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Today's Sports

  • Sharks notch win over host...

    The Lancaster County swim team Sharks posted a win over host Kershaw, downing the Stingrays, 440.5-114.5.

    Gracie Scott, Noah Phillips and Chris James led the LCST with four firsts in the meet.

    Emma DeVenny, Elizabeth Catoe, Cody Brown, Simon Wright and Logan Phillips each had three firsts.

    Taylor Lindsay posted two wins to boost the LCST effort.

    Kershaw was led by Luke Sowell, Victoria Joyner and Jennifer Truesdale who had two firsts apiece.

    Lancaster hosts its annual banquet on Monday at the Springdale Recreation Center.

  • P-31 juniors rebound, stay alive...

    The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion baseball junior team stayed alive in the double-elimination state tournament with an 8-5 win over Georgetown on Thursday morning.

    The 14-7 Lancaster juniors opened the tournament in Marion, dropping a 5-1 loss to Beaufort on Wednesday afternoon.

    Post 31's win Thursday moved it to a 4:30 p.m. clash today when it faces the winner of the Marion vs. York game played later Thursday. Marion is seeded second, while York, which finished fourth in League V, is seeded sixth.

  • York foils juniors' run

    York played the spoiler for the Lancaster Post 31 junior American Legion baseball team at the state tournament in Marion on Friday afternoon.

    Lancaster, facing its League V foe in an elimination game, saw Post 66 rally late to notch a 12-6 win and dash the P-31 juniors’ postseason hopes.

    P-31 starter Zack Rollings pitched well in posting four shutout innings with four strikeouts and two walks.

  • Dixie Boys 14s alive in state...

    The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14-year-old all-stars stayed alive in the state tournament with an 8-3 win over Spartanburg on Monday night.

    Jordan Brock was the winner in five innings of work, striking out seven. He allowed four walks, four hits and three runs. Tanner Gardner went two innings and struck out four. He gave up a hit.

    Kendall Knight led the offense with two hits and drove in two runs. Drew Hopper had two hits. C.D.  Pelham, Tripp Wright and Brock each had a hit.

    Beaufort downed the Lancaster 14s, taking a 7-2 win on Sunday.

  • Langley's YG victor Saturday

    Josh Langley took the checkers in the Young Guns main event Saturday night at Lancaster Speedway.

    It was a spirited battle that took place between Langley and Austin Baker. Baker swapped the lead several times with divisional rivals Brandan Blackmon, Nathan Geist and Andrew Yandle.

  • Belles capture state title

    The Lancaster Southern Belles softball all-stars highlighted an exciting finish to capture the state championship and a berth in the World Series on Wednesday night in Seneca.

    The Belles, after dropping their first postseason loss, rebounded to down Saluda 5-4 in nine innings to  wrap up the state crown and Series bid to Sumter. The Belles’ regulation games are seven innings.

    Saluda had defeated Lancaster 5-4 in nine innings earlier Wednesday afternoon to force a decisive second meeting that night.

  • Caroway savors Cooperstown...

    The Carolina Reds, a Rock Hill area 12U travel baseball team, recently participated in one of the most celebrated tournaments in America at Cooperstown Dreams Park in Cooperstown, N.Y.

    The Reds include 10 players from Rock Hill, one from Indian Land and one from Lancaster.  Versatile Lancaster player Jordan Caroway saw the majority of his tournament action at second base. He also saw time at shortstop, the outfield and pitcher.

    Caroway, a rising eighth grader at A.R. Rucker Middle School, said the Cooperstown experience was a career highlight.

  • Dixie Boys 14 stars win, play...

    The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14s all-stars stayed alive for the state championship and a bid to the World Series with an 8-0 win over Lexington on Wednesday night.

    The shutout win advanced the Lancaster Dixie Boys 14 stars to the state title game with Beaufort on Thursday night in Lexington.

    The Lancaster 14s have to beat Beaufort twice to take the title and a Series berth.

    The game was completed after The News’ deadline for Friday’s paper. See Sunday’s paper, or check The News’ web site, www.thelancasternews.com.

  • Robinson, Terry tie for LJGA win...

    Corey Robinson and Austin Terry each shot a 74 at Edgewater to lead the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association play on Monday.

    “Those scores were from the gold tees which is an outstanding number on a very difficult golf course,” Lancaster chapter director Raymon Chisom said.

    Robinson padded his boys 15-18 age division lead with his fourth win this season, giving him 100 points. Terry is second in the overall points with 79 and Dalton Bradley is third with 67.

  • Crenshaw's 35 highlights...

    Garrett Crenshaw paced play as the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association returned to action after its annual mid-season break.

    Crenshaw, in the boys 10-12 age division, registered the chapter’s first sub-par showing for the 2009 season. Crenshaw shot a 35 over nine holes from the red tees.

    Crenshaw’s effort included an eagle and three birdies.

    Crenshaw’s effort pushed him to second overall in the points with 58.