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Today's News

  • Kershaw Huddle House might be ready by July

    KERSHAW – Those wondering when the Huddle House will open across the street from the ADM soybean processing plant won’t have to wait much longer.
    “We’re about 50 percent complete and should be ready to go in June, with a possible opening in July,” said Tyler Reeves, director of operations for BAM Ventures.
    BAM is a Los Angeles-based investment group that is building Huddle House on Kershaw Camden Highway near East Second Street.

  • Jacket booters post solid season
  • Disappointed Warriors vow to keep fighting

    IRMO – Long faces, some stained with post-game tears of disappointment, were not what the Indian Land Warriors wanted, but they say they will press on and play harder in their quest for coveted state soccer gold.
    Indian Land, now a six-time bridesmaid in the state soccer championship match – five in Class AA and one in Class AAA, felt a familiar agony of defeat after Lower State champion May River High School downed ILHS, 6-2 to win the Class AAA state soccer championship at Irmo High School on Saturday afternoon.

  • Warriors’ relay team earns state gold

    PONTIAC – The Indian Land High School boys 4 x 400 relay team produced its best effort for the biggest stage.
    The ILHS’s relay team highlighted the Lancaster County high school effort at the state track meet at Spring Valley High School over the weekend.
    The Warriors’ 4 x 400 relay team of  Marlin Davis, Deshon Harris, Brian Adams and Devonte Harris ran a school record 3:20.49 to win the state championship at the Class AAA state meet Saturday at SVHS.

  • Sharks charge, defeat IL for AAA soccer title

    IRMO – May River High School boys soccer coach Misael Garzan said it was a matter of his Shark players finding their focus and flow.
    The Class AAA Lower State champion Sharks, 20-3-1, did so in the second half to post a 6-2 win over Indian Land High School to capture their first Class AAA state soccer championship in W.C. Hawkins Stadium at Irmo High School on a warm Saturday afternoon.

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway to host practice Thursday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway is off this Saturday, but the half-mile dirt track will host an open practice for any division in dirt track racing Thursday night.

  • Jackets’ Funderburk signs with USC Sumter

    Buford High School ace keeper Ethan Funderburk called his special signing day “a dream come true.”
    Funderburk, a four-year member of the BHS Jackets varsity soccer team, signed to play with the University of South Carolina Sumter soccer program on Friday in the BHS conference room.
    “Since the seventh grade, I’ve dreamed of going to the next level,” said Funderburk, a three-time All-Region IV-AA selection. “It took a lot of hard work, and it pays off when you work hard. I’m very happy.”

  • Bruins’ Baker signs with Lancers

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster men’s soccer program is steadily building a solid soccer link from the Lancaster High School soccer team.
    Jonathan Baker makes three Bruins who have signed to attend USCL and play soccer for the Lancers in NJCAA Region X next fall.
    First, it was Mason Green, followed by Jacob Cato and now Baker is in the royal blue and gold fold.

  • IL falls to May River in Class AAA state championship

    IRMO - May River High School coach Misael Garzan said it was a matter of his players finding their focus.
    The Lower State champion Sharks, 20-3-1, did to post a 6-2 win over Indian Land to capture their first Class AAA state soccer championship on Saturday afternoon at WC Hawkins Stadium at Irmo High School.
    "Being in our first state championship match, I think we had some jitters and butterflies early, but I told our guys at the half to stay focused and play our game."
    May River, located in Bluffton, is a third-Year school.

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway off Saturday night

    Michael Knight
    For The Lancaster News
    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be taking off Saturday at the half-mile dirt oval.
    The off-week is due to numerous drivers and fans going on vacation to Myrtle Beach for the annual bike week.
    The following Saturday night, May 25, is still to be announced, but with all the rainouts for the 2019 racing season so far, LMS co-promoters Shannon Munn and Eric Caskey will reschedule one of the rainout races for May 25.
    The June 1 race has been discussed for a while.