Today's Sports

  • ‘Team Walters’ prevails


    In the most competitive tournament in its history, four teams tied at 15-under, with the winner in the Fore the Kids Golf tournament determined by a scorecard playoff.

    “Team Walters” prevailed in the card playoff at Edgewater Golf Club on Friday, May 29.

  • CPTC earns 19 medals at meet


    The Columbus Parker Track Club earned 19 medals at the Greenville Jets Invitational track meet at Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville earlier this spring.

    The team, a Lancaster area youth track team, competed in a field of 1,200-plus athletes at the Greenville area meet.

  • Warrior soccer heads IL spring...


    The four-time Class AA state runner-up Indian Land Warriors’ boys soccer team led the royal blue and gold honorees at the annual Indian Land spring sports awards in the IL gym on Tuesday, May 26.

  • BHS baseball leads honors


    The Buford High School baseball team, which posted a 25-2 record, led the maroon and gold honorees at the annual BHS winter-spring sports awards at the Lancaster County Class AA high school on Tuesday, May 26.

  • Baker bounty highlights track...


    Lancaster Super Speedway is hosting six divisions of racing, with the Heintz Performance SECA Crate Late Models, Faith Funderburke Realty Super Stock, Deal 1 Auto Sales SECA Crate Sportsman, Cauthen Motors Renegades, U.S. Bonding Vintage and M&M Garage Extreme 4.

  • AJ honors state runner-up...


    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson saluted its athletes at the annual Volunteers’ All-Sports Banquet at the high school on Tuesday, May 26.

  • LHS 12th in Class AAA state golf...


    The Lancaster High School golf team posted a solid season for the 2015 campaign.

    The Bruins of coach Scott Beatty won the Region III golf championship and placed fourth in the Class AAA Upper State field in Seneca at Cross Creek Country Club.

  • Wolves sign Meadows


    The Newberry College football team’s 2015 recruiting effort has landed a pair of Bruins’ football standouts, the latest ace defender Cameron Meadows.

  • Franklin captures eventful...


    The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series rolled into Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, May 30 with 16 of the best Super Late Model Drivers in the Carolina's competing for the $4,000 prize.

    The front row had Tim “The Toolman” Allen and fan favorite and hometown driver “The Rock Hill Bad Boy” Ben Watkins.

    At the green, Allen, Watkins, another hometown favorite, Josh Langley, and Johnny Pursley battled for the lead entering turn one.

  • Jones signs to play with USCL...


    Buford High School tri-sport athlete Valerie Jones is taking her game to town and the next level.

    Jones, who played basketball, volleyball and soccer for the Lady Jackets, has signed to play college soccer at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.