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Today's Sports

  • County trio reaps Tri-County...

    Three Lancaster County high school football players were honored during the meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday afternoon.

    The county trio included Lancaster High School senior defensive standout Daniel Foster along with Indian Land stalwarts A.J. Gordon and Chad Thomas.

    Foster led the Bruins’ 32-0 shutout of county rival Buford with 13 tackles, two sacks, three pressure passers and a caused fumble.

    Foster was named the Div. I Defensive Lineman of the Week.

  • Vols club Knights in 40-6 victory

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson coupled a punishing ground game with two long-scoring plays to whip North Central, 40-6 on Friday night at Volunteer Stadium.

    AJ sophomore Javaris Clyburn rushed for 113 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Vols in the 34-point win.

    AJ coach David Moore celebrated his second straight win, as the Vols improved to 2-1.

    “It was an ugly, ugly win, “said Moore.  “I salute Coach Clyburn and his staff. They did an excellent job of getting our offense out of our rhythm.”

  • Warriors' ground attack...

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land grounded winless Whitmire in a 56-8 rout at the Reservation on Friday night.

    The 3-0 Warriors used a potent ground attack, which cranked out 331 yards on the ground, to post the 48-point victory.

    The Warriors are off to their best start since the 2005 campaign.

    Indian Land, behind the ace rushing tandem of Breyon Williams and Rondreas Truesdale, ignited for a 49-0 halftime lead and cruised to the lopsided win.

  • Bruins ignite, jolt Jackets

    BUFORD – An aroused Lancaster Bruins’ team roared in the second half for a 32-0 win over county rival Buford at Jackets Stadium on Friday night.

    Lancaster forged a 14-0 halftime lead, and took control in the final half to notch its second straight shutout of the Class AA Jackets.

    BHS battled for the better part of the night, but a late third period LHS spurt spelled doom for the host maroon and gold.

    Lancaster, after holding the Jackets on downs at its 29, struck from long range.

  • LHS tennis unbeaten with 7-0 win...

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ tennis team improved to 3-0 with a 7-0 win over Fort Mill at the Richards Tennis Complex at USCL.

  • LMS points on the line

    Lancaster Motor Speedway hosts seven exciting divisions on Saturday night at the half-mile dirt oval.

    Points will be on the line as only a handful of races are left on the 2010 schedule.

    The NDRA Crate Late Model points is a battle between Steve Davis and Timbo Mangum.

    Davis, saddled with bad luck lately, is only letting Mangum inch closer and closer.

    The Super Street is a battle between Steve Colgate and Joey Engelbrecht, only 12 points apart.

  • Rodgers big hitter for AJ

    Andrew Jackson senior defensive end Tyler Rodgers gets his share of hits.

    Rodgers, a stalwart in the Vols’ defense, can shoulder the load.

    Same can be said of Rodgers in the spring when he hit .479 as the Volunteers’ first baseman and reaped all-region honors for the playoff-bound Vols under first-year baseball coach Mike Lucas.

    Rodgers said he sees a similarity between the diamond and gridiron at AJ.

  • Border battles set Friday

    Lancaster County high school football for week three features a pair of border battles and an unbeaten hoping to pad its record.

    Lancaster takes a trip out S.C. 9 to battle the rival Buford Yellow Jackets, while Andrew Jackson is set to challenge neighboring Kershaw County rival North Central High School.

    Indian Land, the county’s lone unbeaten team, shoots to stay that way with a home clash with winless Whitmire High School.

    The Jackets will host the Bruins in the seventh meeting between the two schools just over 10 miles apart.

  • Big-play Warriors smash Wildcats

     Indian Land ignited in the second quarter to take control on the way to a 38-15 win over Blacksburg at T.A. Campbell Stadium on Friday night.

    The unbeaten Warriors, 2-0, trailed 8-7 after one period of play, but took the lead for good in the pivotal second quarter on quarterback Rondreas Truesdale’s 18-yard scoring dash on a third and three snap. Truesdale’s touchdown capped a 76-yard drive with 2:12 to play in the half.

    Freshman Chad Thomas, continuing his solid special teams play, added the conversion for a 14-8 lead.

  • Speedway sports exciting racing

    The Lancaster Motor Speedway featured an exciting night at the track on Saturday.

    The Limited Late Models front row featured Chad Paxton and Daniel Tucker. When the green flag flew the first time, Paxton was slow on the start. On the restart, Paxton and Tucker went into turn one side by side for the lead.

    Coming out of turn two, it was Paxton with the lead over Tucker. Paxton pulled away from Tucker as the laps would tick off. Late in the race, Tucker ran down Paxton, but ran out of laps before he could catch Paxton.