Today's Sports

  • Gardner leads Stinger Wrestling...

    Ashton Gardner led the way as the Buford Stinger Wrestling Club competed in the 2018 Tough Time SC East Showcase at Socastee High School on Saturday.

    Gardner, one of six Stinger youth wrestlers in the 350 wrestler field, won the 12U 100-pound weight class with a 3-0 effort on the day.

    Maddox Hunter, in the 8U 52-pound weight class, placed third with a 3-2 showing.

    Sam Hunter, competing in the 8U 52-pound weight class, finished fourth with a 2-2 effort.

    Tanner Sellers, in the 12U heavyweight class, finished fourth with a 2-2 showing.

  • Junior Jackets net hoops wins

    The Buford Junior Jackets basketball team notched a 47-31 win over Cheraw on Tuesday night.

    BHS jumped to a 15-8 lead in the first period, and the Junior Jackets, with an 18-8 surge, continued their solid play, taking a 33-16 lead at the half.

    The BHS jayvees forged a 41-26 spread after three periods on the way to the 16-point win.

    Tyson Miller led the Junior Jackets with 16 points, seven rebounds and two steals.

    Glen Collins hit 14 points, hauled in two boards and made four steals.

  • Warriors blitz Griffins for split

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors started strong on the way to a 67-53 win over Fairfield Central of Winnsboro on Tuesday night.

    The Warriors’ 14-point win gave ILHS a split in the Region IV-AAA varsity twin bill.

    The winless Lady Warriors, who dipped to 0-14, dropped a 52-16 loss in the girls game.

    The boys game saw Indian Land bolt to a 13-2 lead and the Warriors remained in control for the victory over the Griffins.

  • BHS Jackets jolt Braves, 81-76

    Lorie Sellers

    For The Lancaster News

    BUFORD – The Buford Yellow Jackets highlighted a Region IV-AA split, taking an 81-76 win over Cheraw on Tuesday night at BHS.

    Buford, bolstered by a balanced attack, rallied from a 34-29 halftime deficit to take the five-point win over the Braves.

    The Jackets’ comeback win snapped a two-game CHS win streak.

    In the girls game, Cheraw posted a 46-37 win, giving the Braves a split.

  • Lady Vols rout Eagles in region...

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers continued their winning streak, dominating the Central Lady Eagles 67-22 in their Tuesday night home game.

    The Vols, in the boys game, fought hard, but came up three points short in their game against the Eagles, 76-73.

  • Lady Vols capture win over NC...

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    The Lady Vols continued their winning streak as they defeated the North Central Lady Knights 53-48 in overtime on Friday night.

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers lost a close game to the rival Knights in a 59-53 loss.

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Vols kept up the pressure to win in overtime against the North Central Lady Knights 53-48.

    The Lady Vols came out strong with a 4-point lead 13-9. They continued to push forward to the halftime score 22-11.

  • Stallions dash in sweep of...

    Lorie Sellers

    For The Lancaster News

    BISHOPVILLE – Lee Central took two from visiting Buford in Region IV-AA basketball on Friday night.

    The fourth-ranked Stallions took an early lead and cruised to a 78-39 win over the Jackets to complete the sweep.

    The LC boys opened an 11-3 lead after a period of play and then used a 22-8 second period surge to take a 33-11 advantage on the Jackets.

    The Stallions led 61-28 after three quarters on the way to the 39-point win.

  • Warriors fall twice at Camden...

    CAMDEN – Indian Land had a rocky road trip to Camden for a pair of Region IV-AAA  games with Camden High School on Friday night.

    The Warriors dropped both ends of the varsity twin bill, with the winless Lady Warriors falling 51-20, and the ILHS boys losing, 58-52.

    A slow start hampered the Warriors in their six-point loss to the Bulldogs in the nightcap.

    Camden bolted to a 17-6 lead after one quarter and stayed on top for the six-point win.

  • Indian Land Middle wins state...

    For the second-straight year, Indian Land Middle School’s wrestling team has won the state championship, and eighth grader Max Yegge has again brought home an individual title.
    The Warriors, with six wrestlers in the 60-plus team field, had five grapplers place in the 16 weight classes during Saturday’s tournament at Lexington High School.
    Indian Land topped the field with 97.5 points, finishing ahead of Byrnes Middle School with 96, and Powdersville with 80.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models...

    During the 2017 racing season, one of the fan favorite divisions at Lancaster Motor Speedway was the newly formed Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models.

    Jason Smoot, founder and owner of the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series, was excited to bring his drivers to the big, half-mile track at LMS.

    During the 2017 racing season of all the Late Model series in Carolinas, the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series averaged the most cars with 21-plus cars in nearly every racing event.