High School Sports

  • Star players lead all-county offense


    A trio of the state’s top players highlight The Lancaster News’ 2014 all-county offense.

    Lancaster High School senior wide receiver Jay Hood, Andrew Jackson High record-breaking senior quarterback Kolby Whitley and Indian Land High School senior kicker Shea Rodgers lead the elite squad.

  • Bruins’ duo reaps honors


    The story of the 2014 Lancaster County high school football season was the Lancaster Bruins.

    Two key reasons were first-year Lancaster High School coach Bobby Collins and Bruins’ senior defensive back Will Jackson. Their effort was a vital reason for the LHS success.

  • Braves ignite to down Warriors for region split


    Indian Land High School’s boys basketball team opened the 2014-15 Region IV-AA schedule with a first, and for the IL boys, they’re hoping it won’t last.

  • Lady Bruins surge to stay unbeaten


    The Lancaster Lady Bruins rolled on to remain unbeaten on the basketball season, but the LHS boys were plagued by cold shooting in a non-region home split with Nation Ford High School of Fort Mill on Tuesday, Dec. 16.

    The LHS girls, 9-0, ignited in the second half to notch a 58-42 home win over the Lady Falcons.

  • Vols top Jackets twice



    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers have had some struggles on the hardwood as of late, but the Vols were on top of their game Tuesday night, Dec. 16 when they hosted county rival Buford in their Region IV-AA opener.

  • Lady Jackets swarm Lions for victory


    RICHBURG – Buford High School’s unbeaten girls basketball team returned to Richburg, where they began their winning streak on the 2014-15 season, and continued their stellar hardwood play at Lewisville High School on Friday, Dec. 12.

  • Knight signs to run for CIU Rams


    Michael Knight is striding for the next level.

    Knight, a Buford High School standout track and cross country runner, is bound for Columbia International University in Columbia to run on the Rams’ track and cross country teams.

  • Stars shine despite loss


    MYRTLE BEACH – A tough ending to their final high school football game couldn’t tarnish an otherwise memorable beach week for the Lancaster County quartet in the 67th annual North-South All-Star football game.

  • County quartet set for North-South All-Star contest Saturday


    The 67th annual North-South All-Star game will feature a Lancaster County ace quartet.

    The group includes three star senior players along with Andrew Jackson High School head football coach David Moore.

  • Buford nets second mat win over LHS


    The Buford Yellow Jackets completed a mat sweep of Class AAA county rival Lancaster with a 46-36 wrestling win over the Bruins on Tuesday, Dec. 9 in the BHS gym.

    Buford, 2-0, opened its season with a 51-30 victory over the Bruins in the LHS gym on Dec. 4.