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Buford will battle a familiar foe in its quest for the Class AA Upper State softball championship today.
Eleven county athletes will be seeking state titles at the Class AA state meet Saturday.
Indian Land has nine athletes seeking crowns, led by junior Rondreas Truesdale.
Lancaster Motor Speedway will host seven exciting divisions of dirt racing Saturday night.
In the NDRA GM Performance Late Models, there has been five different winners in five races, including Brandy Baker, Michael Brown, Steve Banal, Dennis Franklin and Timbo Mangum.
Buford advanced in postseason softball action, taking the driver’s seat in the Class AA Upper State championship tournament.
Andrew Jackson’s Jordan Truesdale came up with a timely goal to lift the Lady Volunteers to a 1-0 win over Broome High of Spartanburg at AJ’s Volunteer Stadium on Monday night.
Timbo Mangum posted two wins Saturday night to highlight action at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
Mangum won the Crate Sportsman race and took the checkers in the NDRA GM Performance Late Models.
Sometimes when I’m at Memorial Park no matter the season – winter, spring, summer or fall, or, in my case, basketball, football, baseball, there’s a certain pull to visit the plots just up the hill from the lake.
Buford has made a name for itself this softball season with its comeback attack.
The Lady Jackets’ latest win was a prime example.
Indian Land made a first-half goal stand up as the Warriors claimed the Region IV-AA soccer title with a 1-0 win over county rival Andrew Jackson at Buford’s Jackets Stadium on Thursday night.
Two years ago, the thought of Lancaster High School’s Beth Tomlin playing college soccer was likely never a consideration.
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