High School Sports

  • Lady Warriors crush Camden

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors rolled to an 8-0 Region IV-AAA soccer win over Camden.

    The ILHS girls, ranked No. 1 in Class AAA girls, led 4-0 at the half.

    Kelsey Long scored four goals and had an assist. Summer Bishop tallied three goals.

    Brianna Bishop also scored a goal for ILHS.

    Emily Gerdes posted three assists. Kailee Erwin added an assist.

    Indian Land had 47 shots on goal to three for Camden.

    Emma Thompson, who had three saves, and Shelby Ryberg teamed for the shutout in goal.

  • AJ golfers best North Central

    The Andrew Jackson High School golf team upped its record to 2-1 with a 245-262 win over North Central on Tuesday.

    The top five scores counted in the match, with AJ winning by 17 shots.

    Mason Sowell led AJ with a 39, followed by Luke Benfield’s 49 and a 51 each from Tad McCowan and Parker Deese. Bryant Greene shot a 55.

    Raegen Brewer, returning from a injury, carded a 60. Jordan Collins posted a 61 and Ameila Rhyne had a 64.

    “We showed a lot of improvement today,” AJ coach Heath Brewer said.

  • Bruins golfers win 2 matches

    The Lancaster Bruins upped their golf mark to 4-0, taking two wins in a three-way match with Buford High School and South Pointe on Monday.
    Lancaster shot a two-under 142 to top the field, followed by Buford’s 173 and South Pointe’s 190.
    Trey Crenshaw led LHS with a 33, followed by Brady Hinkle’s 35. Mason Tucker carded a 36. Simon Wright and Baylee Evans each had a 38.
    Nick Mangano shot a 40 and Cadi Mangano finished with a 46.

  • Lady Bruins claw Blazers

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins blasted Ridge View, 26-0 to stay unbeaten in Region III-AAAA softball play.
    Madison Morris hurled a one-hitter to pace the Lady Bruins in the shuout halted after three innings Friday night. Morris, at the plate, had two hits.
    Taylor Ames supplied four hits, including two home runs, and drove in eight runs.
    Gracie Revels rapped four hits, including two home runs, and drove in six runs.
    Ashley Abbott had four hits and five RBIs.
    Alexus Lowery and Sydney Cauthen each had three hits and two RBIs.

  • Buford blanks Lewisville, 6-0

    The Buford High School girls soccer team handed Lewisville its first loss, taking a 6-0 win over the Lions on Monday night.
    Buford, in its best game of the season, according to coach Bob Bowen, was led by freshman Marisa King with four goals.
    Isabella Jones netted two.
    Madison Funderburk had the shutout in goal.
    Payton Howell and Nadia Rivera led the BHs defensive effort.
    The Jackets, 3-3, host Indian land on Thursday and North Central on Friday.

  • Bruins deck Blazers, 9-2

    The Lancaster Bruins completed a Region III-AAAA regular season baseball sweep of Ridge View, taking a 9-2 win over the Blazers on Friday night.
    LHS, which earlier defeated RVHS 12-11, was led by Hunter Thomas, who hurled the win in five innings.
    Thomas struck out five and allowed three hits, two runs and a walk.
    Anson Taylor hurled the final two frames in scoreless relief with a strikeout.
    J.P. Cunningham led the Bruins eight-hit attack with two hits, including a double, and scored four runs.

  • Moyer receives fitting farewell

    Jeff Moyer, the late Buford High School coach and teacher who died from brain cancer earlier this month, was better known as “Coach Mo.”
    “Coach Mo,” often related to colleagues, students and players, he was known as “The Legend.”
    Fittingly so, “Coach Mo” was remembered as a BHS legend, one who could generate laughter, reverence and motivation, during a memorial service in the BHS gym on Sunday afternoon.

  • Jackets rally to edge Warriors

    Host Buford won a hard-fought soccer match, taking a 2-1 win over Indian Land on Thursday night.
    In the first half, both teams battled, creating opportunities, but the defenses held strong and the first half was scoreless.
    Indian Land took a 1-0 lead as the Warriors’ senior Joe Tombs brushed the ball to the right from out on the left wing, and took a great shot, to put the Warriors up, 1-0.
    Buford battled to answer the goal.
    The answer came in the 68th minute when Indian Land was whistled for a hand ball just outside the 18-yard box.

  • Lady Bruins’ Woods shines as North MVP

    Lancaster High School girls senior basketball player Zaria Woods put quite a capper on her prep hoops career.
    Woods, playing in the annual North-South girls all-star basketball game, didn’t close with a win, but she had something to savor from the elite contest, her final high school game, at Lexington High School on Saturday afternoon.
    Woods, with 14 points and 12 rebounds, was named the North stars MVP in the game, a 72-64 South win.

  • Vols top Cheraw golfers

    The Andrew Jackson High School golf team evened its record at 1-1 on the season with a Region IV-AA win over Cheraw High School on Thursday.

    The Vols shot a 195 to a 254 for the CHS Braves.

    Mason Sowell shot a 35 to lead AJ. Luke Benfield carded a 49. Tad McCowan had a 55 and Parker Deese carded a 56.

    Brian Greene had a 56 and Amelia Ryne had a 69.

    “We showed improvement from our fist match,” AJ coach Heath Brewer said.

    Central topped the AJ golfers, 205-208 on Tuesday at the Kershaw Country Club.