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Tremaine Jackson’s comeback season for the Andrew Jackson High School football team has earned a nomination as an Old Spice Player of the Year.
KERSHAW – Host Andrew Jackson prevailed in a Region IV-AA basketball sweep of county rival Buford, but the varsity broom job wasn’t achieved in similar fashion.
One of the Lancaster Bruins’ longest basketball road trips of the season was just that – a long night.
The Buford Yellow Jackets capped regular-season wrestling competition, taking a 50-30 road win over North Central on Thursday night.
The Jackets’ 20-point win evened the BHS mat mark at 11-11 on the season.
Indian Land notched a second wrestling win over county rival Buford High School, taking a 46-31 victory over the Yellow Jackets on Tuesday night.
IL rallied from an early deficit to post the 15-point comeback win.
The Indian Land used a hardwood hard charge to complete a Region IV-AA doubleheader sweep of host Buford on Tuesday night.
The Lady Warriors opened the twin bill, posting a 68-30 victory over the Buford girls.
The Lancaster High boys, opening a key three-game road stretch, kept pace in the Region III-AAAA race with a 66-53 win over Rock Hill to cap a league sweep for the Bruins on Tuesday night.
KERSHAW – In a make-up game, Andrew Jackson and Indian Land each came out looking good.
In the Region IV-AA twin bill, the Volunteers and Warriors each posted a win in the AJ gym on Saturday night.
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