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The lingering impact of the winter storm, which hit early Monday morning, has put the Lancaster County winter sports schedule on ice this week.
In a rematch, the Buford Middle School wrestling team gained its mat revenge.
Buford capped a banner hardwood weekend on the road, taking a 74-61 win
over Class A foe McBee High School on Saturday night.
The Jackets, coming off a road win over rival Andrew Jackson on Friday,
The Indian Land Lady Warriors used a late spurt to spark a 45-36 win over
Class AAAA Rock Hill on Saturday night in the IL gym.
The Indian Land girls’ nine-point win gave the Warriors a split of the
KERSHAW – The Buford boys basketball team opened the 2011 portion of their schedule the way they closed 2010 – a win over county rival and region foe Andrew Jackson on the Volunteers’ home floor.
The No. 5 Lancaster boys’ final tuneup before the Bruins tip off region play showed LHS hitting on all hoops cylinders.
The Andrew Jackson girls continue to roll as they launched the 2011 portion of their schedule with a solid 47-18 win over North Central in a varsity split at the NCHS gym in Boonetown on Tuesday night.
The Lancaster High boys rolled to a season’s sweep of South Pointe for a hoops split with the host Stallions on Tuesday night in Rock Hill.
The Bruins were in control from the start in an 81-46 win over the Stallions.
Northwestern bolted to a 35-6 lead and held off a Lancaster rally to take a 58-24 win over the Bruins in prep wrestling on Tuesday night.
Frank Overcash caps a 24-year college football officiating career, working the BBVA Compass Bowl at Legion Field in Birmingham, Ala., on Saturday.
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