Today's Sports

  • 6th Family Promise tourney reset


    Area golfers who want to play in the sixth annual Family Promise of Lancaster County golf tournament can still register to play in the 18-hole event.

    The tournament was scheduled to be played Saturday, Aug. 17, but postponed to Saturday, Aug. 24 because of rain.

  • LSS to host Carolina Clash


    Lancaster Super Speedway will be invaded by the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series with $4,000 to win on the line on Saturday, Aug. 24.

  • Cycs rally, trip Bruins


    CHESTER – Lancaster came out strong, but the Chester Cyclones proved to be a force in capping the Chester Jamboree with a 14-3 win over the Bruins on Friday, Aug. 16 at Chester High School Stadium.

  • Dandy diamond opportunity


    Marc Rape delivered as a Spartanburg Methodist College pitcher.

    Now, he’s being summoned to fill a major void as a SMC baseball coach.

  • Teams set for jamborees


    Lancaster County high school football teams launch jamboree play with the four teams playing in three different jamborees this weekend.

    Buford and Andrew Jackson will play in the annual Camden Shrine Jamboree at Camden’s Zemp Stadium tonight.

  • Family Promise tourney Saturday


    Area golfers can still sign up to play in the  sixth annual Family Promise of Lancaster County golf outing on Saturday, Aug. 17 at the Lancaster Golf Club.

    Registration is at noon, with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start. A light lunch will be served at noon.

  • Williams to next level with...


    Lancaster native Matt Williams is moving to the next level.

    Williams, who served as pitching coach at junior college baseball power Spartanburg Methodist for eight seasons, is the new pitching coach at UNC Wilmington.

  • LSS hosts M&M Garage Muffler...


    Lancaster Super Speedway will host the M&M Garage Muffler and Tire Extreme 4 Showdown with $800 to win on the line.

    This division has been one of the most exciting divisions this season at the half-mile, with Mel Privette and David Laney leading the way with four checkers each.

  • ‘One for the old guys’

    Robert Howey
    Experience was the winner in the annual Lancaster Golf Club championship on Sunday, Aug. 11.
    “This one is for the old guys,” said an exuberant Mike “Red Man” Kennington just after he captured the LGC title with a one-under 143 (71-72) in the two-day, 36-hole event.

  • Results mixed in early scrimmages

    Robert Howey
    County coaches are hoping for better results as their teams battle in their second scrimmages this week.
    Coaches at Buford, Andrew Jackson and Indian Land noted mixed results in their first scrimmages.
    “We did some things well and then we have some areas we need to work on,” AJ coach David Moore said. “We have our share of youth and we know we’re going to have to grow up fast.”
    AJ visited Lee Central of Bishopville to play the Stallions at Keenan High School.