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Today's Sports

  • Drakeford keys ace tandem

    Lancaster High School senior Stephno Drakeford could be called the “other linebacker” in the Bruins’ defensive scheme this season.

    If so, Drakeford, a four-year member of the LHS varsity and a three starter on defense, doesn’t mind.

  • Drakeford keys ace tandem

    Lancaster High School senior Stephno Drakeford could be called the “other linebacker” in the Bruins’ defensive scheme this season.

    If so, Drakeford, a four-year member of the LHS varsity and a three starter on defense, doesn’t mind.

  • Offense key in LHS hopes

    Lancaster High School head football coach Bennie McMurray said the Bruins’ offense will play a “critical” role in LHS’s hopes Friday night in the Class AAAA state semifinals.

    The 10-3 Bruins visit Northwestern of Rock Hill to battle the No. 1 seeded Trojans for the chance to play for the Class AAAA Division II state football championship on Dec. 5 in Clemson.

  • Bruins slay Gators

    GOOSE CREEK – Buoyed by clutch defensive play, the Lancaster High Bruins kept their Class AAAA state football championship hopes solidly afloat at Goose Creek on Friday night.

    The big-play LHS defense delivered in the clutch to key a 28-20 win over the Region VII-AAAA champion Goose Creek Gators at the GCHS’s John Fulmer Field.

  • Red Devils' Bumgardner...

    There is a sign clearly posted in the Great Falls High School Library Media Center forbidding anyone to bring food, or drink into the area.

    An exception was made on Monday.

    A brief reception was held in honor of senior Gaither Bumgardner, who officially signed a baseball scholarship with USC-Upstate in Spartanburg.

  • Rematch ahead in Rock Hill

    Rematch ahead

    in Rock Hill

    Lancaster faces a rematch in the Class AAAA Division II state semifinals Friday when the Bruins travel to Rock Hill to battle Northwestern. Lancaster dropped a 27-7 non-region home loss to the Trojans in week five of regular-season play.  Northwestern won the Region III-AAAA regular-season title, meaning LHS will be facing a region champion for the third straight week. Greenwood, which fell to LHS 14-10 in the opening round, won the Region I title and Goose Creek, a 28-20 LHS victim, won the Region VII crown.

  • Hardwood Classic, Jackets...

    The Lancaster County Hardwood Classic, a preseason girls basketball tournament, opens play Saturday night at Andrew Jackson High, but the schedule has a slight change from the campus sites set earlier in the week.

    The opening game is at 7 when Indian Land faces Chester, with host AJ meeting Buford at 8:30. Lancaster and Chesterfield received first-round byes.

  • Carter's route full circle

    Lancaster High School senior wide receiver Shane Carter, along with a handful of his Bruins’ teammates, probably has a deeper appreciation of LHS’s 9-3 playoff season.

    Carter, a three-year starter and four-year team member, has seen the Bruins’ football program come full circle.

    Carter, along with linebacker Stephno Drakeford, place-kicker Anna Funderburk, center Tyler Outen and defensive lineman Travis Smith were members of the 2005 LHS team that went 0-11.