Today's News

  • Warriors charge, win Upstate title

    INDIAN LAND – Word to the wrestling wise, if you’re going to get the Indian Land Warriors wrestling team – which only a handful of teams have done this season – better get them up top, the upper weight classes.

  • Top Gun Championship Series Saturday

    Hanging Rock Kartway will host the Top Gun Championship Series on Saturday.
    Classes running will be Clone 325, Clone 350, Clone 375, Clone 425, Amateur Clone 350, Predator 325, Predator 350, Predator 375 and Predator 425.
    Junior classes running are Red Plate Clone, Jr. 1 Green Plate/small pipe, Jr. 2 Purple Plate/small pipe, Jr. 3 Blue Plate/small pipe, Pee Wee Predator, Jr. Predator 1 and Jr. Predator 2.
    Hanging Rock Kartway is located on 1082 Horton Rollins Road in Kershaw.
    Gates open at 9 a.m.

  • Camden High Bulldogs down Warriors twice

    CAMDEN – Indian Land, capping Region IV-AAA regular-season road play, dropped a pair of basketball losses to host Camden High School on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Warriors, who had a strong start, couldn’t complete the hoops task in dropping a 51-38 road loss to the Camden Lady Bulldogs.
    The ILHS boys, in the nightcap, fell to the Bulldogs, 68-61.
    Indian Land, in the varsity opener, started strong to take a 20-8 lead, but the Lady Warriors scored only single digits in each of the final three periods in the 13-point region loss.

  • Stallions dash to two wins over Jackets

    Lorie Sellers
    For The Lancaster News
    The Buford Yellow Jackets dropped a pair of Region IV-AA basketball games at Lee Central High School of Bishopville on Tuesday night.
    The LCHS Lady Stallions opened the region sweep with a 48-25 win over the Lady Jackets, who dropped their third region loss on the season.
    In the nightcap, the Stallions took a 67-46 comeback win over the BHS boys.
    The BHS girls, 15-3, 8-3, had defeated Lee Central, 42-36 in region play at home earlier in the season.

  • Lady Bruins triumph for split over RNE

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins had the lone hoops hurrah for LHS basketball senior night Tuesday.
    The Lady Bruins notched their first Region III-AAAA home win, taking a 46-27 victory over Richland Northeast to open the varsity twin bill.
    The LHS girls’ 19-point win gave the Bruins a split as the Lancaster boys dropped a 69-66 loss to RNE in the nightcap.
    Coach Ronnie Robinson’s Lady Bruins started strong and steadily built their lead for the win to push their mark to 6-11, 2-7.

  • Vols sweep by Central Eagles

    David Kellin
    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers, in impressive fashion, captured both of their Region IV-AA basketball games with the Central Eagles in their final regular-season home game Tuesday night.
    The Lady Vols scored a 50-point victory, 80-30 over the Lady Eagles, and the Vols won over the rival CHS Eagles, 69-51
    The Lady Vols took an early 17-point lead 19-2 in the first period.

  • New event venue: North Corner Haven

    For more than 40 years, the Dooley family kept North Corner Haven a family secret. When they grew weary of their bustling lives in Charlotte, they would drive just over the state line to their 600-acre farm of forest, pasture and ponds to relax, reflect and recharge.
    “We would retreat to the farm to fish, hunt, garden and enjoy nature,” North Corner Haven founder David Dooley said. “It was an opportunity for us to be together and celebrate key milestone events.”

  • Column: GOP must explicitly condemn obvious racism of Steve King

    Over the past two years, Republicans have focused on spreading opportunity, and it has paid dividends.
    From the creation of opportunity zones in some of our nation’s most distressed communities to amazing job-creation statistics and low unemployment rates, there’s no doubt that the future is brightening for many Americans.

  • Column: A night of high-flying hoops, fun for a cause: Fatherhood

    In three weeks, the Lancaster Fatherhood Project will hold its signature fundraising event of the year, and today I’m asking for your help and participation.
    Our mission is to help men become responsible, engaged and empowered fathers. While we work to strengthen men, the real beneficiary of our program is their children, their other relatives and our entire community.
    We are Lancaster County’s only nonprofit that provides a holistic approach to self-assessment, goal-setting and responsible fatherhood in a peer-group setting.

  • Doomsday Jamboree slated for Saturday

    The annual Doomsday Jamboree, featuring high school and middle school baseball teams, is Saturday at the Lancaster High School baseball field, “Doomsday Corner.”
    Games are 3.5 innings with an hour time limit.
    Play opens at 9:30 a.m. with the Andrew Jackson C team meeting the Buford C team.
    The 11 a.m. game has Buford facing the Andrew Jackson in junior varsity play.
    The 12:30 p.m. game has Buford battling AJ in varsity action.
    The 2 p.m. game features the Lancaster High junior varsity facing the Lewisville jayvees.