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Today's Sports

  • AJ Middle School beats Buford 30...

    Andrew Jackson Middle School capped a second straight unbeaten football season, downing county rival Buford Middle School 30-6 on Thursday at Volunteer Stadium.The Vols, 7-0, opened a 30-0 halftime lead and cruised to the 24-point win.Javaris Clyburn opened the Vols’ scoring, tallying on a one-yard run.

  • Teams focus on playoffs

    Playoffs are the main focus as the Lancaster County high school football teams head into week 10 play.Friday represents the regular-season finale for Andrew Jackson, Buford and Indian Land, while Lancaster has its final regular-season home game before capping regular-season play next week.LHS, seeking to rebound, has a homecoming battle with Ridge View High School at Memorial Stadium.Buford and Indian Land are at home, while AJ is the lone traveler.Buford hosts the Athletes for Christ Rangers, a Charlotte area based home school football team

  • Lady Bruins topple Fort Mill in...

    The Lancaster High School girls’ tennis team launched the playoffs with a 6-1 win over Fort Mill at the J.P. Richards Complex at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster on Tuesday.In a match that saw several close scores, the 14-3 Lady Bruins rallied to win in two different third-set tiebreakers to seal the win.Haley Heath and the LHS No.

  • Lions lead Tri-County honorees

    RICHBURG – Lewisville High School had two players honored to lead the local award winners at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg.Lions honored were Jeremy Green and Zack Carter.Green was named the Division II Defensive Player of the Week for his play in Lewisville’s loss to Chester County rival Great Falls High School.Green racked up 16 tackles and caused a fumble to aid the Lions’ defensive effort.Carter also had a solid game as he had eight

  • Team's 57 tops Family...

    The winning foursome posted a three-shot victory in the first Family Promise golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday afternoon.The team of Larry Westcott, Larry Honeycutt, Rick Walters and Ron Burke teamed to card a 15-under 57 in the captain’s choice tournament.Family Promise is the organization of churches reaching out to help homeless families in Lancaster County.The winning team had a stellar day with two eagles, 11 birdies and five pars.Walters, the USC-Lancaster men’s golf team coach, said it was a matter of t

  • SAC salutes former county prep...

    Two former Lancaster County high school football standouts have been honored by the South Atlantic Conference.Kamaal McIlwain, who starred at Indian Land High School, along with Britt Blackmon, who played at Andrew Jackson, were honored by the SAC for their play in Newberry’s 32-21 win over 15th-ranked Wingate University on Oct. 18.McIlwain, a 5-10, 175-pound sophomore, was honored for the second time this season by the SAC.McIlwain, a NC defensive back, was named the SAC Defensive Player of the Week.

  • Bearcats rip Bruins in 31-0 win

    ROCK HILL – Rock Hill High head football coach Joe Montgomery called the Bearcats’ 31-0 Region IV-AAAA win over Lancaster on Thursday night the Bearcats’ “most complete game” this season.Lancaster will offer about as much argument to Montgomery’s claim as they did resistance to the Cats’ dominating performance at District Three Stadium.“We were able to control field position and didn’t give up the big play,” Montgomery said.

  • Eagles thump Vols for 12th...

    KERSHAW – The streak remains alive.

  • Jackets rally, clip Warriors

    INDIAN LAND – It was a cool October night Thursday as the Buford Yellow Jackets swarmed into “The Reservation” to battle the rival Indian Land Warriors.

  • McAteer is Jackets'...

    BUFORD – Brent McAteer is dedicated to Buford High School football.Football has been a part of his life since age 8 when he donned his first pair of pads.McAteer is so dedicated a shoulder with three tears couldn’t stop him from toting the ball for the Yellow Jackets last season.