Today's Sports

  • Former Bruins basketball coach...

    Former Lancaster High School boys basketball coach Dwayne Hartsoe is staying in York County, but in a new locale.

    Hartsoe, a York native, is the new boys basketball coach and athletic director at Class AAA Fort Mill High School.

  • Buford trio signs to play at USCL

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster softball pipeline from the Buford High diamond to the Lancers’ program has added three links.

  • Memories of some early Easter...


    When Easter rolls around each year, a  central thought comes to mind. That’s early morning, often just before dawn.

    Of course, if you read the Bible and the glorious Easter story of the risen Christ, you know it was early morning, still dark, when Mary Magdalene visited the tomb and found He wasn’t there and had risen.

  • Jackets top Vols, net third

    The Buford Yellow Jackets captured third place in the Cheraw Braves Diamond Challenge with a third win over county rival Andrew Jackson on Tuesday afternoon in Cheraw.

    The Jackets, 14-3, rallied from a 1-0 deficit to take the 2-1 win behind the pitching of BHS senior Ricky Lewis.

  • BHS falls in semis



    Buford’s run for the Cheraw Spring Break softball tournament championship ended in the semifinals on Tuesday.

    Class A Chesterfield edged the Lady Jackets, 4-3 in six innings.

  • Warriors have high hopes for...



    The Indian Land Warriors are wrapping up regular season play in hopes of making a strong run in the Class AA Upper State playoffs this spring.

  • Lightning strikes gold in Hilton...

    The Palmetto Lightning girls 12-under basketball team captured the championship in the Hilton Head Takeover AAU tournament on April 9-10.

    The Lightning captured the crown with a 42-39 win over the SC 76ers in Hilton Head on April 10.

  • Track expects extra drivers

    Saturday action at Lancaster Motor Speedway promises a packed field of cars for dirt track racing at the half-mile oval.

    Some new drivers are expected with an area track not scheduled to run this weekend.

    Young fans will be treated to a visit from the Easter Bunny.

  • Bruins Challenge Champs

    The Lancaster Bruins met the challenge, taking the championship in the Braves Diamond Challenge on Tuesday afternoon at Cheraw High School.

    Lancaster, 2-0 in pool play with wins over Buford and tourney host Cheraw, defeated Wilson Hall of Sumter, 5-1 to capture the crown and even its overall mark at 10-10 on the season.

  • Lady Bruins split two in Spring...

    Lancaster held on to take a 5-4 win over Cheraw in pool play on Monday night in the Cheraw Spring Break softball tournament.