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Today's Sports

  • Lady Warriors Upstate champs

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors will defend their Class AAA state girls soccer championship.

    The ILHS girls captured the Class AAA Upper State title for the second straight season, rolling to a 6-0 road win over Woodruff High School on Monday night.

    The Lady Warriors, 19-3-1, built a 4-0 halftime lead and added pair of second-half goals on the way to their fourth straight shutout win in postseason play.

  • Mosley captures Cauthen Motors...

    Lancaster Motor Speedway action Saturday night was wild  and crazy.

    The top race was in the Renegade Division with the Cauthen Motors Renegade Rumble paying $2,000 to win.

    Andrew Baker and Travis Mosley were on the front row, with  Josh Langley and Tyler Love on row two.

    The third row featured Brandy Baker and Brady Kirk, with Andy Hodges and Andy Blackwood on the fourth row.

    Any of those drivers can win anywhere in the Renegade Division at any track.

  • Bolt boosts IL to playoff win

    CAMDEN – Indian Land Bolted into the winner’s bracket of the Class AAA Upper State championship baseball playoffs Thursday in Camden.

    The 21-7 Warriors, bolstered by ace senior pitcher Nolan Bolt, opened the Class AA Upstate title tournament with a 4-1 win over Camden High School.

    Camden, the Region IV-AAA runner-up to Indian Land during regular-season play, didn’t have an answer for Bolt on the mound, or at the plate.

  • AJ’s Crosby to play at Claflin

    KERSHAW – Claflin University is the right place for Andrew Jackson High School senior volleyball star Makaylen Crosby.

    So good that the Lady Volunteers ace student-athlete is going to spend the next four years at the Orangeburg college, a NCAA Div. II member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

    Crosby made it official, signing with the Lady Panthers volleyball program on April 27 in the AJ media center.

    “Claflin feels like home,” Crosby said. “When I went there, it felt like home.

  • Bruins, Warriors show strength...

    The annual Lancaster High School liftathon, which included Indian Land, was heavy on fundraising attempts by both county schools.

    The annual event, held in the spring, serves as a fundraiser as football players, with the completion of winter workouts centered on the weight room, seek pledges for the bench press. The more pounds the more money for the effort.

    Lancaster invited Indian Land to be a part of the liftathon, held in the LHS gym on April 28.

  • Foursome’s 19-under wins Fore...

    A record 116 golfers enjoyed a day of golf, food and fellowship at the eighth annual Fore The Children golf tournament April 20 at the Edgewater Golf Club.

    The tournament is held to benefit the Lancaster, Chester and York chapters of the Child Evangelism Fellowship.

    The winning team, which posted a 19-under, included Cliff Henson, Caleb Henson, Bruce McCaskill and Matthew Broughton.

    The second-place team, with a 16 under, featured Steve Price, Dave Faulk, Harvey Funderburk and JaRon Stevenson.

  • IL Loughry to play for Pride

    INDIAN LAND – David Loughry is ready for his next challenge – the next level.

    Loughry, the Indian Land High School senior quarterback who came back from a tough injury, is set to play college football.

    Loughry is headed to Greensboro College, a NCAA Division III school which plays in the USA South Conference.

    Loughry, a 6-3, 185-pounder who broke his femur – thigh bone– and missed the last half of his junior season, rebounded to produce a solid senior year at ILHS.

  • Bruins third in Southern Cross...

    The Lancaster High School golf team, fresh off winning the Region III-AAAA championship for the fourth straight season, finished third in the prestigious Southern Cross golf tournament at the Palmetto Golf Club in Aiken over the weekend of April 27-28.

    The tournament featured 22 teams from across the Carolinas.

    LHS shot a 444 (221-223) to finish behind Boiling Springs with a 434 (220-214) and Cannon School of Concord, N.C., with a 437 (223-214), was second.

  • MMSA 4-Cylinders Crook Memorial...

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will honor one of its all-time great racers Saturday.

    MMSA 4-Cylinders Buddy Crook Memorial, presented by Burns Ford paying $4,000 to the winner, headlines LMS racing action.

    Crook, who died in 2014, is one of the all-time winningest drivers in LMS history. He won in every division he raced in at the half-mile dirt track.

    Crook’s son Bryan Crook followed in his father’s footsteps and tire tracks and kept the winning tradition going.

  • Revels’ blast lifts LHS to...

    Lancaster used a fourth-inning power surge to secure the Class AAAA District III softball championship Wednesday at the LHS field.

    The LHS girls, 16-3, snapped a scoreless draw in one big swing, with senior catcher Gracie Revels belting a two-run homer in the fourth inning to spark the Lady Bruins to a 2-1 win over Travelers Rest.

    The Lady Bruins’ win sends them to Union County to face the UCHS Lady Yellow Jackets in the Class AAAA Upper State double-elimination tournament title round today at 6:30 p.m.