For The Lancaster News
INDIAN LAND – A key turnover turned away Indian Land’s hopes of a football win Friday night at the IL Reservation where the Lewisville Lions roared to a 42-7 win.
Lewisville’s Malcolm Means took the wind out of Indian Land’s momentum drive, intercepting IL’s Dalton McGuirt’s pass and returning it 75 yards for a touchdown early in the third period.
The pick six gave Lewisville a 28-7 lead on its way to the 35-point win over host IL.
The Lancaster Lady Bruins’ tennis team is hoping to develop a solid lineup from top to bottom for the 2012 season.
The LHS girls retrun a solid cast, including three senior standouts at the top of their lineup.
The trio includes Lyndsey Hegler, Sara Hicks and Carley Adams.
Hicks was the team MVP last fall, while Adams earned the Lady Bruins’ Coaches Award.
KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School senior lineman Nick Ellis can play his share of positions on both sides of the football, but AJ offensive line coach Larry Cox notes Ellis’ greatest asset is as a “team player.”