Today's Sports

  • County prep basketball regular...


    The 2013-14 Lancaster County high school basketball regular season caps play Monday, Feb. 17.

  • Gamecock Club sets spring...


    The Lancaster County Gamecock Club’s spring meeting is Thursday, April 3 in the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Bradley Building.

    A shrimp boil will be served at 6 p.m. and the program will follow.

  • NJCAA tabs Wallace


    SPARTANBURG – The NJCAA Baseball Coaches Association has announced its 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame class and Spartanburg Methodist College’s Tim Wallace is one of four inductees.

  • Storm resets prep play


    The impact of the latest winter storm has put an impact on regular-season ending games slated for Friday, Feb. 14.

    Since the Lancaster County School District closed schools for the third straight day, games for Friday, Feb. 14, were reset for Monday, Feb. 17.

  • Lancers go 1-2 with Knights


    Middle Georgia State College took two of three baseball games from the University of South Carolina Lancaster over the weekend, Feb. 8-9.

    On Saturday, the Lancers split a twin bill with Middle Georgia, winning the opener, 9-8 before dropping the nightcap, 8-3.

  • AJ King to play at Saint...


    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior football standout Tray King noted several reasons for signing with Saint Augustine College, including the chance to play off the bat.

  • Jackets swarm Rams in 76-52 win


    The Buford Yellow Jackets clicked on the hardwood Monday, Feb. 10 when the BHS boys blitzed the Chesterfield Rams, 76-52 in Region IV-AA basketball play.

    The Jackets’ 24-point win gave Buford a split after the Lady Jackets dropped a 35-23 loss to the CHS girls.

  • IL wrestlers strong in A-AA...


    The Indian Land wrestling team produced a strong run in the Class A-AA Upper State duals tournament before falling to eventual Class A-AA Upper State champion Liberty, 43-28 at Powdersville High School in Greenville on Saturday, Feb. 8.

  • Warriors net region title


    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land’s senior night was special for more than a salute to the final-year players Monday, Feb. 10.

  • Coach Few helped KHS Eagles soar



    Kershaw High School, which closed in 1969 to become what is now Andrew Jackson High, is part of the past, but there’s a solid wager KHS and its storied football program under legendary coach Bill Few have been part of many memories and conversations in the last few days.