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Today's Sports

  • Williams to next level with...

     

    Lancaster native Matt Williams is moving to the next level.

    Williams, who served as pitching coach at junior college baseball power Spartanburg Methodist for eight seasons, is the new pitching coach at UNC Wilmington.

  • LSS hosts M&M Garage Muffler...

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway will host the M&M Garage Muffler and Tire Extreme 4 Showdown with $800 to win on the line.

    This division has been one of the most exciting divisions this season at the half-mile, with Mel Privette and David Laney leading the way with four checkers each.

  • ‘One for the old guys’

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    Experience was the winner in the annual Lancaster Golf Club championship on Sunday, Aug. 11.
    “This one is for the old guys,” said an exuberant Mike “Red Man” Kennington just after he captured the LGC title with a one-under 143 (71-72) in the two-day, 36-hole event.

  • Results mixed in early scrimmages

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    County coaches are hoping for better results as their teams battle in their second scrimmages this week.
    Coaches at Buford, Andrew Jackson and Indian Land noted mixed results in their first scrimmages.
    “We did some things well and then we have some areas we need to work on,” AJ coach David Moore said. “We have our share of youth and we know we’re going to have to grow up fast.”
    AJ visited Lee Central of Bishopville to play the Stallions at Keenan High School.

  • Rain halts, but doesn’t stop race

    Michael Knight
    For The Lancaster News
    Brandy Baker and Timbo Mangum were in the front row in the Montgomery Towing Super Street main event Saturday night, Aug. 10, at the Lancaster Super Speedway.
    When the green flag dropped Baker, Mangum, Walter Cook and Joey Engelbrecht all roared into turn one battling for the lead. The huge crowd stood as leader Mangum exited turn 2 and completed lap one.
    As the laps ticked off it was Mangum in the lead followed by Baker and then Baker’s son, Andrew Baker.

  • ‘One for the old guys’

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    Experience was the winner in the annual Lancaster Golf Club championship on Sunday, Aug. 11.
    “This one is for the old guys,” said an exuberant Mike “Red Man” Kennington just after he captured the LGC title with a one-under 143 (71-72) in the two-day, 36-hole event.

  • Results mixed in early scrimmages

    Robert Howey
    rhowey@thelancasternews.com
    County coaches are hoping for better results as their teams battle in their second scrimmages this week.
    Coaches at Buford, Andrew Jackson and Indian Land noted mixed results in their first scrimmages.
    “We did some things well and then we have some areas we need to work on,” AJ coach David Moore said. “We have our share of youth and we know we’re going to have to grow up fast.”
    AJ visited Lee Central of Bishopville to play the Stallions at Keenan High School.

  • Rain halts, but doesn’t stop race

    Michael Knight
    For The Lancaster News
    Brandy Baker and Timbo Mangum were in the front row in the Montgomery Towing Super Street main event Saturday night, Aug. 10, at the Lancaster Super Speedway.
    When the green flag dropped Baker, Mangum, Walter Cook and Joey Engelbrecht all roared into turn one battling for the lead. The huge crowd stood as leader Mangum exited turn 2 and completed lap one.
    As the laps ticked off it was Mangum in the lead followed by Baker and then Baker’s son, Andrew Baker.

  • Realignment impacts Chester...

     CHESTER – When the new South Carolina High School League realignment plan takes affect in 2014, the athletic schedules of the Chester Cyclones will look radically different, while Great Falls and Lewisville will hardly realize realignment has taken place at all.

  • LHS moving to AAA

     

    The 2014-15 school term will be a landmark point in Lancaster High School athletic history.

    LHS, for the first time ever, will not be in the state’s largest classification for interscholastic competition.