Today's Sports

  • USCS Sprint Cars to return to...

    The new management at Lancaster Motor Speedway will be keeping a tradition alive, as the USCS Sprint Car Series will be returning to the half-mile dirt track in April and July.

    The first LMS race in April will be on April 7, while the second race will be July 21.

    The USCS sprint cars usually average around 16-20 cars everytime they come to LMS.

    The USCS Sprint Cars have brought the biggest crowds for the past three years to LMS.

    The sprint car fans fill the grandstands and pits every single time.

  • Tigers’ Wilkins to receive...


    CLEMSON – Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins has been named the recipient of the Bill Willis Award as the National Defensive Lineman of the Year by the Columbus (Ohio) Touchdown Club.

    Wilkins will be honored at the organization’s annual banquet Feb. 17.

    The junior from Springfield, Mass., was named a first-team All-American by the Football Coaches Association and the Sporting News and a second-team selection by Associated Press.

  • Chester native drains $10,000...

    Travis Jenkins
    Landmark News Service

    At Littlejohn Coliseum on Saturday, as Clemson battled Louisville in a pivotal ACC basketball clash, Chris Carns of Chester made the most impressive shot of the day, a 94-footer.
    Carns’ shot didn’t involve a backboard or a net. The Chester native, former Cyclones athlete and Clemson accounting major was plucked from the crowd and offered a chance to win $10,000. He sank a length-of-the-court putt to win the Roto-Rooter challenge.

  • Lady Jackets finish fifth in...

    Buford rallied from an opening round loss to post two wins and finish fifth in the annual Y.C. Winborn girls basketball tournament at Rock Hill High School on Saturday.
    The Lady Jackets, after a first-round 60-26 loss to host Rock Hill High, rebounded to down two Class AAAA schools, Lugoff-Elgin High School and Airport High School of Columbia.
    BHS wrapped up fifth place with a 34-30 win over the Airport Lady Eagles.
    Buford, up 14-13 at the half, used a 9-4 third-period surge to take a 23-17 lead going into the final eight minutes.

  • Rec soccer teams win state crowns

    From LCPRC release

  • Coach Dennie gave his Vols ‘...

    Memories. This time of year – Christmas memories are a part of the annual Yule celebration.
    Same is true for football.
    Memories are a part of the game.
    Late in the 2017 high school season, a former county coach passed away, leaving us with memories.
    That coach is former Andrew Jackson High School head football coach Duane Dennie, who guided the Vols 1981-86.
    Dennie was an intense coach who got the most of his players. He departed this life at age 64, way too soon. He was a cancer victim and it was a struggle at the end.

  • Gregory signs with Bobcats

    INDIAN LAND – High school football has a familiar drill – key work in the summer likely reaps an award come fall.
    For Indian Land High senior football star John Gregory, it worked into a bright future for the Warriors’ two-way ace performer.
    Last summer, Gregory attended a University of Pittsburgh football prospect camp and drew the interest of the Ohio University football coaches. The 6-2, 190-pounder made the OU coaches take notice with a 4.5 40-yard dash and a 4.2 shuttle run.

  • All-county football team ‘O’...

    The Lancaster News’ 2017 all-county offense sports its share of big-play performers.
    Buford High School senior quarterback Ryan Moore heads the team.
    Moore, an all-region selection, was named the Jackets’ Best Back for the 2017 season.
    Moore accounted for 2,000 total yards, with 1,400 yards passing. He hit 95-179 passes with 17 touchdowns. Moore ran for 600 yards in 148 carries with eight touchdowns. In his career, Moore accounted for over 4,300 yards and 57 touchdowns.

  • All-county football team defense...

    The Lancaster News’ all-county football defense has a rock-solid reputation for big hitters.
    The 2017 TLN defensive unit holds true to form, with the squad loaded with impact players.
    Indian Land High junior Robbie Csuhta, an all-region selection who had more than 100 tackles for the second straight season, racked up 127 total tackles, 84 solos,12 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.

  • An elite football trio: Watts,...

    The story of the 2017 Lancaster County high school football season was the Buford High School Yellow Jackets.
    Buford, coming off a 3-8 season in 2016, reversed the turnover margin and in doing so, flipped its record with a 7-4 finish.
    The Jackets, on their way to their third straight Class AA playoff bid, handed Region IV-AA football champion Lee Central its lone league loss, 28-27.