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Today's Sports

  • LHS trio is triple threat

    The success of the Lancaster Bruins offense will fall on the shoulders of the LHS senior backfield trio – seasoned running backs Ant Foster and Farrika Grier along with ever-improving quarterback Jamias Shropshire.
    The LHS trio can get it done with their arms and legs.
    “They can be among the best trio to ever come through here,” Lancaster High third-year head coach Bobby Collins said. “They’re a big key to the offense.”
    Shropshire likes the confidence.

  • Cato boots LHS to win

    Lancaster High School sophomore kicker Jacob Cato drilled a 25-yard field goal with 12.7 seconds left to lift the No. 6 Bruins to a 16-14 win over Class AAAAA foe Fort Mill High School at Memorial Stadium on Thursday night.

    Cato's game-winning kick, his first-ever varsity football field goal, was set up by a clutch 55-yard return by Bruins' senior defensive back C.D. Catoe.

    LHS, 2-0, visits Chester on Friday night.

  • Carolina Clash, River Wars head...

    Lancaster Super Speedway will host its biggest racing night of the 2016 season Saturday night.
    The Sept. 3 racing card will feature the ever-popular Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series.
    Hometown drivers Josh Langley and “The Rock Hill Bad Boy,” Ben Watkins are set to defend their hometown track from the likes of Johnny Pursley, on a hot streak of late winning four straight races and moving up the rankings on DirtonDirt top 25 rankings at No. 23.

  • Buford-Lewisville game reset

    The Buford vs. Lewisville varsity football game, set for Friday, has been moved to Thursday at 7 p.m. The game was moved to Thursday night at 7 with the forecast of heavy rain in the Lancaster area.

  • LHS swimmers rout York

    The Lancaster High swim team evened its record at 1-1 with a region home win over York, 287-37.
    The LHS boys prevailed 147-15 and the Lady Bruins won, 140-22.
    Meet results:
    200 meter relay – 1. Lancaster (Mills, Houghtaling, Spencer, Henry), 2. (McDow, Walker, Denyer, Ihm); 1. Lancaster (Page, Caravaca, Cuella, Cunningham) 2. (Wright, Rogers, Reid, Bravo) 3. Lancaster (Russell, Tipton, Palmeri, Wilson)
    200 freestyle – 1. Mallory McDow, 2. Morgan Ledford, 4. Jadah Twitty; 1. Braydon Powers, 2. Will Funderburk, 3. Jonathan Wade

  • County trio reaps honors at...

    FORT MILL – Three Lancaster County high school football players were honored for their play during week one at the kickoff meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill on Tuesday.
    Indian Land High School players Jake Locklear and Brandon Dickerson were saluted along with Andrew Jackson’s Isaiah Parker.
    Dickerson, in IL’s 41-35 overtime win over Buford, was 5-5 on extra points and had a touchback on a kickoff to earn the Division II Special Teams Player of the Week.

  • Bruins host FM in return

    Lancaster opens its home schedule, with the hope for better results going back to its last two games at Memorial Stadium.
    The Bruins, who dropped losses to Broome and Wren to cap the 2015 season, are looking to get off on the right foot as Class AAAAA foe Fort Mill visits Friday night.
    The Bruins-Yellow Jackets clash is one of four games involving county teams.
    Andrew Jackson, coming off a road win over Aynor, is home to face University Christian of Jacksonville, Fla.

  • CPTC salutes banner track season

    A season of splendid success was saluted at the annual Columbus Parker Track Club banquet at A.R. Rucker Middle School cafeteria on Saturday night.
    The team, named for its first coach the late Columbus “Big Daddy” Parker, celebrated 68 medals won over the course of the season, April to August.
    The team, some 62 athletes ages 6-18, competed in district, regional and national meets during the season.

  • CPTC salutes banner track season

    A season of splendid success was saluted at the annual Columbus Parker Track Club banquet at A.R. Rucker Middle School cafeteria on Saturday night.
    The team, named for its first coach the late Columbus “Big Daddy” Parker, celebrated 68 medals won over the course of the season, April to August.
    The team, some 62 athletes ages 6-18, competed in district, regional and national meets during the season.

  • Andrew Baker double winner at...

    Andrew Baker captured a pair of wins to highlight Lancaster Super Speedway action Saturday night.
    Baker, in the Montgomery Towing Super Stock main event, was on the front row with Jason Gulledge. At the green flag, Andrew Baker, Gulledge, Brandy Baker and Elias Grant battled for the lead entering turn one. Exiting turn two, Andrew Baker led while Gulledge and Brandy Baker battled for second.