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Today's Sports

  • LGC sets 2015 tourney schedule

     

    The Lancaster Golf Club’s 2015 schedule includes 13 tournaments, highlighted by the annual club championship Aug. 8-9.

  • Vols push golf mark to 16-0

     

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers opened the week victorious with a win over Region IV-AA rivals Buford and Central High of Pageland on Monday, April 13.

    AJ shot a 145, with Buford posting a 166 and Central carding a 181.

  • Vols blank Fairfield Central

     

     

    The Andrew Jackson boys soccer team defeated Fairfield Central, 5-0, in Winnsboro on Monday, April 13.

  • Middleton enjoys alumni game

     

    KERSHAW – Retiring Andrew Jackson High School softball coach Steve Middleton is seeing his time wind down on the diamond, and the last couple of weeks have been special in his final season in prep softball.

  • Lady Bruins top Stallions

     

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins posted a 9-2 Region III-AAA softball win over South Pointe of Rock Hill on Tuesday, April 14.

    Summer Clinton hurled two shutout innings and struck out two batters.

  • Jackets 4th in AA poll

     

    Unbeaten Buford High School, 19-0, 9-0, moved two spots to fourth in the latest S.C. Baseball Coaches Association Class AA state poll.

    The poll was released Tuesday, April 14. Buford was rated in a tie for sixth in the previous state Class AA poll released March 20.

  • Rear Wheel Drive 4-Cylinder...

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway returns to action with six divisions of racing Saturday, April 18.

  • Track has action-packed night

     

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway featured some of the season’s top action Saturday, April 11, as the track drew its largest crowd for the young 2015 racing season.

  • Jackets clinch region

    The Buford Yellow Jackets clinched the Region IV-AA regular-season baseball championship with a 6-2 Region IV-AA win over Cheraw High School at Buford Park on Monday, April 13.
    Evan Flynn, 6-0, hurled the win in five frames of work. He struck out eight and allowed two unearned runs, no hits and three walks. Trevor Cauthen worked the final two innings, allowing a hit and a walk. He fanned two.
    Eric Miles led the BHS offense with two doubles, two RBIs and scored two runs. Brady Horton had two hits and scored twice. Druw Rollings drilled two hits and tallied a run.

  • Lancers battle Hurricanes

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers capped their Region X road series, losing two games to Louisburg College on Sunday, April 12.
    The Lancers dropped a pair of 5-4 losses to the LC Hurricanes.
    Louisburg, facing a 4-2 deficit, rallied for three runs to take the one-run win in the nightcap Sunday.
    Josh Shailer, in seven innings, took the loss, allowing five runs, seven hits, two walks and one earned run.
    Tad Martin led the USCL offense with three hits, including a double.