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High School Sports

  • Four in final soccer poll

    Four Lancaster County high school soccer teams finished the season ranked in the final EurosportScoreboard state soccer polls.
    The EurosportScoreboard is the scoreboard for S.C. scores and updates on soccer teams.
    Both Indian Land teams capped the season with a top three ranking in Class AA soccer.
    The Indian Land High School boys of veteran coach Adam Cole finished No. 2 in the final Class AA boys state poll.
    The Warriors, who were 17-6 on the season, fell to Bishop England for the Class AA boys state title May 13 at Irmo High School.

  • Whites win BHS spring game

    The White team shined brightest in the annual Buford High School spring football game Wednesday at Jacket Stadium.

    The White, with a 31-13 win over the Maroon team, used a strong second half to take the 18-point victory to close BHS spring drills.

    “We had a good spring and made strides with our team,” BHS third-year coach Tripp Watts said.

  • AJ honors Volunteers stars with awards

    KERSHAW – A host of honors were presented during the annual Andrew Jackson High School All-Sports Awards on Tuesday night.

    AJ senior tri-sport athlete Brantley Ussery was honored as the school’s Athlete of the Year presented by the Kershaw News Era.

  • Williams signs with Voorhees

    Lancaster High Lady Bruins’ basketball player Alexis Williams enjoyed the LHS girls up tempo style so much she’s going to continue.

    Williams, a 5-11 forward for the Lady Bruins, is taking her game to Voorhees College, a NAIA school in Denmark, S.C.

    “I like that style of play and they play like that at Voorhees,” she said.

  • Vols’ Norville signs to play golf at Hiwassee

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior golfer Chandler Norville is ready to move on, so he’s taking his game to Hiwassee College in Madisonville, Tenn.
    Norville, a five-year member of the Volunteers’ golf team, will continue his education and golf career at the NAIA school, a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association.

  • LHS Bruins honor spring standouts

    The Lancaster High School spring sports awards honored spring stars at the event held Tuesday in the LHS auditorium.
    The Lancaster Bruins soccer program took center stage as the teams each posted region championships for the first time this season.
    Zeke Williams, the Bruins’ Offensive MVP, was named the Co-Region III-AAA Player of the Year.
    Williams will also play in the annual North-South All-Star Soccer Match in Rock Hill next month.

  • BHS salutes state champs

    The newly crowned state champion Buford High School softball team drew the maroon and gold spotlight at the annual Jackets spring-winter sports awards on Tuesday night in the BHS gym.
    The Lady Jackets, 24-5, defeated Class AA Lower State champion Dillon, 2-1 to capture the best-of-three series, 2-1. The BHS team, which went 8-1 in postseason play, captured the Region IV-AA softball crown with a 12-0 mark and the Class AA Upstate championship with six straight wins.

  • IL’s Van Hoose signs with West Virginia Tech

    INDIAN LAND – Will Van Hoose is returning to his West Virginia roots to continue his education and athletic career.
    Van Hoose, an all-star wrestler at Indian Land and a former West Virginia resident, is headed back to the “Mountain State,” with big plans.
    Van Hoose, with an athletic and academic scholarship, will attend West Virginia Tech for college and wrestle for the Golden Bears.
    Van Hoose made his decision official Wednesday when he signed with West Virginia Tech in the Indian Land High School media center.

  • White tops Blue in 18-6 win

    The Lancaster Bruins capped spring football drills, with the White team taking an 18-6 win over the Blue squad in the annual LHS spring football game Monday at the Rice Athletic Complex field.
    The game was actually slated to be played Friday, but heavy rain washed out the action and the game was reset to Monday afternoon at the Rice Building field.
    The game, the third spring clash under LHS coach Bobby Collins, came down to overtime possessions.
    The White team was able to convert on their chances, while the Blue team was held scoreless to decide the game.

  • Buford rules as gem of the Class AA diamond

    FLORENCE – Buford, on an overcast and misty evening, reigned supreme.

    The 24-5 Lady Jackets, bolstered by clutch play, captured their second state softball championship, taking a tough 2-1 win over Dillon High School for the Class AA state championship on a dank Friday night at the South Florence High School softball field.

    The one-run BHS win gave the Class AA Upper State champion Lady Jackets the state crown, taking the best-of-three series, 2-1.