Today's Sports

  • Springs Memorial team tops field...


    The Springs Memorial Hospital team was in top form in taking the win in the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s 24th annual Rub of the Green golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Thursday, Oct. 17.

  • Carolina Speedway hosts special


    Carolina Speedway in Gastonia will host a major race this weekend.

    The three-day event opens today and will continue Saturday and Sunday.

  • Four Warriors players, AJ’s King...


    Five Lancaster County high school football players – four from Indian Land and one from Andrew Jackson – swept the week eight awards at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

  • Northern Guilford High names...


    Johnny Roscoe, the former Lancaster High School football coach, retired from coaching after a 42-year career last winter, but this fall he’s stayed close to the game.

  • County skid to end Friday


    Two weeks of county high school football futility is going to end Friday night.

    At least one game will have a county winner as week nine of the 2013 regular-season high school football campaign unfolds.

  • Lady Vols capture region...


    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers wrapped up the Region IV-AA volleyball championship with a 3-0 home win over Indian Land on Thursday, Oct. 17.

    The Lady Vols, 15-3, 9-0, swept the IL Lady Warriors, 25-13, 25-15 and 25-9.

  • Rams spoil AJ Vols homecoming...

    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – Chesterfield sprinted to a quick 21-0 first quarter lead and never looked back as the Rams spoiled Andrew Jackson’s homecoming, 48-13, Friday night in Kershaw.
    CHS quarterback Dillon Rivers threw five touchdown passes, completing 23 of 31 for 398 yards. David Grant snared nine passes, including three TDs. Chuck Jackson caught eight passes for 185 yards and a touchdown. Quan Watson rushed for 71 yards on eight carries, including two touchdowns.

  • Blue Eagles soar by Bruins

    For The Lancaster News
    CLOVER – The Clover Blue Eagles only wanted one thing for the 2013 homecoming – the first football win in 26 tries. They got it. Clover was dominant in its 42-21 win.
    The Blue Eagles (1-7, 1-3) put the pedal to the floor and didn’t let up. Clover, from the wing T formation, rolled up 304 yards on the ground and added another 138 through the air. Clover’s first win in three years came at the expense of Lancaster’s fifth straight loss.

  • Buford falls to Cheraw on Senior...

    Gregory A. Summers
    Two yards may as well be 100 for a team in the midst of a scoring drought.
    That notion rang as clear as the Cheraw sideline bell on Friday night when Buford High School fell to the Braves, 19-0, in region play.
    After time expired, the only thing Yellow Jackets football coach Mike Wells could do was stare at the same field shaking his head in the same fashion as BHS senior Troy Cunningham.
    Chances were there, but Buford just couldn’t finish.

  • Eagles down Warriors in Friday...

    Heath Joplin
    For The Lancaster News
    PAGELAND – The Indian Land Warriors took to the road Friday night hoping to notch their first road win of the year and also their first region win as well. That road however, led to Central High School of Pageland, where the Eagles once again are in the midst of yet another stellar season, defeating IL, 38-7.
    History also was not on the side of the Warriors. Entering the game, Indian Land was 0-7 in the last seven meetings with Central, giving up an average of 38 points per contest.