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Today's Sports

  • Vols, Bruins notch wins

    BUFORD Andrew Jackson and Lancaster each were shutout winners to highlight action in the sixth annual Founders Federal Kickoff Classic at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium on Friday night.

    The Volunteers of first-year head coach Elmer Bench posted a 7-0 win over Class AAAA Fort Mill and the Bruins followed with a 21-0 victory over county foe Indian Land.

    Host Buford forged an early 7-0 lead on No. 1 ranked Central of Pageland, but the Eagles rallied for 16 unanswered points in a 16-7 comeback win.

  • Rivalries launch season

    As one county coach put it this week, the Lancaster County high school football season, opens with a bang.

    “It’s a lot like NASCAR in that they have Daytona to start the season, the ‘Super Bowl of racing,’ each year,” said Indian Land High School football coach Mike Mayer. “With two county rivalry games to open the season, there’s a ton of interest on the games Friday, much like our own Super Bowl, but in two different locations.”

  • Buford High hosts thirdKickoff...

    The sixth Founders Federal Kickoff Classic made its third appearance at Buford High School on Friday night. When the jamboree was first established, the main idea was for the event to be played on a rotating basis among the Lancaster County high schools.  

    Buford High has played jamboree host more times than any other school, but for good reason.

  • LHS, IL debut in border battle

    FORT MILL – Lancaster High head football coach Bennie McMurray had a simple message for his Bruins in their Saturday jamboree at Fort Mill High School – show improvement over the last time out.

    LHS, on Friday night at the Chester County Jamboree, battled the host Cyclones to a 14-all draw.

    The Bruins responded to their fourth-year head coach as they posted a 23-7 win over Class AAAA Davie County High School of Mocksville, N.C.

    LHS bolted to a 16-0 lead on the way to the 16-point win in the Battle of the Border at FMHS’s Bob Jones Stadium.

  • BHS boosters drivers race sports...

    It was hot, hot, hot. These words can’t even hold a flame to the racing intensity that took place at Lancaster Speedway on  past Saturday night.

    It was all a fan would want in a race track. That was a little red mud, a little loud noise, a little beating and banging and some of the most exciting lead battles seen this season.

    Before the drop of the first green flag to begin the main events, everyone was buzzing about a reported problem at another local track that potentially could bring more cars to Lancaster for the main events.

  • Buford hosts Classic tonight

    The county football spotlight shines squarely on Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium as the sixth annual Founders Federal Credit Union Kickoff Classic unfolds tonight.

    The event, the final tune-up for county high school football teams, offers three clashes of a half of play.

    The action opens as Andrew Jackson tests Fort Mill in the 6:30 p.m. opener.

    The annual Lancaster-Indian Land battle highlights second period play at 7:30.

    Host Buford caps play as the Jackets will battle Central at 8:30.

  • Vols blank Jackets, 3-0

    CAMDEN  In a game which went to the wire, Andrew Jackson held on and held off Buford for a 3-0 win over the Jackets in the 34th annual Camden Shrine Club Football Jamboree on Friday night.

    Tyler Denkins’ 22-yard field goal with 3:16 left in the first of two periods lifted the Volunteers to the win at Camden’s Zemp Stadium.

    The Andrew Jackson shutout wasn’t sealed until the late stages when the determined Vols’ defense turned back a Buford threat inside the AJ 10.

  • Bruins battle Cyclones to 14-all...

    CHESTER  Ties usually don’t produce much glee, but after Lancaster High School coach Bennie McMurray saw his team battle highly-regarded Chester to a 14-all draw, the fourth-year LHS coach was pretty pleased.

    Lancaster and the host Cyclones fought to a stalemate in the Chester County Jamboree at Chester High School on Friday.

    “I was proud of the way we played,” McMurray said. “I thought we responded well and gave ourselves a chance at the end.”

  • Columbus Parker Track Club to...

    The Columbus Parker Track Club returned home with a national runner-up.

    Tyrek Salley earned the silver medal in the 9-year-old boys 1,500-meter race walk at the National Junior Olympics at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.

    The CPTC also had several other outstanding showings at the meet. Herbert Jones III was fifth in the boys 12 1,500-meter race walk.

    In the girls 8-year-old 1,500-meter race walk, Journei Spratt placed eighth.

    Two girls in the 13-year-old competition did well.

  • Reynolds to defend title

    Two-time defending Lancaster Golf Club champion Jeff Reynolds will seek his third straight crown this weekend in a field of 16 golfers.

    Reynolds, who has rallied to win the club championship in sudden death for two straight years, captured the 2008 crown on the first play-off hole. He and 2005 club champion Chris Johnson were tied at one-under 143 after 36 holes before Reynolds carded a par on No. 1 to take the win. His victory capped a dramatic rally in the final nine holes when he was down five shots.