.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • IL seeks to extend streak

    Indian Land, off to its best start in school history, puts its unbeaten 6-0 mark on the line in hopes of a happy homecoming to highlight week seven in county prep football play.

    The Warriors host Cheraw in a battle of unbeaten teams in Conference IV-AA play.

    In other action, Lancaster, coming off a homecoming win, is bidding for a solid start in Region III-AAAA play at Rock Hill.

    Buford will host Andrew Jackson in a battle of county foes seeking to boost their playoff hopes with a league victory.

  • Lady Vols sweep Buford in...

    Andrew Jackson swept a home volleyball match with county and Region IV-AA foe Buford on Tuesday.

    The Lady Vols swept the Lady Jackets, 3-0 in the varsity match, 25-10, 25-14, 25-16.

    In the junior varsity match, the AJ girls downed Buford, 2-0.

    The Junior Lady Vols prevailed, 25-22 and 25-15.

    Earlier in the week, AJ fell to Chesterfield. AJ visited Cheraw on Thursday, while Buford hosted Lee Central.

    LHS swimmers to state

    The Lancaster High School swim team will compete in the state meet in Columbia on Saturday.

  • Lancaster High golf team...

    The LHS girls golf team continues to improve its record with an unbeaten 8-0 mark.

    Lancaster posted its lastest win, downing Northwestern on Thursday at the Rock Hill County Club.

    The LHS girls shot a 204 to NWHS’s 210.

    Anna Jenkins of NWHS was the medalist with a 38.

    Indian Land High participant, Alexandria McCain, led the LHS team effort with a 44, while Carly Funderburk continued her steady play with a 48.

    Carley Snyder improved her score, firing a 53. Rachel Hovis shot a 59 and Madison Sullivan had a 69.

  • Coaches honor Warriors' trio

    RICHBURG Three Indian Land High School football standouts reaped honors for their play in week five of the 2010 high school football season during the Founders Tri-County Football Coaches Association weekly meeting on Tuesday.

    Warriors’ standouts Rondreas Truesdale, Marc Morris and Reggie Wyatt were saluted for their play in the unbeaten Warriors (5-0) 49-7 win over North Central in Boonetown.

  • Team Crenco winner in Brooklyn...

    Team Crenco captured the title in the first Brooklyn Springs Elementary School PTO golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Friday afternoon.

    Team Crenco, which posted a 16 under, included Hal Crenshaw, Ronnie Funderburk, Tim Beckham and Ronnie Collins.

    “We just made some key putts,” Funderburk said. “The prizes were nice, too. The tournament was fun and we’re looking forward to next year.”

    Beckham aided his team’s effort with the longest drive on No. 5.

  • Trio launches region play

    Region play – the second season – is highlighted by a county clash Friday night.

    Unbeaten Indian Land, 5-0, visits Andrew Jackson as a county headliner.

    Buford also opens region play as the Jackets venture to Pageland to battle the unbeaten Central Eagles.

    Lancaster, hoping for a happy homecoming, caps a three-game home stretch with a visit from Blythewood, a Midlands Class AAAA foe and former region foe.

    Indian Land High football coach Mike Mayer said the Warriors will hope to extend their win streak against a tough Andrew Jackson squad, 2-3.

  • Blackburn winner in Limited Late...

    Steve Blackburn highlighted action at Lancaster Motor Speedway, capturing the Limited Late Model win Saturday night.

    The Limited Late Models front row had heat winners Mike Huey and Chris Hargett. The division had two newcomers in Blackburn and Raymond Brown.

    When the green flag dropped, the field roared into turns one and two.

    Hargett spun out in front of the field, collecting half the field with him. On the restart, Huey had the lead, but a hard-charging Blackburn made his way through the field.

  • RV Blazers edge LHS in OT win

    Ridge View got its kick, and got its kicks.

    The Blazers’ Larry August, a first-year senior place-kicker, drilled a 22-yard field goal on RV’s only offensive play in overtime to lift RV to a 17-14 win over Lancaster.

    August’s field goal came after the Blazers’ defense, which stepped up big all night, stopped the Bruins on their offensive possession in the OT.

  • Lancaster tennis team rebounds...

    After two difficult region matches the Lady Bruins tennis team bounced back with two wins this week.

    Spartanburg proved to be more prepared for their encounter with the Lady Bruins defeating them 5-1 in a region match.

    Clover proved to be a difficult opponent and the Lady Blue Eagles defeated the Lady Bruins 6-0.

  • Warriors scalp Knights

     Indian Land High School football coach Mike Mayer’s concern about the Warriors’ starting strong was an afterthought by halftime.

    The unbeaten Warriors, off to their best start in five seasons, bolted to a 28-0 halftime lead on the way to a 49-7 road win over Class A foe North Central High School on Friday night.

    The Warriors used their share of big plays to pound the 1-4 Knights.