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Today's Sports

  • Reynolds' charge nets title

    Jeff Reynolds’ return to the Lancaster Golf Club throne had a familiar, dramatic flare Sunday afternoon.A year ago, Reynolds, facing long odds – down four shots in the final six holes, rallied to win in sudden death for his first-ever club championship.Ditto Sunday.Reynolds, down five shots entering the final nine holes, charged late to repeat as the LGC champion with a second straight sudden-death victory.“Jeff just seems to find another gear when it gets real competitive,” Lancaster Golf Club pro Phil Small said.

  • Bruins, Red Devils tie; Falcons...

    ROCK HILL – Lancaster High’s defense has been the Bruins’ bright spot in the preseason.On Saturday, the LHS defense delivered late to give the Bruins a scoreless tie with Class A foe Great Falls in the Herald Jamboree at District Three Stadium.GFHS, the Class A Division II state runner-up last season, mounted a last-ditch drive to the Bruins’ 12 where the drive stalled.On fourth-down, Red Devils’ quarterback Gaither Bumgardner, who had engineered the drive, came on to try a 29-yard field goal, but the line-drive attempt was

  • Blackwood claims young guns...

    An exciting night of racing opened with the young guns main event Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway.An early caution came out when leader Austin Baker and Brandon Blackmon, who was second, were racing hard for the lead and made contact with each other in turn two. Baker pitted and Blackmon was carried off on the wrecker. Baker later returned.When the green flag dropped again, it was Andrew Blackwood leading. Blackwood held on strong and took the win.

  • Breaking News Crawford one step...

    Van Wyck's Shawn Crawford moved one step closer to bringing home another gold medal in the men's 200 meter at the Beijing Olympics.

    Crawford, the reigning 200m Olympic champion, qualified in the first round of competition Monday morning, coming in first in his heat with a time of 20.61. Crawford won the event in the 2004 Athens Olympics with a time of 19.79.

  • Jacktes, Vols battle to tie

    CAMDEN – Once again, county rivals Andrew Jackson and Buford will have to wait until it counts to claim football bragging rights.A year ago in the Founders Federal Credit Union Kickoff Classic at AJ, the hosts Vols and Jackets tussled to a 13-all tie. In their regular-season clash, BHS notched a 31-28 overtime win.They tangled again Friday night in the opening game of the 33rd annual Camden Shrine Jamboree at Zemp Stadium.

  • Johnson holds solid lead in club...

    Former Lancaster Golf Club champion Chris Johnson holds a five-shot lead heading into the final round of the club championship tournament today at the LGC.Johnson, playing from the white tees with the rest of the championship field, shot a sizzling 67 in the opening 18 holes Saturday.“Chris is going to be awful tough to catch with a five-shot lead going into Sunday,” said Fredrick Thomas of the LGC staff.

  • Francis Marion signs LHS's...

    A second member of the 2007-08 Lancaster High School girls’ basketball team is taking her game to the next level.

  • Reynolds set to defend club title

    Jeff Reynolds will defend his Lancaster Golf Club championship this weekend, seeking to top a field of 23 hopefuls in the two-day tournament.Reynolds, in capturing his first LGC title last August, won a second-hole playoff with Drew Walters, the USC-Lancaster golfer who finished as the runner-up medalist in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament earlier this summer.Reynolds, down as many as four shots in the final six holes last year, made a solid late charge to force the play-off with Walters.

  • Crawford launches run for more...

    Olympic gold medalist Shawn Crawford launches his quest for more Olympic fame when the first round of the 200 meters begins Sunday.Crawford, a Van Wyck native and a former Indian Land High School state champion, will be in the first-round competition at 10:05 p.m.

  • Teams look to jamborees

    With the county high school kickoffs two weeks away, teams will move their preseason schedules into area jamboree action.Buford and Andrew Jackson get the jump on their county grid brethren as they battle in the 33rd annual Camden Shrine Jamboree tonight at Camden’s Zemp Stadium.