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RICHBURG – Buford, after dropping a tough loss in the closing seconds at Ben Lippen School of Columbia on Friday night, saw the plus side of a game-ending situation.
The surging Lancaster Lady Bruins rolled to their fifth straight win, knocking off No. 9 Fort Mill High School at the LHS gym on Monday, January 13.
The 10th-ranked Lady Bruins, 8-4, 5-0, swatted the Lady Jackets, 48-37 in the varsity opener.
COLUMBIA – Buford’s return to the hardwood was a tough night for the visiting Jackets at Ben Lippen School of Columbia.
The Jackets dropped a 51-50 loss to the unbeaten Falcons, and the Lady Jackets fell to the Lady Falcons, 40-29 on Friday, Jan. 10.
KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers cruised to a second straight lopsided home win to cap non-region play Friday, January 10.
The Lady Vols, No. 7 in the latest Class AA girls state poll, routed McBee, 66-30 after burying North Central, 64-4 on Tuesday night.
FORT MILL – Coach Ronnie Robinson’s words to his team at halftime were to get moving.
The Lady Bruins responded to post their fifth straight win – a 63-40 road basketball victory over Nation Ford High School of Fort Mill in the Falcons’ gym on Friday, Jan. 10.
Andrew Jackson opened the 2014 portion of its 2013-14 basketball schedule with a sweep of visiting North Central on Tuesday, Jan. 7.
The Lady Volunteers, ranked seventh in the latest Class AA girls state poll, rolled to a 64-4 win over the Lady Knights.
The Lancaster Lady Bruins continue to roll, while the LHS boys are still looking for their first region win of the 2013-14 hoops campaign.
The Lancaster High School girls, 6-4, extended their region mark to 3-0 in the LHS region home opener with Clover, 58-35 on Tuesday, Jan. 7.
The Indian Land Warriors posted a 5-4 record in the Border War Duals at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill where the event was held Jan. 3-4.
The Indian Land Warriors finished second in the Holy Angels Basketball Classic tournament, but IL coach Nate Smith is far from disappointed.
The Warriors, the lone team from the Palmetto State at the Charlotte, N.C., three-day tournament, went 2-1 in a solid field.
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