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High School Sports

  • Warriors clip CHS Bulldogs

    The Indian Land Warriors improved to 4-0 in Region IV-AAA baseball play with a 5-3 road win over the third-ranked Camden Bulldogs on Tuesday night.
    Tanner Chassereau, an ILHS junior pitcher, hurled the win, going 5.1 innings with five hits and three runs allowed, two earned runs.
    He gave up two walks and struck out four CHS batters.
    Roman Edwards, a freshman pitcher, notched the save in 1.1 innings of work. He allowed a hit and struck out one.
    Chassereau aided the ILHS cause with two hits, including a double, He also tallied a run for the Warriors.

  • Hasty makes history as ILHS Warriors’ 1st female golf signee

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School senior golfer Kara Hasty made some Warriors sports history March 23.
    Hasty, who is all about strokes on the golf course, made history with the stroke of her hand as she became the first ILHS female golfer to sign a golf scholarship at the Lancaster County Class AAA high school as family, friends, coaches along with school and athletic administrators witnessed.
    Hasty, since the end of her sixth-grade year, has played golf and made steady progress.

  • Nelson stressing better defense for Bruins

    Lancaster High School fourth-year soccer coach Adam Nelson said improved defense is a key for the Bruins’ booters this spring.
    Lancaster, which has earned three straight Class AAAA Upper State playoff bids under Nelson, is in the thick of the Region III-AAAA race.
    “We have to play better defense,” Nelson said. “I know we can score goals, but our defense thus far hasn’t been up to par.
    “We need to get more clean sheets if we’re going to win more matches,” he said.

  • Vols sweep Indian Land booters

    Andrew Jackson registered a sweep of county rival Indian Land at Warriors Stadium on Wednesday night.
    The Volunteers, 6-2, posted a 3-1 win over the Warriors.
    Jared Truesale tallied two goals and Mason McKittrick scored one in the AJ win.
    Tyler Williams notched 10 saves in goal for the Vols.
    In the jayvee match, the 5-0 Junior Vols took a 2-0 win over the ILHS Junior Warriors.
    Owen Phillips and Parker Deese each scored a goal for the AJ junior varsity. Carter Nunnery and Austin Kennington teamed for the shutout.

  • Wright wins Caddie Classic

    Lancaster High School golfer Simon Wright shot a one-under 71 to capture the 25th annual “Papa Ed” Caddie Classic at the Lancaster Golf Club on Sunday afternoon.
    Wright, who played on the Class AAAA state champion LHS Bruins team last spring, shot a 34 in the opening nine holes, including four birdies, on the warm, but blustery day at LGC.
    Ninety-eight junior golfers from across the state competed for 36 caddie spots and 4 alternate positions for the Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am scheduled for April 15 at Barefoot Resort in Myrtle Beach.

  • Lady Jackets rip Cyclones

    The Buford High School girls soccer team raised its record to 6-3 with a 6-0 win over Class AAA Chester High School on Tuesday night.
    Isabella Jones and Chaney Smith led all scorers with two goals each. Marisa King and Sophie Ribelin each scored one goal in the win.
    Madison Funderburk recorded her fifth shutout of the season. Buford’s next game is next Thursday at home against county foe Andrew Jackson High School.
    Lady Warriors win

  • Roberts leads LHS girls hoops honors

    The Lancaster High School girls basketball teams, varsity and junior varsity squads, drew the LHS blue and gold spotlight at the annual Lady Bruins basketball awards Monday night in the Flex Room of the school’s Multipurpose Building.
    Junior forward Kiara Roberts led the award winners with two hoops honors.
    Roberts, who averaged 10.6 points and 10.7 rebounds a game, was presented the Bruin Award.
    “Kiara played hard all the time,” LHS girls coach Ronnie Robinson said. “No matter the score, she always gave us her best effort.”

  • Volunteers blank Knights, 4-0

    Andrew Jackson pushed its Region IV-AA baseball mark to 5-2, posting a 4-0 win over North Central on Tuesday night.
    Volunteers’ senior right-hander Will Hudson went the distance, registering nine strikeouts and allowing three hits in the shutout. He allowed no walks.
    Hudson aided his cause with a double and drove in a run.
    Bryce Helms led the offense with two hits and two RBIs. Brett Percival belted a solo home run, scored twice and had a RBI.

  • Lady Bruins drill AJHS

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins evened their softball record at 4-4, rolling to a 15-2 road win over county rival Andrew Jackson High School on Wednesday night.
    Riley Burton led the LHS offense with three singles.
    N’Oneisti Witherspoon had a triple and double in the Lady Bruins’ attack.
    Ana Watts laced a single and a double. Amarie Gist had two singles as did Maya Miller.
    Madison Morris and Taylor Ames-Alexander each had a double, while
    Nykie Mingo supplied a hit.

  • Lady Jackets win

    The Buford High School girls soccer team blanked the Governor’s School, 4-0 Monday night at home.
    Isabella Jones led all scorers with two goals. Kalyn Stroud and Sophie Ribelin each tallied one goal.
    Madison Funderburk recorded her fourth shutout of the season.
    The Yellow Jackets are 5-3 overall, 3-0 in region play.
    Buford played at Chester High School on Tuesday night.
    Camden edges ILHS
    Camden built a 2-1 halftime lead and held on for a 4-3 win over the host Indian Land Lady Warriors on Friday night at Warrior Stadium.