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Today's Sports

  • County pride at stake in openers

    The 2008 Lancaster County high school football season kicks off in a big way Friday night.County pride will be the major stakes in games involving the four teams.Lancaster will host county rival Andrew Jackson, while Buford will be at home to face Indian Land.The Bruins vs.

  • Grid history at fifth Classic

    The fifth Kickoff Classic had a twist of history Friday night in the Panhandle. The game marked the first time Indian Land High School had served as host.

  • Bruins lone Classic victor

    INDIAN LAND – Lancaster High School came home the lone county winner in the fifth annual Kickoff Classic at Indian Land High School on Friday night.The Bruins, in their first visit to IL’s newly named “Reservation,” rolled to a 23-0 victory over the Warriors, who hosted the prep football jamboree for the first time.Andrew Jackson opened play, dropping a 21-7 loss to Class AAAA foe Fort Mill.Buford, battling Class AA foe Central, fell to the Eagles 14-0 in the middle period of play.LHS coach Bennie McMurray said the Bru

  • CPTC celebrates summer of success

    A banner summer of track success was the focus at the annual Columbus Parker Track Club banquet at A.R.

  • Warriors tab LeRoy to guide...

    Indian Land High School has tapped a familiar face to lead its baseball program.Alan LeRoy, a former standout Warriors’ athlete and a member of the IL baseball coaching staff last season, is filling the vacancy left with the departure of former coach Kevin Durham.Durham, at the end of the 2007-08 school term, announced he was leaving Indian Land High School to return to his prep alma mater in Pendleton High School to serve as an assistant baseball coach.LeRoy, 29, said he’s excited about his new duties.“I’m thrilled to

  • Meet the Vols pleases AJ boosters

    A “quick release” and a good turnout highlighted the annual Meet the Vols at Andrew Jackson High School on Aug.

  • LHS boosters set special dates...

    The Lancaster High School Bruins Booster Club has set several special dates for the upcoming LHS football season.The Bruins’ Sept. 26 home game with Northwestern High School of Rock Hill has been designated as Rec Night.That night all youth football players attending the game and wearing their recreation jersey will be admitted for free at the gate.LHS’s Oct. 3 game with Nation Ford is LHS Military Night.All military personnel who show their identification will be admitted for $3.00.Lancaster High School’s Oct.

  • Classic caps jamboree play

    Tonight’s the last night it doesn’t count.Well, at least on the scoreboard.County teams will be in their final tune-ups as the 2008 prep football season draws near.The focus will be on Indian Land’s Warrior Stadium where the annual Founders Federal Credit Union Kickoff Classic will be played tonight.Andrew Jackson opens play as the Vols battle Class AAAA foe Fort Mill in the jamboree opener at 6:30 p.m.Buford follows as the Jackets tackle Class AA opponent Central of Pageland at 7:30.The night’s a

  • Reynolds' charge nets title

    Jeff Reynolds’ return to the Lancaster Golf Club throne had a familiar, dramatic flare Sunday afternoon.A year ago, Reynolds, facing long odds – down four shots in the final six holes, rallied to win in sudden death for his first-ever club championship.Ditto Sunday.Reynolds, down five shots entering the final nine holes, charged late to repeat as the LGC champion with a second straight sudden-death victory.“Jeff just seems to find another gear when it gets real competitive,” Lancaster Golf Club pro Phil Small said.

  • Bruins, Red Devils tie; Falcons...

    ROCK HILL – Lancaster High’s defense has been the Bruins’ bright spot in the preseason.On Saturday, the LHS defense delivered late to give the Bruins a scoreless tie with Class A foe Great Falls in the Herald Jamboree at District Three Stadium.GFHS, the Class A Division II state runner-up last season, mounted a last-ditch drive to the Bruins’ 12 where the drive stalled.On fourth-down, Red Devils’ quarterback Gaither Bumgardner, who had engineered the drive, came on to try a 29-yard field goal, but the line-drive attempt was