Today's News

  • Bruins ignite, top Warriors

    Lancaster forged a 14-7 halftime lead and then ignited for a 35-7 win over host Indian Land on Friday night at the ILHS Reservation

  • Bruins ignite, down Warriors

    Lancaster, up 14-7 at the half, ignited in the second half on the way to a 35-7 win over county rival Indian Land on Friday night at the ILHS Reservation.

  • Vols pound Panthers

    Andrew Jackson opened its 2018 football season in a big way, rolling to a 45-3 home win over Class A foe McBee on Friday night.

  • Vols pound Panthers

    Andrew Jackson opened its season in a big way, rolling to a 45-3 home win over Class A foe McBee on Friday night.

  • Jackets fall in opener

    Blacksburg built a 26-14 halftime lead and rolled to a 45-22 win over Buford in Gaffney on Friday night. The Jackets visit Indina Land on Friday night.

  • Speedway hosts full night of racing Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will hosting eight divisions of racing action Saturday night.

    The SECA Crate Late Models, paying $1,000 to win, will headline the action at the half-mile dirt oval.

    The SECA Crate Late Models action was dominated by Brett Hamm last Saturday night.

    SECA 602 Open Wheel Modifieds will also be returing to LMS on Saturday, with Hank Taylor as the heavy favorite to capture the checkers.

    Taylor is undefeated at LMS in the Open Wheel Modified.

  • Pigskin Picks back for new season

    Staff Reports

    They’re back.

    Football season returns and so do The Lancaster News’ Pigskin Picks.

    Each week, a star panel of fearless pickers will be calling winners in high school, college and pro games.

    The first couple of weeks, with only the high school season in play, the panel will be picking some 20 prep games.

    As the college and NFL seasons open, the panel will be calling those games as well.

  • Council honors Dixie Baseball A-League stars

    Players and coaches from the state-title winning Lancaster Dixie Baseball A-League (6U) all-stars had the attention of everyone in council chambers as they were honored at Monday night’s meeting on Lancaster County Council.

    In early July, the 6U stars defeated Greer 23-8 to win the  first-ever A-League Coach Pitch/Tee Ball State Championship.

    Lancaster County Council Chairman Steve Harper presented a proclamation on behalf of the body acknowledging the state title.

  • Bufford’s double trouble for BHS foes

    BUFORD – Dwayne Bufford, the Buford High School Yellow Jackets ace two-way player, gets it done on both sides of the ball.

    Bufford is the leader in the BHS secondary and the Jackets’ star wide receiver.

    “He can get good separation and he catches the ball well,” BHS head football coach Tripp Watts said. “He’s also our best defensive back.”

    Bufford can do it all on the field and away from the game.

    In addition to football, he works a steady job at the Sonic Drive-In.

  • Column: Disagreeing with Dems’ chair on basic perceptions of reality

    Keith T. Grey Sr., chairman of the Lancaster County Democratic Party, has a strange perception of the world we live in, and his hearing and vision appear to be rather selective.
    In his guest column last Friday, he asserts that Democrats are attempting nothing more than reasonable gun-safety regulations.
    But former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Diane Feinstein have both argued for banning so-called assault weapons, by which they mean garden variety semi-automatic rifles dressed up to look scary.