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High School Sports

  • Teams continue to work

     

       

    The second full week of high school football practice has teams continuing with scrimmages and working for jamborees at the end of the week.

  • Coaches see grid progress

     

       

    Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

  • Scrimmages ahead for county teams

     

       

    Lancaster County high school football coaches will have a good idea about the progress of their teams with upcoming scrimmages.

  • Time for football

    Staff Reports
    The sound of late summer will include the coaches whistle as high school football practice opens this week.
    The 2012 S.C. high school football drills will be impacted by new regulations adopted by the S.C. High School League which will be used to acclimate the players to summer heat conditions. The plan is similar to what college football teams have followed for several seasons.
    The guidelines limit practice times and provide periods of rest,  alternating between long practice days and short practice days.

  • Koalas sign Walker

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    Lancaster High School star softball pitcher Erin Walker is taking her game to the next level.
    Walker, who produced a stellar senior campaign to cap a banner LHS softball career, will play at Columbia College in Columbia.
    “I’m really excited about going to Columbia College,” said Walker, who played six seasons for LHS. “When I visited there, I really enjoyed it.

  • Seegars picked for Clemson Hall of Fame

    Kershaw native and former Andrew Jackson High School star lineman Stacy Seegars will be among Clemson University’s largest class of Tigers’ Hall of Fame inductees this fall.
    Seegars, who starred in the offensive line for the Tigers from 1990-93, will be in the 2012 class which includes 10 former Clemson athletic greats.

  • Trapps signs with Coastal

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    It’s beach ball for former Lancaster High School star basketball player Ron Trapps.
    Trapps, after spending last season at Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Va., following a stellar hoops career at LHS, is heading to Coastal Carolina University.
    “I’m really excited about playing at Coastal,” Trapps said. “I’m looking forward to the opportunity and challenges.

  • County stars in N-S games

    A trio of county players will be involved in the North-South All-Star soccer matches at the College of Charleston Soccer Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

    The county trio includes Lancaster High School’s Ashley Cauthen, Andrew Jackson High’s Leah Kennington and Indian Land’s Jonathan Rowe.

  • County softball duo in North-South All-Star games

     

    Two county players are competing in the annual North-South All-Star softball games at the University of South Carolina Aiken and Aiken Tech.

    The all-star softball games are Wednesday, June 13, and Thursday, June 14.

  • Polk paces CPTC in Battle of the Border track meet

     

       

    Rekia Polk paced the Columbus Parker Track Club in a ninth-place finish out of 27 teams at the Battle of the Border youth track meet in Spartanburg.