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Today's Sports

  • Vols Keenan Classic champs

    The Andrew Jackson High School golf team reached one of its season’s goal to open the 2016 campaign.
    The Volunteers shot a 306 to win the second annual Keenan Classic at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday afternoon.
    The Vols were led by senior Logan Sowell, who posted a 68 (33-35) to earn medalist honors. Sowell has signed to play golf at the College of Charleston. Sowell, in the first Keenan Classic last March, shot a 74 to earn medalist honors.

  • Bruins runners-up in field

    Lancaster finished as the runner-up in the Comporium Preseason Invitational, rallying for a 5-4 win over host Buford in eighth innings Saturday night at Buford Park.
    Lancaster, down 4-1 in the top of the seventh, rallied to tie the game at 4-all and then added a go-ahead run in the eighth to take the one-run win.
    Jamias Shropshire, who opened the inning with a walk, scored on an error after the Bruins loaded the bases in the eighth.

  • Lady Vols win Preseason tourney

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers capped a comeback run to win the Preseason Softball tournament at Buford High School on Saturday afternoon.
    The Lady Vols, who dropped a 6-2 loss to Lancaster to open the tournament Feb. 29, rebounded to post four straight wins, including a 2-0 victory over tourney host Buford High School in the title game.
    Morgan Hendrix, who won three tourney games, hurled the shutout with nine strikeouts. She allowed four hits and three walks.
    Rylee Sims sparked the AJ offense with a RBI-double.

  • Mills, Teague to swim in Eastern...

    Makenzy Mills and Taylor Teague, two Lancaster County seventh graders, are headed to the 2016 USA Swimming  Eastern Section Southern Zone Age Group Championships in Atlanta, Ga. March 11-13.
    The swimmers compete for Ms. Anne Small at the USC-Lancaster extension of the Upper Palmetto YMCA Stingrays.
    On Feb. 12-15, the duo competed in the USA Swimming S.C. State Competition in Greenville.

  • Former ILHS hoops star commits...

    The University of South Carolina men’s basketball program appears to be in
    line for another Lancaster County hoops connection.
    Former Indian Land High School basketball star Rakym Felder has given the
    Gamecocks a verbal pledge to sign with USC during the spring signing
    period next month.
    Felder, according to reports Sunday night, has given Gamecocks men’s
    basketball coach Frank Martin an oral commitment to sign with USC in
    April.
    Felder played one season at the Lancaster County Class AA high school

  • Bruins salute winter stars

    A winter sports season of its share of bright moments was spotlighted at the annual Lancaster High School winter sports awards in the LHS auditorium on Thursday night.

    Bruins athletes in basketball, wrestling and those who led the cheers drew the blue and gold spotlight at the event sponsored by the LHS Booster Club.

  • County quartet set for North-...

    Lancaster County will have its share of  hardwood representation at the annual North-South All-Star basketball games at Lexington High School on March 19.

    A trio of Lancaster High School girls basketball team members – head coach Ronnie Robinson along with ace senior players Malia Rivers and Keyotta Garris – will participate for the North team in the North-South All-Star girls game.

  • LHS Bruins booters blank Jackets

    The Lancaster Bruins’ boys soccer team got on track in a big way, notching a 7-0 win over county foe Buford High School at Memorial Stadium on Friday night.

    The Bruins, 1-2 on the season, forged a 4-0 halftime lead on the way to the home victory.

    Tyler Deese, Alex Quevedo, Zeke Williams, Garrett Watts, Christian Diaz and Jonathan Monsalvo each tallied a goal for the Bruins. Lancaster also was the recipient of an own goal.

    Monsalvo had four assists for the Bruins.

  • Edgewater earns elite links...

    Edgewater Golf Course has recently received notable links accolades.

    Edgewater, located in southern Lancaster County, was recently honored by Golf Advisor Magazine.

    Edgewater, a Bruce Brodsky course built in 2008, was recognized as being the No. 6 course in the country for best value out of 15,000 courses.

  • County trio set for North-South...

    A trio of Lancaster County ace high school wrestlers are set to compete in the annual North-South All-Star wrestling tournament this weekend at North Myrtle Beach High School.
    The three star grapplers include Buford High School senior mat standouts Nick Jones and Scotti Moser along with Indian Land High School’s  Will Van Hoose.
    Each wrestler is coming off a stellar showing in the Class A-AA state wrestling tournament at the Anderson Civic Center in Anderson last weekend.