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Today's Sports

  • Meadows to play in Friendship...

    Cameron Meadows, a fifth-grade student at North Elementary School, has been selected to participate in the People to People Ambassadors Program in Austria this summer.

    Meadows, who will play basketball in the Friendship Games, was selected following a recent interview.

    In addition to the basketball, Meadows will visit several World War II sites and learn about Austria’s culture.

    The People to People Sports Ambassadors Program was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956.

  • Bruins claw Bearcats

    Lancaster High School baseball Senior Night was special, capped by a solid 6-3 win over Region III-AAAA foe Rock Hill High School.

    The three-run LHS win marked the final home game for retiring LHS baseball coach Steve Williams, who was honored prior to the start.

    “It really was a special, special night,” said Williams. “We came out and played well. Nick gave us a quality effort on the mound.”

  • Bruins wing Eagles in rain-...

    The Lancaster High School baseball team made the most of a rain-shortened game, taking a 7-1 road win over Clover in Region III-AAAA play Friday night.

    LHS hurler Evan Byrd, 2-0, worked five frames for the win, allowing five hits, two walks and a run. He struck out one.

    LHS, 7-9, 5-5, was led by Bryan Gainer, who had two hits, including a double, and drove in five runs. Nick Ferguson, who had a RBI, had two hits as did Michael Catoe and Jimmie Jordan. Josh Warfield had a hit and Brion Strothers drew a walk and scored twice.

  • Lady Vols battling in soccer...

    KERSHAW – For the Andrew Jackson High School girls soccer team, the injuries began just over a month ago and it’s been a battle this spring.

    AJ junior Sommer Zusin sprained her leg as the injury bug began to land its hard bite. Then, freshman Rebecca Johnson bruised her hip, sophomore Katherine Killingsworth hurt her leg and junior Brooke Watts sprained her ankle.

    Then, sophomore Allison Kelly limped off the field during a tournament match against Blue Ridge.

    AJ girls soccer coach Ronnie Wall said he knew he had to make a decision.

  • LHS's Williams retiring

    Lancaster High School baseball coach Steve Williams is hanging up his Bruins’ baseball cap for good at the end of the season.

    Williams, 54, will retire with the close of the Bruins’ 2008 campaign. In addition to his LHS coaching duties, Williams is also retiring as a physical education-health instructor and football coach at A.R. Rucker Middle School.

    Williams, who has taught and coached for 32 years, including 29 in the Lancaster County School District, cited “health issues” as a major reason in his decision.

  • Bruin booters trip York in...

    The Lancaster High soccer team posted its first region win, taking a 3-2 home victory over York on Tuesday night.

    The match was decided on penalty kicks as? Drew Christensen, Michael Simpson, Charlie Harrell, and Matt White scored to give LHS the win.

    LHS keeper O'Neal Simpson made two brilliant stops to aid the win.

    LHS held a 1-0 halftime lead as White tallied on an assist from Graham Taylor. In the second half, White struck again only two minutes into the second half on an unassisted goal.

  • Crusaders sign Threatt

    BUFORD – For Buford High School senior volleyball player Taylor Threatt, she needed only one visit to decide on her college journey.Threatt, a standout student and volleyball player at BHS, signed with North Greenville University in Tigerville where she will play the next four seasons for the Crusaders’ volleyball team.“When I visited there, it felt right,” Threatt said.

  • Multi-Cultural Information...

    The Multi-Cultural Information Center is hoping that its new location will further its purpose of helping ethnic groups better assimilate to life in Lancaster County.

    On Saturday, the organization will hold an open house from 2 to 6 p.m. at its new location – a mobile classroom at Brooklyn Springs Elementary School. The organization is renting the mobile classroom from the school district.

    Attendees can get information about the center’s English as a second language programs, basic computer classes and referral services for civic and professional needs.

  • Bassmasters launch 2008 season

    The Lancaster Bassmasters, an area sportfishing club, opened its 2008 season with a pair of tournaments.

    The Bassmasters’ opener was March 1 at Lake Murray where Craig Denton won first place and Chad Sims finished second. Denton and Sims were also the team winner at the Midlands tournament. Sims was the non-boat winner.

    Bobby Reeves reeled in the big fish.

    The club’s second tournament was held March 29 at Wateree Marina at Liberty Hill.

  • Dixie Hall inducts Solesbee, two...

    Lancaster Dixie Softball turned an impressive triple play Saturday morning as the 2008 season began at the Springdale Recreation Complex.

    A Lancaster area softball trio, in a rare, but impressive way, joined elite company.

    The late Chuck Solesbee along with the Lancaster Southern Belles/Debs program and the Lancaster Dixie Softball U-12 program were inducted into the Dixie Softball Inc. Hall of Fame.

    “For this district, this is truly an honor to have all three join the hall of fame,” said District II Dixie Softball Director Tommy Bailey of Chester.