Today's Sports

  • Martial Arts tourney awards...

    The 42th Annual Universal Martial Arts Championship continued in the excellence of the event’s solid past.

    The tournament, promoted by Hanshi James White and the Universal Karate Studios, is regarded as a fun-packed and exciting event.

  • Veterans boost AJ softball

    The Andrew Jackson High School Lady Volunteers sport nine returnees from the 2015 state runner-up softball team and solid hope for the new season.

    AJ, with new leadership in coach Jason Crawford following the retirement of longtime AJ coach Steve Middleton, will bid to continue its competitive streak.

    A year ago the Lady Vols posted a 27-8 record on the way to the Class AA Upper State title.

    Crawford is confident the Lady Vols can continue their diamond shine.

  • County quartet set for North-...

    A trio of Lancaster County high school star basketball players will cap their prep hoops careers in the 68th annual North-South All-Star basketball games at Lexington High School on Saturday afternoon.
    The girls game is at 1 p.m., with the boys game to tip at 3.
    Lancaster High Lady Bruins’ senior aces Malia Rivers and Keyotta Garris will play for the North girls team.
    Indian Land Quantra Taylor, a 6-8, 240-pounder who has signed to play at Wingate University, will play for the North boys.

  • Lady Bruins down CHS Devils

    Lancaster upped its region mark to 2-1 with a 7-4 home win over Clinton High School on Tuesday night at the LHS softball field.
    Gracie Revels led the Lancaster attack with three hits and scored a run. Tomeshiona Jackson rapped two hits and had three RBIs. Summer Clinton supplied two hits, two RBIs and scored twice.
    Jada Ames had a hit, RBI, scored two runs and a sacrifice fly.
    Alexus Lowery drilled a hit, scored a run and drew a walk.
    Winning pitcher Ariana Ealy had a hit and tallied a run to boost LHS.

  • Returnees key in LHS softball...

    The 2016 Lancaster High School Lady Bruins sport no seniors on the LHS softball squad, but they have their share of experience for sixth-year head coach Kim Perry.
    The LHS girls, who went 17-8 last spring and finished as the Class AAA Upper State runners-up, return experience at nearly every position this spring.
    Perry has eight returnees to the LHS squad this season.

  • Yellow Jackets rally to edge CHS...

    Buford rallied for a single run in the sixth inning to take a 3-2 road win over Chesterfield and remain unbeaten in Region IV-AA baseball play at 4-0.
    The Jackets, 5-3 overall, snapped a 2-all draw as Austin Caskey’s RBI-single scored what proved to be the winning run in the top of the sixth.
    Caskey led the Buford offense with two hits and a RBI.
    BHS hurler Eric Miles, 2-0, posted the win, allowing two runs, a walk and three hits. Miles struck out six Rams.
    Miles backed his cause with a hit Wednesday night at CHS.

  • Lady Warriors top Bruins

    Indian Land blanked Class AAA county rival Lancaster High School, 6-0 at Memorial Stadium on Wednesday to stay unbeaten on the season.
    The Lady Warriors, rated third in Class AA girls, forged a 4-0 halftime lead to post their second win over the Lady Bruins this season.
    IL downed Lancaster, 7-0 in the Lugoff-Elgin Kickoff Classic at Lugoff-Elgin High School last month when the Lady Warriors won the girls preseason soccer tournament.
    Katherine Kilroy scored two goals to lead the 10-0 Lady Warriors on Wednesday night.

  • Super Late Models highlight...

    The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series highlights the inaugural Palmetto State Championship at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    The Super Late Model Series winner earns $5,000 with the checkers.
    The LSS racing card includes the Super Stock, SECA Crate Sportsman and Renegades paying $1,000 to win each division. The Extreme 4 Division pays $500 for the win.

  • AJ booters rebound at Lewisville

    The Andrew Jackson High boys soccer team rebounded from its 3-2 loss to Buford High on Friday, taking a 4-1 win over Class A foe Lewisville High School on Monday night
    The Vols wasted little time gaining the upper hand. It took only eight minutes for AJ to take a 1-0 lead with a goal by Mason McKittrick.
    Four minutes later, Jared Truesdale put the Vols up 2-0.
    At the 24-minute mark, Bryce Phillps scored again for AJ to make it 3-0.

  • Bruins pound Vols, 11-2

    The Lancaster Bruins, in impressive fashion, pushed their record to 6-1 with an 11-2 win over county rival Andrew Jackson at the LHS baseball field on Monday night.
    Bruins’ hurlers Brandon Bowers and Austin Catoe combined on a seven-hitter, with Bowers notching the win.
    Bowers, 1-0, yielded a hit, a run and a walk in three innings of work. He struck out one.
    Catoe hurled the final four frames for the save, allowing six hits and a run. He fanned three batters.
    Lancaster backed its hurlers with a 14-hit attack in the nine-run win.