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Today's Sports

  • Lady Vols top Shamrocks

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Lady Vols advanced to the next round of the Class AA Upper State girls basketball playoffs with a 53-33 win over Eau Claire High School of Columbia on Tuesday evening.

    The Lady Volunteers, the Region IV-AA regular-season champions and ranked seventh in the latest Class AA state poll, face Blacksburg tonight at 6.

  • Warriors win, face Walhalla

    GREENVILLE – Indian Land went on the road and came home an upset winner to open the Class AAA Upper State boys basketball playoffs Tuesday night.

    The third-seeded Warriors, 11-13, used a strong start to take a 62-49 win over Berea, a second seed in the Class AAA Upstate playoffs.

    “In our final regular season game at Fairfield Central, we said it was like a playoff game because it was on the road and we knew we were going to be on the road for the playoffs,” ILHS coach Nate Smith said.

  • County wrestlers focused on...

    Indian Land, the Region IV-AAA champion, has four No. 1 seeds heading into the Class AAA Upper State individual wrestling tournament this weekend at Powdersville High School in Greenville.

    The Warriors’ top seeds are Solomon Cortez (106), Austin Ross (113), Xavier Dreese (145) and Kyle Daley (152).

    Ross is a defending state champion.

    Juan Alejandro, at 126, is a third seed.

    The Warriors have two wrestlers seeded fifth, including Weston Nguyen (120) and Alfred Cortez (182).

  • Cougars halt Jackets run

    North Charleston, in a battle with Buford, rallied in the second half to take an 88-66 win over the Jackets in the Class AA basketball playoffs on Wednesday night at the Cougars gym.

    North Charleston, up 17-15 after one period, held a 42-32 lead at the half.

    The Cougars charged in the final two periods to take the 22-point win.

    NCHS outscored BHS 24-21 in the third period to take a 66-53 edge after three quarters on the way to the win.

  • Keenan’s second-half surge sacks...

    COLUMBIA – Keenan came on strong in the second half to notch a 61-27 win over Buford High School in the opening round of the Class AA Upper State girls basketball playoffs on Tuesday night in Columbia.

    The Lady Raiders trailed 26-18 at the half, but charged hard in the second half to outscore the Lady Jackets, 43-1 for the 34-point win.

    “We came out flat and turned the ball over,” BHS girls coach T.J. Armbrust said. “We never could get on track in the second half.

  • Lancaster hosting Doomsday...

    The annual Doomsday Jamboree, hosted by the Lancaster Bruins baseball team, is Saturday at the LHS baseball field, Doomsday Corner.

    The jamboree will feature five mini-games, four innings or an hour time limit, beginning at 10 a.m.

    Play opens with the Buford C team facing the Andrew Jackson C team at 10 a.m.

    The 11 a.m. game has the Buford junior varsity team facing Lewisville’s jayvees.

    The noon contest features Buford against Lewisville in a varsity clash.

  • Lady Vols win region title

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers captured the Region IV-AA girls’ basketball championship with a tough 47-40 win over the rival Buford Lady Jackets on Friday night at AJ High.

    The fourth-ranked Lady Vols took the seven-point win to cap regular-season play with their 10th straight win.

    In the boys game, Buford gained a measure of revenge with an overtime win to earn a Class AA playoff bid.

  • South Pointe spoils Bruins...

    Lancaster High School basketball senior night was a double downer in the packed LHS gym on Friday night.

    The Bruins dropped both ends of their regular-season home finale, falling to visiting South Pointe High School of Rock Hill in the Region III-AAAA twin bill.

    SPHS rallied for a pair of wins as the Lady Stallions took a 69-66 victory and the Stallions prevailed 67-62 to earn a Class AAAA Upper State playoff bid.

    The SPHS boys, 11-13, 4-6, capped the sweep, holding off the Bruins’ late hard charge.

  • IL’s Jake Locklear signs to play...

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land Warriors’ senior lineman Jake Locklear recalls attending a football camp nearly three years ago, which has made a recent impact.

    “It was at the end of my ninth grade year and I was at a camp at Clemson,” Locklear said. “I remember Coach Caldwell (Robbie, Tigers’ offensive line coach) told me at the camp, if I kept working hard, I would have a chance to play in college.”

  • Warriors post win, look to...

    The Indian Land Warriors, fine-tuning their focus for what’s next, treated their regular-season basketball finale as a playoff game Thursday night at Fairfield Central.

    The approach worked as the Warriors won 69-57 over Fairfield Central High School of Winnsboro for a Region IV-AAA hoops split.

    “We felt the game had a playoff atmosphere and we needed to have a complete game, four quarters of solid basketball,” ILHS coach Nate Smith said.