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High School Sports

  • Vols make strides on prep mat

     

    A host of Andrew Jackson High School wrestlers have produced some solid showings on the mat in recent weeks.

    The Volunteers, who are hampered by low team numbers, have competed well in some individual matches.

  • FTs spark Lady Jackets in OT victory

     

    BUFORD – The 10th-ranked Buford High Lady Jackets were looking to rebound after a tough holiday tournament and seeking to get back into rhythm against a tough 8-3 Cheraw team on Tuesday, Jan. 6 in Region IV-AA play.

  • Vols down Demons twice

     

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers’ basketball teams repeated in a rematch.

    On Dec. 4 at Lugoff-Elgin High School, the Andrew Jackson basketball teams swept the host Demons.

  • Jackets go 2-2 in Hartsville tourney

     The Buford Yellow Jackets wrestling team went 2-2 in the recent Hartsville Red Fox tournament.

    The BHS grapplers posted wins over Hammond (28-21) and Timberland (34-33), but fell to Aynor (42-27) and Lake City (37-26).

  • Lady Bruins rated No. 2

     

    The unbeaten Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ 12-0 record has earned them statewide attention.

    The LHS girls of coach Ronnie Robinson, unranked in the preseason Class AAA girls state poll, are No. 2 in the latest Class AAA girls state poll.

  • News honors 2014's best

     Andrew Jackson High School girls basketball star Dareisha Sowell and Indian Land High School wrestler Dalen Byerley are the top athletes for the 2014.

    Sowell is The Lancaster News 2014 Female Athlete of the Year.

  • Bruins top Gators in Moody play

     

    Lancaster put the finishing touches on its participation in the 15th annual Linberg Moody Holiday Classic, taking a 54-42 win over Class AAA Lakewood High School of Sumter County on Thursday, Jan. 1 at Northwestern High School in Rock Hill.

  • Jackets jolt Cavs in consolation win

     

    BOONETOWN – Buford bounced back from an 87-82 loss in the North Central Christmas Tournament to win the consolation game with a 75-47 win over Robert E. Lee Academy on Tuesday, Dec. 30.

    BHS fell to Lugoff-Elgin by five in the tourney’s opening round, but rebounded in a big way on Tuesday night at NCHS.

  • Bruins rebound in Moody tourney

     

    The Lancaster Bruins rebounded from a tough two-point loss to Blythewood High School to down Covenant Day of Charlotte, 64-44 on Tuesday, Dec. 30 in the 15th annual Linberg Moody Holiday Classic at Northwestern High School.

  • Lady Bruins top York field

     

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins stayed unbeaten on the season, downing Class AAAA Greenwood High School for the Bank of York/Wingbonz girls basketball tournament championship on Tuesday, Dec. 30 at York High School.

    The Lady Bruins, 12-0, rolled over the Greenwood Lady Eagles, 64-56 to take the win.