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Today's Sports

  • Ridge View snaps LHS win streak...

    Ridge View snapped Lancaster’s 10-game winning streak, taking an 81-64 win over the visiting Bruins on Friday night.

    The Blazers’ 17-point win gave RVHS a sweep of the Region IV-AAAA twin bill.

    The loss also evened the region boys race with each team sporting a 6-1 record in league play.

    The Blazers, 12-10, were paced by Jamie Portee’s 17 points. Mike Green followed with 16. Jared Johnson hit 14 and Jamar Gillespie netted 13.

    Lancaster was paced by Garrett Thompson’s 18. Ron Trapps tallied 15. Sindarius Thornwell tallied 13.

  • South Middle teams win two over...

    The South Middle School Lady Mustangs stayed unbeaten on the basketball season with a road win over Great Falls on Jan. 28.

    The Lady Mustangs forged a 22-15 halftime lead on the way to the 37-30 win.

    Phoebe Johnson led the Lady Mustangs with 15. Aliyah Davis netted eight and Shareese Ross added seven points. Kenyatta Robertson finished with five.

    Kaela Robinson added two points.

    The South boys completed the sweep with a 41-33 win over the Devils.

  • USCL Lancers set to open second...

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster launches its second season of baseball Saturday with a twin bill at the LHS baseball field.

    The Lancers host New River Community College at 1 p.m., with game two set for 3 p.m. The Lancers host two games Sunday, with the opener set for noon. USCL continues play Monday when it travels to Gaffney to face the Limestone junior varsity in a twin bill which opens at 2 p.m.

    USCL, 16-32 last spring, is led by second-year head coach Steve Williams.

  • Bulls sign Robinson

    The rainy weather aside, Friday was a beautiful day in the eyes of Lancaster High School football star Darius Robinson.

    Robinson sported a familiar wide smile as he entered the Lancaster High School conference room where his mother, Debora Robinson, and grandmother, Rosie, were waiting with equally big grins Friday morning.

    Robinson’s happy day was highlighted with a special moment, signing to play college football at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte.

  • Rape to debut at Wingate

    Former Lancaster High School and Post 31 American Legion baseball standout Marc Rape will launch his Wingate University baseball career today when the Bulldogs open their 2010 home schedule.

    Rape, a right-hander, is slated to be on the mound when the Bulldogs face Limestone at 2 p.m. in the Wingate home opener.

    Rape helped Spartanburg Methodist College advance to the 2009 NJCAA World Series. The Pioneers finished the 2009 campaign with a 55-9 overall record and a No. 5 finish in the JUCO series.

  • LHS focusing on region

    The fourth-ranked Lancaster Bruins achieved their January goal and now are focusing on another lofty mark.

    “Our goal for January was to go unbeaten,” said Bruins’ fifth-year head coach Ricardo Priester.

    The Bruins 16-3, 5-0, went  8-0 for January, boosted by a landmark win to cap LHS’s December schedule.

    “A key game in our basketball season was our win in the final game of the ‘Sweet 16’ holiday tournament at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School,” Priester said.

  • Clutch play lifts Jackets

    BUFORD Buford used clutch play down the stretch to notch a season’s hoops sweep of Conference III-A foe Chesterfield High School on Tuesday night.

    The Jackets, who defeated the Rams 58-49 on Jan. 12 at the CHS gym, edged Chesterfield 49-46 for a league split.

    The girls game wasn’t as close as the Lady Rams rolled to a 48-17 win over the Buford girls.

    The nightcap was tight, with Buford prevailing with the game on the line.

    Anthony Williams, who netted 11, dropped in a free throw with 15 ticks left to give the Jackets the lead for good, 47-46.

  • Red Devils' Lynn to play...

    GREAT FALLS Great Falls football coach Kenneth Schofield joked that with all their children now out of the house, Adam and Martha Lynn will be able to afford new cars this year.

    Their youngest son, Isaiah, got a full ride of his own Wednesday.

    Lynn (6-0, 215), a multi-sport standout for the Red Devils signed with Presbyterian College in Clinton, becoming the second Lynn in two years to move on to the college ranks.

    A lot of factors attracted Lynn to the Blue Hose.

  • Lancers are moving on in careers

    With baseball season right around the corner, several Lancers are ready to spread their diamond wings to fly. Last spring, USCL outfielder Pierce Labrador, impressed NCAA Division II Newberry College and will be playing for the NC baseball team this spring.

    Ryan Burt, a left-handed pitcher and first baseman out of West Columbia, recently committed to NCAA Div. I Presbyterian College for the fall of 2010.

    Burt had a team best .472 batting average and was voted second team all-region at the NJCAA Region 10 Coaches Conference.

  • Bruins claw Cats in region sweep

    The Lancaster Bruins clawed the Bearcats in a Region IV-AA hoops sweep Tuesday night at Rock Hill.

    The Lady Bruins rolled to a 52-39 win and the No. 4 LHS boys ripped the Bearcats, 69-35.

    The LHS boys, 17-3, 6-0, used a pivotal 17-2 run to take a 19-6 first-period lead on the way to the 34-point victory.

    Lancaster, making liberal use of its bench, had 11 players score in the win. LHS led 37-11 at the break before taking the win.