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Today's Sports

  • Blaney to pilot third Penske car...

    The annual racing dominoes – NASCAR “Silly Season” is in full swing this week. 

    Some of the sport’s top drivers are leaving for new teams next season, some are staying put and others are looking for rides.

    Team Penske announced Wednesday that 23-year-old Ryan Blaney will join the organization as a fulltime driver.

    “This is a huge opportunity for me and my career,” said Blaney. “I’ve always enjoyed racing whatever car I was in and trying to win each and every race.”

  • Darlings win Series opener

    The Lancaster County Dixie Softball Darlings all-stars launched play in the World Series, rolling to an 11-0 win over Texas in the team's opener on Saturday.

    The Lancaster County Darlings stars, who are unbeaten in postseason play at 12-0, face the Georgia state champion today in Sumter.

    The Lancaster County Darlings stars of coach Gene Knight earned a World Series bid, winning the state championship in Dillon earlier this month.

  • Football wait is over

    Lancaster County prep football teams begin preseason practice today with all four schools set for workouts and conditioning.
    Lancaster High opened drills this morning, while three other county teams will hit the field this evening.
    Teams can’t practice in full gear until Aug. 2.
    The opening of the 2017 football season features two new head coaches, Horatio “HB” Blades at Indian Land High School and Todd Shigley at Andrew Jackson School.

  • USC’s Harris continues to shine...

    CIVIDALE DEL FRIULI, Italy – Gamecocks guard Tyasha Harris is making the most of her time on the floor in FIBA U19 World Cup play.
    Harris, a member of the National Champion women’s basketball team at the University of South Carolina dished out 10 assists in 21 minutes, as the United States topped Puerto Rico 104-46 Thursday in the quarter-final round.
    An in doing so, the Indiana native and rising USC sophomore set a new USA U19 single-game assist record.

  • Edwards, Honeycutt finish strong

    The duo of Dan Edwards and Larry Honeycutt topped a 16-team field to win the annual member-member golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday afternoon.
    The senior twosome combined for a 59 to notch a close win in the 18-hole tournament, which was played under sweltering conditions.
    Honeycutt and Edwards had a solid start, going five under par for the opening nine holes.
    “We hit a little snag starting the back nine, but rebounded and had a good finish,” Honey-cutt said. “We closed strong.”

  • Cochran first win at Lancaster...

    Saturday night was a long time coming for local dirt racer Eric Cochran.
    Cochran saw his long hours in the shop and struggles on the racetrack finally pay off at the pay window as he nabbed his first win at Lancaster Super Speedway.
    Cochran topped the field to take the checkers in Pure Stock V-8 Division feature at the half-mile dirt track.
    James Bennett finished second, followed by Joseph Cook, Wally Cook and James Thompson.
    Steve “Burn ’em Down” Hinson grabbed the Saturday night checkers in the Renegade Division main event.

  • Tigers’ Wilkins, Lawrence named...

    CLEMSON – Clemson University defensive tackles Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence have both been named to the 2017 Walter Camp National Player of the Year watch list.   
    Both were also named to the watch list for the Outland Trophy, which recognizes the top interior lineman in college football.
    Only nine defensive players were named to the Camp watch list and Clemson is the only school with two defensive players on it.
    Wilkins and Lawrence form one of the top defensive tackle combinations in college football.

  • Williams to run for Koalas

    Alexandria Williams, who ran track at Lancaster and Andrew Jackson high schools, has signed to run track at Columbia College.
    Williams, in her senior season at LHS, competed in the 100-meter dash, relay, long jump, high jump and 400-meter relay.
    She earned a bid to the Class AAAA state qualifier with a third-place finish in the region meet at York.
    The top eight qualifiers advance to the state qualifier. Williams was also a member of the winning 4 x 100 team at the KLS county track meet last spring.

  • New ILHS volleyball coach sets...

    Indian Land High School has hired a new head volleyball coach. Jim Seidel was recently named as the new coach after former coach Tillie Kerna resigned.
    Kerna resigned earlier this year to move back to Seattle, Wash., with her family. She was head coach at the high school for one year and coached at Indian Land Middle School for three years.

  • Rodman paces ILHS track awards

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School star distance runner Kaitlyn Rodman led the ILHS track awards for the 2017 season.
    Rodman, a freshman, paced the Lady Warriors’ honors, earning the girls team MVP. Rodman highlighted her season, winning the Class AAA girls 1600-meter run with an ILHS school record 5:16.90.
    In the Class AAA meet at Spring Valley High School at Pontiac, Rodman also smashed the school record with a third-place finish in the 3200 with an 11:44.10 showing. Rodman posted a sixth-place effort in the girls 800-meter run in 2:32.86.