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Today's News

  • Vols sweep Indian Land booters

    Andrew Jackson registered a sweep of county rival Indian Land at Warriors Stadium on Wednesday night.
    The Volunteers, 6-2, posted a 3-1 win over the Warriors.
    Jared Truesale tallied two goals and Mason McKittrick scored one in the AJ win.
    Tyler Williams notched 10 saves in goal for the Vols.
    In the jayvee match, the 5-0 Junior Vols took a 2-0 win over the ILHS Junior Warriors.
    Owen Phillips and Parker Deese each scored a goal for the AJ junior varsity. Carter Nunnery and Austin Kennington teamed for the shutout.

  • Wright wins Caddie Classic

    Lancaster High School golfer Simon Wright shot a one-under 71 to capture the 25th annual “Papa Ed” Caddie Classic at the Lancaster Golf Club on Sunday afternoon.
    Wright, who played on the Class AAAA state champion LHS Bruins team last spring, shot a 34 in the opening nine holes, including four birdies, on the warm, but blustery day at LGC.
    Ninety-eight junior golfers from across the state competed for 36 caddie spots and 4 alternate positions for the Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am scheduled for April 15 at Barefoot Resort in Myrtle Beach.

  • Lady Jackets rip Cyclones

    The Buford High School girls soccer team raised its record to 6-3 with a 6-0 win over Class AAA Chester High School on Tuesday night.
    Isabella Jones and Chaney Smith led all scorers with two goals each. Marisa King and Sophie Ribelin each scored one goal in the win.
    Madison Funderburk recorded her fifth shutout of the season. Buford’s next game is next Thursday at home against county foe Andrew Jackson High School.
    Lady Warriors win

  • SECA Crate Late Models headline LMS action Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway roars back to action Saturday night with the SECA Crate Late Model Division as the top event for the action.
    During the opening weekend two weeks ago, Michael “Downtown” Brown captured both nights of SECA Crate Late Model main event, but Brown will not be here this Saturday as he will be racing with the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series.

  • Roberts leads LHS girls hoops honors

    The Lancaster High School girls basketball teams, varsity and junior varsity squads, drew the LHS blue and gold spotlight at the annual Lady Bruins basketball awards Monday night in the Flex Room of the school’s Multipurpose Building.
    Junior forward Kiara Roberts led the award winners with two hoops honors.
    Roberts, who averaged 10.6 points and 10.7 rebounds a game, was presented the Bruin Award.
    “Kiara played hard all the time,” LHS girls coach Ronnie Robinson said. “No matter the score, she always gave us her best effort.”

  • Volunteers blank Knights, 4-0

    Andrew Jackson pushed its Region IV-AA baseball mark to 5-2, posting a 4-0 win over North Central on Tuesday night.
    Volunteers’ senior right-hander Will Hudson went the distance, registering nine strikeouts and allowing three hits in the shutout. He allowed no walks.
    Hudson aided his cause with a double and drove in a run.
    Bryce Helms led the offense with two hits and two RBIs. Brett Percival belted a solo home run, scored twice and had a RBI.

  • Lady Bruins drill AJHS

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins evened their softball record at 4-4, rolling to a 15-2 road win over county rival Andrew Jackson High School on Wednesday night.
    Riley Burton led the LHS offense with three singles.
    N’Oneisti Witherspoon had a triple and double in the Lady Bruins’ attack.
    Ana Watts laced a single and a double. Amarie Gist had two singles as did Maya Miller.
    Madison Morris and Taylor Ames-Alexander each had a double, while
    Nykie Mingo supplied a hit.

  • Column: Honeycutt’s decision shows changing times in our county

    The recent decision of county council member Larry Honeycutt to leave the Democratic Party is another sign of the changing times here in Lancaster County.
    He followed the example of Cotton Cole, a former council member who left the Democratic Party in 2010, complaining about its leftward drift.
    At the time of Cole’s departure, there was just one Republican on county council. Now after Honeycutt’s decision, there is just one Democrat left on county council.

  • Column: Democrats’ shift puts party in right place moving ahead

    I recently received an email from a lifelong Democrat, county council member Larry Honeycutt. He expressed extreme dissatisfaction with the current state of political affairs and stated he could no longer identify as a Democrat due to what he perceived as a shift “to the left.”
    While I share his concern for the political dysfunction of the last eight years, I have to question where he is placing the blame.

  • Emergency MD coming to Indian Land

    INDIAN LAND – It’s no secret that emergency-room care is expensive and urgent-care centers offer limited services.
    Now a new health-care option is setting up shop in Indian Land, hoping to fill the gap between those two standard alternatives.
    Emergency MD is an advanced urgent-care facility with locations in Greenville, Boiling Springs and soon at 2021 Bridge Mill Drive along Charlotte Highway, adjacent to the BridgeMill development.