Today's Sports

  • Bruins down Vols, Indians

    Robert Howey
    Lancaster prevailed in a high-scoring non-region game with Andrew Jackson, taking 13-8 win over the host Vols on Friday night.
    The five-run win pushed the Bruins’ diamond mark to 5-1.
    C.D. Pelham, one of three pitchers used by the LHS, was the winner in four innings of relief work. Pelham, who has a win and two saves, allowed no hits and struck out 11. He gave up one run.

  • Depth key in LHS boys soccer...



    The 2012 boys Bruin soccer team is comprised of upperclassmen with years of experience playing with each other.

  • Lady Vols top Lady Bruins, 2-1

    Andrew Jackson, fresh off capturing the Lancaster County Classic preseason softball tournament championship, downed county rival Lancaster, 2-1 at the LHS field on Tuesday night.

    Angela Sims’ second-inning two-run double proved to be the difference for the Lady Vols in the one-run win.

  • BHS honors winter stars



    BUFORD – The stars of Buford High School winter sports nights took center stage at the annual BHS winter sports awards Monday night in the school’s auditorium.

  • Lancers push mark to 14-3

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers’ baseball team improved to 14-3, capturing five wins in their last two outings.

    USCL swept three games from the Greensboro College junior varsity team over the weekend and then took a pair of games from the Limestone University jayvees on Monday.

  • Speedway car show Saturday



    The annual Lancaster Motor Speedway’s car show is Saturday at the old Big Lots parking lot on the S.C. 9 Bypass East.

    The parking lot, located adjacent to Zaxby’s, is where LMS car shows were held in the past.

  • LHS shutout nets crown

    The location was different, but the same result.

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins soccer team captured its fourth straight preseason tournament  championship with a 6-0 win over York on Monday night at Memorial Stadium.

  • Defense keys Lady Vols to...



    BUFORD – Andrew Jackson captured the title in the third annual Lancaster County Classic softball tournament, taking a 3-1 win over county foe Indian Land on Saturday night at the Buford High School softball field.

  • Smith's common factor in...

    He’s the coach with the common name, yet in state prep basketball, he’s the standard for excellence – a household name on the high school hardwood.

  • Waugaman seeking to continue BHS...

    The Buford High School Lady Jackets’ softball team has new leadership, but the BHS girls are hoping to continue their diamond success this spring.

    Buford, 23-9 last season, has a new coach in Howie Waugaman, no stranger to the BHS softball program.