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Today's Sports

  • Bruins avenge loss to Vols

    Lancaster gained revenge in the rematch.

    A week after Andrew Jackson rolled to a 12-3 road baseball win over rival Lancaster, the Bruins turned the diamond tables on the Vols.

    Lancaster scored at least one run in all but two innings on the way to an 18-11 win over AJ on Saturday afternoon.

    Bruins hurler Trai Sanders worked five innings and allowed three hits and two walks. He fanned four in the win. Ritchie Robinson worked the final two innings for LHS.

  • AJ's Miller solid in all-...

    NORTH MYRTLE BEACH Andrew Jackson High School basketball standout Ryan Miller once again proved he belonged.

    Miller, AJ’s 6-5 senior star, had a solid game in the 62nd annual North-South game at North Myrtle Beach High School on Saturday afternoon.

    Miller’s North team took a 113-104 loss in a game, which was fast-paced from start to finish.

    Miller, in 18 minutes of play, scored five points and grabbed nine rebounds, seven on the defensive end.

  • Volunteers vex Bruins

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers lowered the boom at Doomsday Corner on Saturday afternoon.

    The Vols, 8-2, 3-0, routed the host Lancaster Bruins 12-3 for their first win over LHS in 20-plus years.

    Winning pitcher Tripp Rollings went five innings and allowed an earned run, four walks and two hits. The freshman right-hander struck out four. Rollings aided the AJ effort with three hits, four runs batted in and scored a run.

    Adam Eubanks hurled two frames and yielded two earned runs, three hits and two walks. Eubanks fanned two.

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  • Lancaster Speedway set for 2010...

    Lancaster Motor Speedway opens its 56th dirt track racing season Saturday night with the headliner, the Limited Late Model division $2,000 to win race.

    Some of the top drivers from the Carolinas and Georgia will be here. The Saturday card is  Crate Late Models, Crate Sportsman, Super Street, Pure Street, Super Stock 4, Young Guns V8, and Vintage.

    2009 points champions gearing up to defend their titles include Mike Huey in LLM, Brandy Baker in CLM and SS, Travis Payne in CS, Steve Hinson in PS, Jeffrey McGuirt SS4, Young Guns Andrew Yandle and Vintage Kenneth Deese.

  • Lady Bruins roll in softball...

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins notched a pair of Region IV-AAAA softball wins, including a pitching gem by senior hurler Anna Howey.

    Howey hurled a no-hitter, a walk shy of a perfect game on Tuesday when the LHS girls rolled to a 17-0 win over South Pointe.

    Howey, who aided the offense with three hits, struck out 11 and faced 16 batters, one over the minimum. She walked one.

    Shay McIlwain drilled four hits and Katy Ghent generated three hits. Crystal Cauthen, Kelsey Baker and Almesha Catoe each had two hits. Cherrell Cousar clubbed a three-run home run.

  • LHS soccer team off to fast start

    The 9-0-2 Bruin boys soccer team is off to its best start in recent seasons.

    The LHS boys, who won the Red Rose Classic at Indian Land and went unbeaten in the Chester Preseason soccer tournament, have played with a great deal of confidence, aggressiveness and tactical intensity to date.

    The Bruins are led by a strong senior class, which includes Carlos White, goalkeeper; Washington Kofi, defense; Paul Munoz, defense; Tommy Cranney, defense; Alex Roach, midfield; Drew Christensen, striker; Matt White, striker; and Kwame Austin, striker.