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High School Sports

  • Weather impacts playoffs

     

    Old Man Winter, with an icy blast, put a freeze on high school basketball playoffs earlier this week.

    Games involving county prep basketball teams were hampered by icy road conditions as a result of a mid-February winter storm Monday, Feb. 16.

  • Vols’ charge stuns IL for runner-up finish

     

    INDIAN LAND – The hottest Region IV-AA boys basketball team used a torrid finish to take a 72-68 comeback win over Indian Land High School on Thursday, Feb. 12 at the Warriors’ gym.

  • Lady Warriors win region

     

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land High Lady Warriors capped their late-season run with a Region IV-AA title, highlighted by a 52-42 win over the Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers on Thursday, Feb. 12.

  • Lady Rams foil AJ girls, but Vols win

     

    CHESTERFIELD – The Chesterfield Lady Rams played the hardwood spoiler Tuesday, Feb. 10 when they downed the Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers in Region IV-AA basketball play.

    AJ girls entered at 13-5, 9-1 in the region.

  • Warriors sweep to wins over Buford

     

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land stayed in the hunt for a possible Region IV-AA girls basketball crown with a 58-47 win over Buford at the Warriors’ gym on Tuesday, Feb. 10.

    The Lady Warriors’ 11-point win gave the IL girls, 11-6, a 9-2 region mark.

  • Lady Bruins region champs

     

    ROCK HILL – The No. 1 ranked Lancaster Lady Bruins had to work overtime, but it proved hoops fruitful as the LHS girls extended their unbeaten basketball season for a second straight spotless region crown.

  • Lady Warriors net Region IV-AA crown

     

    The Indian Land High Lady Warriors capped their late-season run with a Region IV-AA title, highlighted by a 52-42 win over the Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers on Thursday, Feb. 12.

    The IL girls of coach Natasha Rogers, 12-6, 10-2, finished strong to secure the win and league crown and a first-round home game in the Class AA Upper State basketball playoffs which open Tuesday, Feb. 17.

  • LHS Lady Bruins capture region crown

     

    The No. 1 ranked Lancaster Lady Bruins had to work overtime, but it proved most fruitful as the LHS girls extended their unbeaten basketball season for a second straight spotless region crown.

    LHS, in an overtime thriller, notched a 55-53 comeback win over fourth-ranked South Pointe to wrap up the Region III-AAA girls basketball championship on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at the SPHS gym.

    Lancaster, 22-0, capped the regular season with a region championship 10-0 record.

  • Lady Bruins stay at No. 1; AJ, BHS girls in AA top 10

     

    Three Lancaster County girls basketball teams, led by top-rated Lancaster, are among the elite in the S.C. Basketball Coaches Association state polls released this Tuesday, Feb. 10.

  • Warriors’ Rodgers signs to play at Newberry

     INDIAN LAND – Shea Rodgers has kicked his way to college.

    Rodgers, the Warriors’ all-star kicker, is headed to Newberry College to kick for the Wolves’ football team. Rodgers made his college choice official on Wednesday, Feb. 4 – NCAA national signing day – as he signed with the NCAA Division II school.