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Today's Sports

  • Lady Jackets win over Vols

    The Buford High School volleyball team moved its record to 2-0 on the season with a 3-1 win over county and Region IV-AA rival Andrew Jackson High School on Thursday, Aug. 27.
    AJ opened with a 25-23 win, but Buford answered with three straight wins – 25-15, 25-22 and 25-19.
    “I can not brag enough on my girls last night (Thursday),” BHS coach Taylor Roberts said. “We made some major changes and the girls were able to implement and adjust effectively.

  • Warriors rally late to edge...

    The first football game of the year for Buford and Indian Land may very well be the game of the year.
    Both teams battling toe to toe all the way to the wire. In dramatic fashion, Indian Land’s Matthew Medlock hit a 22-yard field goal to end the game and give the visiting Warriors a 39-38 win on Friday, Aug. 28 at BHS’s Jackets Stadium.
    It was almost déjà vu for the Jackets. In the team’s second meeting last season, Buford’s Wade Lambert kicked the game-winning 32-yard field goal that gave Buford a 23-21 home win.

  • Bruins blitz Vols 48-0

    KERSHAW – Lancaster started fast to fuel a 48-0 football win over Class AA county rival Andrew Jackson High School at Volunteer Stadium on Friday, Aug. 28.
    The Bruins’ first-half blitz sparked a 34-0 halftime lead on the way to the shutout win.

  • Area Sports Roundup

    Knights go to 2-0
    The North Central Knights improved to 2-0 on the season, taking a 42-22 home win over Timmonsville
    The Knights’ Cedric Cunningham ran for 115 yards and two scores and also returned n interception for a touchdown in NC’s win over the Whirlwinds.
    Deaunte Samuel tallied two scores and had 60 yards rushing in the win.
    Red Devils fall
    Great Falls fell to 0-2 on the season, suffering a 68-0 loss to Gray Collegiate of Columbia.

  • Lady Jackets win over Vols

    The Buford High School volleyball team moved its record to 2-0 on the season with a 3-1 win over county and Region IV-AA rival Andrew Jackson High School on Thursday, Aug. 27.
    AJ opened with a 25-23 win, but Buford answered with three straight wins – 25-15, 25-22 and 25-19.
    “I can not brag enough on my girls last night (Thursday),” BHS coach Taylor Roberts said. “We made some major changes and the girls were able to implement and adjust effectively.

  • Warriors rally late to edge...

    The first football game of the year for Buford and Indian Land may very well be the game of the year.
    Both teams battling toe to toe all the way to the wire. In dramatic fashion, Indian Land’s Matthew Medlock hit a 22-yard field goal to end the game and give the visiting Warriors a 39-38 win on Friday, Aug. 28 at BHS’s Jackets Stadium.
    It was almost déjà vu for the Jackets. In the team’s second meeting last season, Buford’s Wade Lambert kicked the game-winning 32-yard field goal that gave Buford a 23-21 home win.

  • Bruins blitz Vols 48-0

    KERSHAW – Lancaster started fast to fuel a 48-0 football win over Class AA county rival Andrew Jackson High School at Volunteer Stadium on Friday, Aug. 28.
    The Bruins’ first-half blitz sparked a 34-0 halftime lead on the way to the shutout win.

  • Lancaster High swimmers look to...

    The Lancaster High School swim team has produced a tradition of pool success and the Bruins hope to continue the run this season.
    The LHS team has produced 17 straight seasons, with the 2014 campaign a stellar one.
    The Bruins won the region crown, with the girls going 13-1 and the boys 12-1.
    The LHS squad returns 11 girls and 14 boys this fall.
    Bruins coach Midenna Anderson said the season is looking strong.

  • Swimmers open with pool sweep

    The Lancaster High School swim team opened the 2015 season with a sweep of Mid-Carolina and Newberry on Wednesday, Aug. 26.
     The LHS girls downed Mid-Carolina, 113-49 and Newberry, 110-45, while the LHS boys topped Newberry, 99-54 and Mid-Carolina, 103-60.
    In the results, the LHS girls are first and boys second.
    200 medley relay – 1. LHS girls, 2. LHS boys
    200 freestyle – 1. Gracie Scott, 2. Samantha Ihm, 3.Morgan Ledford; 2. Jacques Caravaca, 3. Braydon Powers, 5. Noah Phillips

  • BHS’s Carnes ready for role

    Buford High School senior center Brandon Carnes said he wants to be “that guy” this season.
    “That guy” is the Jackets’ offensive line leader, following in the solid footsteps of past BHS ace linemen like Griggs Griffin, Kyle Norcia and Autry Blackmon.
    Now, as Carnes sees it, his time is here.
    “I’ve been on the line since the 10th grade and I have to be that person this season,” said Carnes, a three-year starter for the Jackets. “I have to keep their heads high and be a leader and role model.”