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.

  • Vols maul McBee

    Andrew Jackson launches its 2019 football season, rolling to a 37-0 road win over McBee.

  • Lady Vols post two volleyball wins

    Andrew Jackson High School’s Caroline Wrenn is the Lady Volunteers volleyball player of the week for Sept. 9-13.
    AJ, during the week, swept Chesterfield, 3-0 – 25-7, 25-3 and 25-16.
    Caroline Hammond had eight attack kills and eight defensive digs.
    The Lady Vols also swept York Prep, 25-14, 25-22 and 25-12.
    On offense, Lexi Roberson, Wrenn and Madie Catoe combined for 25 attack kills.
    Defensively, Olivia Gandy had 14 good defensive digs.
    Earlier in the month, AJ dropped a 3-2 road loss to rival Buford.

  • Rebels jolt Jackets in 53-3 win

    Eric Rowell
    For The Lancaster News
    MONROE, NC – The Buford Yellow Jackets’ second road game of the season wasn’t quite the same as its first trip.
    BHS, a week ago, ventured to Due West and drilled the Dixie High School Hornets, 48-0.
    Buford, 1-3 on the season, hit the road again Friday night with a short trip to Parkwood High School of Union County, N.C., and it was a long night for the Jackets.
    Parkwood pounded the Jackets in a 53-3 win in non-region play.

  • Bearcats down IL Warriors, 22-12

    Lee McManus
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors hosted the Class AAAAA Rock Hill Bearcats Friday night, and just like the week prior in a loss to York,  one stretch – in this case the third quarter – was the difference in Rock Hill’s tough 22-12 victory.
    Rock Hill moved the ball deep into Warriors territory twice, but the Bearcats settled for two Ethan Dutton field goals of 20 and 28 yards.
    Rock Hill led 6-0 midway through the second quarter.

  • AJ Vols unbeaten, unscored on with 34-0 win over Red Devils

    Alan Sims
    For The Lancaster News
    GREAT FALLS – The 10th-ranked Andrew Jackson Volunteers pushed their win streak to 4-0 and unscored run to four games with a 34-0 road win over Great Falls on Friday night in the Red Devils’ Pride Valley.
    The Vols had bolted to their 3-0 start thanks, in part, to outstanding play on defense and special teams. The opening kickoff showed more of that when the Vols recovered a Red Devils’ fumble and began their first drive inside the GFHS 25.

  • Bruins edge Falcons in 21-20 win

    Lancaster High junior quarterback Sean Truesdale said the Bruins were tired of losing, so they perked up and did something about the skid.
    The Bruins, facing 80 yards late in the game, found a way, driving the distance to deliver a 21-20 win over Class AAAAA Nation Ford High School of Fort Mill on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
    “We had the will to win,” said Truesdale, who engineered the decisive drive in seven plays.

  • Lady Vols sweep York Prep

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers volleyball team rebounded from a tough, five-set road loss to county rival Buford High School last week to post a pair of solid wins this week.
    AJ, in region play, blanked host Chesterfield High School, 3-0 in a sweep of the Lady Rams on Tuesday afternoon.
    AJ downed York Prep, 3-0 at home on Thursday to go 2-0 on the week.
    The Lady Vols will visit Region IV-AA foe Lewisville High School on Tuesday for a junior varsity/varsity match.
    Lady Warriors win

  • Vols No. 10 in AA state poll

    Andrew Jackson High School, undefeated with three shutout wins to open the prep football season, is ranked No. 10 in the latest Class AA state media poll.
    The Volunteers were No. 9 last week when two teams were tied for sixth in the top 10.
    AJ has been ranked three straight weeks since opening the season with a 37-0 road win over Class A McBee High School. McBee, ranked No. 10 in the Class A preseason poll, garnered votes in the Class A poll again this week.