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Today's Sports

  • Tigers, Gamecocks offer thrills...

    Call it Palmetto excitement.

  • Crown returning to LMS

    The second annual Carolina Crown is set for three exciting days and back by popular demand on March 28-30 at Lancaster Motor Speedway.

    The inaugural event had five different leaders and 15 different lead changes and as the checkered flag dropped on Lap 75 it was Scott Autry taking home the $20,000 pay day, his biggest career victory.

  • Bruins tame Tigers for third in...

    The Lancaster Bruins posted a 3-1 finish and captured third place in the first Breast Cancer Awareness basketball tournament at Fairfield Central High School in Winnsboro.

    The LHS boys, 9-6, held on to top Conway 65-63 to take third on Saturday, Dec. 29 at the FCHS gym.

  • News salutes 2012's best

     

       

    Three talented county performers are The Lancaster News’ 2012 Athletes of the Year.

  • Lady Jackets rip Devils in...

     

       

    The Buford High School Lady Jackets were impressive in launching defense of their title in the annual Comporium Christmas Classic at Andrew Jackson High School on Thursday, Dec. 28.

  • Bruin wrestlers look to improve

     Lancaster High second-year wrestling coach Leon Boulware has been pleased with the work of the LHS grapplers for the better part of the 2012 season, but not their latest mat outing.

  • Bruins down Bulldogs

    WINNSBORO – The Lancaster Bruins opened play in the first Breast Cancer Awareness basketball tournament with a win over Class AAA Camden on Wednesday, Dec. 26.

    LHS, 7-5, used a strong start to open the second half to gain the 48-37 win over the Bulldogs in the afternoon session at Fairfield Central High School in Winnsboro.

  • After the holidays, let your...

    Instead of letting your Christmas tree take up space in a landfill this year, state natural resources officials suggest giving it a second life by putting it to good use for fish or wildlife.

     In the state’s rural areas, discarded Christmas trees can be put to good use as erosion control or as brush piles to provide resting and escape cover for small animals.

    In addition to benefiting small game such as quail and rabbits, brush piles constructed of Christmas trees can help birds such as sparrows, towhees and wrens.

  • Playmakers, big hitters head all...

     

       

    Big-play performers and big hitters highlight The Lancaster News’ 2012 all-county defense.

  • All-county offense sports big-...

     

       

    Big-play performers highlight The Lancaster News’ 2012 all-county offense.

    The TLN offense is paced by Lancaster County Player of the Year Josh Mullens of Buford High School.