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Today's Sports

  • NGA Red Rose City Classic set...

    Staff Reports
    The second annual Natural Bodybuilding Show – the NGA Red Rose City Classic – is Oct. 15 at the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Bradley Building.
    Former Lancaster High School athlete Kennett Washington, a fitness expert, natural pro bodybuilder and owner of Healing Strength Personal Training in Charlotte, hosts the show.
    Doors open for the general public for prejudging at 10 a.m., with doors to open for the evening show at 5 p.m.

  • Warriors garner national soccer...

    INDIAN LAND – The 2016 Indian Land High School soccer season, which produced a fifth straight Class AA Upper State title and bid to the AA state title match, has been history for five months, but the honors keep coming for the ILHS booters.
    Indian Land High School veteran soccer coach Adam Cole said his team was honored last week with two awards from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America  (NSCAA).
    The Warriors were honored with a national award for the 2016 season, earning the National High School Team Academic Award.

  • Jackets charge by Rams

    CHESTERFIELD – A happy Buford High School head football coach Tripp Watts sounded somewhat prophetic as he addressed his elated Jackets on Thursday night after BHS decked the host Chesterfield Rams, 35-25.
    “How many points did I say we needed to score to win this game?” said Watts. “We said 35 and that’s what we did.

  • AJ keeps pace in region...

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers improved to 9-1 in Region IV-AA volleyball play with a 3-0 win over Chesterfield on Tuesday.
    The Lay Vols prevailed over the Lady Rams, 25-16, 25-13 and 25-20.
    AJ coach John Verdugo saluted a host of AJ players for their effort in the seep win.
    Verdugo said AJ had big performances offensively from Kinsley Adams, Cassidy McKittrick and Makaylen Crosby who combined for 25 kills.
    He also lauded the defensive effort from Ansley Lucas, Kaitlyn Holden, and Raegen Brewer with 27 good digs.

  • IL’s Teeter taking charge

    INDIAN LAND – To say Indian Land High School senior football player Logan Teeter has come full circle might qualify as the understatement of the season.
    In a nutshell, Teeter, a three-year starter for the Warriors, has gone from the team’s top tackler last season to the starter at quarterback.
    Two seasons ago, Teeter, officially listed on the 2016 ILHS roster as a linebacker/running back, was the Warriors’ signal-caller.
    Since then, he’s played fullback, linebacker, defensive end and now is back at quarterback.

  • Dizzy bat race decides McMackin...

    The deciding dizzy bat race was the difference in the 12th annual Neil McMackin Memorial golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Sept. 10.
    The gross score title ended in a tie, and as the tournament rules came into play was decided by the dizzy bat race.
    The dizzy bat race includes a member of the teams, which were tied at the end of regulation.
    The members each circle a bat and then race a certain distance and the first to cross the finish line is the winner.

  • Buford Middle rolls to win over...

    The Buford Middle School Jackets rallied from an early 8-0 deficit to post their first win of the season with a 20-8 comeback victory over Chesterfield-Ruby Middle School on Wednesday.
    Buford, down 8-0, rallied to slice the lead to 8-6 on Tyler Vespe’s 50-yard touchdown run. The two-point conversion try failed.
    Buford came back to take the lead for good as quarterback Evan Teague tallied on a three-yard run. Teague’s scoring run was set up when he hit Dalton “Bubba” Catoe on a 25-yard pass.

  • Lancaster drivers gearing up for...

    Lancaster Super Speedway drivers are preparing their cars for the fourth annual King Of The Carolinas race at Carolina Speedway in Gastiona, N.C.
    Lancaster drivers have held their own throughout the years at the KOC races and will be seeking to do the same this year. The Carolinas’ best dirt track drives will come to the track known as “The Action Track,” Oct. 13-15.

  • Coaches honor Warriors duo

    FORT MILL –  Two Indian Land High School football players were honored during the week six meeting at the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill.
    Indian Land High School sophomore linebacker Robbie Csuhta and sophomore kicker Brandon Dickerson led the Lancaster County honorees.
    Csuhta was named the Class AAA-AA-A Defensive Player of the Week, while Dickerson was tabbed as the AAA-AA-A Special Teams Player of the Week.
    Csuhta had a solid effort in the IL Warriors’ road loss to Chester.

  • LHS swimmers dominate region meet

    Lancaster High dominated the Region III-AAAA swim meet, with the LHS boys posting 130 points and the LHS girls taking 110 at the Rock Hill Aquatics Center on Saturday.
    South Pointe’s girls had 65 points and the SPHS boys had 30. Richland Northeast girls had 12 and RNE boys had three.
    York boys had 19 and the York girls eight. Ridge View’s boys had eight points and the RVHS girls had three.