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Today's Sports

  • Warriors net road wins over Caps

    Indian Land made the most of a Region III-AAA road trip to Columbia High School on Tuesday night when the Warriors notched a sweep of the host Capitals.
    The Indian Land girls avenged their lone loss of the Region III-AAA season, taking a 50-41 win over Columbia High.
    The IL boys capped the sweep with a 62-61 win over CHS.
    In the opener, the CHS Lady Caps led 12-7 after one period, but Indian Land began to launch its comeback in the second period when it outscored Columbia, 10-4 to take a 17-16 halftime lead.

  • County wrestling teams set for...

    Lancaster County prep wrestling teams will compete in the state playoffs which are scheduled to open Saturday.
    Lancaster High School,  in the Class AAAA Upstate playoffs, is slated to visit Belton-Honea Path.
    Lancaster is seeded fourth from its region, while BHP is a top seed.
    In the Class AAA Upper State playoffs, Indian Land, the second seed from its region, is scheduled to visit Emerald High School of Greenwood to face Mid-Carolina High of Prosperity.
    Indian Land, 21-5, is seeded second in the bracket, while Mid-Carolina is a third seed.

  • Bruins bound for next level

    Five Lancaster High School football players booked their college futures in the packed LHS media center Wednesday morning, national signing day for college football prospects.
    The Bruins’ quality quintet included running back Farrika Grier (S.C. State), Desmond Ricks (Hampton University), Ant Foster (Newberry College), Cordarius “Tee” Tinsley (Limestone College) and Houston Brantley (Wingate University).
    u Grier said his SCSU official visit sold him on the Bulldogs.

  • Stingers place in tourney

    The Buford Stingers Wrestling Club had four youth wrestlers place in the recent tournament at Buford High School.
    Gavin Laney captured a first to lead the Stingers effort. Maddox Hunter and Mason Knight each finished second in their weight classes.
    Ashton Gardner was third in the tournament.
    The Stingers Wrestling Club is open to wrestlers, ages 5-12, from Buford, Heath Springs, Kershaw and Lancaster.
    If your child is interested, please contact Scott Teague at (803) 342-3647 or carolinacutters71@gmail.com

  • Milasauskas leads IL Upstate mat...

    The Indian Land Warriors wrestling team qualified 14 wrestlers for the Class AAA Upper State tournament, led by five ILHS grapplers who won region championships Saturday.
    ILHS Chad Milasauskas, 32-0, won the 126-pound class and was also named the Region IV-AAA Wrestler of the Year as voted on by the region coaches.
    In addition to Milasauskas, the region champions were Austin Ross (106), Juan Alejandro (113), Kyle Daley (145) and Wesley Johnson (152).

  • Cheraw wins Region IV-AA...

    Cheraw went unbeaten at 4-0 to capture the Region IV-AA wrestling championship at Andrew Jackson High School on Saturday.
    The Braves posted wins over North Central, Andrew Jackson. Buford and Chesterfield to capture the team title.
    North Central, which went 3-1, was second followed by AJ, which posted a 2-2 mark, Buford, 1-3, and Chesterfield, which was 0-4 for the day.
    Host AJ highlighted its day with a 42-36 win over Buford, avenging an earlier loss to the Jackets.

  • Lady Bruins rally for win over...

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins rallied late to net a road win and an eventual split with Region III-AAAA foe York on Friday night.
    The LHS girls, 6-8, 3-3, trailed for most of the game, but came on strong in the final quarter to take the 44-35 road win.
    Lancaster, down 33-32 going to the final period, picked up the pace to outscore the Lady Cougars for the nine-point win.

  • Volunteers hold on for split

    CHERAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers split a pair of Region IV-AA basketball games with the Cheraw High School Braves in Cheraw on Friday night.
    The AJ boys won a hard-fought game, 67-63. The Lady Vols dropped a close 48-45 loss.
    The Volunteers, in the nightcap, hit the floor running against the Cheraw Braves. The fast-paced game saw the teams trade the lead several times.
    AJ Dontarius James and Kadarius Kirkland broke the ball down court several times for points.

  • ILMS wins state crown

    The Indian Land Middle School wrestling team capped a banner season with a 10-1 record and the school’s first-ever middle school state championship at the Carolina Invitational Middle School state tournament at Lexington High School on Jan. 21.

    The ILMS Warriors topped a 75-team field with 134.5 points and an individual state crown in the 82-pound weight class.

  • S.C. Baseball Coaches Hall to...

    Lancaster native Bennie McMurray, who built prep baseball powerhouse teams at Lewisville and Buford high schools, has been selected as a 2017 inductee for the S.C. Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

    McMurray, who won 419 games as a high school baseball coach at three different schools, will be inducted along with the late Strother Sligh (Irmo High School), Jerry Stoots (Stall High School of Charleston) and Forrest “Whitey” Kendall of Parker High School in Greenville.