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Today's Sports

  • Angels claim district title

    The Lancaster American Angels, ages 9-10, claimed the district championship in Union last weekend and will compete in  the state tournament in Seneca July 10-15.

    The Angels went undefeated in the district tournament. Lancaster defeated Chester, 10-3, on June 26 and shut out Lancaster National League, 5-0, on June 27. They defeated Union, 5-3, on June 28 and again, 2-0, on June 30.  

    Coach Greg Vincent said he was proud of the Angels.

  • Ponytails All-Stars on to state...

    The Lancaster Ponytails All-Stars are headed for the state championship tournament after winning the district title last weekend.

    The Lancaster All-Stars defeated Union, 11-1, in four innings on June 26. Lancaster defeated Chester, 21-0, in four innings on June 27, then claimed the district title by defeating Union, 11-0, in four innings on June 28.

    “It was a complete and total team effort,” said coach Rick Sims.

    “Every player contributed at the plate. As a team we scored 43 runs in just 12 innings of play by racking up 39 base hits.”

  • P-31 juniors claim win in...

    Lancaster American Legion Post 31 juniors defeated Gaffney, 8-6, claiming the first win of the best-of-five series in playoff games at Gaffney on Monday night.

    Tripp Rollings pitched five innings with six strikeouts, eight walks and two hits giving up six runs. Adam Eubanks came in to finish the final two innings with two walks and two strikeouts.

  • Lancaster swim team beats Chester

    The Lancaster County swim team defeated Chester for the second time this season, taking a 394-163 win on Thursday in Chester.

    Gracie Scott and Elizabeth Catoe paced the LCST with four firsts each.

    Samuel Page notched three firsts.

    Brooks Digh, Anna Scott, Cody Brown, Lauren Spencer, Bryce Blanton, Mikaela Beacham and Chris James each had two firsts for the Sharks.

    The Lancaster County swim team hosts the annual Aquatics meet on July 8-9.

    Individual medley

    9-10 – 1. Gracie Scott (L), 2. Lauren Spencer (L), 3. Alaina Houghtaling (L)

  • Crawford wins in USA Outdoor...

    With the wind at his back, Van Wyck native Shawn Crawford turned in the best performance of his sprinting career Sunday, winning the men’s 200-meter dash in 19.73 seconds at the USA Outdoor Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

    “That’s the fastest my body has ever moved in its lifetime,” said Crawford, whose non-assisted best is 19.79 seconds, set at the 2004 Athens Olympics, where he won the gold in the 200.

  • Lancers sign Banks duo

    University of South Carolina at Lancaster golf coach Rick Walters pulled off a links recruiting coup he’s been working on for some time.

    Buford High School golf standouts Trevor and Taylor Banks, who launched their careers with Walters 12 years ago when he guided the S.C. chapter of the Lancaster Junior Golf Association, are back with him.

    The BHS Jackets’ ace brother duo made it official, signing with Walters and the USCL Lancers’ golf program on Friday.

  • Track Club captures 88 awards in...

    The Columbus Parker Track Club captured 88 awards at a meet in Clemson earlier this season. The CPTC highlighted the effort with 13 firsts and 27 runner-up finishes. The team posted 14 thirds, 10 fourths and 24 fifth-place showings.

    8-under girls

    100 meters – 2. Rekia Polk, 4. Journei Spratt

    Long jump – 1. Rekia Polk, 3. Journei Spratt, 4. Amiracle Malloy

    Shot put – 2. Amiracle Malloy

    10-under girls

    4 x 100 relay – 2. Rekia Polk, Journei Spratt, Alexus Lowery, Alexis King

  • P-31 action aplenty

    Lancaster American Legion Post 31 suffered a road loss, 6-3, to Clover in League V action Thursday night.

    The first inning proved to be all Clover needed for the win. Clover plated all six runs in the initial inning. Mike Catoe started on the mound for P-31 and went the distance. Catoe pitched eight innings, scattering eight hits and striking out five. Clover’s runs were all unearned.

  • NL District 2 champs

    Needing back-to-back wins, the National League AA all-stars won the District 2 championship in dramatic fashion Saturday night.

    In the third and decisive game of the best-of-three tournament, NL’s Caleb Payne scored the game-winning walk-off run in the bottom of the sixth inning, giving the NL a 13-12 come-from-behind win over the American League.

  • Juniors competitive at Chester

    The Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association held its second tournament June 22 when the juniors competed at the Chester Golf Club.

    Chapter director Raymon Chisom noted a host of solid scores in the tournament.

    The boys 15-18 age division was competitive with three golfers tying for first place.

    The trio included Corey Robinson, Austin Terry and Dillan Waldrop, who each shot an 83 to tie for the top spot.

    Jordan Hinson finished second with an 84 and Dalton Bradley was third with an 85.