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Today's Sports

  • Makos post swim win over Camden

    The Lancaster Makos swim team improved to 2-1 on the season, taking a 279-269 win over host Camden on Saturday.

    The Makos were led by Will Burton, Micheala Burton and Coulter Jackson who had four wins each. Brooks Digh, Taylor Teague, Grayson Young and Jaden Young each had three firsts in the meet.

  • Tigers swimmers defeat Chester

    The Lancaster Tigers topped the Chester Waves 304-215 on Thursday, June 14 in Chester.

    The Tigers were paced by Charlee Brooke Henry, Jonah Faile, Alaina Houghtaling and MaKenzie Henry who registered four firsts each.

  • Chester track will host Southern...

     

       

    I-77 Speedway will host round three of the Southern Open Wheel Modified Shootout on Saturday night.

     Stars of the open wheel ranks from the Carolinas and Virginia will be at the Chester track.

  • Sweatt captures Summer Slam...

     

       

    Veteran Lancaster Motor Speedway driver Dustin Sweatt captured the Deal 1 Auto Sales Crate Sportsman Summer Slam to highlight racing action at LMS on Saturday.

  • Seniors edge Chester, 5-3

    Ernie Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    The Lancaster Post 31 senior team capped a 3-0 week, but it was with a tough win.
    P-31, in Legion baseball League V play, edged Chester, 5-3 to push its mark to 6-0 on the season.
    “It was a battle, but we pulled through,” Lancaster senior team coach Quinton Rodgers said.
    Chester, with two first-inning runs, held a 2-0 lead early.
    Lancaster came back to take a 3-2 lead after four innings, but Chester tied the game at 3-all in the top of the seventh.

  • A ‘second father,’ first-class...


    There are men in your life you regard as “second fathers.”
    They don’t replace your father, but are special people with father-like attributes.
    One I hold dear from my youth, is the late James P. “Dick” Richards, better known as Congressman Richards to many.
    I came to know him through his grandson, Jim Richards, a childhood friend from our days growing up on Sherwood Circle.
    He was quite a man, but I only knew the half of it.

  • Makos post swim win over Kershaw

    Staff Reports
     The Lancaster Makos evened their recreation swim season record at 1-1 with a 321-216 win over Kershaw at the Kershaw Aquatics Center on Thursday.
    The Makos were led by Michaela Burton, Will Burton, Anna Funderburk, Noah Phillips and Gracie Scott who posted three wins each.
    Riley Burton, Emily Durant, Jennifer Hinton, Tamra Tipton, Grayson Young and Jayden Young each had two wins. Makena Barker, Hailey Burton, Landon Digh, Coulter Jackson and Zack Mothershed each posted a win.

  • Dixie Baseball sets all-star...

    Staff Reports
    Lancaster Dixie Baseball has set its all-star baseball teams for the 2012 postseason tournaments.
    The AA all-stars, ages 7-8, are the Yankees’ Landon Williams, Austin Kennington, Bryce Helms, Owen Phillips and Tanner McLemore; Angels’ Tyler Trimnal, Ashton Phillips, Austin Faile; Cubs’ J.P. Cunningham, Kevin Wooden, Adam Wright; Braves’ Landon Deese, Jarrett Laney, Brady Jackson.
    The AA stars open district play in Chester on June 25.

  • CPTC qualifies 24 for national...

    The Columbus Parker Track Club qualified 24 athletes at the district qualifying meet to compete at the national qualifying meet in Douglasville, Ga.
    The club received 60 awards with 35 being medals, 13 gold. The CPTC also received 17 silver, eight bronze, 10 fourth places, 6 fifth places, 3 sixth places and 3 seventh places.
    Meet results:
    9-10 girls
    Shot put – 1. Armoni Evans
    Long jump – 6. Armoni Evans
    9-10 boys
    Shot put – 4. Terrell McGriff
    Race walk – 1. Darius Brice, 2. Terrell McGriff

  • County stars in N-S games

    A trio of county players will be involved in the North-South All-Star soccer matches at the College of Charleston Soccer Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

    The county trio includes Lancaster High School’s Ashley Cauthen, Andrew Jackson High’s Leah Kennington and Indian Land’s Jonathan Rowe.