Today's Sports

  • Lady Bruins perfect in their...



        On a historic weekend in our nation, the Lancaster High School Lady Bruins achieved a basketball landmark of their own in the Palmetto State capital.

  • Lady Bruins 27-0h!


    COLUMBIA – The Lancaster Lady Bruins’ game-ending charge produced an electric hardwood moment.

  • Bruins top AJ booters in shootout


    The Lancaster Bruins soccer team opened its season with an exciting win over Class AA county rival Andrew Jackson on Friday, March 6 at Memorial Stadium.

    Lancaster prevailed in a close match, winning in a shootout.

  • LHS sports solid returnees for...

     The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ softball team sports a young cast, but at the same time the LHS girls have their share of experience throughout the lineup.

  • IL's veteran cast gives...


    The Indian Land Warriors have a new look for the 2015 season, but IL is hoping to continue what it achieved on the diamond last spring.

    The Warriors posted a 17-9 record and advanced to the Class AA Upper State final four in an impressive postseason run in 2014.

  • Monarchs sign Truesdale


    KERSHAW – Austin Truesdale’s return to football has earned him more than a varsity letter for the 2014 Andrew Jackson High School season.

    Truesdale’s solid play and development in his first and only season of varsity football has garnered him much more – a solid future,

  • LHS 2-0 in preseason softball...


    The Lancaster Lady Bruins are 2-0 in the preseason high school softball tournament after a pair of wins on Wednesday, March 4.

    Lancaster topped tourney host Buford, 7-4 and downed Indian Land, 3-1,

  • Vols net two soccer wins to...


    Andrew Jackson rolled to up its boys soccer mark to 2-0 on the season Wednesday, March 4.

    After a cold Tuesday night in Camden, the weather was warmer and better suited for soccer for both players and fans.

  • Losses spurred title runs


    COLUMBIA – When opposing Class AAA girls state championship basketball coaches, Ronnie Robinson of Lancaster and Lakewood’s Frances Fields, reflect on their postseason tourney journey, they recall “bumps in the road” as key turning points.

  • Playoff notes


    Championship Saturday slate 

     The  No. 1 ranked Lancaster High School girls basketball team, 26-0, seek to cap the Lady Bruins’ season with a win over Class AAA Lower State champion Lakewood High School of Sumter County at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7.