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Today's Sports

  • Sowell captures Kershaw crown

    Andrew Jackson High School golf star Logan Sowell captured the Kershaw Golf Club championship, prevailing in a one-hole playoff on Sunday, Aug. 16.
    Sowell and Jerry Pardue were tied at 135 after 36 holes in the Kershaw Golf Club championship to force a playoff.
    Sowell parred No. 1 to take the one-shot win for the title.
    The battle for the Kershaw title was tight as Pardue, a former KGC champion, held a one-shot lead after the opening 18 holes.
    Pardue carded a 68, while Sowell posted a 69.

  • Limited Late Models set for...

    The Limited Late Models, a fan favorite, return to highlight action Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Lancaster Super Speedway.
    To date in the Limited Late Models, the “Rock Hill Bad Boy,” Ben Watkins, has posted two wins, while track veteran Timbo Mangum has one victory.
    The Limited Late Model Division has been providing great car counts during the 2015 racing season at LSS.

  • Tight play highlights Bear Hug...

    Tight play highlighted action in the fourth annual Bear Hug Brawl at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 22.
    The annual junior varsity football showcase, which spotlights county jayvee football and cheer squads, is held in memory of Buford High junior varsity football player Seth Muennich, who died in an auto accident near the school in 2011.
    Funds benefit the Seth Muennich Foundation, Seth’s Giving Tree.
    The jamboree’s name comes from the physical embraces, which Seth Muennich was known for during his lifetime.

  • Rivals battle in openers

    The 2015 Lancaster County high school football season kicks off with a big kick as rivalry clashes highlight opening night only several miles part.
    Andrew Jackson, launching a new era in Volunteers football with new head coach C.J. Frye, will host rival Lancaster, while 15 miles up the road and to the east, Buford battles old foe Indian Land.
    The games kick off at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28.
    Lancaster and AJ will be meeting for the 46th time dating back to the first clash in 1970.
    Frye said the Bruins are a “tough team.”

  • Olivers pace LJGA effort in all-...

    The Olivers led the way for the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association in the annual Thomas D. Todd all-stars tournament at the Patriot Golf Club in Ninety Six on Aug. 22-23.
    David Oliver and his sister Braelyn Oliver were the top finishes for the LJGA all-stars in the two-day tournament.
    David Oliver, in the boys 7-9 age division, tied for second with a 73 over 18 holes. Landry Williams, age 6, placed ninth.
    Braelyn Oliver, in the girls 7-9 age group, finished fourth and Rachel Kate Hinson was sixth.

  • Racing action features exciting...

    Lancaster Super Speedway action featured a wild night of racing at the half-mile oval Saturday, Aug. 22.
    In the Faith Funderburke Realty Super Stock main event, the front row was Brandy Baker and Johnny Starkey.
    When the green flag dropped to start the race, it was Baker, Starkey, Joseph Engelbrecht and Joseph Richardson battling for the lead entering turn one. Exiting turn two, Baker, Starkey, Engelbrecht and Andy Hodges battled for the lead.

  • Home cookin’ wins jamboree play

    KERSHAW – The home teams – host Andrew Jackson and Lancaster high schools – triumphed in the 12th annual Founders Federal Credit Union Kickoff Classic at Volunteer Stadium on Friday, Aug. 21.
    The Vols, led by first-year head coach C.J. Frye, opened play with a 14-7 win over Indian Land and put the finishing touches on their 2-0 night with a 7-6 victory over Buford.
    Lancaster, which shared the home sideline with AJ in the annual scrimmages among the four county schools, edged BHS, 6-0 and followed with a 10-0 blanking of the IL Warriors.

  • Roscoe, Wallace to join S.C....

    Two high school coaches with connections to the Lancaster area will be inducted into the S.C. Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame later this year.
    Former Lancaster High School head football coach Johnny Roscoe and Jimmy “Moose” Wallace, who coached at Lewisville, have been selected to join the elite class of 10 coaches.
    The 10 coaches have 344 years as a head football coach, with 2,544 football wins and 25 state football championships.

  • Junior golfers competing in...

    Standout golfers in the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association will be competing play for top honors in the annual Thomas D. Todd all-stars golf tournament at the Patriot Golf Club in Ninety Six today, Sunday, Aug. 23.
    Some 14 Lancaster chapter all-stars, ranging in age 7-18, will compete for titles in the age divisions.
    State tournament play opened Saturday, Aug. 22.
    The Lancaster chapter all-stars represent the top two finishers in each age division during the regular-season tournament play for the 2015 spring and summer.

  • Gilreath commits to play...

    John Gilreath, a high school baseball standout and former Lancaster resident, has committed to play baseball at the University of South Carolina.
    Gilreath, 15 and a sophomore at Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, gave the Gamecocks a verbal pledge last week.
    The 5-10, 160-pounder is regarded as one of the top pitchers in the state for the class of 2018.
    He is rated by Diamond Prospects, a state baseball scouting service, as the state’s No. 2 prospect for the Class of 2018.