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.

  • Bruins sweep Chester Cyclones

    CHESTER – Lancaster went to the wire, but prevailed for a tight non-region win over Chester High School for a sweep of the host Cyclones on Tuesday night.
    The Bruins’ C.J. Ealy drilled a trey with five seconds to play to lift Lancaster to a 65-62 win over the Cycs.
    The girls’ game wasn’t anywhere that close as the Lady Bruins blistered the Lady Cycs for a 77-34 victory in the varsity opener.
    The boys game was tight to the end with Ealy coming up big with his clutch three-pointer.

  • Vols open region play with split at NC

    David Kellin
    For The Lancaster News
    BOONETOWN – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers traveled to North Central High for a pair of games on Tuesday evening, splitting in their Region IV-AA hoops opener.
    The Lady Vols won 52-46, but the boys fell to NCHS, 56-39.

  • Vols capture two mat wins

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers wrestling team pushed its mark to 6-1 with a pair of wins on Tuesday night at home.
    AJ topped Cheraw, 54-24 and took a 36-33 win over Columbia High School.
    In the win over Cheraw, Daniel Barfied (113), Aiden Hinson (132), Nick Burgess (138), Tyleik Elder (160) and Ryan Hunter (182) each had a pin for the Vols.
    AJ winners on forfeits included Dalton Mackey (126), Payton Hornsby (152), Isaiah Camp (170) and Jack Collins (220).
    AJ captured a 36-33 win over Class AA Columbia High.

  • Parkwood tops IL in overtime for sweep

    The Indian Land Warriors fell twice in a non-region basketball twin bill at Parkwood High School of Union County, N.C., on Wednesday night.
    The Warriors dropped a 65-64 loss and the Lady Warriors stayed winless with a 40-21 loss to the PHS Lady Rebels.
    In the nightcap, Parkwood notched its second win, a 65-64 victory in overtime.
    The game was tied at 57-all at the end of regulation, but Parkwood outscored the Warriors 8-7 for the triumph.

  • Jackets net sweep of Rams

    Lorie Sellers
    For The Lancaster News
    Buford made the most of its Region IV-AA road trip to Chesterfield High School on Tuesday night.
    BHS took two from the CHS Rams, with the Jackets taking a 44-39 win and the unbeaten Lady Jackets posting a 44-20 victory.
    In the boys game, Buford built an early lead and stayed in control for the five-point win.
    BHS opened a 12-6 lead after one period and owned a 24-12 edge at the half.

  • Tatah set for North-South game

    Lancaster High School senior offensive lineman Jalen Tatah will cap his prep football career among the Palmetto State prep grid elite on Saturday.
    Tatah will play for the North team in the 71st annual North-South All-Star football game at Brooks Stadium at Coastal Carolina.
    Tatah reported Sunday and has been working with the North team this week in preparation for the game.
    Tatah, an all-region pick, was a three-year starter for the Bruins. He is the fourth straight LHS player selected for the game.

  • Yellow Jackets sting ILHS twice

    INDIAN LAND – The host Indian Land Warriors had a tough night at the hoop on Friday night.
    The visiting Fort Mill High School Yellow Jackets swarmed the Warriors for a hardwood sweep.
    The Lady Yellow Jackets opened with a 60-17 win and the Fort Mill boys followed with a 99-60 win over the ILHS boys.
    In the nightcap, the Fort Mill boys opened an early lead and cruised to the lopsided win over the winless Warriors, who fell to 0-4.

  • LHS netter McBride competes in state singles tourney

    Katie McBride, a junior standout on the Lancaster High School girls tennis team, capped her season among the state’s elite.
    McBride, a five-time all-region selection, was Region III-AAAA’s representative in the Class AAAA state singles tournament held held Nov. 27-28 in Columbia.
    “It was definitely an honor for her to be selected,” LHS girls tennis coach Phil Dewalt said.
    McBride earned her bid to the state singles field, the Lady Bruins’ first player in some nine seasons.
    McBride, for the season, was 12-3.