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Today's Sports

  • Track caps season with exciting...

    Lancaster Motor Speedway capped its 2010 racing season with an exciting night of racing at the half-mile dirt oval Saturday night.

    The NDRA Crate Late Models front row had Justin Hobgood and Mike Huey.

    When the green flag dropped, Hobgood and Huey went into turns one and two side by side for the lead.

    Exiting turn two, it would be Huey with the lead over Hobgood, Steve Banal and Timbo Mangum.

    Huey, as the laps ticked off,  put some distance between himself and the rest of the field.

  • Tri-County Coaches Association...

     Three Lancaster County high school football players were among the honorees for their play in week seven at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday.

    Lancaster High School, fresh off a 17-7 comeback win over Rock Hill in the Bruins’ Region III-AAAA opener, was led by a pair of LHS defensive standouts, junior linebacker Derae Montgomery and senior defensive lineman Daniel Foster.

    Indian Land High’s Daniel Helms, a long snapper and offensive lineman, was also among the Warriors’ honorees.

  • Tri-County coaches honor county...

    Three Lancaster County high school football players earned honors at the week six meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association.

    The county trio includes Lancaster High School’s Andre Foulks along with Indian Land High’s A.J. Gordon and Jarrell Robinson.

    Foulks, a junior, earned the Division I Defensive Player of the Week with 17 tackles, five sacks and two pressure passers in the Bruins’ 26-10 homecoming win over Blythewood High School on Friday.

  • Duo facing elite foes

    Lancaster and Indian Land will be battling the elite in their respective classes this week in high school football play.

    The Bruins and Warriors will each be taking on top teams who a year ago played for state titles.

    Lancaster and Indian Land will each be at home in these key games.

    The Bruins host Northwestern, while Indian Land will face Central in arguably the biggest football game at IL’s Reservation in a number of years.

    Andrew Jackson, coming off a road win, will be at home to face Cheraw in hopes of a happy AJ homecoming.

  • Junior Jackets swarm Andrew...

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  • Bruins blitz Bengals, 26-10

    The Lancaster Bruins, even with the coolest night of the season to date, showed they’re not ready for football hibernation.

    The Bruins, 3-3, were tough  bears, clawing the Blythewood Bengals, 26-10 on LHS homecoming 2010.

    The 16-point Lancaster win came after two tough home defeats, including a 17-14 overtime loss to Ridge View last week.

  • Vols' man in motion

    Andrew Jackson High School senior two-way starter Darrien Henderson stays on the move for the Volunteers’ football team.

    Henderson, a 5-9, 180-pounder, rarely gets a break during AJ games.

    The Vols’ four-year varsity member is in his second year as the starter at quarterback. He also leads the defense at safety.

    “Due to injuries, he’s been thrust into a lot of different roles on the team this season,” Andrew Jackson coach David Moore said. “He’s stepped up with our injuries.”

  • Vols hold on, deck Jackets 21-12

     BUFORD – Andrew Jackson survived 137 penalty yards to hold on and defeat county rival Buford, 21-12 in a bone-rattling Conference IV-AA thriller at Buford on Friday night.

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  • Lady Bruins top Trojans in...