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Today's Sports

  • Lancers drop three of four games

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers dropped an 8-3 loss to Indian Hills Community College (Iowa) to cap play in its four-games at Emerson, Ga., on Sunday.

    The Lancers, 21-7, had only five hits, one each from Jared Williams, Josh Evans, Evan Edwards, Rusty Grayson and Evan Flynn.

    Kipp Rollings, 4-2 on the season, took the loss in six innings of work. He allowed six runs, two earned runs, six hits and two walks.

  • USC in NYC: Giddy at The Garden

    Sharicka Thornwell and her son Tae boarded a flight out of Charlotte on Thursday, headed to the Mecca of college basketball – New York’s Madison Square Garden.
    She has been itching to get on that plane all week, since her son Sindarius Thornwell led the University of South Carolina past the Duke Blue Devils and into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
    “This is exciting!” she said. “I want them to win. If they keep playing like they have been playing, they can go all the way.”

  • SINDARIUS SHINES

    After a landmark comeback win over the Duke Blue Devils, the Gamecocks’ bandwagon is barreling toward Madison Square Garden this weekend for the third round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
    Led by Lancaster’s Sindarius Thornwell, the University of South Carolina men’s team is getting its first taste of March Madness in 13 years, and they’re into the Sweet 16 after beating Marquette and Duke last weekend in Greenville.

  • DNR sets annual scoring sessions

    Charles Ruth

    SCDNR Big Game Coordinator

    Antlers will abound throughout the Palmetto State as the search for new state record deer antlers gets underway during the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources' (SCDNR) annual series of measuring sessions.

  • Unbeaten Lady Bruins down...

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins extended their regular-season softball record to 2-0 with an 8-4 road win over county rival Andrew Jackson High School at the Lady Volunteers’ softball field on Thursday night.

    AJ opened a 2-0 lead after three innings, but the Lady Bruins ignited for four runs in the top of the fourth inning.

  • Taylor has solid hope for Bruins

    The Lancaster Bruins, under third-year coach Toby Taylor, got off to a slow start on the 2017 campaign, but Taylor is optimistic LHS can come around this season.

    The Bruins went 0-3-1 to open play in the Comporium Preseason Invitational, but have made strides since launching regular-season diamond play.

  • Andrew Jackson golfers open with...

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers’ golf team, ranked fifth in the S.C. High School Golf Coaches Association poll, opened its season with a home win over Region IV-AA links rival North Central High School on Thursday afternoon at the Kershaw Golf Club.

    The Vols shot a 159 to down the rival Knights, who posted a 220.

  • Lady Warriors blank Yellow...

    The Indian Land High School Lady Warriors evened their varsity soccer record to 3-3-1 on the season with an 8-0 win over Forest Hills High School of Union County, N.C., on Thursday night.

    The Lady Warriors, ranked second in Class AAA girls soccer, opened a 4-0 halftime lead on the way to the shutout win over the Lady Yellow Jackets at ILHS’s Reservation.

    The Lady Warriors had plenty of contributions in the win as Summer Bishop scored two goals.

  • Lady Warriors blank Yellow...

    The Indian Land High School Lady Warriors evened their varsity soccer record to 3-3-1 on the season with an 8-0 win over Forest Hills High School of Union County, N.C., on Thursday night.

    The Lady Warriors, ranked second in Class AAA girls soccer, opened a 4-0 halftime lead on the way to the shutout win over the Lady Yellow Jackets at ILHS’s Reservation.

    The Lady Warriors had plenty of contributions in the win as Summer Bishop scored two goals.

  • Perry excited about LHS softball...

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins have captured 38 straight playoff bids and the 2017 LHS team is bidding to continue that stellar spring streak.

    Veteran coach Kim Perry, in her seventh season at LHS, has a strong cast of seasoned players back from the region runner-up team, which made a strong run in the playoffs last season to advance to the Upstate final four for the second straight season.