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Lady Bruins capture Kickoff Classic

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By The Staff

The Lancaster High Lady Bruins soccer team captured the championship in the Lugoff-Elgin Kickoff Classic at Lugoff-Elgin High School on Monday night.

The LHS girls, 3-1, captured the title with a 2-0 win over host Lugoff-Elgin.

Kendra Haddox, assisted by Michaela Burton, tallied a goal. Burton scored on a penalty kick earned by Mary DeVenny.

Jaden McGriff posted the shutout.

“We played very lovely soccer and prevailed against a quality team,” LHS girls coach Ed Humphrey said.

Lancaster opened play with a 1-0 win over Westwood High of Blythewood on Friday.

Michaela Burton scored the lone goal of the match and Jaden McGriff earned the shutout.

On Saturday, Lugoff-Elgin topped the Lady Bruins, 3-1 as the Lady Bruins’ lone goal was by Michaela Burton with an assist from Mary DeVenny.

Lancaster rebounded for a 3-0 win over Wilson.

Kendra Haddox, assisted by Sarah Ghent, scored one goal.

Michaela Burton, on assists from Abbie Kania, tallied the second and third goals.

Jaden McGriff notched the shutout.

“Our defense played excellent,” Humphrey said.

Lancaster fell to Camden, 3-1 on Tuesday night when Michaela Burton tallied the lone LHS goal on a penalty kick.

Lancaster visited Indian Land on Thursday.

Lady Jackets win

The Buford High girls soccer team opened its season Wednesday night with a 9-0 win over Chester.

Victoria Hinson led all scorers with four goals.

Chaney Smith, Emma Larson, Waverly Bundy, Isabella Jones and BreeLee Elliotte each had one goal.

Tory Knight posted the shutout in goal.

The Buford soccer team travels to Governor's School Friday.

Lady Warriors 1-1-1 in Viking Cup

The Indian Land High girls soccer team went 1-1-1 in the Viking Cup girls soccer tournament at Spring Valley High School over the weekend.

Fort Dorchester topped the Lady Warriors 6-1 to cap tournament play Feb. 25. The match was tied at 1-all at the half.

Summer Bishop had the lone ILHS goal.  Emma Thompson posted seven saves for the Lady Warriors.

Indian Land is ranked No. 2 in Class AAA girls, while FDHS is rated No. 15 in the Class AAAAA girls state poll.

Indian Land downed Academic Magnet, 2-1 in second-round play Saturday. AMS is rated No. 1 in Class A-AA girls.

Summer Bishop and Reagan Hunter each scored a goal in the Lady Warriors’ win.

Keeper Emma Thompson tallied 10 saves for ILHS, which led 1-0 at the half.

Indian Land opened play Thursday, Feb. 23 with a 1-1 tie with Spring Valley.

Emily Gerdes scored the Lady Warriors’ goal.

Emma Thompson tallied seven saves in the match, which was tied at the half, 1-1.

Indian Land had 14 shots to eight for Spring Valley.

The Indian Land junior varsity soccer team captured the title in the Lugoff-Elgin Kickoff Classic with a 2-0 win over the host Lugoff-Elgin junior varsity soccer team on Monday night.