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Today's Sports

  • Warriors Upstate champs

     

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School soccer coach Adam Cole is hoping the third time is the championship.

    The Warriors, in the Class AA state title match for the third straight season, earned their shot with a third-straight Class AA Upper State crown on Tuesday, May 20 at IL’s Reservation.

  • Bruins, Jackets spring games...

     

    Lancaster and Buford, each under new head football coaches, will hold their spring football games Saturday.

    The Lancaster High spring football game is at 3 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.

  • Post 31 juniors rally to down...

     

    The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion junior baseball team opened its 2014 season with an 11-7 comeback win over York Post 66 in League V play at York High School on Wednesday, May 21.

    York, in the seesaw game, took an early 4-0 lead with four first-inning runs.

  • County players help SMC earn...

     

    The Spartanburg Methodist College Pioneers will be bidding for the Junior College World Series championship as they open play Sunday, May 25 in Grand Junction, Colo.

  • Late Models slated for LSS...

     

    The Late Model Division, formerly known as Limited Late Models, returns to Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, May 24.

    Dirt track racing fans will also see some of the 525s here as well to run with the Late Models.

  • Warriors edge Newberry, net...

     

    INDIAN LAND – In a match of survival and advance, host Indian Land had enough to edge Newberry in the Class AA Upper State semifinals at IL’s Reservation on Saturday, May 17.

  • IL paces county state track...

     

    Indian Land posted a solid showing in the Class AA state track meet at Spring Valley High School on Saturday, May 17.

    The Warriors, aided by a state runner-up finish, finished 18th in the 36-team field with 13 points.

  • Gilliam bound to be a football...

     

    Ever heard a football coach, in his post-game comments, say something like, “the football gods smiled upon us today?”

    If you’re a casual football fan, quite likely you have heard those words when gridiron good fortune goes a team’s way.

  • Bakers shake out two LSS checkers

     

    The father-son racing duo of Brandy Baker and Andrew Baker highlighted Lancaster Super Speedway action with each capturing a win Saturday, May 17.

    Brandy Baker captured the Pro Street win, while Andrew Baker won the Super Street race.

  • Martin’s golf shot pain comes...

     Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    Alex Martin knows full well the feeling of no pain no gain.

    Martin, a fan of pro golfer Phil Mickelson, endured a painful experience to recently gain a chance to meet the former Masters champion.

    Martin, a Charlotte native and a Lancaster County EMS paramedic, was working the recent Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Country Club in Charlotte.