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Today's Sports

  • Lady Bruins top York

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins blanked Region III-AAAA softball foe York at the LHS field on Tuesday night.

    Lady Bruins senior hurler Summer Clinton was the winner, striking out eight. She allowed two hits and a walk.

    Ashley Abbott had two hits to lead LHS. Gracie Revels belted a home run.

    Sydney Cauthen, Taylor Ames, Madison Morris, Ana Watts and Clinton each had a hit for Lancaster.

    Morris had a RBI.

    Alexus Lowery drew two walks and Kadaja Cunningham walked.

  • LHS golfers 7th in Bengal...

    The Lancaster High School golf team placed seventh in the annual Bengal Invitational at Blythewood on Tuesday.

    Hilton Head Christian topped the field with a 613, followed by Gaffney 617, Hartsville 619, Fox Creek 625 and Bishop England 625.

    Teams 6-10 were Lexington 628, Lancaster 631, Boiling Springs 635, Blythewood 637 and A.C. Flora, and Fort Mill tied for 10th with a 638 each.

    Brady Hinkle led LHS with a 150 (77-73), Trey Crenshaw followed 154 (79-75). Mason Tucker tallied a 159 and Nick Mangano had a 168.

  • 10U Rec stars state champs

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation 10U girls basketball all-stars were brilliant Saturday in Mullins.

    The Lancaster County 10U stars captured the state championship with a sweep of the state field at the Mullins Recreation Center.

    The Lancaster County stars, the Central District champions, brought home the state title trophy with a pair of impressive wins – 37-10 over Wahalla, the Western District champ, and 39-15 over North Charleston, the Southern District titlist.

  • Speedway to host two-day special...

    Lancaster Motor Speedway, cranking up its 65th season, held its annual car show and open practice Saturday.

    Track officials said both events were successful as the fans and drivers came out and enjoyed time with their racing family and met the new LMS management.

    Now, it is time for the regular racing season to begin, with LMS hosting an action-packed two days of racing Friday and Saturday nights.

    The track’s 2018 opener, under new management, is fast approaching, akin to a hard-driving driver focused on the first-place finish line.

  • Indians sweep Lancers

    USC Salkehatchie completed a four-game sweep of visiting USC Lancaster, taking two wins over the Lancers on Sunday in Allendale.

    The USCS Indians capped the sweep with a 7-3 win over USCL.

    Johnny Watts led the USCL offense with two hits. Bo Owens ripped a double, drove in two runs and scored a run.

    Josh Tucker had a hit and tallied a run. Chris Coker had a RBI.

    Ryan Knowles, who worked three innings, took the loss, allowing seven hits, six runs, three earned runs and a walk. He fanned three.

  • Lady Bruins blank Blazers

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins softball team improved to 7-0, 2-0 in Region III-AAAA play, with a 13-0 win over Ridge View on Friday night in their home opener.

    Jordan Pomnitz, Madison Morris and Gracie Revels each had two hits and tallied two runs to lead Lancaster.

    Sydney Cauthen had two hits and scored a run.

    Ashley Abbott, Ana Watts, Alexus Lowery, Kadaja Cunningham, Brittney Robison and Summer Clinton each had a hit and tallied a run.

    Morris was the winning pitcher, posting seven strikeouts and allowing two hits.

  • BHS students remember ‘Coach Mo’

    With the recent passing of Buford coach Jeff “Coach Mo” Moyer, several BHS students who played under Moyer wanted to write about their late coach.

    A memorial service for Coach Moyer, who died March 6, will be held Sunday in the BHS gym at 3 p.m.

     

    “Mo was an all-around great man. He always knew how to cheer me up when I was down, and he always knew how to make me laugh. I am glad God put him in my life. He was a great coach and I will miss him dearly.”

    – Sophie Ribelin

  • Bruins sweep track meet

    The Lancaster Bruins track teams captured a five-way meet at the Buford High School track on March 5, with LHS topping the field in the boys and girls meets.

    The Lady Bruins tallied 125 points to win the girls meet, followed by Buford 108, Central 46, Great Falls 24 and McBee 17.

    In the boys meet LHS racked up 132 points, followed by Central 94, McBee 62, Buford 29 and Great Falls 10.

    LHS girls results:

    • 4 x 100 – 1. GaQuanie Simmons, Tierra Belk, Mahongany Perry, Rekia Polk, 52:24

  • Bruins edge Ridge View, 12-11

    Lancaster opened its home schedule, winning a high-scoring game with a 12-11 win over Ridge View on Friday night at Doomsday Corner.

    The Bruins’ hustling Gavin Hanna scored on a passed ball to lift Lancaster to the one-run win.

    LHS bolted to an 8-0 lead in the second inning before the Blazers rallied to tie the game at 11-all and the Bruins rallied for the win.

    Logan Phillips, who worked an inning in relief, was the winner. He struck out three and walked none.

    Phillips aided the winning cause with two hits, a RBI and scored a run.

  • Jackets booters down Demons, 2-0

    The Buford men’s varsity soccer team wrapped up a successful week, taking a 2-0 win over Class AAAA foe Lugoff-Elgin at Jackets Stadium on Friday.

    The match marked the final time the teams played in the young season.

    The Jackets previously defeated the Demons 5-2 in the Capital City Cup in February, but dropped a 3-1 loss at Lugoff-Elgin in the regular season opener.