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Today's Sports

  • Burns Ford team captures Rub of...

    The Burns Ford team shot a 24-under 48 to post its second straight win in the annual Lancaster Chamber of Commerce’s Rub of the Green golf tournament at Carolina Lakes Golf Club on Oct. 25.
    The Burns Ford team included Bobby Young, Tyler Young, Scott Caskey and Scott Roberts, a former Lancaster Golf Club champion.
    A year ago, the Burns Ford team, which was captained by Bobby Young, won with a 49.

  • Lady Warriors advance in playoffs

    The Region IV-AAA champion Indian Land High School Lady Warriors advanced to the third round of the Class AAA Upper State volleyball playoffs with a 3-0 home win over Broome High School on Monday.
    The Lady Warriors, 22-8-2, swept Broome, 25-9, 25-18 and 25-20 to advance.
    Indian Land advances to battle Powdersville, the defending Class AAA Upper State champion, who hosts ILHS today at 6 p.m.
    Baylee Vought had 11 kills, two blocks, 13 digs, eight assists and an ace to pace the Lady Warriors in the win over Broome.

  • Team’s 55 takes McMackin tourney...

    The winning foursome shot a 55 to capture the low-gross win in the 14th annual Neil McMackin Memorial Scholarship golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Sept. 28.
    The tournament was slated to be held Sept. 14, but was canceled due to inclement weather and played Sept. 28.
    The tournament is held in memory of Neil McMackin, a Lancaster High School graduate and Clemson University graduate who died in 2004 from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident in Charleston where he was living at the time.

  • Bruins’ Cloud, Cato earn Tri-...

    FORT MILL – Lancaster High School had two players honored for their play in week nine at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Coaches Association at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill on Oct. 23.
    Bruins’ senior quarterback Kemarkio Cloud and kicker Jacob Cato earned the honors for the Class A-AAAA schools.

  • LMS releases full details about...

    The Renegade Division at Lancaster Motor Speedway will receive one of the largest paydays it has ever had in the history of Lancaster Motor Speedway on Nov. 17.
    For years and years the Renegade Division has been the  favorite division for LMS drivers and fans.
    The division has always been the most talked about division on social media and with the most popular drivers racing in it as well.
    This season, the Renegade Division car count average was between 16-20 cars on most nights.

  • Jackets jolt Knights, win region...

    An old football maxim rang true in a new day for the Buford High School football program Thursday night.
    Defense wins championships, and the old line was as strong as the Jackets’ stop unit in a solid 21-0 win over North Central High School at Jackets Stadium.
    The Yellow Jackets’ shutout sealed the Region IV-AA football championship, Buford’s first since the 1997 season and first in Class AA football.

  • DeBruhl returns to lift Vols to...

    Alan Sims
    For The Lancaster News
    BISHOPVILLE – The Andrew Jackson High School Volunteers welcomed the return of junior quarterback Chas DeBruhl, who by coincidence returned to help the Vols return to the Class AA Upper State football playoffs.
    DeBruhl, who had been a spark in AJ’s 4-0 early-season start, came back Thursday night to toss two touchdown passes to help the Vols to a 14-6, Region IV-AA road win over the Lee Central High School Stallions.

  • Blazers charge back, belt Bruins

    It wasn’t Lancaster High School’s night.
    The Bruins, in hopes of nailing down a third-place finish in Region III-AAAA play, had the opportunity thwarted in a 45-20 road loss to host Ridge View High School on Thursday night.
    The game was originally set for Friday night, but moved to Thursday with heavy rain in the forecast across the state.
    The reigning Thursday was done by the unbridled Blazers, who rebounded from an early 7-0 deficit to take the 25-point win.

  • Warriors hold off Griffins, earn...

    Lee McManus
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – On a chilly Thursday night, a cold, hard fact hit Region IV-AAA – the Indian Land High School Warriors are in the playoffs as a host team.
    The struggling Fairfield Central Griffins battled Indian Land, who was coming off a big big 20-14 overtime win against No. 6 Camden last week.
    The 5-5 Warriors survived in the end, 13-7, but not before getting all it could handle from the feisty Griffins of Winnsboro.

  • Southern All-Stars Race drawing...

    Anticipation is building in the Carolinas racing community for the big race date at Lancaster Motor Speedway.
    LMS, on Nov. 17, will host an event which just keeps getting bigger and bigger.
    The Southern All-Stars Super Late Model Series is making its first trip to Lancaster Motor Speedway for the 2018 racing season, paying $10,000 to win.
    For $10,000 to win, fans can expect to see the top Super Late Model and any Late Model driver in the Carolinas at Lancaster Motor Speedway on that Saturday night in mid-November in hopes of ending the season on a high note.