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Today's Sports

  • LFC U-18 team splits matches

    The U-18 LFC boys played two matches after two weeks off from competition Saturday. The club defeated Sumter 5-3 and tied Georgetown 2-2. The layoff did not interfere with the offensive progress the boys have exhibited this season. Scoring a total of 7 goals in two matches reenforces the philosophy of the club to attack beautifully with creativity.The directors have encouraged the players from the goalkeeper on up to look for scoring opportunities and to attack with courage and flair.

  • Bruins' secondary mainstay

    Bruins’ senior defensive back Brion Strothers has a lot to live up to in his Lancaster High football career, but so far he’s holding his own.Strothers, a senior defensive back for the 4-1 Lancaster Bruins, is following in the challenging footsteps of his older brother Anthony, a 2007 LHS graduate.Anthony Strothers, a Bruins football and baseball standout, was a two-time all-region pick in football as well as an honor student.

  • Lady Jackets post first league...

    The Buford Lady Jackets rolled to a 3-0 win to down Lewisville for their first Conference III-A volleyball win this season on Tuesday at home.The Lady Jackets, 3-6, 1-2, prevailed 25-22, 25-19 and 25-23.“I thought we played well and it was good to get our first Conference III-A win,” BHS coach Janet Watson said. “I thought we were in control.“Our floor coverage was good,” she said.

  • Trio seeking to rebound

    A trio of county teams will be seeking to rebound this week as the sixth week of play unfolds.Lancaster, Andrew Jackson and Buford will be looking to bounce back after dropping home losses.Indian Land, the lone winner last week, is hoping to continue its winning ways after winning on the road.Lancaster, AJ and Indian Land will be at home, while Buford hits the road.The Bruins, 4-1, cap non-region play as they host Nation Ford of Fort Mill.Andrew Jackson, 2-3, hopes to celebrate homecoming with a victory in its Conference IV-AA open

  • County quartet reaps Tri-County...

    Four Lancaster County athletes were spotlighted at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting Tuesday.Two Indian Land players and one player each from Lancaster and Andrew Jackson were honored.Tyler Watkins and Keyadd Miller led the Warriors’ honorees in IL’s 20-0 win over North Central.AJ’s Ricky Wilson and Lancaster High’s Casey Truesdale each earned recognition.Watkins graded 89 percent on run plays which helped IL produce two 100-yard rushers – Breyon Williams (

  • Bulldogs trip AJ in 24-14 win

    KERSHAW – Camden used a ball-control “grind-it-offense” to amass 437 yards of total offense and defeat pesky Andrew Jackson High School 24-14 at rain-soaked Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.The game was a defensive struggle as Camden’s Addison Harrelson’s 29-yard field goal was the only points of the first half.“We made a couple of mistakes tonight that probably would have been,” AJ coach Louis Clyburn said.

  • Turnovers thwart Bruins

    Opportunistic Northwestern High School rained on Lancaster High School’s football parade on a rainy Friday night.The second-ranked Trojans, 5-0, took advantage of LHS turnovers to knock the Bruins from the unbeaten ranks in a 27-7 win at Memorial Stadium.A trio of turnovers – two fumbles and an interception – helped NWHS build a 20-0 halftime lead on the way to the 20-point win.“We dug ourselves a hole and never recovered,” LHS coach Bennie McMurray said.

  • Late score lifts Lions over...

    BUFORD – The Buford Yellow Jackets hosted the Lewisville Lions, sloppy conditions, as well as a Conference III-A football clash Friday night. The Jackets and Lions were deadlocked through this contest until the game’s waning moments.Lewisville converted a key turnover to turn back the Jackets, 21-12.Buford, 2-3, 0-2, was the first to strike, coming off a 53-yard touchdown run from junior running back Andrew Jennings.

  • Warriors' second-half...

    BOONETOWN – This time, in timely fashion, Indian Land finished in a flurry.Warriors’ coach Mike Mayer said the manner Indian Land had finished games in two of its three losses had been an IL concern.“We hadn’t finished the game well and if we had, our record would probably be better,” Mayer said. “Those past games we couldn’t do much about. Tonight, with the game in the balance, we stepped up and made a statement with our second-half play.

  • AJ Middle, South win to set up...

    Andrew Jackson Middle School and South Middle School each posted shutout wins to set up a football showdown at AJ on Thursday.AJMS, which defeated South last season, improved to 3-0 with a 16-0 win over Camden Middle School on Wednesday.South Middle School, on a road trip to Winnsboro, rolled to a 28-0 win over Fairfield Central Middle School at Fairfield Central High on Wednesday.In the AJ Middle win, the 3-0 Vols forged an 8-0 halftime lead and added a second-half score to seal the win.Javaris Clyburn dashed 10 yards and added the two-point