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Today's Sports

  • Sindarius biggest score may have...

     One parting shot as we put the finishing touches on the NCAA Tournament in Phoenix.

    Former Lancaster Bruins’ star Sindarius Thornwell capped his Gamecocks’ hoops career in grant style, hitting 118 points in USC’s five-game run to the Final Four.

    That’s an average of just less than 24 points a game, 23.6 to be exact.

  • USCS Sprint Cars run Saturday

    The United Sprint Car Series Thunder Tour, presented by K&N Filters, returns to Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    The event promises to be loaded with an action-packed sprint car racing program with some of the country's top-ranked drivers competing.

    The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars will have a full racing program, including their test and tune hot laps, the Hoosier Speed Dash, qualifying heat races and the main event.

  • Lady Bruins rout Ridge View, 15-0

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins improved to 11-0, 7-0 in region play with a 15-0 softball win over host Ridge View on Tuesday night.

    LHS scored 12 runs in the first inning and added three in the second for the win in three innings.

    Gracie Revels led the offense with three hits, including two home runs, four RBIs and scored twice. Ashley Abbott had two hits, scored three runs and drove in a run.

  • Unbeaten Lady Jackets blank NCHS

    The fifth-ranked Buford High School girls soccer team, 12-0, beat North Central, 6-0 Tuesday night.

    BHS senior goalkeeper Tory Knight recorded her 10th shutout of the season. Victoria Hinson and Emma Larson led the scoring with two goals each.

    Kaylee Ghent and Chaney Smith each scored one. Buford hosts Chester tonight.

    Lady Bruins win

  • Collins pleased with LHS...

    Lancaster High School head football coach Bobby Collins said he was pleased with the Bruins’ third annual liftathon held in the LHS gym Saturday.

    “We felt it went well,” Collins said. “We had a good turnout from the community with our parents and it was good to see our area board members, Mr. Bill Sumner and Tyrom Faulkner in here supporting our student-athletes.

  • LHS golfers net sweep

    The undefeated Lancaster Bruins golf team, 11-0, swept a three-way match with county golf opponents Buford and Andrew Jackson high schools on Tuesday at the Lancaster Golf Club.

    The Bruins shot a five-under 149 to top the field, with Brady Hinkle posting a three-under 33 to pace the LHS team.

    Trey Crenshaw carded an even-par 36 and Mason Tucker had a 39 and Baylee Evans finished with a 41.

  • Cubs set to open season on...

    The baseball team formerly known as the Carolina Marlins has a new name and home field.

    The Marlins are now the Carolina Cubs who play their home games at the Great Falls High School baseball field, located at Ballpark Road in Great Falls, 29055.

    All Cubs’ home games begin at 4 p.m.

    The Cubs, led by coach Kelvin Whitener, open their 2017 season Saturday when they play at 4 p.m. against the Antreville A’s at the GFHS baseball field.

  • Watkins dominates in Blue Ridge...

    Ben Watkins captured the win in the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model race to highlight action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    Watkins, the “Rock Hill Bad Boy,” and Timbo Mangum were on the front row after winning the heat races.

    The LSS fans were on their feet as these two Late Model drivers are two of LSS’s most popular drivers. Watkins, at the green flag, stormed to the lead, while Mangum, Brian Carswell, and Adam Yarbrough battled for second.

  • Historic weekend for Gamecock...

    Agony and ecstasy in garnet and black.
    Gamecock fans endured a wild 24-hour swing during Final Four weekend, with the men’s team falling one step short and the women achieving their dream.
    The women’s team won its first NCAA National Championship Sunday, beating Mississippi State 67-55. Coach Dawn Staley’s Gamecocks were in control most of the game but allowed a 9-0 run by the Bulldogs late in the third quarter that brought them within 4 points. Once they beat back that challenge, USC cruised to the win.

  • USC women’s team No. 1 in final...

    Gamecocksonline.com

    COLUMBIA – South Carolina women’s basketball continued to make history this week after earning the No. 1 ranking in the final USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll of the 2016-17 season.

    The top spot marks the highest finish ever for the Gamecocks, who downed Mississippi State 67-55 Sunday night to capture their first NCAA Championship.