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  • Tigers ruling roost against...

    COLUMBIA – The Palmetto Bowl is steadily sporting a strong shade of Orange.
    Clemson, rolling in the prime of football success in the history of the Tigers’ program, has a stranglehold on the Palmetto Bowl trophy, Clemson-Carolina football rivalry.
    Clemson, the defending national champion and the nation’s new No.1, made it four straight wins over old foe South Carolina, taking a 34-10 convincing win over the rival Gamecocks at soldout Williams-Brice Stadium.

  • LMS points awards this Saturday

    The Lancaster Motor Speedway annual points banquet is Saturday at La Chalupa Mexican Restaurant located on 775 Lancaster Bypass E, Lancaster, SC 29720.
    The banquet begins at 6 p.m. and is scheduled to end at 10:30.
    The cost is $10 per person for the all-you-can-eat buffet.
    Awards will be presented to the top five drivers in each division and the rookie of the year award.
    LMS co-promoters Shannon Munn and Eric Caskey will be at the banquet to answer questions about the 2018 racing season.

  • IL Warriors face challenging...

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School basketball teams are looking to return to the playoffs this season, but each faces a challenge on the court to accomplish the feat.
    The Warriors, led by veteran coach Nate Smith, have a solid cast, but Smith is looking to find the right mix to reverse ILHS’s 6-17 mark of last season.
    The Lady Warriors, who earned a playoff bid as the runner-up team in region play, will also search for the right combination after losing five seniors off the 2016-17 squad.

  • Bruins honor football aces

    The Lancaster High School football team saluted top performers for solid play during the Bruins’ 2017 season at the annual LHS awards night Tuesday in the school’s auditorium.

    Lancaster, 3-7 under fourth-year head coach Bobby Collins, had four players reap All-Region III-AAAA grid honors.

    The Lancaster High all-league quartet included junior quarterback Kemarkio Cloud, sophomore defensive lineman Immanuel Bush, senior defensive end Blake Payne and senior offensive lineman Keavius Barnes.

  • Jackets buzzing about season’s...

    BUFORD – Buford High School basketball, with its share of returnees on both varsity squads, has solid hoops hopes this season.
    Veteran coach T.J. Armbrust, in his 10th season leading the Lady Jackets, returns six players on the BHS 10-player roster, including a pair of seniors in Payton Howell and Kristin Wemes.
    Howell, a guard, hit 6.9 points and had 4.2 boards a game last season. The versatile Wemes, who grabbed four rebounds a game last season, will work at forward and guard.

  • Vols upbeat about 2017-18 hoops...

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School teams garnered Class AA Upper State playoff bids last season and the Volunteers teams are looking to do the same again.

    The AJ Lady Vols, led by second-year head coach Sha’Ron Robertson, returns a solid cast from the Region IV-AA championship team, which also finished as the Class AA Upstate runner-up.

    Coach Danny Wright has a good nucleus of returnees to go with a strong group of newcomers for the AJ boys.

  • Cherokee Speedway hosts World...

    Cherokee Speedway will host the World Crown 4-Cylinder Nationals today.
    Divisions running at the Gaffney track are Stock 4 paying $5,000 to win, Extreme 4 $2000 to win and Young Guns 4-Cylinder $1,000 to win.
    Grandstand admission prices are $15, and $35 for the pits.
    Track gates open at 11 a.m., with the drivers meeting at 12:30 p.m.
    The World Crown 4-Cylinder Nationals is one of the most prestigious events for 4-Cylinder Dirt Track Racing.

  • Bruins, Warriors capped Buford...

    BUFORD – The Lancaster Bruins and Indian Land Warriors capped play in the Buford Preseason prep basketball tournament, posting wins Monday night at BHS.
    Lancaster, with a blazing start, rolled to a 65-35 win over the Jackets.
    Indian Land, which went 2-1 in the tourney, opened the final round, taking a 59-49 win over the McBee Panthers.
    Lancaster, rebounding from a 34-31 second-round loss to Class AAA foe Indian Land, used a strong start to fuel its win over the host Jackets.

  • Bruins looking for better hoops...

    Lancaster High School basketball teams are looking for better hardwood results this season.
    The LHS teams each finished with losing records, so they are focusing on reversing those numbers in hoops play this season.
    The Lancaster High girls, who two seasons ago went unbeaten and captured the Class AAA state title, earned a playoff berth last season. However, their postseason was short and they are looking to return for more than a one-game stay.

  • Lady Bruins, Jackets fall in...

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins dropped a 53-47 loss to host Marvin Ridge High School of Union County, N.C., to open play in the two-day Border Battle 2017 on Tuesday night.
    The LHS girls were tied at the half –25-all, but the Lady Mavericks used a 13-7 third-period charge to take a 38-32 lead going into the final quarter.
    “We were sluggish to open the second half,” LHS girls coach Ronnie Robinson said. “We came out of the half slow and it hurt us.