Today's Sports

  • Rams net sweep of rival Mustangs

    Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    Rucker Middle School swept a basketball twin bill from rival South Middle at the Lancaster High School gym on Thursday night.

    The Lady Rams, in an impressive start, posted a 48-4 win over the Lady Mustangs

    The Rucker boys, in a much tighter game, completed the sweep with a 35-33 overtime victory over the Mustangs.

    The Rams' Ty Foster hit a clutch jumper to give the Rams a 35-33 lead and Rucker held on for the narrow win.

  • Lancaster splits in opener

    Ernie Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    The Lancaster Bruins protected their unbeaten mark with a 57-49 win over Blythewood in the LHS regular-season home opener Tuesday night.

    Lancaster, 4-0, was coming off the championship in the fourth annual Jackets Invitational at Buford High School last week.

    The Bruins’ eight-point win gave Lancaster a split of the non-region twin bill.

    In the opener, the Lady Bruins dropped a 57-48 loss in overtime to the Lady Bengals.

  • Lady Jackets open with solid win

    Buford High Lady Jackets’ coach T.J. Armbrust is confident about his BHS girls and the team’s opening night play reflected that solid maroon and gold hope.

    The Lady Jackets used a fast start to take control early on the way to a 53-38 win over Lewisville High in Richburg on Wednesday night.

    The Buford girls’ win in the BHS regular-season opener gave the Jackets a split.

    Lewisville captured the nightcap with a last-second 48-45 win.

  • First Mike Kersey Memorial...

    Staff Reports

    The first Mike Kersey Memorial Invitational will be held Saturday at Indian Land High School.

    The high school wrestling tournament, formerly known as the Warrior Invitational, is named in honor of the late Warriors’ wrestling coach.

    Kersey, who also taught physical education at Indian Land Elementary School, started the tournament which annually is held the first Saturday in December.

    He died this fall from injuries in an ATV accident.

  • BHS wrestlers confident about...



    Buford High School wrestling coach John Mahaffey, with the return of seven wrestlers, is confident the Jackets can have their share of mat success this season.

  • Soccer stars set for state



    Three Lancaster County Parks and Recreation youth all-star soccer teams will travel to Sumter on Saturday to compete in the South Carolina Athletic Programs state championship tournament.

  • Gamecocks in control for state...



    A coveted Southeastern Conference championship is a prize the University of South Carolina football team seeks in this day and age of college football.

  • BHS cheerleaders sixth in state...

    The Buford High School cheerleaders didn’t garner any gold or silver in the Class AA state competition Saturday in Greenville, but BHS cheer coach Julie Thompson said she was proud of the Jackets’ effort.

    Buford placed sixth in the elite state field with 227 points.

  • Bruins net finals berth



    Lancaster rolled into the Jacket Invitational Preseason basketball tournament title game with a second straight lopsided win.

  • Thrilling win gives North...

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission North small fry all-stars came up big Monday night in a thrilling 16-14 comeback win over Rock Hill at Memorial Stadium.

    The Lancaster North small fry stars drove 80 yards in three plays and 1:29 to capture the two-point victory and the Central District championship.