Today's Sports

  • Sowell, Hinkle lead junior...

     Logan Sowell, the Andrew Jackson High School star golfer, continued his stellar play as the Lancaster chapter of the SC Junior Golf Association opened the second half of its 2014 tournament season.

  • AA stars open strong in Series


    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA machine pitch all-stars are making an early splash in the AA World Series pool B play at Texarkana, Ark.

    The Lancaster AA stars, the South Carolina champion, notched two wins in Pool B play on Friday, July 18.

  • Juniors net state bid with win...

     INMAN – The Lancaster American Legion Post 31 junior baseball team, in a do-or-die situation, kept alive its playoff hopes with a 6-4 win over Inman at Chapman High School on Thursday, July 17.

    The Post 31 juniors’ two-run win earned Lancaster a bid to the S.C. American Legion Junior Baseball state tournament in Florence where play opened Saturday.

  • Sharks post solid Aquatics effort


    The host Lancaster County Sharks posted an impressive effort in the annual Aquatics at the Lancaster County Pool on July 8-9.

    The meet, which capped the 2014 summer recreation swim season, included Camden, Chester, Kershaw and Lancaster County.

  • Ozone stars see state hopes end...


    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone all-stars, ages 11-12, saw their state title hopes end with an 11-5 extra inning loss to Seneca on Wednesday, July 16 at Byerly Park in Hartsville.

    Seneca forged an early 5-1 lead, but Lancaster fought back to tie the game in the bottom of the sixth.

  • Juniors seek to rebound at Inman


    Lancaster returned to Inman hoping to repeat what it accomplished on its first trip to Spartanburg County earlier this week.

  • Debs deliver state title


    The Lancaster Dixie Softball Debs 18U all-star team rebounded in a big way to capture the 2014 state championship and a bid to the Debs World Series.

  • Limited Late Models return to LSS


    The Limited Late Models will return to Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, July 19.

    The Limited Late Models were slated to run earlier this season at the big half-mile track, but the race was cancelled due to teams unable to make the field for the scheduled event.

  • Post 31 gives old Buford High...

     Robert Howey


    As the old saying goes, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”

    Same could nearly be said about the refurbished scoreboard at Eggleton Field, home of the Lancaster Post 31 American Legion baseball program.

    Lancaster Legion Post 31 athletic officer Scott Cato has taken the old Buford High School baseball scoreboard and put it to good use.

  • Passing summertime away

     Gregory A. Summers


    Lancaster High School football coach Bobby Collins would be the first to admit that 7-on-7 football isn’t the real thing.

    After all, it’s shirts, shorts, cleats and helmets. Tackling isn’t allowed and plays stop with one or two-hand contact.