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Today's Sports

  • Lady Bruins’ hopes are high for...

    Robert Howey
    For The Lancaster News
    Hopes are high for the 2012 Lancaster Hgh School Lady Bruins softball season.
    The LHS girls, under the leadership of second-year head coach Kim Perry, return four all-region players from a squad, which went 12-9 and was the district runner-up and also finished as the region runner-up.
    “We’ve been working hard since November,” said Perry, who earned the Region III-AAAA softball coach of the year last season.  “We have a positive feeling about our new season.

  • Bruins stay unbeaten with 8-5...

     

       

    The Lancaster Bruins stayed unbeaten in the Comporium Preseason Baseball tournament, taking an 8-5 win over Andrew Jackson on Tuesday night at the Volunteers’ field.

  • Truesdale leads honorees

     

       

    INDIAN LAND – State wrestling champion Rondreas Truesdale led the honorees at the annul Indian Land High School winter sports awards night Wednesday in the ILHS gym.

  • Devils battle Flashes for 10th...

     

       

    Johnsonville High School coach Harris Avant knows Great Falls is accustomed to making trips to the state basketball finals.

  • Bruins, Vols, Warriors post wins...

     

       

    Lancaster, Andrew Jackson and Indian Land were the opening day winners in the second annual Comporium Preseason Baseball tournament at Buford Park on Saturday.

  • Junior Lady Jackets capture...

    The Buford High School Junior Lady Jackets captured the Lancaster County Classic junior varsity softball tournament at BHS on Saturday.

    Buford defeated Central of Pageland 4-0 and Lancaster 7-0 in pool play. The Junior Lady Jackets then defeated Nation Ford 10-4 in bracket play, then Central 12-0.

  • Truesdale's mat champ

    Indian Land High School star athlete Rondreas Truesdale produced Warriors’ history with a coveted state wrestling championship Saturday afternoon at the Anderson Civic Center.

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  • Warriors top Bruins for Rose...

     

       

    The Indian Land Warriors’ soccer team had a golden moment in capturing their second straight Rose City tournament championship Saturday at IL’s Reservation.

  • Warriors net finals berth

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
     INDIAN LAND – Fifth-ranked Indian Land earned a bid to the finals of the Rose City soccer tournament with a pair of wins at IL’s Warrior Stadium.
    IL made the most of a first half goal in a 1-0 win over Lancaster on Thursday and then downed Buford 5-2.
    The Warriors, the Class AA Upper State runner-up last season, built a 5-1 lead on the way to the victory over the Jackets on Friday night.