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High School Sports

  • Saints sign Blackmon

     

       

    BUFORD – Limestone College, which is starting a football program, is the right place for Buford High School senior football player C.J. Blackmon.

  • Flying Fleet signs AJ's Kennington

     

    KERSHAW – Like sister, like brother.

    Add another Kennington to the Conference Carolinas soccer landscape.

  • Bruins claw FM Jackets

    Lancaster High senior pitcher Jordan Brock hurled a no-hitter to spark the host Bruins to a 6-0 Region III-AAAA win over Fort Mill at Doomsday Corner on Friday, March 15.

    Brock, who was mobbed by his LHS teammates after posting the gem, notched 11 strikeouts and no walks. He did hit two batters.

  • Experience key in BHS softball hopes

     

       

    The Buford High School Lady Jackets softball team sports a new look in the dugout, but the maroon and gold hope to continue in the familiar winning form of its past diamond success.

  • Volunteers blank Jackets

     

       

    Andrew Jackson blanked region and county rival Buford, 3-0 at Buford Park on Wednesday, March 13.

  • Lady Vols edge LHS girls

    The No. 2 ranked Andrew Jackson Lady Vols posted a 1-0 win over the rival Lancaster Lady Bruins at the LHS field on Monday afternoon.

    Angela Sims’ RBI sacrifice fly scored Haley Faulkenberry in the sixth inning to lift the Lady Vols to the shutout win.

  • Alums win in AJ

     

       

    The Andrew Jackson alumni made for a happy reunion as the AJ alums posted a 5-2 win over the Vols at AJ Volunteer Stadium on Saturday, March 9.

  • Lady Bruins hoping to build on solid start

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins, much like they finished last spring, are off to a fast start and hope to keep shining on the diamond this season.

    The LHS girls, led by third-year head softball coach Kim Perry, captured a district championship and advanced to the Class AAAA Upper State title series last year when they finished 16-14.

    This season, the Lady Bruins are off to a roaring start with a 2-0 record with wins over Region III-AAAA foes Nation Ford and Northwestern.

  • AJ Vols top LHS Bruins, 3-2

    Third-ranked Andrew Jackson defeated county rival Lancaster for the second time in a week, taking a 3-2 baseball win over the Bruins on Thursday, March 7 at the AJ baseball field.
    AJ senior hurler Tripp Rollings, who worked six frames, was the winner, posting eight strikeouts. Rollings allowed two runs, one earned run, two hits, a walk and hit a batter.
    Austin Wrape, who hurled an inning for the save, allowed no runs and one hit.
    Seth Graves’ RBI-hit scored Kipp Rollings with the winning run.

  • Belton signs to play at Newberry

    Caleb Belton made the most of his lone season with the Lancaster High School football team.

    Belton, who transferred to LHS from Region III-AAAA rival Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, made his play in the Bruins’ secondary and on LHS special teams last season count.

    Belton, with his solid play, is bound for the next level to play for the Newberry College Wolves after signing with NC on Thursday, March 7 in the LHS media center.