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High School Sports

  • LHS, AJ Classic winners

     

    BUFORD – A trip to the country yielded a pair of wins for the visiting Lancaster Bruins to highlight action in the 10th annual Founders Kickoff Classic at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium on Friday, Aug. 23.

  • Big cheer for BHS Jackets

     


    Buford didn’t post a win on the field Friday night during the 10th annual Founders Kickoff Classic at BHS’s Jackets Stadium, but the home team had something to cheer about.

  • Swimmers upbeat about new season

     

    Hopes are high for the 2013 Lancaster High School swim team.

    The team, led by co-head coaches Midenna Anderson and David Taylor, sport 29 returnees back from the 2012 LHS squad which went 9-2.

  • BHS hosts Classic tonight

     BUFORD – Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium will be a hub of high school football activity tonight as the 10th annual Founders Kickoff Classic unfolds.

    Buford High, site of the first Classic, will host four clashes which open with Class AA Central High School of Pageland meeting Class AAAA foe Fort Mill at 6 p.m.

  • Rain hampers jamborees

     

    Mother Nature, in the form of rain, held the upper hand in a pair of jamborees involving county teams over the weekend.

    Rain washed out action in the annual Camden Shrine Jamboree at Camden’s Zemp Stadium on Friday night when Buford and Andrew Jackson were slated to be in action.

  • Cycs rally, trip Bruins

     

    CHESTER – Lancaster came out strong, but the Chester Cyclones proved to be a force in capping the Chester Jamboree with a 14-3 win over the Bruins on Friday, Aug. 16 at Chester High School Stadium.

  • Teams set for jamborees

     

    Lancaster County high school football teams launch jamboree play with the four teams playing in three different jamborees this weekend.

    Buford and Andrew Jackson will play in the annual Camden Shrine Jamboree at Camden’s Zemp Stadium tonight.

  • Realignment impacts Chester County schools

     CHESTER – When the new South Carolina High School League realignment plan takes affect in 2014, the athletic schedules of the Chester Cyclones will look radically different, while Great Falls and Lewisville will hardly realize realignment has taken place at all.

  • LHS moving to AAA

     

    The 2014-15 school term will be a landmark point in Lancaster High School athletic history.

    LHS, for the first time ever, will not be in the state’s largest classification for interscholastic competition.

  • Prep coaches note progress in drills

     

     

    High School football preseason practice is in full swing as the county camps opened over the weekend.