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High School Sports

  • Warriors top CHS Bulldogs in OT

    Warriors rally to knock off Camden, 20-14 in overtime

  • Bruins edge Red Hawks, 23-20

    Jacob Cato's 22-yard field goal lifts Bruins to 23-20 win over Westwood High School.

  • Warriors’ Dickerson leads Tri-County honors

    RICHBURG – Indian Land High School senior kicker Brandon Dickerson was the lone Lancaster County high school football player honored at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg on Tuesday.
    Dickerson was named the Class A-AAAA Specialist of the Week after his stellar showing in the Warriors’ 57-0 homecoming win over the Keenan Raiders.
    Dickerson drilled three extra points, a 49-yard field goal and averaged 34.4 yards per punt in the ILHS shutout win.

  • Jackets’ Griffin gives total effort

    Buford High School senior linebacker Tyler Griffin has a simple explanation to the Jackets’ extraordinary turnaround this season.
    Buford, 5-3, has won five straight since opening the season with three straight losses.
    “I knew once we got in region play, we were going to be alright,” Griffin said.
    “In our first three games, we played teams who had few players going both ways,” Griffin said. “They were sending 11 on and 11 off and that makes a big difference.

  • Elite trio heads first Buford Hall of Fame class

    The inaugural class of the Buford High School Athletic Hall of Fame includes two star athletes and a state champion coach.
    The ace trio featured state champion wrestler James McKinney, girls basketball star Cynthia West and state champion baseball coach Steve Lewis.
    The elite three were inducted during the Jackets’ homecoming game with Carolina Christian on Friday night at BHS’s Jackets Stadium.

  • Jackets rip Cavs in homecoming win

    The Buford Yellow Jackets had a solid homecoming performance against the Carolina Christian Cavaliers on Friday night, cruising to a 43-12 non-region win.  The win was the fifth in a row for the Jackets, pushing their mark to 5-3 with only two games left in the regular season.
    The multi-dimensional Jacket offense was led by quarterback Brayden Phillips who threw for three scores in the 31-point win.
     The ground game was just as efficient, Tyheim Miller added two TDs and Toot Curry had one score on the ground for the Jackets.

  • Vols charge late to rout Lions

    David Kellin
    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers wrapped up their final regular-season home game with an impressive 41-6 win over Region IV-AA newcomer Lewisville High School on Friday night.
    The Lions, with the loss, dipped to 0-8 for the season.
    AJ, ending a three-game skid, improved to 5-3, 1-3 in region play.

  • York tops Bruins, 24-10

    YORK – Something about homecomings seem to trigger the York Cougars.
    That is, at least in the 2018 prep football season.
    York, for the fourth straight game, was playing on a homecoming and the result was the same – victory.
    York, which started the season 0-3, rolled to its fourth straight win Friday night – all on a homecoming occasion.
    “Maybe we should try to play on a homecoming each week,” mused York coach Bobby Carroll.

  • Warriors’ fast start fuels 57-0 win

    Lee McManus
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – Everyone needs a break sometimes, and coming off their bye week the Indian Land Warriors looked sharp and rested, scoring 24 points in the first eight minutes, en route to a 57-0 win over the Keenan Raiders.
    Right off the opening kickoff it was clear this was going to be a good night for Indian Land's special teams.

  • 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).