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  • Speedway has night of beating,...

    Before the Lancaster Motor Speedway main divisions started action, LMS held its second annual faster pastor race which included four preachers from four different churches. The preachers drove four of the super stock four cars. They made a few laps around the track and on the last lap Rev. Charles Hammond from the Unity ARP Church made a pass and charge for the win to take home the checkers.u In the super stock four, it was all Chase Wilson. As soon as the green flag dropped, Wilson jumped to the lead with Ray Adams second.

  • Central gets offensive, spoils...

    INDIAN LAND – The debut of “The Reservation” was a downer.Class AA’s fifth-ranked Central Eagles were birds of prey as they used a solid effort to blank Indian Land 35-0 in the Warriors’ 2008 home opener.Prior to kickoff, the Catawba Indians, led by Chief Donald Rogers, dedicated the IL field which was once part of the Catawba’s nearby reservation in neighboring York County.The ceremony was pretty much the highlight for the home team.

  • Harris team's 59 tops...

    For the second straight year in the annual Rotary golf tournament, the Mark Harris team has posted a narrow win.A year ago, the Harris foursome prevailed in a card playoff with a birdie.This time, Harris teamed Jerry Williams, Gerald McInnis and Jerry Seegars to shoot a 59 for a one-shot win.“A win in this tournament was pretty good work because this was our strongest field in recent memory,” tournament director Evan Scott said.

  • Speedway hosting second faster...

    The second annual faster pastor race is on tap for Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway.A year ago, the first race featured pastors racing in golf carts, but the second race will have them running in super stock four cars.“We really appreciate the super stock drivers allowing these pastors to use their cars for this special race,” said Jesse Adams, the track chaplin who also is the youth pastor at Pleasant Dale Baptist Church. “They were unselfish in allowing them to use their cars for this race.

  • Lambert's Warrior leader

    INDIAN LAND – Ask Indian Land High School football coach Mike Mayer who the best leader on the Warriors’ team is and he will answer in rapid fashion.“That’s Luke Lambert,” said Mayer of the 5-11, 155-pound senior defensive back-receiver. “He displays class and character on the field and in the classroom. He is a model student-athlete.”Lambert’s stats on and off the field are proof solidifying Mayer’s claim.No.

  • Lady Vols top Buford

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers outlasted country foe Buford, 3-2 for their first volleyball win this season.

  • County quartet garners honors at...

    Four county athletes garnered recognition at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday.Each week during the regular season, coaches from Chester, Lancaster and York county high schools meet at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg to honor top players from the previous week of play.Lancaster High School had two players – junior running back Zedrick Truesdale and junior offensive lineman Brian Williams – to reap honors.Andrew Jackson’s Dylan McKittrick and Indian Land’s Keyadd M

  • Watson picked for N-S all-star...

    No matter how the Buford High School volleyball team fares this season, Lady Jackets’ veteran coach Janet Watson will be coaching deep into the fall.

  • Buford, LHS seek to go 3-0

    The stakes are high Friday night when Lancaster and Buford tangle at BHS’s Jackets Stadium to highlight the third week of county prep football play.The county will have action aplenty as Indian Land hosts Central of Pageland and Andrew Jackson is at home to face Class A rival North Central.All games kick off at 7:30 p.m.County bragging rights will be at stake along with the chance to stay unbeaten when the Bruins and Jackets meet for the fifth time in the series.LHS, which holds a 3-1 edge in the series with BHS, will be seeking to stay

  • Bruins shell Fort Mill

    FORT MILL – The only thing wider than the Lancaster High School football players’ victory smiles was the margin of victory Thursday night.The 2-0 Bruins, who haven’t allowed an offensive touchdown this season, rolled to a 41-0 win over Class AAAA foe Fort Mill at the Jackets’ Bob Jones Stadium.Lancaster, 2-0 to open the season for the first time since the 2002 campaign, ignited for 21 first-half points and cruised to the lopsided victory over the Jackets.Fort Mill, 0-2, has been outscored 83-0 in two games.