Today's Sports

  • Vikes deal Bruins second...



    Spartanburg held on to complete a Region III-AAAA sweep of host Lancaster High School on Wednesday night.

  • Warriors blitz Lions in prep...


    Indian Land had matters pretty much in hand as the Warriors notched a 57-12 wrestling win over Lewisville in Richburg on Wednesday night.

    IL pin winners included Taylor Pendleton, Jonathon Rowe, Brad Newell, Eric Komorous, Rondreas Truesdale, Will Cox, Michael Bryant and Marc Morris.

  • Bruins upend No. 1 Indians



    Lancaster High’s Region III-AAAA basketball opener was an eye-opener.

    A packed and rocking LHS gym saw the Bruins stun No. 1 Gaffney in a 67-62 win over the Indians on Saturday afternoon.

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  • Lady Indians hold off Lancaster...

    The Lancaster High School girls, back at home tonight, will be looking to rebound in region home basketball play.

    The Lady Bruins, in the opener of a varsity twin bill with Gaffney, dropped a tough 39-38 loss to the Lady Indians.

  • Buford Middle wrestlers shine in...

    Buford Middle School wrestling coach Kris Self said the Jackets’ effort in the middle school state qualifying tournament on Saturday at Fort Mill High School was a “banner day.”

    “It was really an outstanding day for us,” Self said.

  • Bruins knock off No. 1 Gaffney

    The Lancaster Bruins, in action for the first time in over a week, showed they were in sync with an impressive 67-62 win over No. 1 Gaffney Indians on Saturday night.

    The Region III-AAAA opener, slated for Friday night, was played Saturday afternoon, LHS's first game in over a week with county schools closed due to the winter storm.

    The Bruins, in a seesaw battle with the defending Class AAAA state champions, took control midway the  fourth period with a crucial 12-1 run to take a 62-54 lead with 2:40 to play.

  • IL's Jacobus to coach North...




    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School girls basketball coach Tamara Jacobus will be in the state spotlight in mid-March.

  • Coaches reschedule games...

    As Lancaster County high school winter sports teams return to play this week, the schedules, which were frozen for the better part of last week with the winter storm’s impact, are beginning to take shape with make-up dates for prep basketball and wrestling.

  • Wilson to lead LCPRC



    In an historic move, Sherry Wilson has been named the new Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission director.