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Today's Sports

  • Cauthen’s homer lifts AJ...

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers captured a non-region baseball win in dramatic fashion on Tuesday night at AJ.

    The Vols’ John Cauthen opened the AJ seventh inning, smashing a first-pitch home run to lift AJ to a 6-5 win over Class A Lewisville High School.

    Lewisville entered the game as the sixth-ranked team in Class A baseball.

  • Running for Ryan is Saturday

    A highlight of the Lancaster County high school track season – the annual Running for Ryan – is Saturday at the Lancaster High School track.

    The 2016 Running for Ryan, in its 10th year, includes a county track meet featuring all four county high schools at 10 a.m.

  • Lady Warriors soccer going strong

    The Indian Land Warriors have forged a reputation as an elite team in Class AA girls soccer and the 2016 season is following in a successful path on the pitch.
    The third-ranked IL girls of veteran soccer coach Mark Bonda are 14-1 to date, with their lone loss a 1-0 setback at the hands of Class AAAA defending state champion J.L. Mann of Greenville in a Columbia tournament.

  • Lady Jackets continue soccer...

    The Buford High Lady Jackets are in their second season of varsity soccer and the BHS booters continue to make solid strides.
    BHS, which earned a playoff bid and postseason win in its first season of soccer last spring, is 8-7 on the 2016 campaign, which includes a 2-1 mark in Region IV-AA play.

  • Warriors honor mat stars

    The Indian Land Warriors saluted a host of standout wrestlers at the annual ILHS and middle school wrestling awards April 5.
    The ILHS Warriors finished 18-11 and ranked ninth in the final Class AA-A state wrestling poll.
    Senior Will Van Hoose, who posted a 42-3 record and finished third in the Class A-AA state field at 195, was honored as ILHS varsity’s Most Outstanding Wrestler. He was also selected to the North-South All-Star wrestling Classic as one of the top senior grapplers in the state.

  • Jackets edge Bruins, 8-7

    Buford rallied in dramatic fashion to top Lancaster High School 8-7 in baseball action at Buford Park on Monday, April 11.

    The Jackets, 11-8 overall, 8-2 in Region IV-AA play, snapped a 7-all tie in the bottom of the seventh with a single run to top the visiting Bruins.

    Dylan Sistare opened the Yellow Jackets’ seventh inning with a triple to left center field.

  • AJ edges Cheraw in soccer win

    Andrew Jackson evened its high school boys soccer record at 5-5, including a 1-3 Region IV-AA mark, with the Volunteers’ first region win this season at the AJ stadium on Friday night, April 8.

    AJ, which fell to Cheraw, 3-2 earlier this season, rebounded to top the CHS Braves, 2-1 in penalty kicks.

    Cheraw broke on top with a penalty kick to gain a 1-0 lead in the match.

  • Lancers sweep Junior Crusaders

    The University of South Carolina Lancers took two from the visiting Belmont Abbey junior varsity baseball team Thursday at the Lancaster High School baseball field.

    The Lancers, with the home sweep, improved to 26-15, including an 8-8 record in NJCAA Region X play.

    USCL capped the twin bill with an 11-2 win over the Junior Crusaders on Thursday night.

  • Vols down Knights

    Andrew Jackson ignited for four first inning runs and stayed on top to take a 5-3 Region IV-AA baseball road win over North Central High School in Boonetown on Thursday night.

    John Cauthen sparked the Volunteers, posting a four-hitter in six innings of mound work. He gave up three earned runs and struck out five NC batters.

    Heath Gandy notched the save with a scoreless inning of work in the seventh to cap the two-run league win.

  • Lady Bruins edge IL girls

    Lancaster captured a tight non-region softball win over county foe Indian Land High School on Thursday night at the Lady Warriors’ field.

    The game, tied at 1-all at seven innings, went to extra innings.

    LHS, in the top of the ninth, went to the international tiebreaker with Summer Clinton on second base.

    Ariana Ealy then delivered with a two-run home run to give Lancaster a 3-1 edge.