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High School Sports

  • Spartans edge Jackets booters

     

       

    Camden Military earned a measure of revenge, taking a 2-1 win over Buford in high school soccer Monday night.

  • Clover tops Lady Bruins

    Staff Reports
    Clover won a showdown of top 15 Class AAAA girls soccer teams, taking a 5-0 win over Lancaster at the CHS field on Friday night.
    The No. 8 Lady Blue Eagles’ win knocked the Lancaster High girls from the unbeaten ranks and gave Clover a sweep of the varsity matches.
    The Clover High  boys posted a 3-1 win over the Bruins at Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
    At Clover, the Lady Blue Eagles forged a 4-0 halftime lead and added a second half goal for the region victory over the No. 13 Lady Bruins.

  • Warriors’ booters set state title as goal

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    Indian Land High boys soccer coach Adam Cole doesn’t mince words when he discusses the Warriors’ hopes for the 2012 season.
    Cole and the Warriors are hoping to land the school’s first-ever state soccer championship this spring.
    A year ago, Indiand Land  came close, finishing as the Class AA Upper State runner-up to Gilbert High School.
    The Warriors finished 20-5 after falling to the GHS Indians.

  • Buford hopes veterans, newcomers mesh for soccer success this spring

    Staff Reports
    Buford first-year varsity soccer coach John Bundy said the Jackets’ 2012 success will likely hinge on the play of the veteran players and the development of the younger players.
    “Our team has a wide range of players, and will rely heavily on their experience in the program from our seniors down to our two freshmen,” said Bundy.
    The BHS co-captains are senior left center mid Tyler Jenkins and senior keeper Matt Ellis, the MVP last season when the Jackets went 6-11 and earned a playoff berth.

  • Offensive play key for AJ Vols' soccer

     

       

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson High School Volunteers’ soccer team has its share of experience, but coach Van Steen said the development of AJ’s younger players will play a key role in the Vols’ hopes this spring.

  • Volunteers scalp Braves

    Staff Reports

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers, in impressive fashion, stayed unbeaten in Region IV-AA baseball play with a 10-0 win over Cheraw in six innings Tuesday night.

  • Lady Vols third in Lexington tourney

     

       

    Andrew Jackson captured third place in the Lexington Lady Wildcats Invitational, taking a 5-4 win over Class AAA’s top-rated Nation Ford High School on Saturday afternoon.

  • Bruins honor winter stars

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    Lancaster High School stars of the hoop, mat and cheer took center stage for the final time at the annual Bruins’ winter sports awards Wednesday night.
    The event, held in the school’s auditorium, was sponsored by the Lancaster Bruins Booster Club.
    LHS basketball star Sindarius Thornwell, regarded as the top junior player in the Palmetto State, led the hoops honorees.

  • Bruins sweep Volunteers in prep soccer

    Staff Reports
    KERSHAW –  The 15th ranked Lancaster High School girls soccer team stayed unbeaten on the season at 8-0, posting a 10-0 road win over Andrew Jackson at Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.
    The Lady Bruins’ win, their seventh shutout in eighth matches, gave Lancaster a sweep after the LHS boys edged the Vols, 2-1.
    In the opener, Lancaster forged a 5-0 halftime lead and cruised to the win.

  • AJ sophs pushing to make Faulkenberry's dream for Vols' wrestling team a reality

     

       

     There will be no shortage of March Madness tonight and Saturday at Andrew Jackson High School.