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High School Sports

  • Warriors fall to Rams

    Indian Land dropped a home loss to Chesterfield in a 48-25 loss at the Reservation on Friday night.

  • Vols unbeaten with road win

    Andrew Jackson improved to 2-0 with a 37-24 road win over St. John's of John's Island on Friday night.

  • Trojans lead Tri-County awards

    FORT MILL – Northwestern High School swept four of the five Class AAAAA football awards at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill.
    The Trojans edged host Clover High School, 31-27 to notch NWHS’s first win this season last Friday.
    The Trojans’ winners included Jamario Holley (offensive player), Greg Johnson (defensive player), Hunter Burbanks (offensive lineman) and John Odom (defensive lineman).

  • Gaines brings big-time record to AJ girls hoops

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers lost a coach to the Class AAAAA ranks, but are getting one from a Class AAAAA school.
    Olivia Gaines, a Chester native who formerly coached at Cross and Fort Dorchester high schools in the Palmetto State Lowcountry, is the new Lady Vols basketball coach.
    She replaces Sha’Ron Robertson, who left AJ last spring to become the girls’ basketball coach at Class AAAAA Northwestern High School in Rock Hill.

  • AJ Vols drub Lions

    Andrew Jackson snapped a three-game skid in Region IV-AA football play with a 41-6 win over winless Lewisville.

  • York zaps Bruins, 24-10

    Lancaster dropped its second straight loss, falling to host York, 24-10 on Friday night

  • Warriors rout Keenan

    Indian Land cruises to 57-0 win over Keenan.

  • Buford bops Carolina Christian

    Buford notched its fifth straight win, rolling to a 43-12 win over Carolina Christian for a happy BHS homecoming on Friday night.

  • Lady Warriors win region volleyball title

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors volleyball team wrapped up its first region title as a Class AAA school with a hard-fought win over defending region champion Camden High School on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Warriors, on ILHS Senior night, topped the Lady Bulldogs, 25-19, 25-13 and 25-23 to capture the crown.
    “Last night (Tuesday) was also our senior night so it was a special home win for them,” ILHS coach Michael Van Lieu said. “I was happy for our team, especially the seniors.”

  • IL’s Yarborough ‘team-first’ player

    INDIAN LAND – To say Indian Land High School senior offensive lineman Nick Yarborough is a “good teammate,” is akin to an arrow in the bull’s eye.
    Warriors head coach Horatio Blades is on target as well.
    “No doubt about it, you would like to have more players like Nick,” Blades said. “Nick is all about the team and he will be there for his team.
    “Give me more Nick Yarboroughs,” Blades said.
    Yarborough said it’s a simple approach.