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Today's Sports

  • Warriors surge early, sack Cats

     

    INDIAN LAND – Coming off two tough losses, it was clear that Indian Land

    needed its most complete and cleanest performance to date to

    secure its first win this season.

    For the vast majority of the game, with the

    exception of a little dip in the third quarter, that was the

    performance the Warriors delivered in their 2017 home opener.

    In doing so, the Warriors secured new coach Horatio Blades’ first win, a 37-13 victory over the Blacksburg Wildcats at the ILHS Reservation on Friday night.

  • Jackets swarm Bruins for 38-21...

    Fast-starting Fort Mill bolted to a 31-0 halftime lead on the way to a 38-21 win over Lancaster on Friday night.

    LHS fell to 1-1 with the 17-point loss.

  • Chargers top Vols, 19-14

    David Kellin
    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – Providence Day won a hard-fought game against host Andrew Jackson 19-14 Thursday night.
    The game was reset from Friday due expected heavy rain in the area from Hurricane Harvey.
    The Vols’ Jamie Hinson caught a blocked field goal attempt by the Providence Day Chargers with 57 seconds left in the half, and ran it back 69 yards for a touchdown.

  • Lancaster swimmers down York for...

    The Lancaster High School swim team opened its season with a win over York at the Lancaster County pool on Aug. 24.
    LHS prevailed in the combined meet, 226-55, with the LHS girls winning, 119-26, and the boys posting a 107-29 victory.
    Lancaster boosted its effort with six relay event wins.

    Meet results
    200 freestyle – 1. Isabella Ihm, 2. Mallory McDow, 3. Torie Johnson; 1. Braydon Powers, 2. Louie Prete, 3. Andrew Bell
    200 IM – 1. Makenzy Mills, 2. Tamra Tipton; 1. Luis Bravo

  • Junior Warriors win, stay...

    The Indian Land Junior Warriors, keyed by the stellar play of quarterback Brandon Britton, improved to 2-0 on the season with a 34-16 road win over the Blacksburg High School Junior Wildcats on Thursday night.
    Britton, who ran for 200 yards on 12 carries, scored five touchdowns to key the Junior Warriors to the 18-point win.
    Britton had a 60-yard touchdown run to go with two 40-yard scoring dashes, a 50-yard TD sprint and a 15-yard sprint for six.

  • Small sparks Buford to big win

     

    BUFORD – In a game billed the “Fire Ant Bowl,” it was only fitting a Small player, potent in his play and offensive sting, come up big for a huge Buford High School football win Monday night at Jackets Stadium.

    Buford senior halfback Dalton Small sparked the inspired Jackets, 4-0, to a 28-27 Monday night football win over Lee Central of Bishopville, which came into the game unbeaten and ranked No. 5 in the latest Class AA state media poll.

  • Buford tops No. 5 Stallions

    Unbeaten Buford, 4-0, knocked off the No. 5 Lee Central Stallions, 28-27 at BHS on Monday night.

  • Falcons edge Bruins, 14-7

     

    The game wasn’t a thing of football beauty, but Nation Ford coach Michael Allen was all for the taking.

    He had to be.

    The Falcons, at Lancaster Memorial Stadium on Friday night, were in quest of their first win on the season and they went home victors with a tough 14-7 non-region win.

    “It’s a ‘W,’ ” said Allen after addressing his Falcons’ team.

    All the scoring came in the first half as the Falcons built their seven-point edge.

  • Vols blank Knights, 28-0

     

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers opened Region IV-AA play in a big way, rolling to a 28-0 home win over the rival North Central Knights on Friday night.

    The 2-2 Vols, with a strong running game – 283 yards, posted four rushing touchdowns on the way to the shutout win.

    O.J. White placed the first points on the board at 10:46 of the second quarter with a two-yard rushing touchdown. Avery Funderburk kicked the extra point to put the Vols up, 7-0.

  • Big-play Rams blast Warriors

     

     

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors were back at home Friday night

    to face a familiar foe, the unbeaten Chesterfield Rams.

    The Warriors and Rams were in the same Class AA region just two years ago. The No. 7 Rams still looked the same, using their speed and Indian Land's mistakes, to bolt to a 20-0 lead seven minutes into the game.

    The Rams used big plays to pull away for a 48-25 win Friday night at the ILHS Reservation.