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Today's Sports

  • Lancaster High swim team sweeps...

    The Lancaster High School swim team rolled in its opener Thursday, Aug. 30.

    The Bruins topped the three-way meet with 240 points, followed by Hartsville 42 and Chester 9.

    Following are the meet results:

  • I-77 Speedway hosting annual...

     

    The annual Chester County Shrine Club Race will be held Saturday, Sept. 8 at the I-77 Speedway.

    Race proceeds will go to the Shriners Hospitals For Children.

  • LHS girls open with tennis win

    The LHS girls tennis team opened its season with a strong 6-0 win against South Pointe Thursday, Aug. 30th in Rock Hill.

    The win was capitalized by 6-0, 6-0 wins from the team’s No. 1 and No. 2 singles players, Lyndsey Hegler and Sara Hicks.

  • Lady Bruins hoping to build on 3...

    Lancaster High School volleyball coach Betsi O’Shields hopes the Lady Bruins’ fast start will be a boost for region play.

  • Bruins' Jackson, IL's...

    A pair of Lancaster County high school football standouts led the first honorees at the opening meeting of the Founders Federal Credit Union Tri-County Football Coaches Association.

  • Teams seek to rebound

     

       

    It’s the week of rebound for Lancaster County high school football teams in week three.

    All four teams will be looking to bounce back from losses in week two last Friday night.

  • Lancers hosting Pioneers today

     

       

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancer soccer teams will be in action today as the USCL teams will host Region X foe Spartanburg Methodist in a twin bill at the new USCL soccer field.

  • LMS fans treated to exciting...

     

       

    In the Super Street main, Brandy Baker and Jody Bigham produced quite a show for the fans, with the night ending in a protest.

  • Hames-led Wildcats roll to...

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    BLACKSBURG – Blacksburg’s Nick Hames produced big play after big play to spark the host Wildcats to a 32-14 win over Indian Land on Friday night at BHS’s Campbell Stadium.
    The Wildcats’ win gave Blacksburg its first win over IL since 2002.
    Hames keyed the Cats, 1-1, with a 65-yard punt return for a touchdown and an 83-yard pass reception in the 18-point win.
    “That Hames is a heck of a player,” IL coach Mike Mayer said. “He really hurt us tonight.”

  • Hames-led Wildcats roll to...

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    BLACKSBURG – Blacksburg’s Nick Hames produced big play after big play to spark the host Wildcats to a 32-14 win over Indian Land on Friday night at BHS’s Campbell Stadium.
    The Wildcats’ win gave Blacksburg its first win over IL since 2002.
    Hames keyed the Cats, 1-1, with a 65-yard punt return for a touchdown and an 83-yard pass reception in the 18-point win.
    “That Hames is a heck of a player,” IL coach Mike Mayer said. “He really hurt us tonight.”