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Today's Sports

  • Swim team rolls to win over...

    The Lancaster County swim team upped its record to 2-0, dunking Camden 452-87 in summer swim league action Tuesday at the Lancaster County Pool.Jory Pettit led the LCST with four firsts in the individual competition.Gracie Scott, Coulter Jackson, Emily Durant, Chandler Hinson and Pagan Glenn each had three firsts. Jonah Faile, Ashley Abbott, Cody Brown, Tanner Knight, Kailee Glover and Marshall Jackson each had two firsts.The Sharks visit to Camden on Saturday for a 9 a.m. meet.

  • National League 8 stars rally to...

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball National League AA all-stars bounced back in the rubber game to capture the 8-year-old city championship on Tuesday night at Wylie Park field five.The NL stars rallied for an exciting 12-11 win over the American League AA all-stars in decisive game three.The best-of-three series opened Saturday when the NL stars took a 15-10 victory, but the determined American League stars sent the series to a third game with a solid 19-9 win over the Nationals on Monday night.In the seesaw game, the AL stars tallied four in the fifth innin

  • Newberry signs Massey

    Lancaster High School football star Taniel Massey returned to his alma mater Thursday to do something for his future.Massey, in the distant future, has aspirations of returning to LHS one day to be the Bruins’ football coach.In order to do so, he needs to have a college education, which was the purpose of his return to LHS.Massey, a four-year starter for the Bruins, will continue his education and football career at Newberry College after signing with the South Atlantic School.“My goal is to come back here and coach the Bruins,&rd

  • Foursome's -25 tops Taylor...

    The winning foursome posted a two-shot win to capture the title in the fourth annual Jimmy Taylor Memorial Sr. golf tournament at Bermuda Run Golf Club on Saturday.The winning foursome of Kevin Logan, Rick Best, Curtis Wilson and Will Lowery shot a 25-under over 18 holes to take first place and $1,000 prize.The tournament featured a captain’s choice format with a combined handicap.

  • McGuirt takes checkers in super...

    The Lancaster Motor Speedway action was on as soon as the race started in the super stock four division.

  • M-G has repeat winner

    Chris Johnson and partner Steven Threatt were repeat winners in the 28th annual member-guest golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Sunday.Johnson, the 2005 LGC champion, and Threatt teamed for a two-day total of 131 (64-67) to post a one-shot win over Jeff Reynolds and Brian Smith.The 2008 tournament drew 40 teams.Reynolds, the 2007 club champion, and Smith teamed for a 132 (68-64).A year ago, Johnson and Threatt, a cancer survivor, shot a 126 (63-63) to notch a seven-shot win.Johnson said teamwork was the key over the week

  • P-31 splits in League V play

    The Lancaster American Legion Post 31 senior team split in a pair of recent League V games.The P-31 seniors defeated Fort Mill at Fort Mill Post 43 on Friday, but dropped an 8-6 home loss to Chester on Monday night in League V play.In the loss to Chester, Ross Maiden took the mound defeat. He worked two innings and allowed five runs, five hits and two walks.Maiden fanned one.

  • National League 7 all-stars...

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball National League 7-year-old all-stars completed a sweep of the American League all-stars, taking a 22-9 win in five innings Monday night at Wylie Park field five.The Nationals opened the best-of-three series, taking a 13-3 victory on Saturday.The Nationals used a 10-run third inning to take control of the game.Griffin Gardner and John Michael Faile each had four singles to lead the NL stars’ win. Gardner scored three runs and Faile tallied a run.Gillis Robinson had three singles and scored twice.

  • National stars win

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball National League all-stars captured wins in the opening game of the AA city championship tournament on Saturday at Wylie Park’s field five.

  • Juniors' rally tops Post 34

    Lancaster Post 31 juniors’ Adam Eubanks capped an exciting win, doubling home Trey Cauthen to lift P-31 to an 8-7 win over Rock Hill Post34 at Eggleton Field on Friday night.Cauthen reached on an error to open the bottom of the ninth with the game tied at 7-all.Eubanks then capped the extra-inning win with his clutch double to center field.Junior American Legion baseball teams play regulation seven innings.Cauthen, on the night, had a hit, scored a run and drove in a run.Zack Rollings, who worked 2.2 innings in relief, was th