Today's News

  • Lady Warriors end skid with solid win over Cycs

    The Indian Land High School girls basketball skid has ended.
    The Lady Warriors, launching the 2019 portion of their 2018-19 hoops schedule, did so in a big way, rolling to a 61-34 win over Region IV-AAA foe Chester High School at the CHS gym on Friday night.
    The resounding 27-point win snapped a 34-game skein going back to the end of the 2016-17 season when ILHS dropped a 53-31 playoff loss to Emerald High School of Greenwood on Feb. 16, 2017.

  • Warriors wrestlers top Porter Ridge field

    The Indian Land High School Warriors wrestling team continued its solid play, capturing all the mat booty at the Pirate Duals at Porter Ridge High School in Union County, N.C. on Saturday.
    The ILHS matmen, 15-2, went 5-0 in the dual tournament.
    Coach Leon Boulware’s team prevailed over Forest View of Gaston County, N.C., 74-3, 38-20 over host Porter Ridge, 62-15 over Anson County, N.C., 55-21 over Butler High School of Mecklenburg County, N.C., and 49-24 over East Meck High of Charlotte.

  • Warriors rebound, net split

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors got back on track, rolling to an 80-56 home win over county rival Buford on Monday night in the ILHS gym.
    The Warriors’ 24-point win gave ILHS a split of the non-region twin bill, with the BHS Lady Jackets taking a 49-33 victory in the varsity opener.
    “We were happy to get a win coming off the region loss at Chester on Friday night,” Indian Land boys coach Nate Smith said. “It was a battle as is always the case when we play Buford.

  • Bruins open region, sweep York

    Lancaster launched its Region III-AAAA hoops schedule with double delight on Friday night in York.
    The Bruins took two from the host Cougars, with the girls winning 43-37 and the LHS boys rolling to a 70-48 victory.
    The LHS boys, who have won three of their last four games – all away from home, started strong on the way to the 22-point win.
    Lancaster, 6-7, 1-0, opened a 23-13 lead after one period and pushed their advantage to 40-26 at the break.

  • Sports Talk: Tigers roar, rip Tide in title game

    Back in the opening week of the 2018 college football season, I recall a telephone conversation I had with my brother Bill, an avid Clemson fan who lives in Jacksonville, Fla.
    It was early September and he along with his wife, Frances, an Alabama graduate, had attended the Crimson Tide’s opener in Orlando, Fla.
    The Tide rolled to an impressive 51-14 win over Louisville in one of those opening week classic match-ups.
    Bill said Bama was simply on “another level.”
    The Tide, he said, was here, and all the rest was below Bama.

  • Garbage backlog plagues Kershaw

    KERSHAW – One sure way to get citizenry fuming at local government is by not picking up their trash, especially during the holidays.
    “It couldn’t have occurred at a worse time of the year, when more garbage accumulates. I’ve lived here all my life, and I don’t ever recall this happening,” said Kershaw Mayor Mark Dorman.

  • Man wanted in girlfriend’s kidnapping

     A Lancaster man is wanted for kidnapping and the Lancaster Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding him.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models set to headline March 23 race

    Coming fresh off the two-day racing event on March 15-16, which will be Pepsi night at Lancaster Motor Speedway, the following Saturday will be headlined by another premier Late Model Series that travels the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and West Virginia.
    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series will be coming to LMS for the first time on the 2019 racing season on March 23.
    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series has become popular over the past four years at LMS, with the racing fans getting used to seeing the series here on a regular basis.

  • Time for a treat!

    Lancaster County is about to get a lot sweeter as Girl Scouts in the area begin their annual cookie sale next month.
    Twenty-two troops made up of about 275 young girls will take part in the sale, which this year begins Feb. 22 and ends March 17.
    This year the groups will be selling a new cookie, the gluten-free chocolate chip caramel, which the girls got to taste test Saturday during a cookie rally.

  • Vols jolt Jackets in mat split

    Andrew Jackson, ranked fourth in Class A-AA wrestling, split a pair of matches at county rival Buford High School on Thursday night.
    The Vols, 9-5 on the season with a 3-2 region record, topped match host Buford, but fell to CATA, Central Academy of Technology and Arts of Union County, N.C.
    CATA also topped Buford to go 2-0 on the night.
    AJ, in the match with the host Jackets, posted a 57-21 win over Buford.