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Today's Sports

  • Inman ousts Post 31 to advance

    Inman’s American Legion Post 45 swept Lancaster’s Post 31 this week in three straight games during the second round of the S.C. American Legion Upper State baseball playoffs.
    On Tuesday night in Lancaster, Inman shut down Lancaster for an 11-0 win.
    Then on Wednesday, Post 45 won a two-day rain-delayed deadlocked game, 5-4, on a single by Hunter Gneisig in the bottom of the 10th inning.
    Post 31 never got a chance to swing a bat in the delayed part of the contest, since Inman was the home team.

  • DISTRICT CHAMPS

    YORK – The Lancaster Dixie Baseball 14U Dixie Boys All Stars have punched their tickets to next week’s state tournament in Aiken.
    The local all-star team defeated the host York All Stars team, 15-0, in three innings of play Tuesday night to win the 2016 S.C. District 10 Dixie Boys championship.
    Good pitching still beats good hitting, but when both come together at once, watch out, said All Stars coach Jimmy Jackson.
    And the numbers do tell the story.

  • Speedway to host Crook Memorial...

    Michael Knight
    For The Lancaster News
    Lancaster Super Speedway will host the third-annual Ralph W. “Buddy” Crook Memorial on July 16.
    Known as one of the area’s most popular and respected dirt racers by fans and fellow drivers alike, Crook raced in several divisions, including hobby six cylinders, four cylinders at the high-banked, half-mile dirt track for more than three decades. He died in February 2014 after a battle with cancer and the memorial race is held in his honor.

  • Weather interrupts Post 31...

    INMAN – Mother Nature stepped into a 4-4 deadlock in the bottom of the 10th inning Monday night to postpone the opening game of the American Legion playoffs between Lancaster’s Post 31 and Inman’s Post 45.
    Lancaster built a lead, but Inman rallied and pushed through two runs in the ninth inning to tie the game.
    Post 31 hosted the second game of the best-of-five, second-round American Legion playoffs last night, but results were not available before press time.

  • 10U Dixie Angels bow out of...

    HARTSVILLE – The Lancaster 10U Dixie Softball Angels team won its opening game at Byerly Park before losing twice to be eliminated from the state tournament.
    After opening state play Saturday with a 7-1 win over host Hartsville, the Angels stars fell to Latta, 10-0, on Sunday. Dillon knocked the local girls from tourney play Monday with a solid, 6-0 win.
    Lancaster Angels coach Spring McManus said strong pitching was the difference.

  • All Stars fight for championship

    YORK – The Lancaster Dixie Baseball 14U Dixie Boys All Stars outscored and outpitched the Kershaw County American League All Star team, as well as host York, to take two lopsided weekend wins in the 2016 S.C. District 10 Dixie Boys tournament.
    In Saturday’s opening game, Lancaster topped the Kershaw stars 15-2.
    Sunday night’s game, the local Dixie Baseball team pounded York 28-0.
    The Lancaster stars were scheduled to face York again Tuesday night in the District 10 championship; however, those results were not available before press time.

  • Mangum, Knight put on Late Model...

    Timbo Mangum pulled away from Benji Knight to grab the checkers in SECA Crate Late Model action at Lancaster Super Speedway on July 9.
    The win was Mangum’s second of the night, as he also won the Vintage Division feature.  
    When the green flag dropped, Mangum, Knight, Manley Chaney and Travis Steele were all battling for the lead. Mangum was able to lead the four down the backstretch, with Knight in his tire tracks.

  • Gamecocks win first Certified...

    COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina won the first year of the Certified SC Grown Palmetto Series, an annual  points competition between the state’s flagship universities in head-to-head athletic events. Points were also awarded for highest team GPA and for a food drive tackling hunger in their communities.

  • CPTC has 16 headed to Junior...

    Columbus Parker Track Club has 16 athletes who have qualified to participate in the National AAU Jr. Olympics in Houston, Texas where the meet will be held July 30-Aug. 6.

    Following are the CPTC athletes headed to the AAU nationals.

    - 800 Meter Run – Jaden Alexander.

    - 1500M Racewalk – Emori Mitchell, Avery Alexander, Brenden Alexander and Jaleel Alexander.

  • LGC sets par-three tourney July...

    The Lancaster Golf Club will host a par-three golf tournament July 23 with a shotgun start at noon.

    The 18-hole tournament will feature cash prizes on each hole.