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High School Sports

  • Cloud shines, Watts leads BHS to electric season

    The 2018 Lancaster County high school football season was quite a campaign with all four county schools making the playoffs.
    A closer look at the 2018 campaign revealed a brilliant individual season and some regional honors and a solid coaching effort to turn a slow start into a blazing Buford High School football finish.
    Lancaster High School senior quarterback Kemarkio Cloud, coming off a solid junior campaign, stepped up his game in a big way this season to earn The Lancaster News Player of the Year for the 2018 prep football season.

  • Wilson signs to play at George Washington

    INDIAN LAND – Daniella Wilson’s decision to attend George Washington University is twofold – academics and athletics.
    Wilson, an Indian Land High School star softball player, signed with the Colonels on Monday afternoon in the ILHS media center, noting a desire to play college softball and earn a solid education to build her career.
    “I want to be an anesthesiologist and George Washington has a great medical school,” said Wilson, who will major in pre-med.

  • Bruins top Cougars in tournament play

    ROCK HILL – The Lancaster Bruins launched play in the annual Y.C. Winborn high school basketball tournament with a tough win over North Charleston High School on Thursday night at Rock Hill High School.
    The Bruins put four players in double figures on the way to a 66-65 win over the Cougars, ranked No. 2 in Class AA boys.
    “Good team win for us,” LHS veteran assistant coach Jerron Cauthen said. “We stepped up against a tough basketball team.

  • Williams leads Warriors football awards

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School football star Dorian Williams followed up his big day with a notable night Thursday evening.
    Williams, the Warriors star defensive back who signed with Tulane University on Wednesday afternoon in the ILHS media center, highlighted the ILHS football awards at Crossridge in Indian Land on Thursday night.
    Williams, a 6-2, 200-pounder, was named the Warriors Football MVP to highlight the team’s 6-6 season and a second-round finish in the Class AAA football playoffs.

  • IL’s Williams signs to play at Tulane

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land High School media center, normally a quiet place, was abuzz Wednesday afternoon.
    There was good reason for the excitement and a little more than expected noise.
    Dorian Williams, the Indian Land High School senior ace defensive back, signed with Tulane University as a packed room of coaches, teammates, students, school officials and family members witnessed the notable occasion.

  • LHS wrestlers net two wins

    The Lancaster Bruins captured two wins in a three-way wrestling match at Union Academy (NC) on Wednesday night.
    The Bruins defeated Bradford Prep 60-30, Union Academy, 45-24 and fell to Chesterfield, 42-36.
    Following are the LHS win results:
    - 113 – Andrew Duffell-Hoffman pin vs. BP.
    - 120 – Zeek Wright pin vs. BP, forfeit vs. UA.
    - 126 – Christine McCune forfeit vs. BP.
    - 138 – Matthew Duffell-Hoffman pins vs. BP, Chesterfield, decision vs. UA.
    - 145 – Dexter Goshorn pin vs. BP, UA.

  • Lady Bruins win for split

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins avenged a recent loss to highlight a non-region basketball split with Class AAAAA foe Northwestern High School of Rock Hill on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Bruins, who dropped a 59-57 road loss to the Lady Trojans last week, rebounded for a solid 47-28 win to open the varsity twin bill.
    In the nightcap, the Trojans thumped the Bruins in a 77-48 victory.
    The LHS girls, who have won two straight, took control in the second period on the way to the win.

  • Vols take pair from Rams

    David Kellin
    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers and the Lady Vols captured both games against Region IV-AA foe Chesterfield High School on Tuesday night at AJ.
    The use of the full-court and half-court press has been effective for the Vols this season. Bringing the game to their opponent opened up opportunities to keep the ball and control the floor. Using teammates to get the best shot is part of AJ coach Danny Wright’s philosophy of “right pass and right shot.”

  • Indian Land drops two at Fort Mill

    The Indian Land High School Warriors dropped a pair of non-region basketball losses to Class AAAAA Fort Mill High School on Friday night.
    The Lady Warriors stayed winless at 0-10 with a 48-26 loss to the FMHS Lady Yellow Jackets.
    Fort Mill completed the sweep with an 84-57 win in the boys contest.
    Jacobi Wright paced the Yellow Jackets with 29 points in the 27-point win in the nightcap.
    Fort Mill, 7-1, was also led by Keyan Mims, who hit 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Mims also had three assists.

  • ILHS wrestlers top AJ, MC

    Indian Land, the second-ranked team in Class AAA wrestling, pushed its mark to 10-2 with wins over county rival Andrew Jackson High School and Mid-Carolina on Tuesday night at ILHS.
    The Warriors topped the Vols 70-12 and took a 75-6 win over Mid-Carolina.