Today's Sports

  • Resilient Lady Vols net IV-AA...

    Determined Andrew Jackson won a seesaw volleyball battle, lifting the Lady Volunteers to the Conference IV-AA championship in a 3-2 win over county foe Indian Land on Tuesday night in the Lancaster High School gym.

  • Bruins’ Williams, Foster reap...

    A pair of Lancaster High School football standouts drew top honors at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Rams charge to upend Mustangs

    A.R. Rucker  scored on a pair of second-half possessions to post an exciting 14-8 win over rival South on Monday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.

  • Tough foes ahead again

    Much like last week, the week nine prep football schedule finds two teams facing elite foes again.

    Lancaster, after battling No. 2 Northwestern, caps its 2010 regular-season home schedule as the Bruins face 6-2 Gaffney.

  • Eagles soar early in 38-0 region...

    Buford’s short bus ride to Pageland resulted in a long night on the football field as the top-rated Central Eagles soared to a 38-0 win on CHS homecoming 2010.

    The game, the Conference IV-AA opener for both teams, featured sloppy play on both sides, with Buford fumbling five times and Central tossing three interceptions.

    The opening kickoff was a sign of things to come as the ball bounced off a Buford player back to the waiting arms of an Eagle at the BHS 30.

  • Gardner hopes to lead LHS girls...

    Lancaster High School No. 1 singles player Morgan Gardner, a member of the LHS tennis team since the seventh grade, has seen the Lady Bruins earn a postseason bid each fall.

    This season, her final as a LHS senior captain, Gardner would like to see the Lady Bruins go as far as possible on the court.

    “We make it to the first round and hopefully this year we can make it by the first round and go all the way,” she said. “That would be nice.”

  • Lady Bruins netters down Gaffney

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins tennis team improved their region record to 3-2 with a 5-1 road win over Gaffney High School on Monday.

    The girls departed the bus in an aggressive mood and quickly jumped on the offensive in most of the single matches and No. 2  doubles.

    Morgan Gardner displayed an aggressive attack as she won the first single, 6-1, 6-2.

    Sara Hicks after a slow start finished strong in defeating the second singles player, 2-6, 6-3, and 10-5.

  • Speedway hosting annual awards...

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will hosts its annual awards night on Saturday at the half-mile oval.

    Lancaster Speedway officials will honor the top five drivers from every division, plus some special awards.

    Barbecue plates, at $6.00 each, will be sold from 5-7 p.m. Entertainment will include music and the popular cornhole game.

    The infield gates open at 4 p.m., with free admission. LMS officials urge fans to bring youngsters, who can get their favorite drivers autograph.

  • Lady Jackets host tourney...

    The Buford High School volleyball team will host the Best in the Nest volleyball tournament on Saturday.

    The 10-team field features five teams in each pool. Pool A features South Pointe of Rock Hill, McBee, Ninety Six, Hartsville and host Buford.

    Pool B features York, Central High of Pageland, Piedmont, North Central and Lancaster. Play opens at 8:30 a.m., with the championship match at 6 p.m. The consolation match will also be at 6.

  • Belk's versatile lineman

    Lancaster High School’s 2010  homecoming week has a little different meaning for Bruins’ senior offensive lineman Dustin Belk.

    Belk, the six-foot, 265-pounder, is back to his trench roots this week as the LHS offensive line has been revamped in order to give the Bruins’ attack some needed punch in the running game.

    Belk, a four-year member of the LHS varsity and a three-year starter, launched his career at guard where he returned this week.