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Today's Sports

  • Panthers guarding against letdown

    from Panthers.com
    CHARLOTTE – If a Miami fan buoyed by the Dolphins’ 3-0 start had tried to map out how the rest of the season might play out, they might have worried about Miami looking past this week’s game against the Panthers toward next week’s division matchup with the New York Jets.
    Now that the game has arrived, Panthers fans are the ones that might be worried about a letdown.

  • Practice firearm safety during...

    S.C. Department of Natural Resources release
    This hunting season the S.C. Department of Natural Resources is joining  the National Shooting Sports Foundation to remind hunters that safety remains at the core of America’s hunting traditions.
    “This is a time of year when a lot of firearms are in use and in transport,” said Lt. Billy Downer with Department of Natural Resources’ hunter/boater education program.

  • AJ’s Faulkenberry set for N/S...

     

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior volleyball star Haley Faulkenberry will cap her high school volleyball career as one of the state’s elite among ace senior players.

  • Volunteers duo honored

     

    RICHBURG – The 2013 Andrew Jackson High School football season is history, but the honors are rolling in for the Volunteers.

  • Moriah hoops league set to tip...

     

     

    The 2013 Moriah Youth Basketball league opens play Monday, Dec. 9.

    Games will be played on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights.

  • Chester halts mites' stars...

     

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation mites stars saw their postseason football hopes end with a tough 6-0 loss to Chester at Lewisville High School on Tuesday, Nov. 19.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway sports host...

     

     

    Some 315 go-kart entries was at Hanging Rock Kartway on Saturday, Nov. 16 for the “King of The Rock” race.

    Hanging Rock Kartway is located in Kershaw.

  • BHS, AJ seek state title

     

    There’s plenty to cheer about at Buford and Andrew Jackson high schools this week.

    Competition cheer squads from both schools will be competing in the Class AA state championship competition at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia on Saturday, Nov. 23.

  • LCPRC mite football stars roll...

     

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission mite all-stars football team was mighty in its Central District opener, rolling to a 30-0 win over Tega Cay at Rock Hill’s Hargett Park on Saturday, Nov. 15.

  • Eagles ground Vols' hopes

     

    PAGELAND – Central rolled up 417 rushing yards and eliminated Andrew Jackson, 38-21 in the second round of the Class AA Upper State Division II playoffs in Pageland on Friday, Nov. 15.