.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

High School Sports

  • Vols’ Funderburk contributing kicks

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers aren’t blessed with a large senior class this football season, but the ones they have are making key contributions to the AJ team.
    One in particular is Vols’ senior kicker Avery Funderburk, a team veteran who has become most reliable when summoned.
    Funderburk, a 6-3, 160-pounder, is a three-year player for the AJ football team.
    He recalls in his early days of kicking for the Vols, he was “extremely nervous.”

  • Cycs edge Warriors in 12-9 win

    Lee McManus
    For The Lancaster News
    CHESTER – Last year, the Indian Land Warriors had a lead against the Chester Cyclones only to lose by one point in the final seconds.
    The game this season against third-ranked Chester High School might not have been as dramatic, but missed opportunities Friday night cost Indian Land High School in a tough 12-9 loss at CHS.
    Two big fourth downs proved to be the difference in the Warriors’ loss in its first Region IV-AAA game this season.

  • Rams edge Vols for region win

    David Kellin
    For The Lancaster News
    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School’s all-out effort came up just short as Chesterfield used a late touchdown to edge the Volunteers, 17-14 on Friday night.
    The Rams’ Shyhiem Rivers scored on a four-yard touchdown run with a minute to play to give CHS the three-point Region IV-AA comeback win.

  • Jackets maul Lions, 62-30

    Buford High School senior running back Tyheim Miller and BHS Yellow Jackets had a big night Friday night, drumming the visiting Lewisville Lions, 62-30.
    The Jackets’ 32-point win put BHS at 3-3 overall, 3-0 in region play with their third straight win.
    Miller, in a stellar showing, ignited for 258 explosive yards from scrimmage and scored four touchdowns on runs of 33, 30, 61, and 60 yards in the Jackets’ rout of the winless Lions, 0-6.

  • Bruins claw Cavaliers in region opener

    The Lancaster Bruins took time in getting rolling, but once they did, it was a blue and gold steamroll.
    Lancaster, coming off a bye week after a 41-20 road loss to Chester, was sluggish out of the gate, but steadily came on to post the 38-0 win over Richland Northeast to open Region IV-AAAA football play Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
    “We had a slow start, but we created a spark and it got us going,” LHS coach Bobby Collins.
    The spark came late in the first period when RNE, on the move, drove inside the LHS 20, but stalled.

  • Lady Warriors have strong showing in Eastside tourney

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors volleyball team, competing in the Carolina Challenge at Eastside High School in the Greenville area last weekend, finished tied for third out of 16 teams.
    The ILHS girls tied Daniel 25-22, 17-25, beat Westside 25-18, 25-17, beat Greer 25-21, 25-21 and fell to host Eastside, 25-13, 25-23.
    Baylee Vought was voted to the Carolina Challenge all-tournament team.
    Vought had 8 aces, 26 kills, 6 blocks and 27 assists.
    Sarah Moore had 6 aces and 29 assists.
    Sarah Van Hoose had 12 kills.

  • All-Star Game has new date, location

    Hurricane Florence has passed, but continues its impact on the 2018 S.C. high school football season.
    Two weeks ago, the S.C. High School League, the governing body of Palmetto State interscholastic competition, voted unanimously to extend the 2018 high school football regular season a week. Hurricane Florence hit the Pee Dee and coastal regions of the state hard, causing schools to close due with flooding and extensive property damage.

  • Buford lashes Lions, 62-30

    Buford posted its third straight win to stay unbeaten in Region IV-AA play with a 62-30 home win over Lewisville on Friday night.

  • Bruins claw Cavaliers, 38-0

    Lancaster opened Region IV-AAAA play, rolling to a 38-0 home win over Richland Northeast on Friday night.

  • Rams top Volunteers, 17-14

    Chesterfield scored late to down Andrew Jackson, 17-14 in Region IV-AA play on Friday night.