tonight in the Class AA Div. II Upper State football playoffs, Volunteers’ coach David Moore said AJ’s chances will be enhanced by solid play from the offense and defense.

  • Seven county standouts earn Tri-County football honors

     

    RICHBURG – Seven Lancaster County high school football standouts – four from Andrew Jackson and three on the Indian Land squad – were honored at the Tri-County Football Coaches Association week 11 meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12.