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High School Sports

  • Unbeaten Warriors cruise in 48-0 rout of NC Knights

    Greg Petersen

    For The Lancaster News

    INDIAN LAND – The war dance started early for the Indian Land Warriors on Friday night as they lanced the North Central Knights, 48-0 on IL homecoming 2011.

    Looking to make an early statement, the Warriors won the coin toss and elected to receive.

    It didn’t take long for the Warriors to impose their will on the Knights.

  • Bulldogs snap Vols’ win streak with 34-10 victory

    Kim Roberts

    For The Lancaster News

    CAMDEN – Andrew Jackson fell to Camden, 34-10 in its final non-conference game of the 2011 AJ season.

    Camden, 2-3, improved its series record to 17-5 against the pesky Vols.

    Camden converted two AJ second-half turnovers into 10 points en route to the 24-point win.

    The Bulldogs opened the scoring with a 13-play, 86-yard drive, capped by a 25-yard Josh Council to Cedrick Cook TD pass at the 5:35 mark of the first period.

  • Coaches salute county prep football standouts

    An ace quintet of Lancaster County football players was recognized by the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association for stellar play in games from Sept. 16.

  • Jackets' Catledge gets physical

    If one wants to get physical with a member of the Buford High School football team, then look no further than senior two-way starter Scott Catledge.

    Catledge, a 5-10, 195-pounder, will tell you he relishes the hits.

  • Bruins swimmers top Rock Hill, York

    The Lancaster High swim team posted two impressive wins at the Lancaster County pool on Sept. 8.

  • Teams seek repeat effort

     

       

    Repeat is the central theme for Lancaster County high school football teams Friday night.

    Each county team posted an impressive win in week four action and would like to do it again this week.

  • Tanner here for Blue & Gold Santa

     

       

       

     

  • Williams-led Bruins roll

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    PONTIAC – A cool night like Friday might have suggested early hibernation for your average bear, but the fired-up Lancaster Bruins roared in the first of three straight Midlands trips with a 42-22 win over Spring Valley at Harry Parone Stadium.
    Lancaster, 3-1, produced its “most complete game on both sides of the football,” in taking the 20-point win over the 3-2 Vikings, said LHS coach Bennie McMurray.

  • Vols deck Islanders in 30-6 victory

    Kim Roberts
    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson, in a stifling defensive effort, limited St.John’s of Charleston to 65 yards of total offense en route to a 30-6 shellacking of the Islanders in a non-conference game at Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.
    The 3-1 Volunteers used a “lights outs” defense to record their third consecutive win after an opening game loss to Class AAAA rival Lancaster.

  • Jackets’ early surge shells Knights

    Staff Reports
    BOONETOWN – Buford got back on track, doing so in workman-like fashion Friday night at Boonetown.
    The 2-2 Yellow Jackets swarmed host North Central, 35-8 with a highly productive first half.
    BHS coach Mike Wells’ Jackets struck on four of five first-half possessions and didn’t have to punt until the final period in posting the impressive 27-point win.
    The Jackets were coming off a 40-6 road loss to Lancaster, but this week it was BHS putting up the points.