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High School Sports

  • Coaches have different picks for various reasons

     

    When picking tonight’s Super Bowl winner, Lancaster County high school football coaches offer a mixed bag.

    Some have a favorite for personal reasons. Others leave it to chance.

  • Bruins hold off Trojans in OT win

    This time overtime was a better time for the Lancaster Bruins.

    LHS, on the road at Region III-AAAA foe Northwestern, prevailed in a 63-61 overtime win over the upset-minded Trojans in Rock Hill on Friday night.

  • Team effort nets Buford victory

     

       

    Buford produced a solid effort for four periods in posting its first Region IV-AA win of the season, a 77-67 win over Central of Pageland.

  • Cal JUCO inks Bruins’ ace DB Elder

    Lancaster High School standout defensive back Shaq Elder is headed west to take his game to the next level.

    Elder, a three-year starter in the Bruins’ secondary, signed with Feather River College, a Quincy, Calif., junior college, where he will play for the next two seasons.

  • Williams to play at Hutchinson

     

       

    Lancaster High School football star Shaq Williams produced another neat feat in the LHS media center Wednesday morning.

  • Foster bound for OC Prep Academy

    Lancaster High School standout two-way football performer KeAnthony Foster said his hard work has paid off for him.

    Foster solidified his education and athletic future, signing with Orangeburg Calhoun Prep Academy on Wednesday in the LHS media center.

  • Indians edge Bruins in OT

     

      

     

      

     

  • Braves top IV-AA field

     

       

    Cheraw edged Indian Land to take the Region IV-AA wrestling tournament title at Buford High School on Saturday.

  • Bruins vex Vikes twice

    Ernie Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    For the Lancaster Bruins, Friday night was home sweep home.

    The host Bruins, in Region III-AAAA hoops action, took two from visiting Spartanburg High School.

    The Lady Bruins, in a thriller, prevailed 52-50 in overtime and the LHS boys notched a 74-61 win over the Vikings.

    The fourth-ranked LHS boys completed the Bruins’ broom job with a 13-point win over SHS.

    Lancaster, 19-2, 5-1, led 30-25 at the half and extended its lead into the third period.

  • Vols’ rally nets sweep of BHS Jackets

    Kevin Sims

    For The Lancaster News

    BUFORD – Andrew Jackson’s Avalon Truesdale was tough in the clutch for the Volunteers as visiting AJ swept a Region IV-AA basketball twin bill from host Buford on Friday night.

    Truesdale, 7 of 8 at the stripe in the final period, connected on five of six foul shots in the final 50.6 seconds to lift  AJ to a 45-41 win over the scrappy Jackets.

    The Vols’ four-point comeback win gave AJ a sweep, with the Lady Vols posting a 59-44 victory in the varsity opener.