Today's Sports

  • Bengals sweep Bruins



    The Lancaster Bruins had a tough night on the hardwood, dropping a pair of non-region games at Blythewood on Tuesday night.

  • 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.”