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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.
High School football preseason practice is in full swing as the county camps opened over the weekend.
Lancaster High School head football coach Bennie McMurray said he sees it as a second chance.
Bruins’ nose tackle Donte Spates said he plans to take advantage of the opportunity.
Lancaster High School has tabbed one of its own to fill the baseball post.
Paul Crenshaw, a former LHS baseball assistant and a member of the LHS faculty, is the Bruins’ new coach.
BUFORD – One of the Buford Lady Jackets’ best is taking her game to the next level.
Lancaster High School southpaw pitcher C.D. Pelham will be heading to Spartanburg Methodist College in the fall.
Indian Land finished eighth overall in the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association Director’s Cup standings for Class AA high schools.
The 10th annual Founders Kickoff Scrimmage is set to be played at Buford High School on Friday, Aug. 23.
With the completion of the 2013 Lancaster County spring sports season, seven county teams earned state rankings in the final state polls.
The two-time Class AA Upper State champion Indian Land Warriors soccer team drew the royal blue and gold spotlight as ILHS honored its spring sports stars on Tuesday, May 28 in the school gym.
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