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Today's Sports

  • County small fry stars play for...

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation small fry all-star football team, ages 9-10, posted its third straight shutout to earn a bid to the Upper State title game on Saturday in Simpsonville.

  • Former Warriors’ star Truesdale...

    Former Indian Land High School football star Rondreas Truesdale has been named to the All-Gulf South Conference all-conference football team.

  • Summers takes first Picks crown

     

       

    Earlier this week, Greg Summers handed me a photo and asked if I had seen his new mug shot.

    To my surprise it was a squirrel wearing sunglasses and holding a peanut.

  • Lady Jackets split in Classic

    Buford split a pair of games in the Cavalier Classic, a preseason girls prep basketball tournament at Cuthbertson High School in Union County, N.C., over the weekend.

  • Bruins edge Lions in tourney play

     

       

    RICHBURG – Lancaster held on for a tough win to cap play in the Lions Tipoff Classic at Lewisville High School on Saturday, Nov. 24.

  • AJ Vols sweep Demons

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers launched their regular-season schedule with a home sweep of Class AAAA Lugoff-Elgin on Monday night.

    The Lady Vols rolled to a 64-27 win over the Lady Demons and the 3-0 AJ boys capped the broom job with a 73-65 win over L-E.

  • USC rules again in Palmetto Bowl

    A month from last Saturday is Christmas Eve.

    Yes, the yuletide season is upon us.

  • Vols net Invitational title

    Heath Joplin
    For The Lancaster News
    BUFORD – Andrew Jackson kept its court focus and earned an early-season goal Tuesday night, Nov. 20, at the Buford High School gym.
    The Volunteers, who set winning the fifth annual Buford Preseason Invitational as an early-season goal, swept to the crown with a 73-66 win over Class A foe McBee.
    AJ opened play Monday night, taking a 63-52 win over North Central.
    North Central, rebounding from the opening round loss to AJ, captured consolation honors with a 54-50 win over tournament host Buford.

  • Jackets hopeful for hoops season

    Heath Joplin
    For The Lancaster News
    BUFORD – Considering all the challenges facing the 2011-12 Buford High School varsity basketball team, BHS head coach Neil Couch enters his third season optimistic and upbeat.
    The 3-21 record paved the way for many players to gain valuable experience and court time.
    “I’m excited about this year’s team,” Couch said. “We have probably the deepest team since I have been here. That will allow us to play more of the style we want to play.”

  • Picks caps season with tight...

    Staff Reports
    How is it that Thanksgiving has passed and still there are turkeys among us?
    The fine flock of football forecasters is still here, but not for long.
    These bumbling birds are on their final week of pecking, uh, picking.
    Picks rules state that if there are no area teams in the high school football playoffs, then the Picks ends with the USC vs. Clemson game.