https://www.thelancasternews.com/sports/rss.xml en Crenshaw charges to club crown https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/crenshaw-charges-club-crown <img src="https://www.thelancasternews.com/sites/www.thelancasternews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/dsc_1768.jpg" alt="Lancaster High School golfer Trey Crenshaw strokes a birdie putt on No. 18 to wrap up the Lancaster Golf Club championship on Sunday afternoon. " title="Lancaster High School golfer Trey Crenshaw strokes a birdie putt on No. 18 to wrap up the Lancaster Golf Club championship on Sunday afternoon. " align="left" hspace="6" /><p> Trey Crenshaw, a mere 15, was the man Sunday afternoon at the Lancaster Golf Club.</p> <p> Crenshaw, a freshman member of the Class AAAA state champion Lancaster High School golf team last May, added another crown jewel to his sterling links resume.</p> <p> Crenshaw, down two shots to fellow LHS teammate Mason Tucker, charged to the LGC club championship with a nine-under 135 (67-68) to post a three-shot win over five-time club champion Scott Roberts, who was denied his third straight club championship on a sweltering afternoon in the 36-hole tournament.</p> North take Classic win https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/north-take-classic-win <img src="https://www.thelancasternews.com/sites/www.thelancasternews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/a18y3462_jm.jpg" alt="Indian Land’s Taj Knight (44) wraps up an Ardrey Kell High School runner during the Warriors’ Classic play." title="Indian Land’s Taj Knight (44) wraps up an Ardrey Kell High School runner during the Warriors’ Classic play." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> The North forces &ndash; four North Carolina high schools &ndash; prevailed in the 12th annual North-South Kickoff Classic at Lancaster Memorial Stadium on Saturday night.</p> <p> Buford, in the scrimmage, opened with a 14-7 win over Northwest Cabarrus and Weck Mecklenburg evened the score at 21-all with a 14-7 win over Andrew Jackson.</p> <p> Ardrey Kell topped Indian Land in a 14-7 win to give the North a 35-28 win.</p> <p> Lancaster and South Mecklenburg battled to a scoreless draw to cap the action.</p> Mosley takes Renegade race win https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/mosley-takes-renegade-race-win <img src="https://www.thelancasternews.com/sites/www.thelancasternews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/racing_photo_bc_2.jpg" alt="Driver Travis Mosley, crew and fans celebrated in victory lane at LMS following his Renegade checkers on Saturday night." title="Driver Travis Mosley, crew and fans celebrated in victory lane at LMS following his Renegade checkers on Saturday night." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> Travis Mosley highlighted action at Lancaster Motor Speedway, winning the Renegade race.</p> <p> Mosley and Andrew Baker were on the front row for the main event. At the green flag, Mosley, Andrew Baker, Brandy Baker and Jason Knight battled for the lead entering turn one.</p> <p> Exiting turn two, Andrew Baker and Mosley battled for the lead, while Knight, Brandy Baker and Brady Kirk battled for third. As the laps passed, Andrew Baker and Mosley put on a&nbsp; show.</p> <p> Mosley was all over Baker for the lead, seeking a way around the young Baker.</p> Bruins fall to West Meck https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/bruins-fall-west-meck <p> <strong>CHESTER</strong> &ndash; Lancaster dropped a 14-7 loss to West Mecklenburg High School of Charlotte in the Chester County Jamboree on Friday night at Chester High School.</p> <p> The Hawks, with the big play, struck for a 14-0 lead and held on for the seven-point win.</p> <p> A LHS fumble led to the Hawks&rsquo; first score.</p> <p> A snap after the turnover, West Meck quarterback Preston Brown heaved a 55-yard pass to Khafre Brown at the Bruins&rsquo; 10.</p> <p> Four plays later, Jamari Taylor scored on a two-yard run.</p> Jackets, Vols fall in Camden jamboree https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/jackets-vols-fall-camden-jamboree-0 <p> <strong>David Kellin</strong></p> <p> <em>For The Lancaster News</em></p> <p> <strong>CAMDEN</strong> &ndash; The Buford Yellow dropped a 19-0 loss to Class AAAA foe Westwood High School of Blythewood in the Camden Shrine Jamboree on Friday night. The Redhawks took an early lead with a touchdown and a recovered fumble for a touchdown. The teams were balanced in choices of plays, splitting equally between runs and passes.</p> Games set for Brawl https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/games-set-brawl <img src="https://www.thelancasternews.com/sites/www.thelancasternews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/-_img_0054_0.jpg" alt="Lancaster High School’s Phillip Mickles (2) tries to escape the grasp of Buford’s Tanner Vespe (33) during the 2017 Bear Hug Brawl at Buford High School." title="Lancaster High School’s Phillip Mickles (2) tries to escape the grasp of Buford’s Tanner Vespe (33) during the 2017 Bear Hug Brawl at Buford High School." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> The order of play for the seventh annual Bear Hug Brawl is set.</p> <p> Play in the junior varsity football jamboree is scheduled to begin just after the opening ceremonies at 6 p.m. Thursday.</p> <p> Buford faces Lancaster in the opening game, followed by Indian Land against Andrew Jackson.</p> <p> Following the IL vs. AJ clash, the halftime festivities will begin, highlighted by the annual kicking contest.</p> <p> Gamecocks mascot Cocky and the Clemson Tiger are each scheduled to attend and perform.</p> Gurley confident about Gamecocks https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/gurley-confident-about-gamecocks <img src="https://www.thelancasternews.com/sites/www.thelancasternews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/dsc_1724.jpg" alt="Former University of South Carolina Gamecocks football standout Tori Gurley makes a point during the Lancaster County Gamecock Club fall kickoff at the Lancaster Moose Lodge on Monday night." title="Former University of South Carolina Gamecocks football standout Tori Gurley makes a point during the Lancaster County Gamecock Club fall kickoff at the Lancaster Moose Lodge on Monday night." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> Tori Gurley is confident about the 2018 University of South Carolina Gamecocks&rsquo; season.</p> <p> How confident?</p> <p> The former USC receiver, the guest speaker at the Lancaster County Gamecock Club fall kickoff at the Lancaster Moose Lodge on Monday night, guaranteed a USC win over Southeastern Conference East Division rival Georgia.</p> <p> The Gamecocks, who face state foe Coastal to open the season at home Sept. 1, host Georgia, the national runner-up to Alabama, on Sept. 8.</p> Dixie Baseball sets meeting Aug. 21 https://www.thelancasternews.com/content/dixie-baseball-sets-meeting-aug-21 <img src="https://www.thelancasternews.com/sites/www.thelancasternews.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/dsc_1735.jpg" alt="The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14U all-stars, the SC state champion, gather one final time with their families and fans for a parting cheer after arriving home Thursday night from the team’s play in the Dixie Boys World Series in Bossier City, La. The Lancaster Dixie Boys stars finished third in the 12-team field," title="The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14U all-stars, the SC state champion, gather one final time with their families and fans for a parting cheer after arriving home Thursday night from the team’s play in the Dixie Boys World Series in Bossier City, La. The Lancaster Dixie Boys stars finished third in the 12-team field," align="left" hspace="6" /><p> Lancaster Dixie Baseball will hold a general meeting at 6:30 Aug. 21 at the Lancaster Shrine Club, 1449 Plantation Road.</p> <p> The meeting will feature a question-and-answer session.</p> <p> Lancaster Dixie Youth Baseball officials welcome parents, coaches &ndash;past, present and future, along with community members to attend the meeting.</p> <p> &ldquo;We want to get input from the community on what has been beneficial and what areas need improvement,&rdquo; LDB chairman Dale Laney said.</p>