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Today's Sports

  • Adjustment key in IL’s Mackey’s...

    INDIAN LAND – Football is about making key adjustments at any time, and no player knows that fact better than Indian Land High School senior receiver Dillon Mackey.
    A year ago, Mackey was the IL quarterback, but in his senior season, the 6-1, 180-pounder was in a battle to again lead the Warriors’ offense.
    During the preseason, Mackey lost the job as the Warriors’ top QB. When he received the news from IL head coach Mike Mayer, Mackey quickly looked for another way to contribute.

  • Buford’s Upstate champ

    Buford High School volleyball coach Taylor Roberts had an early inkling about the Lady Jackets’ Class AA Upper State championship volleyball win over Landrum.
    BHS, 21-2, launched the 3-0 victory – its fourth consecutive playoff court sweep – with a business-like 25-20 victory over the LHS Lady Cardinals, and Roberts was confident what the Buford girls could achieve Tuesday night, Nov. 10.
    “That first set was vital,” Roberts said. “We came in and got up. They proved to themselves they could do it.

  • Speedway slates awards Saturday...

    Lancaster Super Speedway will celebrate its 61st season with the annual LSS awards night Saturday, Nov. 14.
    Recognition and awards will be presented to the top five finishers in each division. The awards presentation begins at 2 p.m. in the pits on victory lane stage.
    The entry is through the pit gate ticket booth area. The grandstands are closed. Admission is free.
    Drivers are invited to bring their car for pictures, if they choose.

  • IL’s Sizemore third in AA state...

    The Indian Land High School Lady Warriors cross country team posted a landmark effort at the S.C. High School League state championship meet in Columbia on Saturday, Nov. 7.
    The Lady Warriors recorded their highest finish ever – fourth overall – for the IL girls team at the Class AA girls state meet.
    Seventh-grader Lauren Sizemore led the Indian Land High girls with a third-place overall effort in a time of 20:08.
    Sizemore’s effort, with a 6:29 pace, earned her Class AA all-state honors.

  • Trio focusing on Friday

    Three Lancaster County high school football teams are looking to the “second season.”
    Lancaster, Buford and Indian Land are focusing on the high school football playoffs, which open Friday, Nov. 13.
    All games kick off at 7:30 p.m.
    Lancaster, the lone county team in the host role, will face 6-4 Wren High of Piedmont in Memorial Stadium.
    Buford and Indian Land will be on the road for opening round play.  BHS treks to Abbeville for a first-round game in the Class AA Upper State Div. II playoffs.

  • LHS’s Collins, Foster, Watts...

    RICHBURG – Lancaster High School swept the Division II season honors at the final meeting of the 2015 Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg.
    Bruins’ second-year head coach Bobby Collins earned the Div. II Coach of the Year for the second straight season.

  • Sumter Speedway hosts Topless...

    Sumter Speedway in Sumter will host the the Topless Turkey Day race Saturday night, Nov. 14.
    This popular race has become one of the biggest draws in South Carolina racing.
    Drivers, from across the state, including Lancaster campaigners, look forward to attending and competing in this race each season.
    Divisions running include  the Outlaw Late Models, paying $1,000 to win (Limiteds, 525 and Crates combined).

  • Buford battles Landrum

    The Buford High School volleyball team hopes its home-court edge continues one more round as the Lady Jackets host Landrum High for the Class AA Upper State championship on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m.
    The Lady Jackets, 20-2, have posted three straight postseason wins – all by 3-0 sweeps – to earn the right to face the LHS Lady Cardinals for the chance to move to the Class AA state title match.
    Buford, the Region IV-AA champion, disposed of Keenan High School of Columbia on Tuesday, Nov. 3 to advance to face Landrum.

  • Big Thursday bragging rights at...

    The links streak will be on the line Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Lancaster Golf Club.
    The team of University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers and USC Gamecock golfers will be out to pad their string of golf triumphs in the 14th annual Big Thursday golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club.
    A year ago, the Gamecocks and Lancers teamed for an 8.5-7.5 win over the Clemson golfers at the LGC.

  • Former LHS Bruins in USC hoops...

    Lancaster High School will have a solid hoops presence at the University of South Carolina men’s basketball exhibition today, Sunday, with Allen University in USC’s Colonial Life Arena.
    Two former Bruins’ players will be competing on each side, with junior Avery Harris playing for Allen and junior Sindarius Thornwell playing for USC in the game, which tips off at 4 p.m.
    Admission is free.