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Today's Sports

  • BHS closing in on crown

    DILLON – Buford High School softball is a win away from Lady Jackets’ diamond heyday.
    Class AA Upper State champion Buford, 23-4, launched its quest for a state championship, taking a 3-0 win over Lower State champion Dillon on Monday at the DHS softball field.
    BHS, unbeaten in the playoffs with seven straight shutouts, closed in on the coveted state title with the three-run win over the Lady Wildcats, who fell to 21-7.

  • Steele strong in capturing SECA...

    Chis Steele captured the SECA Crate Late Model win to highlight action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    Steele and Ted McDaniel were on the front row, and when the green flag fell, it was Steele, McDaniel, Benji Knight and Manley Chaney battling for the lead entering turn one.
    A caution in turns one and two and resulted in a restart. When the race restarted, it was Steele, McDaniel, Knight and Chaney battling for the lead.

  • ‘We played our hearts out’

    IRMO – As the state runner-up Indian Land Warriors received their silver medals at Irmo High’s W.C. Hawkins Stadium on Friday night, proud IL soccer supporters found the silver lining for the royal blue and Vegas gold faithful.
    Indian Land, for the fifth straight season, finished as the state runner-up in the Class AA state title soccer match, falling to Lower State champion Bishop England 4-1.
    Senior captain Garrett Gerdes had mixed emotions over the loss.

  • Lady Jackets need one more win...

    Buford needs one to be No. 1 on the Class AA softball diamond.
    The BHS Lady Jackets are a game away from a state softball crown after taking a 3-0 win over host Dillon in the Class AA state title series opener Monday ngiht.
    Buford scored three runs in the top of the sixth on two hits.
    BHS hurler Sydney Sullivan, who struck out nine and allowed one hit, held the Lady Wildcats the rest of the way to seal the win, Buford's seventh straight postseason shutout.

  • Buford faces Dillon for Class AA...

    The Dillon Lady Wildcats clawed back to win the Class AA Lower State softball championship with an exciting 4-3 win over Johnsonville on Saturday at the DHS field.

    Dillon, 21-5, advances to face Class AA Upper State champion Buford for the state softball crown in a best-of-three series.

    Game one in the series is at Dillon on Monday at 6:30 p.m., with game two set for Wednesday at BHS. Game three, if needed, will be played at a neutral site Friday.

  • IL Warriors fall to Bishop...

    Bishop England snapped a scoreless halftime with two goals in the second half to spark the Lower State champion Bishops to a 4-1 win over five-time Upstate champion Indian Land in the Class AA state title soccer match last night at W.C. Hawkins Stadium at Irmo High School.

    Bishop England forged a 3-0 lead before the Warriors scored on a Garrett Gerdes penalty kick.

  • Johnson signs to play for Wolves

    Newberry College picked up a big signee on May 6 when Lancaster High School star football player Lewis Johnson signed with the Wolves.
    Johnson, a 6-3, 230-pounder, made his decision official in the LHS conference room, signing with the South Atlantic Conference member.
    “I like the school and I feel I will fit in well there,” he said. “I’m glad I have the opportunity to go there and play.”
    Johnson, a two-sport performer for the Bruins, played football and basketball.

  • Bruins golfers 5th in Upstate,...

    The Lancaster Bruins, paced by junior links standout Brady Hinkle, are headed to the Class AAA state golf tournament.
    The Bruins, the back-to-back Region III-AAA champions, placed fifth in the Class AAA Upper State tournament at Seneca’s Cross Creek Plantation on Monday. The Bruins, led by Hinkle’s 72, shot a 328 as a team.
    Hinkle was second overall, while Chapman’s Jacob Bridgeman was the Class AAA Upstate medalist with a 67.

  • Warriors Upstate champs

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High’s comeback soccer ways have the Warriors going for the Class AA state title for the fifth consecutive season.
    The Warriors, who rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit against scrappy Powdersville, charged back for two second-half goals to win the Class AA Upper State soccer crown for the fifth straight season at IL’s Reservation on Tuesday night.
    The Warriors, 17-5, face Lower State champion Bishop England, 22-2, for the Class AA state soccer title tonight at 7 at Irmo High School’s W.C. Hawkins Stadium.

  • Kids winners in Fore the Kids...

    The real winners in the sixth annual Fore the Kids Golf Tournament were the children in the Lancaster community.
    Kicking off the 2016 tournament, chairperson Marshall Benson began with prayer, thanking God for providing the volunteers, churches, schools and supporters during the past year.
    Benson said over 1,000 area children heard the good news of Christ’s salvation and 53 accepted Christ as their savior.
    Many families were strengthened in a positive manner, Benson said.