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Today's Sports

  • Faulkenberry leads Vols honorees

     Kim Roberts

    For the Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – Orange and White shining moments showcased a host of athletes with AJ senior two-sport star Haley Faulkenberry leading the way at the Andrew Jackson High School All-Sports Awards on Tuesday, May 26 at the Lancaster County Class AA high school.

    Faulkenberry, named the AJ Athlete of the Year, starred in volleyball and softball for the Lady Vols.

  • Juniors 2-2 after road loss

     Staff Reports

    The Lancaster American Post 31 junior baseball team capped a season-opening four-game road trip with a 2-2 mark following a 6-3 loss to Rock Hill Post 34 on Wednesday, May 28.

    The P-31 juniors led early, but Rock Hill rallied to take the three-run comeback win.

    Byron Hegler, who went 4.2 innings, allowed eight hits, six runs, no earned runs and a walk in taking the loss. He struck out one.

    Holden Payne worked 1.1 innings and yielded no runs and no hits, with one strikeout.

  • The Citadel signs Holmes

     Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    KERSHAW – Just days away from graduation, Andrew Jackson High School senior track standout Kennisha Holmes reflected on her middle school days which had a major bearing on her future.

    Holmes, a star student and athlete at AJ, recalled a Charleston field trip which had a direct impact on her college choice.

    The field trip to the Port City included a stop at The Citadel, the military college of Sout Carolina.

  • Faulkenberry leads Vols honorees

     Kim Roberts

    For the Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – Orange and White shining moments showcased a host of athletes with AJ senior two-sport star Haley Faulkenberry leading the way at the Andrew Jackson High School All-Sports Awards on Tuesday, May 26 at the Lancaster County Class AA high school.

    Faulkenberry, named the AJ Athlete of the Year, starred in volleyball and softball for the Lady Vols.

  • The Citadel signs Holmes

     Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    KERSHAW – Just days away from graduation, Andrew Jackson High School senior track standout Kennisha Holmes reflected on her middle school days which had a major bearing on her future.

    Holmes, a star student and athlete at AJ, recalled a Charleston field trip which had a direct impact on her college choice.

    The field trip to the Port City included a stop at The Citadel, the military college of Sout Carolina.

  • BHS spring game unveils new era

     

    A new era in Buford High School football was launched with the annual Jackets’ spring football game.

    BHS first-year coach Tripp Watts was noticably excited to have his squad on the field for the first time.

  • BHS Jackets honor spring sports...

     

    The maroon and gold spotlight highlighted a host of Buford High School spring sports standouts at the annual BHS spring sports awards night Tuesday, May 27.

  • Pate to play for Pioneers

     

    The solid baseball link from Lancaster County to Spartanburg Methodist College now includes a Buford High School connection.

  • Late rally lifts Post 31 in home...

     

    Lancaster Post 31 moved its senior team baseball mark to 2-1 with a second straight American Legion League V win on Wednesday, May 28.

    Lancaster, with a single run in the bottom of the ninth inning, rallied to edge Fort Mill Post 43, 3-2 at Eggleton Field.

  • A special day for a special guy

     

    I’ve covered plenty of events at Lancaster Memorial Stadium over the course of 37 years in this job, but tonight ranks with the best.