Today's Sports

  • Lady Warriors top Lady Vols for...



    The Indian Land Lady Warriors bounced back in the rubber match to down Andrew Jackson to capture the Region IV-AA volleyball title in a special play-off match Wednesday night at the Lancaster High gym.

  • Coaches salute Lancaster's...



    Lancaster High School senior quarterback Shaq Williams was the lone Lancaster County player honored at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association.

  • Trio faces elite foes Friday



    A trio of county teams face elite foes this week.

  • Lady Bruins second in region...

    The Lancaster High School girls cross country team finished second in the region meet held last week at Northwestern High School in Rock Hill.

    JeNae Jones finished eighth overall to make the all-region team for the second year in a row.

  • Area Clemson fans elated with...



    Area Clemson University football fans are pleasantly surprised at the success of the unbeaten Tigers.

  • LFC girls tie in home match

    The Lancaster Recreation Department played host to clubs playing soccer in the South Carolina Youth Soccer Association, (SCYSA).

  • Blackwood nets checkers at...



    With the Lancaster Motor Speedway season coming to a close two weeks ago, LMS drivers are still traveling around the local racing area in hopes of capturing a win.

  • Bruins deck Trojans

    Robert Howey


    ROCK HILL – Lancaster High’s gut-check drive gave the Bruins plenty of reasons to hold their heads high with a major Class AAAA football victory Thursday night.

    Bruins’ senior quarterback Shaq Williams capped what LHS coach Bennie McMurray called a “gut-check drive” with a yard plunge to lift LHS to a thrilling 23-21 win over No. 7 Northwestern at Rock Hill’s District Three Stadium.

  • Stallions’ late TD foils Jackets...

    BUFORD – A late Stallions’ charge zapped hopes of a happy Buford High School homecoming Friday night at BHS’s Jackets Stadium.

    The Lee Central Stallions, putting a damper on the Jackets’ hopes early on with a 14-0 lead, used Jamari Wright’s two-yard touchdown run with 12.2 seconds left to cap a 29-22 Conference IV-AA football win.

    The Stallions, 4-4, 1-2, notched their first-ever win over the Jackets, driving 61 yards in 11 plays to tally the decisive touchdown.

  • Eagles use early strikes to...

    Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    PAGELAND – The high-flying Central Eagles soared from the start on their way to a 40-0 Conference IV-AA home football win over Indian Land on Friday night.

    The Eagles, 6-2, 3-0, struck in a hurry in building a 20-0 lead midway the first half.

    Central owned a 26-0 lead at the end of the first period.