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High School Sports

  • CPTC has solid showing in State Games

    The Columbus Parker Youth Track Club participated in SC State Games at Eastside High School in Taylors on May 20.

    The CPTC, competing against seven teams and unattached athletes, had the opportunity to gain more experience and prepare for the upcoming district qualifiers the following week at Broome High School.

    The team performed well.

  • Brown signs with USC Union

    The University of South Carolina Union baseball program is stepping up to the plate, with a Lancaster High School connection in the Bantams’ diamond fold.

    C.J. Brown, a LHS Bruins baseball veteran, signed with USCU in the LHS conference room on Wednesday afternoon.

    Brown, a first baseman in the Bruins program, served as a LHS captain this spring when Lancaster High made the playoffs for the second consecutive season.

  • Watts pleased with BHS spring drills

    Buford High School head football coach Tripp Watts, entering is fourth season guiding the Yellow Jackets, said he’s happy with the BHS spring drills.

    Buford, looking to improve on a 3-8 record last season, capped its spring drills with the annual Jackets spring football game on Monday.

    The White team posted an 18-16 win over the Maroon squad in the final athletic event to be held on the natural turf at Jackets Stadium.

  • Hardin honored as LHS baseball MVP

    Lancaster High School senior player Evan Hardin led the Bruins baseball honorees at the team’s awards cookout at the LHS field, Doomsday Corner, on May 18.

    Hardin, one of four LHS players selected to the All-Region III-AAAA team, is the Bruins MVP for the 2017 season.

    Hardin, a pitcher and infielder, hit .382 and had the lowest earned run average on the LHS staff as well as the most innings pitched this spring.

  • Lady Warriors earn honors

    Indian Land High School saluted its state champion Lady Warriors soccer team at the team’s annual awards Monday night.

    The Lady Warriors, who went 19-5-1 this spring under coach Mark Bonda, captured the Lancaster County Class AAA school’s first-ever state soccer championship with a 2-1 (5-3 in penalty kicks) win over Brookland-Cayce High School of Columbia on May 13 at Irmo High School’s W.C. Hawkins Stadium.

  • AJ honors Volunteers stars

    KERSHAW – The “Big Orange Country” spotlight was on a host of Andrew Jackson High School sports stars at the annual AJ All-Sports banquet in the school’s auditorium Tuesday night.

    Volunteers’ senior stalwart Dalton “Tex” Haven led a parade of ace honorees during the evening.

  • Perry retiring as LHS softball coach

    Kim Perry, a solid constant with the Lancaster High School girls softball program, is hanging up her signature visor as the Lady Bruins’ coach.

    Perry, with the 2016-17 LHS season which saw the Lady Bruins win the Region III-AAAA championship, capture the Class AAAA District III crown and compete for the Class AAAA Upper State title, is retiring from coaching.

  • Stingers halt Lancers’ run

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster’s best baseball season ended with a loss in the National Junior College Athletic Association Eastern District tournament championship game at Sparrow Field on the Francis Marion University campus in Florence on Saturday.

  • York tops Lancaster

    Lancaster Post 31 opened its 2017 American Legion baseball League V season, dropping a 10-0 road loss to York Post 66 on Monday night.

    Lancaster pitcher Koby Huff worked 5.1 innings, allowing an earned run with eight strikeouts, no hits and six walks.

  • Warriors missed state title match, but produced success in season

    The Indian Land High boys soccer team missed the state championship match for the first time in five seasons, but the Warriors continued their tradition of soccer success.

    ILHS, which finished 16-4, went 8-0 in Region IV-AAA to notch its 10th straight league title. The Warriors saw their season end with a 2-0 home loss to Seneca.