Today's Sports

  • Vols vex Warriors, 47-24


    INDIAN LAND – Andrew Jackson’s ball-hawking defense came up with six turnovers and a blocked punt to lead the Volunteers to a 47-24 victory against Indian Land on IL homecoming night at the Reservation on Friday, Oct. 25.

  • Big Thursday golf tourney to tee...


     The University of South Carolina team, comprised of Gamecocks and Lancers supporters, will seek to defend its title in the 2013 Big Thursday Scholarship golf tournament.

    The 12th annual golf tournament is set for Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Lancaster Golf Club.

  • Roddey Edgewater champ


    Mike Roddey shot a 154 (78-76) to capture the Edgewater Golf Club championship held Sept. 21-22.

    Roddey posted a five-shot win, with Rick Arrington finishing second with a 159 (78-81).

  • Lady Vols, Jackets host playoff...

     The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers open the Class AA Upper State volleyball playoffs as they host Pelion at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28.

    The AJ girls, led by coach John Verdugo, earned the top seed after winning the Conference IV-AA title for the third time in the last four seasons.

  • Wright comes on strong


    BUFORD – Buford senior lineman Santrez Wright, in terms of his football progress, has gone from a question mark to an exclamation point.

    Buford High School offensive line coach Wes James wasn’t quite sure about Wright’s future contribution as a player a few seasons back.

  • Springs Memorial team tops field...


    The Springs Memorial Hospital team was in top form in taking the win in the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s 24th annual Rub of the Green golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Thursday, Oct. 17.

  • Carolina Speedway hosts special


    Carolina Speedway in Gastonia will host a major race this weekend.

    The three-day event opens today and will continue Saturday and Sunday.

  • Four Warriors players, AJ’s King...


    Five Lancaster County high school football players – four from Indian Land and one from Andrew Jackson – swept the week eight awards at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

  • Northern Guilford High names...


    Johnny Roscoe, the former Lancaster High School football coach, retired from coaching after a 42-year career last winter, but this fall he’s stayed close to the game.

  • County skid to end Friday


    Two weeks of county high school football futility is going to end Friday night.

    At least one game will have a county winner as week nine of the 2013 regular-season high school football campaign unfolds.