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INDIAN LAND – The 2011 Indian Land High School football season is going about as well as could be expected for Warriors’ senior lineman Marc Morris.
The USC Lancaster Lancers women’s soccer program earned some long-sought revenge Wednesday.
The NDRA GM Performance Late Models headline action at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
A week ago, Ron “Tha Bull” Parker came away with the NDRA Dirt Wars win and the $3,000 payday. Local track standout Steve Banal was second.
RICHBURG – Six Lancaster County football standouts – three each from Lancaster and Andrew Jackson high schools – were honored at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Credit Union Tri-County Football Coaches Association.
The Lancaster High tennis team, led by first-year coach Emelyn Plaza, is off to a 4-0 start in what could be considered a rebuilding season.
The Lady Bruins lost five seniors, four who played in the top seven last season.
Hank Taylor posted his first career win at Lancaster Motor Speedway to highlight action at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
WHITMIRE – Indian Land’s high-scoring attack hit the road for the second time in three weeks and rolled to the Warriors’ third straight win.
Indian Land, rated No. 9 in the latest Class AA state football poll, ignited for a 41-6 halftime lead on the way to a 48-6 victory over winless Whitmire.
The Lancaster Bruins, much like an aroused bear, came to life in a hurry to score 20 points on the way to a 40-6 win over Buford at Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
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