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High School Sports

  • Falcons blank Warriors, 28-0

    Indian Land fell to 2-3 on the season, dropping a 28-0 road loss to Class AAAAA Nation Ford on Wednesday night in Fort Mill.

  • Jackets jolt Rams, 52-27

    Buford opened Region IV-AA play, posting a 52-27 home win over Chesterfield on Wednesday night.

  • Cycs rip Bruins, 41-20

    Third-ranked Chester rolled to a 41-20 win over Lancaster to knock the Bruins from the unbeaten ranks on Wednesday night.

  • Knights crown Vols, 28-17

    AJ Volunteers drop first loss on the 2018 season, falling to North Central, 28-17.

  • Rock Hill grounds Indian Land, 34-7

    Lee McManus

    For The Lancaster News

    ROCK HILL – Indian Land was again on the road Friday night, this time against the Rock Hill Bearcats.

    For a while it looked as if it might be deja vu all over as, just as they did last week, the determined Warriors kept it close in the first half in their 14-9 comeback win over York.

    Class AAAAA Rock Hill, however, used a strong running game and stout defense to turn a 7-0 lead into a 34-7 win over the Warriors on Friday night at District Three Stadium in Rock Hill.

  • Parkwood outlasts Buford

    Buford’s home opener saw the Yellow Jackets stumble and fall short to the Parkwood Rebels, of Union County, N.C., 30-22 on Friday night.

    Buford, playing its first home game of the season, was eager for its first win of the 2018 season. 

    Playing from behind all game, the Jackets struggled to keep the Rebels ground game at bay.

    Parkwood rushed 51 times and gained 158 yards. Rebels running back Sametrius Drakeford amassed 154 of those rushing yards in the eight-point PHS win.

  • Vols blitz Red Devils in 47-2 win

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers took a commanding victory over Great Falls, 47-2 to remain undefeated on the 2018 season.

    AJ quarterback Chas DeBruhl guided the Vols’ running game with four of eight scoring drives running plays.

    The Vols tallied 16 points with just over two minutes expired in the first quarter. AJ’s Ty Elder blocked a Great Fall punt for a safety. AJ took the 2-0 lead at 9:39 in the first period.

  • Bruins flog Falcons, 24-13

    FORT MILL – The Lancaster Bruins, for the first time since 2015, are 4-0 and champs of Fort Mill area football.

    The Bruins, facing a Fort Mill high school for the second straight week, notched another solid victory over a neighboring eastern York County Class AAAAA high school on Friday night.

    A week ago, the Bruins clawed Fort Mill, 42-14, and followed with a 24-13 road win over Nation Ford.

  • Bruins, Vols stay unbeaten

    Lancaster and Andrew Jackson each improved to 4-0 with wins Friday night.

    Lancaster topped Nation Ford, 24-13, and AJ rolled to 47-2 home win over Great Falls.

    In other action, Rock Hill ripped Indian Land, 34-7 and Buford fell in Parkwood, 30-22

  • Williams leads on for Warriors

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land’s early-season success might be raising eyebrows and turning heads toward the Lancaster County Panhandle high school, but Warriors senior defensive back Dorian Williams isn’t surprised.

    The Warriors are 2-1, including a notable 14-9 comeback road win over Class AAAA York High School last week.

    “I love being part of this football team,” said Williams, a three-year starter in the Warriors’ secondary. “We have 20-something seniors, a senior team with good leadership.