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Today's Sports

  • Roberts returns to club champion

    Scott Roberts is back on top at the Lancaster Golf Club.
    Roberts, who was denied a third straight LGC title last year by Lancaster High School upstart golfer Trey Crenshaw, returned to the links throne with a two-shot win over another Lancaster High School star golfer Simon Wright on Sunday afternoon.
    Roberts’ close win gave him six club crowns, three in the last four years. He now has the most club championships at the LGC with six, one more than Bobby Bumgardner, a former Lancaster High School star golfer who later played at Furman University.

  • Roberts returns to club champion

    Scott Roberts is back on top at the Lancaster Golf Club.
    Roberts, who was denied a third straight LGC title last year by Lancaster High School upstart golfer Trey Crenshaw, returned to the links throne with a two-shot win over another Lancaster High School star golfer Simon Wright on Sunday afternoon.
    Roberts’ close win gave him six club crowns, three in the last four years. He now has the most club championships at the LGC with six, one more than Bobby Bumgardner, a former Lancaster High School star golfer who later played at Furman University.

  • Harrises, Davis continue track...

    In the spring, Indian Land High School track stars DeShon Harris, DeVonte Harris and Marlin Davis earned statewide recognition as members of the state champion Class AAA 4 x 400 relay team.
    The trio, over the summer, has continued to shine, dashing to national honors.

  • Vought commits to play at Akron

    Indian Land High School junior volleyball player Baylee Vought has verbally committed to play volleyball for the University of Akron (Zips).
    Akron, a NCAA Division I school, competes in the Mid-American Conference (MAC).
    Vought is a premier setter and versatile hitter for the Indian Land Warriors.
    In 2018, as a sophomore, Vought was selected Class AAA all-state, Region IV-AAA Player of the Year and All-Area, as well as the Warriors Offensive MVP.
    Vought said she loves and is committed to the sport of volleyball.

  • Knight Memorial features...

    The second annual Phillip Knight Memorial Race provided area race fans with another thrilling night of dirt track racing action.
    - In the Vintage main event, the Ford of Johnny Starkey notched a hard-fought win over Shaun Crook.
    Top 5: Starkey, Crook, Michael Deese, Andy Templin and Joe Howie.
    - The Super Stock saw Timbo Mangum dominate on his way to picking up his second straight Phillip Knight Memorial race win.
    Top 5: Mangum, Andrew Baker, Brandy Baker, Michael Chaney and Andrew Winderl.

  • Crenshaw bids to defend club...

    Lancaster High School sophomore golfer Trey Crenshaw has enjoyed his share of links success at the Lancaster Golf Club, and he will look for more this weekend.
    Crenshaw, a three-time medalist in the last four years for the Region III-AAAA golf champion Bruins, heads the field for the annual Lancaster Golf Club championship.
    Play in the two-day tournament opens Saturday morning and closes at mid-afternoon Sunday.
    Crenshaw is the defending club champion after dethroning five-time club champion Scott Roberts last August.

  • County diamond quartet set for...

    Lancaster County will have solid representation in the 12th annual Diamond Prospects Palmetto Games at the University of South Carolina’s Founders Park this weekend.
    The Palmetto Games will be played Saturday and Sunday at the Gamecocks baseball field in Columbia.
    Four county participants – a coach and three players – will be featured on the Mideast team.
    The trio of players includes J.P. Cunningham of Lancaster High School, along with Andrew Jackson High School standouts Chas DeBruhl and Kyle Percival.

  • Steen, Sellers receive Larry...

    The annual Lancaster Dixie Baseball program has awarded its Larry Small Scholarship to the 2018 and 2019 recipients.
    Tanner Sellers was the 2018 recipient and Gavin Steen received the 2019 scholarship.
    The $500 scholarships were presented July 31.
    The scholarship is awarded to a 12-year-old Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone League player based on the athlete’s all-around character among other criteria.
    The Ozone League is for players ages 11-12.

  • Speedway action off on Aug. 17

    Lancaster Motor Speedway co-promoters Eric Caskey and Shannon Munn have decided to take off Saturday, Aug. 17.
    This idle night at the raceway will give the fans and drivers of Lancaster Motor Speedway a chance to attend the local high school football jamboree that night.
    The annual Founders Federal Credit Union Kickoff Classic is set that night at Andrew Jackson High School’s Volunteer Stadium, where all four county football teams will be competing.

  • State bling for Boulware