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Today's Sports

  • Strong second half keys Bruins’...

    Lancaster High School hasn’t had much to smile about at home this season, but the Bruins’ 2017 homecoming was happy.

    Lancaster, capping its regular-season home schedule at Memorial Stadium, held a 21-20 halftime lead and finished it off in the second half for a happy homecoming in a 34-20 Region III-AAAA football win over Richland Northeast on Friday night.

    The Bruins took care of business on both sides of the football in the final two periods, scoring twice and holding the Cavs scoreless for the 14-point win.

  • Junior Bruins notch first win

    The Lancaster High School junior varsity football team posted its first win of the 2017 season, downing host Richland Northeast, 14-6 on Thursday night.

    RNE returned the opening kickoff 60 yards for a 6-0 lead.

    Lancaster, 1-5, answered with Sean Truesdale tossing a 70-yard touchdown pass to Akeem Ford. Truesdale later scored on a five-yard TD run and Nygel Moore, who ran for 160 yards on the night, added the conversion run.

    LHS coach Chris Miller said the Junior Bruins had plenty of key play in the win.

  • Blue Devils earned Class C’s...

    Charles Ussery

    For The Lancaster News


    (Editor’s note: following are the highlights of the Heath Springs Blue Devils’ 1967 Class C state championship football season, with highlights from a host of team members through the Kershaw game that season. The rest of the season highlights will follow in an upcoming story).


    The start of the 1967 high school football season was rough for the eventual Class C state champion Heath Springs Blue Devils.

  • Walters shoots 62, ties course...

    Drew Walters has etched his name with the elite in Lancaster Golf Club history.

    The 29-year-old avid Lancaster golfer tied the course record, shooting a 10-under 62 to tie the mark held by former Buford High School star golfer Trevor Banks, a prep state champion at BHS.

    Walters, over 18 holes from the white tees, posted 10 birdies and eight pars. He had five birdies on the front nine and five on the back.

    Prior to Walters and Banks, the late Doc Catoe held the old LGC record of 63.

  • USCL sets youth swimming lessons

     

     

    Youth swimming lessons at the Gregory Health and Wellness Center pool at USC Lancaster will be held Oct. 16-Nov.9.

    Classes meet Monday and Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 6:30, and 6:30 p.m. to 7.

    The Tuesday-Thursday classes are 6 p.m. to 6:30 and 6:30 p.m. to 7.

    Classes offered are aqua-tot, level 1, level 2 and level 3.

    Classes meet twice a week for four weeks.

  • Rams’ late charge decks Jackets

     

    BUFORD – The No. 11 Chesterfield Rams out-paced ninth-ranked Buford at Jackets Stadium, handing BHS its second consecutive Region IV-AA loss, 31-14 on Friday night.

    Buford, 5-2, led early, but let the game slip away late in the final period.

    All knotted at 14 to start the final quarter, Chesterfield took the early fourth-quarter lead when Travis Bowen scored on a four-yard run.

  • Bruins charge by Cavs

     Lancaster hasn’t had much to smile about at home this season, but the Bruins’ 2017 homecoming was happy.

  • Vols roll over Red Devils

     KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers got back on track in a big way Friday night.

  • East Lincoln, Cherokee tracks...

    With the end of the Lancaster Super Speedway season last Saturday, area drivers will be heading to regional tracks to race this weekend.

    East Lincoln Motor Speedway, located on 1873 Mariposa Road, Stanley, N.C., 28164, will host the Fall Brawl.

    The Fall Brawl, today and Saturday, is billed as the single biggest event in East Lincoln Speedway history.

    Divisions running will be Lightning Late Models paying $1,000 to win, Renegades $1,000, Thunder Bombers $1,000, 4-cylinders $1,000, and Extreme 4/Front Wheel Drives $1,000.

  • Lady Knights top Buford in...

    North Central rallied to hand Buford its first Region IV-AA volleyball loss on Tuesday during the Lady Knights’ annual pink out game at NCHS.

    North Central, the defending region champion, opened with a 27-25 win over the Lady Jackets, but BHS rallied for two straight wins, 25-18 and 25-19.

    North Central, in game four, forced a decisive fifth game with a 25-17 win.

    In the final match, the host Lady Knights rallied for a 20-18 win.

    North Central and Buford are now tied for the region lead, each with a 9-1 mark.