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Today's Sports

  • Clark's dash delivers win

    YORK – Lancaster, in dire need of a late spark, got a dash of offense to lift the unbeaten Bruins to a 28-16 win over York at the Cougars’ Pratt Field on Friday night.LHS senior running back Jamias Clark, who ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns, provided the game’s pivotal run with a determined 53-yard scamper to seal the 12-point win.Lancaster, up 21-0 at the break thanks to a stellar opening half, sputtered offensively in the second half and allowed the pesky Cougars to claw back in the game with a 16-point surge to make it 21-16.Yo

  • Lady Jackets fall to McBee at...

    The host Buford Lady Jackets dipped to 2-3, 0-1 in prep volleyball as they dropped three games to Conference III-A foe McBee on Thursday.The loss left BHS with a 1-2 week.“Our team is fundamentally where we need to be,” Buford coach Janet Watson said. “Our inexperience is hurting because we’re young.

  • Foursome's 54 tops field in...

    The team of Allen Dempsey, Craig Cassedy, J.T.

  • Knight shines for Vols

    Andrew Jackson High School senior offensive lineman Dylan Knight’s in his final season with the Volunteers, but his shining example is what new AJ coach Louis Clyburn hopes to build his program for the future.Clyburn, as Knight notes, likes to see the AJ players excel not only on the football field, but in class and in the community.“He put us in the mindset that if you’re going to do something, then do it well,” Knight said. “It sets a standard.

  • County quartet reaps Tri-County...

    RICHBURG – Four Lancaster County high school football players drew recognition during the meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday.Each week during the prep football regular-season, coaches from Chester, Lancaster and York counties meet at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg to honor top performers from the previous week’s games.Lancaster High School senior defensive lineman Casey Truesdale, Andrew Jackson’s Dylan Knight, Indian Land’s Chad Carlton and Luke Lambert garnered accolades in t

  • LHS faces toughness fray

    Lancaster seeks to remain unbeaten, while Andrew Jackson looks to get even.

  • Speedway has night of beating,...

    Before the Lancaster Motor Speedway main divisions started action, LMS held its second annual faster pastor race which included four preachers from four different churches. The preachers drove four of the super stock four cars. They made a few laps around the track and on the last lap Rev. Charles Hammond from the Unity ARP Church made a pass and charge for the win to take home the checkers.u In the super stock four, it was all Chase Wilson. As soon as the green flag dropped, Wilson jumped to the lead with Ray Adams second.

  • Central gets offensive, spoils...

    INDIAN LAND – The debut of “The Reservation” was a downer.Class AA’s fifth-ranked Central Eagles were birds of prey as they used a solid effort to blank Indian Land 35-0 in the Warriors’ 2008 home opener.Prior to kickoff, the Catawba Indians, led by Chief Donald Rogers, dedicated the IL field which was once part of the Catawba’s nearby reservation in neighboring York County.The ceremony was pretty much the highlight for the home team.

  • Harris team's 59 tops...

    For the second straight year in the annual Rotary golf tournament, the Mark Harris team has posted a narrow win.A year ago, the Harris foursome prevailed in a card playoff with a birdie.This time, Harris teamed Jerry Williams, Gerald McInnis and Jerry Seegars to shoot a 59 for a one-shot win.“A win in this tournament was pretty good work because this was our strongest field in recent memory,” tournament director Evan Scott said.

  • Speedway hosting second faster...

    The second annual faster pastor race is on tap for Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway.A year ago, the first race featured pastors racing in golf carts, but the second race will have them running in super stock four cars.“We really appreciate the super stock drivers allowing these pastors to use their cars for this special race,” said Jesse Adams, the track chaplin who also is the youth pastor at Pleasant Dale Baptist Church. “They were unselfish in allowing them to use their cars for this race.