The Carolina Christian Academy men’s volleyball team made history this season as the Cougars fashioned a 14-0 record on the way to the state championship of the S.C. Association of Christian Schools, an association of over 70 schools.
Playoffs and pride factor into the motivation for the final week of regular-season high school football play Friday, Oct. 31.
Lancaster, Indian Land and Buford will be seeking wins to boost their postseason hopes on Halloween night – Friday evening.
Andrew Jackson is playing for pride as the Volunteers host county foe Indian Land.
Lancaster and Indian Land are in similar situations – win and get in, and lose and shoot for a boost from outside help.
The Andrew Jackson High Lady Volunteers came on strong to post a 3-1 win over host Abbeville to advance to a Class AA Upper State third-round match today.
The Lady Vols, after falling in the opening game, 25-23, reeled off three straight wins to stay alive in the Class AA Upstate postseason tournament.
AJ downed Abbeville, 27-25, 25-22 and 25-20 to continue its postseason hopes.
An ace senior trio will represent Lancaster County in the 67th annual North-South All-Star game at Myrtle Beach’s Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Dec. 13.
Lancaster High School receiver Jay Hood, Andrew Jackson High School record-setting quarterback Kolby Whitley and Indian Land High School standout kicker Shea Rodgers will play for the North team in the annual game which features the top senior high school football players in the state.