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Today's Sports

  • Foursome captures Hyde Park...

     

    The foursome of Will Ellis, Brett Hicks, Kenny Starnes and Brandon Starnes teamed to win the seventh annual Hyde Park Baptist Church’s Sports Ministry golf tournament Saturday, Aug. 23 at the Kershaw Golf Club.

    The winning team, which topped an 18-team field, earned $600.

  • Lynx Wrestling sets benefit to...

     

    Lynx Wrestling Alliance will host a special benefit wrestling event for Barbara Holland’s final expenses on Sunday, Sept. 21 at the Lancaster American Legion Building.

    Holland, who died Aug. 29, is the mother of pro wrestlers Rex Rumble and Kid Chaos.

  • SECA Crates return for LSS run

     

    The SECA Crate Late Models will be returning to the big half-mile of Lancaster Super Speedway along with the Rear Wheel Drive 4-Cylinder Division Saturday night, Sept. 13.

    The SECA Crate Late Models will be qualifying Saturday night.

  • Coaches honor county quintet

     

    Five Lancaster County prep football players were honored for their week two play at the Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 9.

    A trio of Indian Land High School players were honored for their play in the Warriors’ 28-23 road loss to Blacksburg.

  • Lancaster High swim team posts...

     

    The Lancaster High School swim team opened the season with a pair of wins in a tri-meet with Midlands foes Ridge View and Blythewood.

    LHS defeated Ridge View 224-67 and Blythewood, 180-137.

  • Teams in host role Friday

     

    County prep football teams are hoping the home field edge plays a key role in their games Friday night, Sept. 12.

    All four county teams, in contrast to last week when all were on the road, will be in the host role this week.

  • Harris back to hoops at Allen

     The Allen University basketball program, in hoops terms, garnered a big rebound Friday, Sept. 5 in the Lancaster High School media center.

    Avery Harris, a former LHS hardwood standout, signed to play at Allen University.

  • Knight captures exciting Super...

     

    Jeff Knight highlighted action at Lancaster Super Speedway, taking the Super Street main event Saturday night, Sept. 6.

    Knight and Justus Harrington were on the front row. When the green flag fell, Knight, Andrew Baker and James Marion roared into turn one battling for the lead.

  • Bruins bruise Cavs, 20-6

    Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    PONTIAC – Richland Northeast made history, but the special night belonged to the Lancaster Bruins.

    Lancaster, playing in the first on-campus varsity football game at RNE, forged a 20-0 lead on the way to a 20-6 win over the Cavaliers on Friday, Sept. 5.

  • Wildcats hold off Warriors, 28-23

     Lee McManus

    For The Lancaster News

    BLACKSBURG – The margin can often be small, the line thin between winning and losing.

    The Indian Land Warriors found that in their 28-23 road loss to the Blacksburg Wildcats on Friday, Sept. 5, a loss Indian Land coach Mike Mayer called "humbling."