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Today's Sports

  • Warriors fall to Griffins...

    The Indian Land Warriors had a tough night on the hardwood at Fairfield Central High School of Winnsboro on Thursday night.

    The Warriors dropped both ends of the Region IV-AAA hoops doubleheader with the Griffins.

    The games were originally scheduled for Tuesday, but moved to Thursday after Fairfield Central High School officials asked the games to be reset due to illness on the team.

    The Griffins, in the boys game, took a 79-55 win over the Warriors.

  • AJ girls complete unbeaten season

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Middle School girls basketball team capped a perfect season for the conference championship with a resounding win Thursday night at North Central Middle School in Boonetown.

    The AJMS Lady Vols, 14-0, used a fast start to key a 42-6 win over NCMS.

    AJ Middle wasted no time in getting started, bolting to a 13-0 lead after a quarter of play.

  • AJ’s Sowell tabbed for Classic

    KERSHAW – Prior to the 2016-17 high school basketball season, Andrew Jackson High School Lady Volunteers star Alexxus Sowell was tabbed as one of the top senior girls players in Class AA.

    Sowell’s play over the season has earned her recognition as one of the Carolinas’ top girls players.

  • Barrett resigns as Red Devils...

    Travis Jenkins

    Landmark News Service

    GREAT FALLS – For the second time in a year, Great Falls High School is looking for a football coach.

    Red Devils Athletics Director Jimmy Duncan said John Barrett, hired to replace long-time coach Ken Schofield last April, is stepping down for personal and family reasons.

  • Former Knights star Drakeford...

    Former  North Central High Knights football star Tyronne Drakeford is returning to his prep roots as the new NCHS head football coach and athletics director.

    Drakeford, 45, is a 1989 North Central graduate, who also played one season at Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia.

  • WCU’s Hough honored

    CULLOWHEE, N.C. – Western Carolina women’s basketball junior guard Kyia Hough is the College Sports Madness Southern Conference Player of the Week.

  • Warriors fall to Griffins...

    The Indian Land Warriors had a tough night on the hardwood at Fairfield Central High School of Winnsboro on Thursday night.

    The Warriors dropped both ends of the Region IV-AAA hoops doubleheader with the Griffins.

    The games were originally scheduled for Tuesday, but moved to Thursday after Fairfield Central High School officials asked the games to be reset due to illness on the team.

    The Griffins, in the boys game, took a 79-55 win over the Warriors.

  • AJ’s Sowell tabbed for Classic

    KERSHAW – Prior to the 2016-17 high school basketball season, Andrew Jackson High School Lady Volunteers star Alexxus Sowell was tabbed as one of the top senior girls players in Class AA.

    Sowell’s play over the season has earned her recognition as one of the Carolinas’ top girls players.

  • Jackets pad new streak with...

    The Buford High boys basketball team is on a new streak after taking a second straight Region IV-AA win to highlight a league road sweep of North Central on Friday night.
    BHS, which snapped a 12-game losing skid in a home win over Chesterfield on Tuesday night, followed with a 52-45 comeback win over the Knights.  In the opener, the Lady Jackets also prevailed in a 56-47 win.
    North Central’s boys opened a 17-10 lead after one period, but the Jackets rallied to make it 26-23 at the half.

  • Early surge keys Lady Jackets’...

    The Buford Lady Jackets took control early and rolled to a 54-37 win over Central at the BHS gym on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Jackets’ 17-point win gave Buford a split of the Region IV-AA hoops twin bill after the CHS boys posted a 60-28 win over the Jackets.
    The Lady Jackets built an early edge, taking an 11-6 lead after one period.
    Buford’s girls, sparked by Sophie Ribelin’s solid first-half  play, led 25-14 at the half after outscoring the Lady Eagles, 14-8 in the second period for the 11-point halftime lead.