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High School Sports

  • Big plays boost York over LHS

    A pivotal bang-bang sequence just before the half shot a big hole in Lancaster’s hopes for a happy homecoming Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

    Lancaster, on the way to a 35-24 loss to the surging York Cougars, trailed all night, but just before half, in lightning-bolt fashion, the Bruins ignited for 10 points to seemingly get back in the game.

    Lancaster, down 21-7 at one point, was able to pull close as Jacob Cato drilled a 29-yard field goal with 35.6 seconds to play in the half.

  • Vols corral Stallions, 35-12

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    BISHOPVILLE – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers kept their winning streak going as they defeated the then-undefeated Lee Central High School Stallions at Bishopville on Friday night.

    AJ senior Dalton Haven was the standout player accumulating 209 yards of offense on 29 carries.

  • Stallions dash to win over Bruins

    Any Lancaster High football fans’ doubts about two-time defending state champion South Pointe’s lofty perch in Class AAAA football likely dissipated in the cool mid-October evening Friday at Memorial Stadium.

    The No. 1 Stallions were on their game from the start on the way to a 36-14 win over the Lancaster Bruins.

    SPHS, 6-1, 2-0, scored on its first two possessions to take control on the way to a 26-7 halftime lead.

  • Vols charge, top Rams

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers found the winning edge again in their final regular-season home game of the 2016 football season, taking a 21-14 comeback win over Chesterfield High School on Friday night.

  • Lady Vols keep pace in region play with tough 3-2 win over Buford

    Staff Reports

    The host Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers celebrated AJ volleyball senior night with a tough win over rival Buford High School in the AJ gym on Tuesday night.

    AJ seniors recognized included Kinsley Adams, Ansley Lucas, Cassidy McKittrick, Haley Vincent and Kaitlyn Holden. Adams, Lucas, McKittrick, and Holden were all members of the 2013 Upper State Championship team.

  • Warriors snap skid with 13-6 win over Caps

    Lee McManus

    For The Lancaster News

    INDIAN LAND – It was homecoming for the Indian Land Warriors after a much-needed bye week for the team.

    ILHS senior running back Lee Massey and the Warriors’ defense in particular looked rejuvenated in their 13-6 win, which helped the Warriors snap a five-game losing streak, over the Columbia Capitals on Friday night.

  • Teague tackles transition

    BUFORD – Buford High School senior football player Davis Teague is an old hand with the BHS team, but this season he’s in a new role.
    Teague, a former linebacker in the Jackets’ defense, is now in the trenches in a move to boost the BHS stop unit.
    “Davis has taken it on and embraced it,” Buford High School defensive coordinator Jimmy Clyburn said. “It is his senior year and sometimes making that move is a challenge, but Davis has stepped up and made the most of it.”

  • Buford game reset

    Buford High School's football game with North Central High School has been reset for Nov. 11 at the Knights' field.

    The game was scheduled to be played Friday, Oct. 14, at North Central.

    "North Central officials contacted us and said the school had extensive damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew last week, and asked to move the game. The coaches said they had not been able to practice much this week," BHS coach Tripp Watts said.

     

     

  • Teams set to return to play

    Lancaster County prep football returns to play in full force Friday with key region games.
    Lancaster is home to face top-rated South Pointe in a key Region III-AAAA clash.
    Buford, off a solid road with over Chesterfield High School, goes on the road to face North Central.
    Andrew Jackson, looking to rebound off an open week, hosts Chesterfield to cap its regular-season home schedule.
    Indian Land, seeking to halt a five-game slide, hopes for a happy homecoming as the Warriors face Columbia High School off an open week.

  • Tri-County coaches honor Jackets

    FORT MILL – Buford High’s stellar play in the Jackets’ Region IV-AA road win over Chesterfield High School earned BHS its share of honors at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday afternoon at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill.
    A trio of Jackets’ players were saluted for their outstanding play in Buford’s 35-25 road win over the Chesterfield Rams.