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Today's Sports

  • Bruins ready to defend region...

    The Lancaster High School Bruins soccer team produced a landmark season last spring with a first-ever region crown and a playoff win.

    Second-year head coach Adam Nelson, in his fifth season with the Bruins program, said he thinks his team can continue that success.

    “I fully expect us to compete for the region title this year,” Nelson said. “I genuinely believe we can win it. I have high expectations for the boys and I think we have realistic targets this season.”

  • Strong finish boosts team to KGC...

    KERSHAW – The team of Charles Blackmon, Jerry Faulkenberry, Jerry Pardue, and Randy Young captured first-place with a score of 17-under 55 to top an 18-team field in the Kershaw Golf Course Spring Tournament at the KGC on Saturday.

    The mild, overcast day was the backdrop for the annual event to benefit the Kershaw Golf Club.

  • Bruins blank Warriors, 7-0

    The Lancaster Bruins completed a regular-season sweep of county rival Indian Land, taking a 7-0 win over the host Warriors on Wednesday night.

    LHS, 4-3, 1-2, topped the Warriors, 12-11 in extra innings at Doomsday Corner on March 8.

    Bruins’ right-hander Anson Taylor hurled a four-hit shutout to aid the Lancaster win.

  • Fore the Kids golf tourney set...

    The seventh annual Fore the Kids golf tournament is April 21 at Edgewater Golf Club.

    The tournament is held to benefit the Lancaster, Chester and York chapters of Child Evangelism Fellowship.

    The four-man captain’s choice entry is $75 per player which includes lunch, supper, prizes and a goodie bag.

  • Vols top Rams in golf

    The Andrew Jackson High School golf team upped its record to 3-1, taking a 10-shot win over Chesterfield at the Kershaw Golf Club on Monday.

    Dakota Roberts and Emily Cox each shot a 39 to lead the Vols to the win over the Rams. Mason Sowell registered a 44 and Andrew Bowers carded a 59.

    Raegan Brewer had a 63.

    Oliver led Chesterfield with a 43 on the day.

    Bruins unbeaten

  • LSS gearing for new opening night

    Opening night for the Lancaster Super Speedway season is Saturday night.

    A late afternoon thunderstorm put the brakes on opening night last Saturday, so the track’s 63rd opener is Saturday.

    Anxious LSS race fans have waited all winter long to see some racing at the half-mile oval.

    New dirt has been added, so fans are looking forward to what holds for opening night.

  • Annual martial arts tournament...

    From Release

    The 43rd annual Universal Martial Arts Championships featured a broad band of competitors, including those from across the country and international participants.

    The event, held March 11 at the Springdale Recreation Center, was sponsored by Hanshi James White and Universal Karate Studios.

    The chilly weather did not stop competitors and spectators from attending.

  • Bruins booters bury Westwood

    Lancaster upped its region mark to 2-1 with an 8-1 win over Westwood on Tuesday night.

    LHS’s Seth Blackmon, Harrison Lathan and Isaac Marin each tallied two goals.

    Cristian Diaz tallied and LHS had an own Goal.

    LHS assists were from Alex Quevedo, Jonathan Roman and Cristian Diaz who had two apiece.

    Jose Robles added an assist for LHS.

  • McGriff shines in all-star play

    Nehemiah McGriff’s final high school basketball game was quite a finish for the Bruins’ senior player. 

    McGriff hit 16 points, eight in each half, in the 69th annual North-South All-Star boys basketball game Saturday at Lexington High School.

    McGriff, who signed with Limestone to play for the Saints last fall, was the game’s second-leading scorer.

  • Gamecocks savor shining moment

    There’s a well-known saying among University of South Carolina sports fans that goes like this – “It’s great to be a Gamecock.”

    No doubt that line was never truer Sunday night on what could be hailed as a “garnet-letter day.”

    Unless you’ve been in a deep, deep sleep, you have a good grasp on USC’s super Sunday.