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KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson’s Lady Volunteers made AJ’s annual senior night extra special Friday, Feb. 7.
The No. 5 Lady Vols, 17-3, 8-0, wrapped up the Region IV-AA girls basketball championship with a 58-35 win over the Chesterfield Lady Rams.
The Lancaster Lady Bruins’ 37-26 win over Nation Ford wasn’t a hoops masterpiece, but the effort was more than enough to net a season’s goal – the Region III-AAAA championship.
A night after a tough loss to league unbeaten Indian Land, the Buford Yellow Jackets were on target in a 62-44 region win over Central of Pageland on Tuesday, Feb. 4 at CHS.
The Indian Land Warriors, bidding to net the Region IV-AA boys crown, were on their game Tuesday, Feb. 5 in a 72-38 road win over Chesterfield.
The Warriors’ 34-point victory gave IL a split of the league twin bill.
The Lancaster High School wrestling team, led by senior grappler Quinshun “Bubba” Evans, had four wrestlers place in the Region III-AAAA tournament at Fort Mill on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Lancaster High School football standout Quay “Big Country” Reid is hitting the road to continue his football career.
FORT MILL – Lancaster prevailed in a battle of Class AAAA top 10 girls teams on Tuesday, Feb. 4 in Fort Mill.
The No. 6 LHS girls finished strong to gain a 55-37 win over No. 10 Fort Mill.
The No. 5 Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers rolled to help AJ earn a Region IV-AA hoops home split with Cheraw High on Tuesday, Feb. 4.
The 16-3 Lady Vols, 7-0 in region play, started fast to fuel a 69-34 victory over the Lady Braves.
KERSHAW – The women’s soccer pipeline from Andrew Jackson High School to Limestone College added a strong link Wednesday morning, Feb. 5.
AJ Lady Volunteers’ senior soccer standout Taylor Blackmon will join the Saints after signing with the Gaffney college in the AJ media center.
The S.C. State University track and cross country programs pulled a recruiting coup Wednesday, Feb. 5 in the Lancaster High School conference room.
The Bulldogs landed Lady Bruins’ track and cross country standouts, sisters JeNae, Jazmyne and Jennell Jones.
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