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Today's Sports

  • Wildcats capture tournament title

    Carolina Wildcats, a Lancaster area 16U boys basketball AAU team, recently won the Pre-Memorial Day Invitational held in Forest City, N.C., on May 16-18.

  • Warrior wrestling deserves...

    Moving cafeteria chairs and tables, moving mats from school to school and maneuvering old weight room equipment before practice – this is what has gone on for the last seven seasons at Indian Land Elementary and Middle schools as the one of the most successful high school teams in the county, the ILHS wrestling team, scrambles to find a place in which to practice.

    This team, with season records like 17-7, 17-5, and 20-5 the last three years, has broken win records and consistently dominated the competition in the area.

  • Pineville foils Post 31 twice

    Pineville Post 337 played the spoiler twice on Wednesday night in American Legion baseball.The Pineville senior team rolled to a 16-3 win over Lancaster at Harvey Eggleton Field in the P-31 home opener.The Lancaster Post 31 Legion junior team also fell to Pineville, which took a 12-9 home win over the P-31 team.In the senior game at Lancaster, Pineville scored at least one run in every inning but one on the way to the 13-run win.Lancaster used three pitchers in the game as Jordan Workman, Evan Byrd and Tyler Vaughn each worked the mound.

  • Playoff decides LCH title

    In one of the most exciting finishes in the 10-year history of the annual Lancaster Children’s Home Endowment golf tournament, former club champion Phillip Knezevich and his partner Steve Hoke captured the  title.Knezevich, a former Lancaster High golf standout who is also a top golfer at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster, teamed with Hoke to shoot a two-day total of 132,Knezevich-Hoke posted a 64 on Saturday and shot a 68 on Sunday.The eventual victors had to beat the team of Scott Caskey and Tim Beckham in a four-hole playoff.

  • Post 31 takes two wins in...

    Lancaster Post 31 captured two wins in the Dalzell Preseason Legion baseball tournament, downing host Dalzell-Shaw 17-7 in five inning and Bishopville 8-4.

  • Crate late models spark LMS...

    Under Carolina blue skies, fans began filling the stands Saturday at Lancaster Speedway to witness some of the best local crate late model talent.

  • Willis posts ace at Waynesville

    Lancaster native Pat Willis recently carded a hole-in-one while playing the Dogwood Course at the Waynesville Country Club in Waynesville, N.C.

  • Homers boost P-31 seniors to...

    The Lancaster Post 31 senior team used the long ball to down the junior squad 7-2 in P-31’s annual senior vs.

  • Buford honors Jackets' elite

    BUFORD – Buford High School’s athletic best took top billing as the Jackets held their annual athletic awards night in the BHS gym on Thursday night.A host of athletes were honored, with senior baseball star Christian Dickson among the elite.Dickson, the Jackets MVP, was named the Conference VIII-AA Player of the Year.

  • Bruins' defense delivers

    The 2008 Lancaster High School spring football game had a mixed message for Bruins’ third-year head coach Bennie McMurray.The Lancaster defense was stellar in posting a 73-24 win over the LHS offense, which had its struggles over the better part of the afternoon session.“The defense outshined us today. They did a great job,” said McMurray after the 90-minute scrimmage which pitted the offense against the defense.