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High School Sports

  • Bruins’ Miller signs with Saints

    Past experience is playing a key role in Lancaster High School senior Krista Miller’s future.

    Miller, who cheered in her first two years at LHS and had past dance experience, tried out for the Limestone College dance team on an April visit to the Gaffney school and did well enough to earn a scholarship on the Saints dance team.

  • Robinson aids Claflin in SIAC crown

    A former Lancaster High School softball star played a key role in Claflin University winning its first Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) softball championship.

    Kaela Robinson, a 2015 graduate of LHS where she played softball and basketball for the Lady Bruins, helped the Lady Panthers to the title with a 13-5 win over Miles College on Saturday at the Diamond Lakes Regional Park in Hephzibah, Ga.

  • Rain brakes racing action

    Rain put the brakes on racing action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    LSS was gearing up to start hot laps when the rain came. Mother Nature took the win with the race rained out.

    LSS will host Ladies Night and seven divisions Saturday night.

    Andrew Baker headlines the night as he will start in the rear of the field for the Renegade main event. Baker has captured three straight wins, and according to track rules, he will start in the back.

  • Wren ends LHS softball drive

    Wren ended the Lancaster Lady Bruins’ Class AAAA postseason softball run, taking a 4-1 win over the LHS girls on Monday at WHS.

    Lady Hurricanes’ Brianna McBride led WHS with a hit, two RBIs and scored a run.

    WHS pitchers Emma and Ashley Collins combined to hold LHS to four hits and struck out six.

    Sydney Cauthen led the Lady Bruins with a hit and a walk. Ashley Abbott had a hit and a sacrifice.

  • Panthers halt Jackets’ playoff run

    Buford’s banner run in the Class AA baseball Lower State championship playoffs ended with a tough 5-4 loss to host Batesburg-Leesville on Monday night.

    The Panthers, up 5-2 going to the top of the seventh, held off the Jackets’ valiant charge to take the narrow win to stay alive in postseason play.

    BLHS rallied from a 2-1 deficit to score four runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the 5-2 edge.

  • Lady Jackets win, advance to Upstate championship game

    Buford won a nail-biter to hold the upper hand in the Class AA softball Upper State championship series.

    The Lady Jackets, with a 7-6 comeback win over Landrum in extra innings, are the lone unbeaten team in the Class AA Upstate softball playoffs.

    BHS, down 6-5, rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth to notch the one-run comeback win.

  • Lady Warriors Upstate champs

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Lady Warriors, with their deft feet, wrote some ILHS girls soccer history on Monday at the Reservation.

    The Indian Land girls, in their first season in Class AAA soccer, made it memorable with a 5-0 win over Pendleton to earn a first-ever state title match bid.

  • Jackets booters blank Tigers, advance

    The Buford High School boys soccer team posted its second straight home playoff win, taking a 1-0 win over Saluda High School in the second round of the Class AA Upper State playoffs at rain-soaked Jackets Stadium on Thursday night.

    Fourth-seeded BHS, the Region IV-AA champion, scored late in the match to edge the fifth-seeded SHS Tigers.

    Buford opened the playoffs with a 2-0 win over Gray Collegiate Academy of Columbia on Tuesday night.

  • Jackets have to battle

    Buford, en route to the Class AA District VII baseball crown, battled back through the loser’s bracket, and it appears the Jackets will have to do the same in the Class AA Lower State championship series.

    Buford, 12-16-1 on the season, opened the double-elimination Class AA Lower State titles series with a tough 2-1 loss to Latta High School on Thursday night.

  • Lady Bruins edge MV for district crown

    Lancaster High School softball coach Kim Perry was quite a site after the Lady Bruins captured the Class AAAA District III championship on Wednesday night at home.

    Perry, a result of the post-game celebration, was adorned with silly string, glitter and wearing a big smile after the LHS girls topped Midland Valley, 2-1 to win the district and advance to the Class AAAA Upper State championship series.