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Today's Sports

  • Mangum wins in SECA Crate Late...

    Timbo Mangun captured his fifth win in the first of two SECA Crate Late Model races at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    Mangum took the win in dominating fashion in the 12-car field.

    In the second SECA Crate Late Model race Saturday night, Kelly Fegter, a Mount Ulla, N.C., driver in his first visit to LSS, took the checkers. Dillon Brown protested Fegter on tires. Fegter is a frabricator with Joe Gibbs Racing.

    With the protest results on tire samples, the winner will be determined later this week.

  • Jim Seidel resigns at ILHS...

    First-year Indian Land High School volleyball coach Jim Seidel has resigned as the school’s varsity volleyball coach.

    Seidel’s resignation came before the Lady Warriors played a match on the 2017 regular season.

    “Mr. Jim Seidel has informed us that he has stepped down as the varsity girls' volleyball coach,” ILHS principal David Shamble said in a statement.

  • Warriors go undefeated in Bear...

    BUFORD – Indian Land went unbeaten in the sixth annual Bear Hug Brawl, the junior varsity football jamboree, at Buford High School, on Saturday.

    The Junior Warriors posted a win and battled to a tie in their action at the event held in memory of Seth Muennich, the Buford High junior varsity football player who was killed in an auto accident near BHS in 2011.

    Indian Land battled Andrew Jackson to a tie and the ILHS jayvees took a win over Lancaster.

  • Evans wins Junior Azalea...

    Baylee Evans saved her best for last to capture a prestigious junior golf tournament.

    Evans, playing in her final junior tournament this summer, captured the Beth Daniel Junior Azalea golf tournament for the girls 13-18 age division at the Country Club of Charleston last week.

    Beth Daniel, a Charleston native, played on the LPGA Tour and won 33 events, including one major championship. She is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.

    Evans, an all-state golfer who also plays for the Lancaster High School boys team, is a LHS senior.

  • McMurray set for Football...

    Lancaster native Bennie McMurray, a recent inductee into the S.C. Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, is headed to another prep sports hall of fame.

    McMurray, who coached football at Buford, Lewisville and Lancaster high schools in South Carolina and E.E Waddell High School in Charlotte is slated to be enshrined in the S.C. Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Dec. 8 in Myrtle Beach.

  • Michael Lewis signs with USCU...

    The Buford to the University of South Carolina Union baseball chain has added another strong diamond link.

    Michael Lewis, who played for the BHS Yellow Jackets, is moving to the next level to play for the USCU Bantams.

    “It’s an honor and a privilege to be given this opportunity to play at the next level,” Lewis said. “I want to thank all the people who supported me along the way in my career at Buford High School.

  • Rays shine in summer season

    The Lancaster Rays, a team of Lancaster area swimmers, shined in the 2017 season.

    The Rays, coached by USC Lancaster Aquatics Director Anne H. Small, is a satellite program of the UPYMCA in Rock Hill, a year-round YMCA/USA swim team.

    The 26-member team was led by Lancaster High School swimmer Samuel Page, who qualified for the YMCA Nationals in Greensboro, N.C. Page, who swam in nine events, is the first Lancaster swimmer to compete in the YMCA Nationals.

  • Vols fall to Lions

    RICHBURG – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers dropped their 2017 opening football game, falling to the Lewisville Lions, 30-6 on Friday night in Richburg.

    Lewisville forged a 16-3 lead in the first half on the way to the 24-point win.

    The Lions were led by Quentin Sanders, who accounted for 260 yards and four touchdowns. Sanders had seven catches for 152 yards and two touchdowns. He rushed for 77 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown and passed 31 yards for a touchdown.

  • Bruins win over Warriors

    BUFORD – If one didn’t know different, they might have doubted the final score after seeing the post-game reaction from opposing coaches in the Lancaster-Indian Land clash at Buford High’s Jackets Stadium on Friday night.

    The Bruins, in their second meeting ever with their rivals from the county Panhandle, prevailed in a 21-7 victory over the Warriors.

    The game was played at the BHS field due to construction delays at Lancaster Memorial Stadium with the installation of the FieldTurf.

  • Vols fall to Lions

    Lewisville built a 16-3 lead on the way to a 30-6 win over Andrew Jackson on Friday night.