Today's Sports

  • Bruins blitz Warriors

    INDIAN LAND – Lancaster, striking by land and air, prevailed 47-10 in the Bruins first-ever football meeting with county foe Indian Land.
    The Class AAAA Bruins unleashed their vaunted running attack, but were also effective with the pass on the way to the 37-point win over the Class AAA Warriors at IL’s Reservation on Friday night.
    Lancaster bolted to a 14-0 lead before the Warriors rallied to slice the gap, 21-10.

  • Fifth Bear Hug Brawl ready to...

    The Lancaster County junior varsity football teams and cheerleaders will be in the spotlight Saturday at Buford High School’s Jacket Stadium.
    The fifth annual Bear Hug Brawl is set with the opening action at 10:10 a.m.
    The Bear Hug Brawl, held in memory of the late Seth Muennich, a former BHS Junior Jackets football player. Muennich died in an auto accident near the school in 2011. He was 14 at the time of his death.

  • BHS duo big part of team

    Buford High School third-year head coach Tripp Watts regards senior running back Isaah Nesbit and wide receiver Rhylee Blackmon as a big part of the Jackets’ team.
    Watts is hoping Nesbit and Blackmon, who have missed much of the preseason with injuries, can make an impact in a hurry.
    Nesbit, who injured his neck in a preseason scrimmage at McBee High School, has been cleared to play and is expected to be in the lineup tonight when the Jackets face Franklin Christian in their opener.

  • Junior golfers focused on all-...

    Lancaster junior golfers will be seeking top honors this weekend as they play in the annual Thomas D. Todd all-star tournament at the Patriot Golf Club in Ninety Six.
    The Lancaster chapter has 12 junior golfers competing in the all-star field Aug. 20-21.
    The LJGA members earned their shot to play with top showings in the chapter’s 2016 tournaments during the spring and summer.
    The annual Roy Small Junior Championship, held at the Lancaster Golf Club on July 25-26, capped the chapter’s season.

  • SECA Crate Late Models, Vintage...

    Lancaster Super Speedway roars back to action Saturday night.
    The LSS card is headlined by the popular SECA Crate Late Model Division.
    On July 30, “The Gambler,” Brandy Baker, won the SECA Crate Late Model Division race at Lancaster Super Speedway.
    Baker had to earn it though as Travis Steele pressured him the entire race for the lead.
    LSS racing fans can expect to see those  two drivers along with Hank Taylor, Timbo Mangum, Benji Knight, Mike Huey, Mac Huey, Manley Chaney and Charles Kluttz competing for the win.

  • SC forces team for Classic...

    The South rose on Indian Land’s “Reservation” on Saturday night.
    The Lancaster County forces – Andrew Jackson, Buford, Indian Land and Lancaster high schools – teamed to key South Carolina to a 35-20 win over the North Carolina teams in the annual Founders North-South Kickoff Classic at Indian Land High School.
    The host IL Warriors rallied late to cap the S.C. win with a 14-7 victory over Parkwood.
    AJ opened with a 7-0 win over Providence Day and Lancaster notched a 7-0 victory over Ardrey Kell.

  • Roberts blazes to club title

    Scott Roberts played outstanding golf to capture the Lancaster Golf Club championship on Sunday afternoon.
    Roberts, 45, had to because Lancaster High School junior golf star Brady Hinkle stayed on his heels until Roberts pulled away in the final three holes for a six-shot win.
    Roberts, who opened a five-shot lead in the first round Saturday with a sizzling 64, followed with a 70 Sunday for a 10-under 134 in the 36-hole tournament.

  • Helms bags bounty in LSS win

    Lancaster Super Speedway featured top racing and amazing car counts Saturday night.
    In the Cauthen Motors Renegade Division, the front row had Ryan “Superstar” Whitaker and Robbie Helms. When the green flag waved to start the race, Whitaker, Helms, Brandy Baker and Andrew Baker battled for the lead entering turn one. Exiting turn two, Helms led with a dogfight for second between Whitaker, the Bakers and Steve Hinson.

  • Hunter education courses set

    Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge will offer two hunter education course sessions.
    The course is offered Aug. 27 (class 1) and Sept. 24 (Class 2) at the refuge office (23734 Hwy 1, three miles north of McBee.
    The course begins at 8 a.m. and lasts until 5 p.m.
    Pre-register on-line http://www.dnr.sc.gov/education/hunted.html (search by zip code 29101)
    Bring lunch, or money for lunch offsite. Attendees must know their social security number.
    Children, ages 12 and under, must be accompanied by a parent-guardian.

  • Panthers see positives in...

    BALTIMORE – For starters, the Carolina Panthers looked awfully good.
    The rest of the way, it was a mixed bag befitting of a preseason opener.
    After the Panthers’ starters made a strong opening statement, the Baltimore Ravens rallied against the reserves to claim a 22-19 victory over the Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium.