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High School Sports

  • Warriors cap unbeaten region season for title

    Indian Land High School wrapped up its second straight Region IV-AAA baseball crown with two wins over Keenan High School on Thursday night.
    The Warriors, 8-0 in region play for the second straight season, prevailed over Keenan, 15-0, 13-2.
    In the 15-0 win over the KHS Raiders, Adam Morrison had a hit, four RBIs, a walk and scored a run.
    Chase Dougherty drilled a double, drove in a run, scored twice and had two walks.
    Lawson Otte had a hit, two RBIs and scored twice.
    Brayden Small supplied a hit and two RBIs.

  • Bruins tennis team wins

    Lancaster High School Bruins tennis team downed Westwood High School, 5-1 in LHS’s last region match in regular-season play.
    The Bruins swept the singles in posting the win.
    Singles
    Isaac Thomas (L) defeated Alex Winslow (W), 6-2, 6-1.
    Brevon McKinney (L) defeated  Khameron Evans (W), 6-0, 6-1.
    Connor Parman (L) defeated Hardik Marlapudi (W), 6-3, 6-0
    Jakob Sapp (L) defeated Breenan Davis (W), 6-0, 6-1.
    Alex Barton (L) defeated Christian Williams (W), 5-7, 6-1 tiebreaker (10-6).

  • Warriors post wins over Cougars, Bruins

    The Indian Land High School boys soccer team improved to 12-4 overall with a pair of wins over Class AAAA foes this week.
    The Warriors blanked York High School, 3-0 on Wednesday night as John Fosu, Jordan Perry and Chukwuzam Idehem each tallied a goal.
    Addison Guild and Brandon Sanchez each had an assist.
    Gabe Burris had seven saves in the ILHS win.
    On Monday, Indian Land took a 4-2 win over Lancaster High School at Memorial Stadium.

  • Barber signs with Emory and Henry

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School senior defensive lineman Cornelius Barber first pondered the thought of playing college football as a sophomore.
    Now, it’s a reality.
    Barber has made it official, signing with Emory and Henry College, an NCAA Division III school and member of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, in Emory, Va.
    “I’m excited,” said Barber. “It is going to be a great adventure. It’s going to be different from Indian Land, but I’m ready.”

  • Murphy to play at Ithaca College

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School star student and football player Alex Murphy was looking for the unique combination to top-notch academics and football for his future school.
    He found it in Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y.
    Murphy, a four-year starter for the Warriors, is taking his game to the NCAA Division III school, which competes in the Liberty League.

  • Girls prep soccer Lady Jackets blank AJ

    The Buford High School girls’ soccer team stayed unbeaten in Region IV-AA play with a 5-0 home win over county rival Andrew Jackson High School on Thursday night.
    Marisa King, on an assist from Emma Larson, tallied to give BHS a 1-0 lead at the half.
    The Lady Jackets, 7-3, 4-0 in region play, broke open the match in the second half with four goals.
    Chaney Smith, on an assist from Larson, tallied two goals. Smith was assisted by Izzy Jones for her second goal.

  • Volunteers down Lions, 3-1

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson captured a 3-1 home baseball win over Lewisville High School in dramatic fashion on Thursday night.
    Volunteers senior designated hitter Brett Percival blasted a two-run home run to lift AJ to the Region IV-AA win over the Lions in eight innings.
    Connor Killough reached on an error ahead of Percival, who belted a 2-2 pitch for the game-winning homer in the walk-off win.

  • Surratt Bruins interim football coach

    Lancaster High School is moving forward in filling the void with its vacant head football coach position.
    Marcus Surratt, who has coached in the Bruins football program and served as a high school head coach, is the interim LHS head football coach.
    The job came open earlier this week when Bobby Collins, the Bruins’ head football coach the last five years, was named the head football coach and athletics director at Class AAAA Marlboro County High School in Bennettsville.

  • Lady Jackets take region lead with win over Central

    Buford downed Central of Pageland 3-1 on Wednesday night to take first place in Region IV-AA softball play.
    BHS, 14-3, improved to 10-1 in region play. The Lady Jackets’ win gave BHS first place due to the run margin differential.
    Buford fell to Central in Pageland, 5-4 in their first meeting earlier this season.
    In the two-run win over the Lady Eagles, Yancey Dingler hurled the win, notching five strikeouts. She allowed five hits and two walks.
    Hannah Killough yielded four hits, eight walks and fanned 10.

  • Jackets rally, jolt Eagles at home

    Buford handed seventh-ranked Central High School of Pageland a 13-5 loss in Region IV-AA baseball play Wednesday night at Buford Park.
    The Eagles held an early 5-0 edge, but the Jackets rallied to take the eight-run comeback win, Buford’s second victory over the Eagles this season.
    Buford topped Central, 5-2 on March 14 in Pageland.
    BHS pitcher Landon Deese, in solid relief, worked 5.2 innings and struck out nine. He allowed a walk and four hits.
    Deese boosted his cause with a hit, RBI and scored a run in the win.