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Today's Sports

  • IL wrestlers falter on parents...

    Indian Land High School capped its regular-season wrestling schedule, dropping a pair of matches to neighboring North Carolina schools Jan. 28.

    Providence Day of Mecklenburg County, N.C., topped the Warriors, 41-33, and Marvin Ridge of Union County, N.C., downed IL 37-34 on IL wrestling parents night.

  • Warriors drop two close matches...

    Indian Land capped its regular-season wrestling schedule, dropping a pair of matches to neighboring N.C. schools Thursday night.

    Providence Day of Mecklenburg, N.C., topped the Warriors 41-33 and Marvin Ridge of Union County, N.C., downed IL 37-34 on IL wrestling parents night.

  • High scoring Warriors sweep Lions

    Indian Land used a pair of high-scoring efforts to sweep a road twin bill with Lewisville to keep pace in the Conference III-A race Tuesday.

    The Warriors, who improved to 8-4, 6-1, rolled to a 100-80 win over the Lions in a game which IL coach Nate Smith said was the first 100-point boys’ game in school history.

    “This was a key region road win for us,” Smith said. “In our region, all road games are tough, so it was good to come out a winner no matter what the score said.

  • Vols honor hoops heritage

    KERSHAW Andrew Jackson High School saluted its basketball excellence Friday night and though the turnout was small, one could envision a Volunteers-like Mt. Rushmore.

    Legendary AJ boys basketball coach John Byrd, who guided the Vols to a pair of state championships, Barbara Tyler, who led the Lady Vols to the school’s first-ever state crown, and Marti Tiller, who made three state title game appearance with a 1983 state banner – were the luminaries.

  • Fast finish fuels Bruins

    The fourth-ranked Lancaster Bruins finished strong to firmly hold its top spot in Region IV-AAAA basketball play.

    The Bruins, who jumped four slots in the Class AAAA state rankings, outscored the host Vikings 21-9 in the final eight minutes to cap a 78-57 win over Spring Valley on Tuesday night.

    Senior guard Xavier Holloway, one of three LHS players in double figures, hit 25 points, which included seven treys.

    Holloway netted three treys in the pivotal final period.

  • Buford pins deflate Central...

    Buford’s Zach Wright and Johntrell Caudle each posted pivotal pins to power the Jackets to a 40-30 road win over Central of Pageland on Wednesday night.

    Central held a 30-28 lead, but Wright and Caudle delivered clutch pins to lift the Jackets to the 10-point win over Eagles.

    BHS built an early 15-6 edge, but the Eagles rallied to take a pair of two-point leads, the last at 30-28, before Jackets late wins sealed the comeback victory.

  • Jackets honor fall sports...

    BUFORD The fall’s finest in Buford High School sports took center stage Tuesday night in the school’s auditorium.

    Athletes in football, volleyball and cheerleading were honored at the annual BHS fall sports awards.

    The Jackets’ football team, which went 7-5 after a 1-3 start, saluted a host of players.

    Class A all-state picks Britt Wells and Andrew “A.T.” Jennings were named Co-MVPs for the BHS team which finished as the Region III-A runner-up to eventual state champion Chesterfield.

  • Rucker, South notch county hoops...

    The Rucker Rams used a furious second-half rally to notch a 61-57 win over Buford to cap a county middle school sweep on Monday.

    In the nightcap, Rucker, down by 14 in the third period, battled back to tie the game at 52-all in the final period before pulling out the win.

    Deuce Dunlap netted 27 to pace the Rams. Ja’ Quan Winfield followed with 14. E.J. Patterson hit nine. Dre Linton and Jordan Caroway had four each. Q Johnson finished with two and Payton Brumfield hit one.

  • Warriors rally in sweep of...

    BUFORD Key adjustments helped Indian Land capture a Conference III-A basketball sweep of Buford at the BHS gym on Saturday night.

    In the opener, the IL girls were locked in a battle with the upset-minded Lady Jackets, but put together a solid second half in taking a 56-19 win.

    In the nightcap, the Warriors prevailed in a tight battle to take a 47-40 win for the sweep.

    The IL boys had to change up their strategy in taking the seven-point win.

    The Warriors, normally an up-tempo team, scaled back to a slower tempo.

  • South, Rucker register hardwood...

    The South Mustangs swept a pair of home basketball games with North Central on Thursday in the SMS gym.

    The unbeaten Lady Mustangs, 8-0, rolled to a 51-27 win as Phoebee Johnson led the way with 16 points. Aliyah Davis netted 11. Shareese Ross scored eight and Kenyatta Robertson added six. Kaliyah Jackson hit five. Kaela Robinson tallied three and Yasmine Robinson added two for the SMS girls who led 22-8 at the half.