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Today's Sports

  • Warriors' second-half...

    BOONETOWN – This time, in timely fashion, Indian Land finished in a flurry.Warriors’ coach Mike Mayer said the manner Indian Land had finished games in two of its three losses had been an IL concern.“We hadn’t finished the game well and if we had, our record would probably be better,” Mayer said. “Those past games we couldn’t do much about. Tonight, with the game in the balance, we stepped up and made a statement with our second-half play.

  • AJ Middle, South win to set up...

    Andrew Jackson Middle School and South Middle School each posted shutout wins to set up a football showdown at AJ on Thursday.AJMS, which defeated South last season, improved to 3-0 with a 16-0 win over Camden Middle School on Wednesday.South Middle School, on a road trip to Winnsboro, rolled to a 28-0 win over Fairfield Central Middle School at Fairfield Central High on Wednesday.In the AJ Middle win, the 3-0 Vols forged an 8-0 halftime lead and added a second-half score to seal the win.Javaris Clyburn dashed 10 yards and added the two-point

  • BHS's Ford puts team first

    BUFORD – Will Ford knows his way around athletics.

  • LHS tennis team blanks Stallions

    The Lancaster High girls tennis team opened region play with a 7-0 win over South Pointe on Tuesday night.The Lady Bruins started strong and didn’t drop a set while improving to 5-1 on the season. Morgan Gardner, Rebecca Simpson, Haley Heath and Sarah Gilreath notched 6-0, 6-0 victories.LHS visits Ridge View in region play on Tuesday at 5 p.m. Match results:Lyndsay Hegler (L) def. Gabriella Carpenter (S) 6-3, 6-3Morgan Gardner (L) def. Lierin Monteith (S) 6-0, 6-0Rebecca Simpson (L) def.

  • Week's late charge nets...

    The Carolina Clash highlighted racing action at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.Fans were on their feet with a host of legendary drivers in the field. Names like Dennis “Rambo” Franklin, Ricky Weeks, Jonathon Davenport and the young and talented Chris Ferguson were in the elite field.The 18-car lineup qualified on time. The night’s fastest time was Franklin’s 18.573. Before the race rolled, all the drivers lined up on the front stretch and were introduced.

  • LHS eyes No. 2 Trojans

    The week five Lancaster County high school football schedule features three teams at home, with plenty of eyes focused on the Lancaster-Northwestern game at Memorial Stadium.The non-region clash features a battle of unbeaten teams as each is 4-0.The game also matches a pair of coaches who rank among the state’s best and know each other well.LHS coach Bennie McMurray, a Lancaster native, coached under Trojans’ coach Jimmy “Moose” Wallace when Wallace was the Lewisville Lions’ head coach.

  • County trio reaps Tri-County...

    A trio of Lancaster County high school football players earned accolades at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday.

  • Rams roll in win over Jackets

    CHESTERFIELD – The Buford Yellow Jackets ventured to Chesterfield this week as they were the showcase opponent for the Rams’ homecoming. A year ago Buford was the victor in their match-up in the rain-plagued “mud bowl,” but that wasn’t the case this time around. Revenge-minded Chesterfield rammed the Yellow Jackets 39-0 Friday.The Rams wasted little time in this one with a quick drive that was capped off with a 12-yard touchdown reception by wideout Josh McCall from quarterback Akeem Johnson.

  • Pardue-led Vols blitz Warriors

    INDIAN LAND – Andrew Jackson spoiled Indian Land’s homecoming, rolling up 414 yards of offense en route to 35-12 spanking of the Warriors.The Vols, 2-2, rode the strong arm of senior quarterback Daniel Pardue, who lit up the Warriors for 200 yards and three touchdown passes. Running back Trent Flowers powered for 122 yards on 21 carries and two scores.“We played hard tonight,” AJ coach Louis Clyburn said. “We were fortunate to beat a good Indian Land team.

  • Clark's dash delivers win

    YORK – Lancaster, in dire need of a late spark, got a dash of offense to lift the unbeaten Bruins to a 28-16 win over York at the Cougars’ Pratt Field on Friday night.LHS senior running back Jamias Clark, who ran for 129 yards and two touchdowns, provided the game’s pivotal run with a determined 53-yard scamper to seal the 12-point win.Lancaster, up 21-0 at the break thanks to a stellar opening half, sputtered offensively in the second half and allowed the pesky Cougars to claw back in the game with a 16-point surge to make it 21-16.Yo