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Today's Sports

  • Team honors top swimmers

    Staff Reports
    Following the annual Aquatics meet, the Lancaster County team, Makos and Tigers, honored their top swimmers for the 2011 season.
    The Lancaster County swim team was split to have two teams this season.
    “We had a great season and we felt it was a great decision to split the teams and form two teams,” said Lancaster County Aquatics Director Midenna Anderson.
    The awards were presented at an ice cream party for both teams.
    Listed below are the MVP swimmers for each team in each age group.

  • 23 CPTC athletes qualify for...

    Staff reports
    The Columbus Parker Track Club had 23 athletes to qualify for the National Junior Olympics at Lucy C. Laney Stadium in Augusta, Ga., on June 23-26.
    The CPTC, a Lancaster area youth track club, earned 34 medals in the competition.

  • Junior golfers visit Edgewater,...

    From release
    The Lancaster Chapter of the S.C. Junior Golfers Association split up this week to play at two venues.
    The 18-hole players were at Edgewater Golf Course and the younger players were at their home course in Lancaster.

  • DNR rewarding boaters who are...

    S.C. Department of Natural Resources
    Summer is here and it’s time to get out on the water with family and friends, but safety is always the number one priority. S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Law Enforcement is reminding the public of the lifesaving value of wearing a personal flotation device (PFD) or what is commonly referred to as a life jacket.

  • Lancaster Ozone stars sweep Rock...
  • Plenty of racing action at...

     

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be going “old school” Saturday night with the Vintage Division headlining the evening with a big race and an autograph session during intermission.

    Larry Wallace Black and his Gold No. 22 car will be at the track from 6 to 7 p.m. 

  • Sun City teams win at state

    Frank Kinder

    For the lancaster News

    The Sun City Carolina Lakes pickleball team brought home 28 medals, including 10 golds, from the first official pickleball events at the S.C. Senior Sports Classic, held May 21 on the campus of Francis Marion University in Florence. 

  • Gilreath on Carolina Reds team

    Staff Reports

    John Gilreath of Lancaster plays for the Carolina Reds 11U travel baseball team, which is based out of Rock Hill. Gilreath is the only player from Lancaster, but the other players represent Great Falls, Chester, Rock Hill, York and Clover.

    The team recently returned from a tournament in Omaha, Neb., held June 17-19.

    The tournament was the Omaha USSSA NIT World Series Qualifier. The Reds went 5-1 against teams from Louisiana, Colorado, Iowa and Oklahoma.

  • Ozones still alive in play

    Staff Reports

    The Lancaster Ozone all-stars stayed alive in the Dixie Youth district baseball tournament with a 10-0 win over South Spartanburg on Monday night. The tournament is being played at Gandy Field in the Wylie Park Complex.

    The 10-run win advanced Lancaster to the championship round today.

    Three Lancaster pitchers teamed to toss a no-hitter in the win over the SS stars.

    Christian Sinclair, who went two innings, struck out four and walked one.

  • Dixie Majors advance to state

    Staff Reports

    The Lancaster Dixie Majors boys, ages 16-19, claimed the District 3 championship by defeating York in a best two-out-of three series in York on June 29.

    In the first game, Lancaster downed York, 7-1.

    In game one, Brian Williams was the winning pitcher, going three innings with three strikeouts. Scott Mathis went two and one-third innings, struck out three and walked two. Justin Harper went one and two-thirds innings, struck out four, walked two and allowed one run.