Today's Sports

  • Bruins clip Clinton, 24-16

    CLINTON – With the game on the line, Lancaster put it on the line and delivered with a tough 24-16 win over Clinton in a Region III-AAA football game Friday night, Oct. 9 at Wilder Stadium in Clinton.
    LHS, ranked No. 8 in the Class AAA state poll, was locked in a battle with the Red Devils, who trailed 17-16 in the final period.
    The Bruins, 7-0, 2-0, then turned to its potent ground attack to grind out a decisive 13-play, 78-yard drive.

  • Red Rose City Bodybuilding...

    The NGA Red Rose City Classic Natural Body Building competition is set for Oct. 17 at the Bundy Auditorium on the University of South Carolina Lancaster campus.
    The pro qualifier meet, hosted by Lancaster native Kennett Washington, will feature divisions for men, women, children and a wheel chair division for physically-challenged athletes.

  • Lady Jackets continue stellar...

    The Buford Lady Jackets’ volleyball team improved its record to 16-3, 10-1 in Region IV-AA play, sweeping Central High School of Pageland in its latest court victory.
    The BHS girls topped the CHS Lady Eagles, 25-12, 25-8 and 25-15 on Tuesday, Oct. 6 in Pageland.
    “Our communication has been outstanding and we must continue to play as a team,” BHS volleyball coach Taylor Roberts said.
    Roberts said the BHS squad has been sparked by the play of Lady Jackets’ seniors Autumn Rabon, Gabby Davis and Hanna Robinson.

  • Allen plays big for Vols

    KERSHAW – Dalton Allen plays big for the Andrew Jackson High School football team.
    Allen, at 5-10, 130, doesn’t have the size, but that matters little to the Vols’ senior captain.
    “I’ve always been a smaller player, but I try to make the best of it,” he said.
    A quick look at his AJ athletic resume speaks volumes about his play, not just on the football field.

  • Carolina Speedway to host King...

    The dirt track racing focus is on Carolina Speedway in Gastonia for the next week.
    Carolina Speedway will host the third annual King of the Carolinas racing event Oct. 15-17.
    The major racing event drew over 200 cars last year, with that many or more expected to compete at the Carolina Speedway track next week.
    With the 2015 Lancaster Super Speedway season completed, a host of LSS drivers are expected to be in the mix for the titles at the Carolina track.

  • Teams focus on streaks

    It’s the week of streaks in Lancaster County high school football.
    Lancaster and Buford will seek to keep unbeaten region streaks intact this week.
    Andrew Jackson will look to continue its new win streak.
    Indian Land is bidding to halt its losing skid.
    Lancaster, in its first region road game this season, visits Clinton, while Buford travels to Chesterfield.
    AJ is back home to face rival North Central and Indian Land steps out of region play with a visit to Prosperity to face Mid-Carolina.

  • Five county players reap Tri-...

    RICHBURG – Five football players – three from Lancaster and a pair of Andrew Jackson High School performers – were honored at the week six meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday, Oct. 6.
    Lancaster, 6-0 and off to its best start since the 1963 football season, was led by the trio of Houston Brantley, Charlie Ellis and Trevor Latham.
    The AJ Vols honorees included junior running back Heath Gandy and senior linebacker Dalton “Tex” Haven.

  • Speedway caps 2015 racing...

    The 2015 racing season at Lancaster Super Speedway has come to an end, the last two races won by Mother Nature.
    Rainy weather wiped out the final two races on the 2015 season, including action last Saturday night.
    The season has been competitive as ever at the famous half-mile dirt track.

  • IL Warriors fall to Eagles, 20-0

    PAGELAND – With South Carolina football teams facing a Friday night forecast of torrential rains from Hurricane Joaquin, Central High, along with many other schools, made the decision to play its scheduled game with Indian Land a night early.
    It didn’t take the Eagles long to tally.
    CHS, on the opening series, scored as Dedric Robinson dashed 70 yards down the water-logged field for the TD with only 29 seconds gone. The extra-point was no good and CHS led, 6-0.

  • Lady Bruins 18-1 after region...

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins volleyball team pushed its record to 18-1, 6-0 with a pair of Region III-AAA wins.
    LHS rolled to a 3-0 win over Union County on Thursday, Oct. 1 when the Lady Bruins prevailed, 25-19, 25-19, 25-15.
    Hayden Thorne posted nine kills and Keyotta Garris had seven. Alexis Williams had five. Amirah Steward and Zaria Woods each had three. Mya Truesdale posted one.
    Ashley Abbott notched 30 digs and Keiana Howze had nine.
    Stevie Sweeney supplied 11 assists, while Amari Jefferson had six assists and Zaria Woods four.