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Today's Sports

  • Lady Warriors Upstate champs

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Lady Warriors, with their deft feet, wrote some ILHS girls soccer history on Monday at the Reservation.

    The Indian Land girls, in their first season in Class AAA soccer, made it memorable with a 5-0 win over Pendleton to earn a first-ever state title match bid.

  • Pardue Iron Club duo shines in...

    HEATH SPRINGS – A pair of female powerlifters out of the Pardue Iron Club in Heath Springs racked up titles in the Europa Games held April 22 at the Charlotte Convention Center.

    Candice Maness and Priscilla Pardue, in Masters 3 (age 50-54), won their respective weight divisions at the competition.

    Maness, in the 165-pound weight class, won with a total of 677.7 pounds (307.5 kilos).

  • AJ’s Hendrix to play at Erskine

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School ace pitcher Morgan Hendrix is headed to Due West to continue her education and softball career.

    That’s Due West as in Erskine College, a NCAA Division II school and a member of the Conference Carolinas.

  • Gamecock Club’s Spurs Up tour...

    FORT LAWN – The Gamecock Club’s Spurs Up Tour hit a high note Tuesday night during the Lancaster County Gamecocks Club’s annual spring meeting at the Catawba Fish Camp in Fort Lawn.

    A crowd of 470 Gamecock fans, some who lined up 90 minutes prior to the start of the meeting, packed the seafood restaurant to hear USC head football coach Will Muschamp and Gamecocks’ women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley.

  • Jackets booters blank Tigers,...

    The Buford High School boys soccer team posted its second straight home playoff win, taking a 1-0 win over Saluda High School in the second round of the Class AA Upper State playoffs at rain-soaked Jackets Stadium on Thursday night.

    Fourth-seeded BHS, the Region IV-AA champion, scored late in the match to edge the fifth-seeded SHS Tigers.

    Buford opened the playoffs with a 2-0 win over Gray Collegiate Academy of Columbia on Tuesday night.

  • Jackets have to battle

    Buford, en route to the Class AA District VII baseball crown, battled back through the loser’s bracket, and it appears the Jackets will have to do the same in the Class AA Lower State championship series.

    Buford, 12-16-1 on the season, opened the double-elimination Class AA Lower State titles series with a tough 2-1 loss to Latta High School on Thursday night.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models...

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models return to Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    On April 1, the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models made their LSS debut.

    On that night Ben Watkins dominated the race.

    Watkins will not be here on Saturday night as he will be racing with the World of Outlaws Super Late Model Series.

    So this Saturday, LSS will have a new winner in the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models Series.

  • Foursome has close victory in...

    The winning foursome took a close win in the 26th annual Crenshaw Oil Company Lancaster County Partners for Youth golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Friday afternoon.

    Crenshaw Oil Company and Crenshaw Food Stores sponsor the tournament, with proceeds benefitting the Lancaster County Partners for Youth Scholarship Program.

    The tournament featured a captain’s choice format with a maximum 18 handicap for any player.

  • LSS hosts Blue Ridge Outlaw Late...

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models return to Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.

    On April 1, the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models debuted at LSS where Ben Watkins dominated the race.

    Watkins will not be here Saturday as he is racing with the World of Outlaws Super Late Model Series.

    So Saturday, LSS will have a new winner in the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models Series.

  • Lady Bruins edge MV for district...

    Lancaster High School softball coach Kim Perry was quite a site after the Lady Bruins captured the Class AAAA District III championship on Wednesday night at home.

    Perry, a result of the post-game celebration, was adorned with silly string, glitter and wearing a big smile after the LHS girls topped Midland Valley, 2-1 to win the district and advance to the Class AAAA Upper State championship series.