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Today's Sports

  • Rucker honors sports standouts

    A.R. Rucker Middle School celebrated a banner athletic year with the annual Rams’ athletic awards on Wednesday, April 24.

    The Lancaster middle school honored student-athletes in five sports during the event in the Rucker cafeteria.

  • Emotional tourney win

    A beautiful, clear spring day greeted 92 golfers on Saturday, April 20 as they played in the 12th annual Matt Blackwell Foundation golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club.

  • LSS to host six divisions...

    Lancaster Super Speedway will feature six divisions of racing Saturday night, April 27.

    The LSS racing card includes the Heintz Performance Limited Late Models, Montgomery Towing Super Street, Deal 1 Auto Sale Crate Sportsman, Cauthen Motors Pure Street, Old School Vintage and  M&M Garage Muffler & Tire Extreme 4 (FWD).

  • Buford, AJ notch soccer victories

    The Buford soccer team moved its record to 10-3, 2-2 in Region IV-AA play, with a 4-0 win over Class AAA foe Crestwood of Sumter on Monday, April 22.

    The Jackets defeated Crestwood, 6-3 earlier in the season at CHS.

  • Fun, fellowship highlight...

     

       

    The Lancaster High School softball tradition, spanning the 1978-2010 seasons, was on display Saturday afternoon, April 20  at the LHS softball field for the first Lady Bruins’ alumni softball games.

  • LHS downs York, earns bid

     

       

    The Lancaster Bruins’ baseball team made LHS senior night memorable, taking a 5-1 Region III-AAAA win over York to earn a Class AAAA playoff bid Monday night.

  • Lady Vols claim region softball...

    The AJ Lady Vols celebrated senior night with a region title-clinching 3-2 win over Indian Land on Thursday, April 18.

     Haley  Faulkenberry’s clutch hit drove in the winning run.

  • Bruins sweep KLS meet

     

       

    Host Lancaster topped the field in the seventh annual KLS Running for Ryan Lancaster County track meet at the LHS track on Saturday, April 20.

  • Tarlton captures first Crates win

     

       

     

     

  • Crawford slapped with two-year...

    Former Indian Land High School track star Shawn Crawford, who captured gold in the 200m at the 2004 Athens Olympics, has been suspended for two years for not providing his whereabouts for out-of-competition drug testing.
    Crawford, according to reports, didn’t tell officials of his whereabouts for out-of-competition drugs tests three times in an 18-month period.
    The Van Wyck native was suspended from competition and stripped of all results dating back to Nov. 17, 2012.
    Crawford’s ban began Wednesday, April 17.