Today's Sports

  • Teamwork's crucial in...

    Teamwork was the key for the winning foursome in the 22nd annual Crenshaw Oil Company Partners for Youth golf tournament Friday, April 26 at the Lancaster Golf Club.

    The winning team of Roy Watkins, Bob Norwood, Bond Isacson and Jeff Tirpack combined for a 50.625 – 57 gross – to top a 136-player field.

  • Longtime girls coach leaving ILHS

    Tamara Jacobus, who molded Indian Land High School’s volleyball and girls basketball teams into state powers, is leaving the Lancaster County Class AA school.
    Jacobus, a McBee native, is moving to Class AAAA Clover High School, where she will coach the Lady Blue Eagles’ volleyball team and teach math in the school’s freshman academy. Her assistant coach will be former Indian Land volleyball and basketball star Jean Marie Harris.
    Jacobus said the move came after making “one of the toughest decisions” in her life.

  • Jackets roll on soccer senior...



    The Buford varsity soccer team improved its regular-season record to 11-3, 2-2 in region with a 4-0 win over Fairfield Central of Winnsboro at Jackets Stadium on Tuesday, April 23.

  • Lancers drop three of four to...

    The USC Lancaster Lancers dropped a 1-0 baseball loss to Pitt Community College on Sunday, April 19 in the nightcap of a Region X twin bill in Winterville, N.C.

    The loss capped a four- game series with the Bulldogs, who took three of four games from the Lancers.

  • Rucker honors sports standouts

    A.R. Rucker Middle School celebrated a banner athletic year with the annual Rams’ athletic awards on Wednesday, April 24.

    The Lancaster middle school honored student-athletes in five sports during the event in the Rucker cafeteria.

  • Emotional tourney win

    A beautiful, clear spring day greeted 92 golfers on Saturday, April 20 as they played in the 12th annual Matt Blackwell Foundation golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club.

  • LSS to host six divisions...

    Lancaster Super Speedway will feature six divisions of racing Saturday night, April 27.

    The LSS racing card includes the Heintz Performance Limited Late Models, Montgomery Towing Super Street, Deal 1 Auto Sale Crate Sportsman, Cauthen Motors Pure Street, Old School Vintage and  M&M Garage Muffler & Tire Extreme 4 (FWD).

  • Buford, AJ notch soccer victories

    The Buford soccer team moved its record to 10-3, 2-2 in Region IV-AA play, with a 4-0 win over Class AAA foe Crestwood of Sumter on Monday, April 22.

    The Jackets defeated Crestwood, 6-3 earlier in the season at CHS.

  • Fun, fellowship highlight...



    The Lancaster High School softball tradition, spanning the 1978-2010 seasons, was on display Saturday afternoon, April 20  at the LHS softball field for the first Lady Bruins’ alumni softball games.

  • LHS downs York, earns bid



    The Lancaster Bruins’ baseball team made LHS senior night memorable, taking a 5-1 Region III-AAAA win over York to earn a Class AAAA playoff bid Monday night.