Today's Sports

  • Davis 'Senior Showcase...

    The Larry Davis “Senior Showcase” will be held Saturday afternoon at Lewisville High School.

    The event is a basketball game featuring area senior talent in an all-star contest at 2 p.m.

  • Lady Bruins earn second



    Lancaster High School second-year softball coach Kim Perry said she feels her Lady Bruins blossomed in the annual Azalea Invitational Tournament in Summerville this week.

  • Sutton sixth in elite tourney

    Lancaster area junior golfer Anthony Sutton had an impressive weekend on the links at the Jekyll Island Cup, an invitation-only tournament held by U.S. Kids Golf on the Georgia coast.

  • Carolina Crown highlights LMS...

    Easter weekend at Lancaster Motor Speedway promises to be hopping with plenty of racing action at the half-mile dirt oval.

    The Carolina Crown, which was originally set for March 17-18 when it was rained out, is set for this weekend.

  • AJ tops Buford in tourney



    Andrew Jackson split two games in the Founders Federal Credit Union Diamond Challenge in Cheraw on Monday to earn the chance to play for third place in the two-day tournament.

  • Competition tough in first LMS...



  • Cox's one-shot win nets...



    Emily Cox won the 14th annual SCJGA Pee Wee Championship at Columbia Country Club on March 10-11.

    Cox won with a one-shot margin of victory in the girls’ 10-12 bracket for a two-day total of 80.

  • Shutout win helps Lancers dodge...

    The USCL Lancers dodged a diamond sweep from Louisburg College on Sunday afternoon.

    The second-ranked Hurricanes, 36-4, won the first three-games of the four-game Region X series, but the Lancers avoided the sweep with a 3-0 win over Louisburg on Sunday afternoon.

  • Neal keys AJ over Buford

    Staff Reports
    Andrew Jackson took a key step in its quest for the Region IV-AA baseball title, posting an 8-4 win over region and county rival Buford High School at Buford Park on Friday night.
    AJ pitcher Chandler Neal sparked the Volunteers, who improved to 5-1 in region play, with a stellar effort on the mound and at the plate.
    Neal went the distance, allowing four runs – two earned runs and struck out six Jackets. He also allowed two walks and six hits.

  • Lancers sign Vols’ soccer ace...

    Robert Howey
    KERSHAW – Friday afternoon Andrew Jackson High senior soccer player Brandon Neal had a reason to smile, but it wasn’t anything about the end of school and the start of spring break.
    Neal beamed at the thought of his future, continuing his education and playing college soccer.
    Neal will be a member of the first University of South Carolina Lancaster soccer team after signing with the Lancers in the AJ media center.