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Today's Sports

  • Thornwell youth hoops camp set...

    The first Sindarius Thornwell youth basketball camp is Saturday for youngsters, ages kindergarten to high school seniors.

    The camp for grades kindergarten, age 5, to third graders is 9 a.m. to noon at the Lancaster Recreation Department, 260 South Plantation Road.

    The camp, for grades fourth to high school seniors, is 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 in the Lancaster High School gym, 617 Normandy Road.

    The cost is $35 per person

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models...

    The Outlaws are coming again.

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models are returning to Lancaster Super Speedway to highlight racing action Saturday night.

    The BROLM Series has produced some of the largest car counts this season at every track it has visited, with an average car count between 20-24 cars at every series race.

    The BROLM Series consists of Super Late Models, Limited Late Models, 525s and 604 Crate Late Models. The series rules help every Late Model have a chance at capturing a win.

  • Swimmers looking to continue...

    The 2017 Lancaster High School swim team has high hopes for the fall season.

    The LHS team, which draws swimmers from the four county high schools and three county middle schools, returns a host of experienced performers from last season.

    LHS, 7-1 last season, returns 13 girls and nine boys from a team which fashioned top 10 showings at the Class AAAA state meet.

    The LHS girls were seventh in the 22-team state field, while the boys were ninth out of 22 teams.

  • Locklear big in Warriors’ hopes

    INDIAN LAND – An opening game loss to county rival Lancaster High School hasn't tempered Warriors’ senior offensive lineman Jake Locklear's hopes for the 2017 ILHS football team.

    "I think we're going to be good," Locklear said.

    Locklear, in his fourth season as a Warriors offensive line starter, said the 2017 team is different.

  • IL’s Michael Csuhta honored

    FORT MILL – Indian Land High School offensive lineman Michael Csuhta was the lone Lancaster County player to earn recognition at the first meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday at the Towne Taven in Fort Mill.

    Csuhta, in his first varsity start, graded 89 percent in the Warriors’ 21-7 loss to Lancaster on Friday night at Buford High School.

    Lewisville High School, which defeated Andrew Jackson, 30-6 in Richburg to open the season, had three winners among the Class AAA, AA and A schools.

  • Catoe, Sistare doubling their...

    Singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper sang “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” and last week in the 2017 debut of The Lancaster News Pigskin Picks, two girls – Lori Sistare “Bright” and Mandy Catoe had their share of fun.

    Sistare, TLN’s advertising team sales leader, and correspondent Catoe launched the season laughing all the way to the top spot.

    Each gal went a glowing 15-5 to open the new Picks season.

  • Mangum wins in SECA Crate Late...

    Timbo Mangun captured his fifth win in the first of two SECA Crate Late Model races at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    Mangum took the win in dominating fashion in the 12-car field.

    In the second SECA Crate Late Model race Saturday night, Kelly Fegter, a Mount Ulla, N.C., driver in his first visit to LSS, took the checkers. Dillon Brown protested Fegter on tires. Fegter is a frabricator with Joe Gibbs Racing.

    With the protest results on tire samples, the winner will be determined later this week.

  • Jim Seidel resigns at ILHS...

    First-year Indian Land High School volleyball coach Jim Seidel has resigned as the school’s varsity volleyball coach.

    Seidel’s resignation came before the Lady Warriors played a match on the 2017 regular season.

    “Mr. Jim Seidel has informed us that he has stepped down as the varsity girls' volleyball coach,” ILHS principal David Shamble said in a statement.

  • Warriors go undefeated in Bear...

    BUFORD – Indian Land went unbeaten in the sixth annual Bear Hug Brawl, the junior varsity football jamboree, at Buford High School, on Saturday.

    The Junior Warriors posted a win and battled to a tie in their action at the event held in memory of Seth Muennich, the Buford High junior varsity football player who was killed in an auto accident near BHS in 2011.

    Indian Land battled Andrew Jackson to a tie and the ILHS jayvees took a win over Lancaster.

  • Evans wins Junior Azalea...

    Baylee Evans saved her best for last to capture a prestigious junior golf tournament.

    Evans, playing in her final junior tournament this summer, captured the Beth Daniel Junior Azalea golf tournament for the girls 13-18 age division at the Country Club of Charleston last week.

    Beth Daniel, a Charleston native, played on the LPGA Tour and won 33 events, including one major championship. She is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.

    Evans, an all-state golfer who also plays for the Lancaster High School boys team, is a LHS senior.