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Today's Sports

  • Bruins are co-champions

    Lancaster High School basketball senior night was special for more than a fond farewell.

    The fasting-starting Bruins captured a share of the Region IV-AAAA boys championship with a 72-43 win over Spring Valley in the LHS gym on Monday night.

    LHS’s decisive 29-point win gave the 19-5 Bruins the right to wear the Region IV-AAAA regular-season co-champions crown with an 8-2 league record.

  • Bruins rebound, net win

    The Lancaster Bruins got back on track, racking up a solid home win in Region IV-AAAA play Saturday night.

    The Bruins, 18-4, 7-1, corralled the South Pointe Stallions in a 63-54 win.

    LHS, playing less than 24 hours after dropping its first region loss this season in an 81-64 setback at Ridge View, rebounded to boost the Bruins’ region championship hopes.

    “We answered the challenge against a well-coached team,” LHS coach Ricardo Priester said. “We’ve played well at home this season and we responded in a clutch way today.”

  • AJ Volunteers drop pair in...

    BISHOPVILLE A tough basketball season came to a close Thursday for the Andrew Jackson High School Volunteers.

    AJ, on the road for its Conference IV-AA regular-season finale, dropped a pair of losses to the host Lee Central Stallions.

    The Lady Vols, who went winless in region play, dropped a 49-20 setback to the LC Lady Stallions in the opener.

    The nightcap was closer, but the Stallions avenged an earlier loss to the Vols, who compiled a 1-9 mark in league play, with a 75-66 win.

  • South girls cap 14-0 season...

    The South Middle School girls completed a second straight unbeaten season, and the A.R. Rucker boys capped a sterling 13-1 campaign with a sweet revenge win Thursday.

    Lancaster area middle school rivals A.R. Rucker and South each had something to cheer about in the season-ending doubleheader at the packed Lancaster High School gym.

    The Lady Mustangs put the finishing touches on a banner 14-0 season with a 36-24 win over the rival Lady Rams in the opener.

  • Bruins seek to rebound for...

    Lancaster dropped a pair of Region IV-AAAA basketball losses to Blythewood on Tuesday night, but the news wasn’t all bad for the Bruins on departing the Midlands.

    The LHS boys, who dropped their second loss in three region games, learned that Ridge View, which downed the No. 10 Bruins 81-64 last Friday night at RVHS to forge a tie for the region lead, also lost on Tuesday night.

    South Pointe notched a 72-68 win over the Ridge View Blazers to keep the teams tied at the top of region play.

  • Warriors net senior night hoops...

    INDIAN LAND Indian Land High School basketball senior night was one for the Warriors to savor on Thursday.

    The IL teams completed a season’s hoops sweep of the rival Buford Yellow Jackets.

    The Lady Warriors rolled to a 78-40 victory and the IL boys capped the notable night with a 62-55 win over the Jackets.

    Each game followed a similar trend for the winning Warriors. The IL teams took control in the third quarter to take command on the way to victory.

  • Citadel signs IL's Seigler

    INDIAN LAND A high school media center is supposed to be one of the quietest places on campus during the school day, but for a brief, special moment that changed Friday afternoon at Indian Land High School.

    Just after ILHS senior offensive lineman Sam Seigler signed to play football at The Citadel, an admiring group of students and teachers applauded the moment.

  • Breaking News Winter storm...

    The forecast for a winter storm forced Lancaster County School District officials to cancel two high school basketball games scheduled for Friday night.

    The Lancaster-Spring Valley Region IV-AAAA game scheduled for the Lancaster High School gym was postponed late Friday morning when Spring Valley High School officials contacted LHS and said they would be unable to travel after Richland County School officials canceled all after-school activities.

  • Lancers launch season with sweep

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster Lancers’ baseball team opened its second season in impressive fashion Monday.

    The Lancers swept a twin bill from the host Limestone junior varsity in Gaffney.

    USCL prevailed, 3-1 and 7-3 over the Junior Saints.

    In the opener, Jarrett Miller worked six innings, tossing a two-hitter and striking out eight for the win. Miller allowed two walks and hit a batter.

    Harrison Culp went two-thirds of an inning and yielded a walk.

    Rick Davis, with a third of an inning, notched the Lancers’ save.

  • Rams down IL for Upstate...

    Chesterfield will be shooting for its fifth straight Class A state wrestling title this weekend.

    The Rams earned the berth to defend their title, defeating Indian Land, 41-36 for the Class A Upper State championship at CHS on Saturday.

    The IL Warriors, 20-12, fell to the Rams in the Upper State title match.

    CHS forged a 41-12 lead and forfeited the final four weight classes before taking the win.