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Today's Sports

  • AJ’s Cox earns Class AA all-...

    Andrew Jackson High School golfer Emily Cox earned Class AA all-state honors after playing in the Class AA girls state championship tournament at Black Bear Country Club in Longs.
    Cox shot a 151, 78-73, to place fourth overall in the Class AA girls state field.
    She represented Andrew Jackson High as an individual participant in the Class AA tournament.
    Bishop England’s Kathleen Sumner placed first with a 142 (72-70), while  Carly Lyvers from St Joseph’s of Greenville was second with a 148 (75-73).

  • Lady Bruins fall in Class AAA...

    The LHS girls tennis team fell to top-seeded Daniel High of Clemson in the opening round of the Class AAA girls state playoffs on Thursday, Oct. 29 at Daniel High School.
    The Lady Bruins fought valiantly but couldn’t overcome the experience of Daniel and fell 7-0.
    The LHS girls bright spots were the No. 3 and No. 4 singles players, Tiesha Shannon and Kate Muse.

  • County trio preps for football...

    No prep games this week doesn’t mean no work for the three Lancaster County football teams who are bound for the playoffs which open Nov. 13 for Class AA and AAA teams.
    Lancaster, Buford and Indian Land will be competing in the postseason tournament and all three began work this week in preparation for first-round games a week from Friday.
    Lancaster, 8-2 and the runner-up in Region III-AAA, will be at home for first-round play as the Bruins will face 6-4 Wren High School of Piedmont, the third-place team out of Region II-AAA.

  • Buford, AJ Vols advance

    Region IV-AA champion Buford High School posted its second straight sweep to advance to third-round play in the Class AA Upper State volleyball playoffs Monday, Nov. 2.
    BHS prevailed, 25-22, 25-20 and 25-22.
    In game three, Buford fell behind early 11-4 and Liberty extended its lead to 19-9 on the Lady Jackets.
    BHS senior Gabby Davis served eight straight points to give Buford a 21-20 lead on the way to cap the sweep.
    In game two, Buford opened with a 4-0 lead, but Liberty rallied to forge a 12-5 edge on BHS.

  • Jackets rally to top Pride

    Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    Buford got back in the win column with a 28-21 win over Carolina Pride of Charlotte, N.C., on Friday, Oct. 30.

    The win halted a two-game skid and gave Buford a 6-4 overall record on the season. Carolina Pride, a faith-based team of home school and private school players, battled the Yellow Jackets in Buford’s final game of the regular season.

    Buford’s defense, a big part of the Jacket’s successful season, stood tall again.

  • Centurions’ charge seizes victory

    Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    Call it the nightmare on Stadium Street.

    Broome, down 23-14 with less than two minutes to play, stormed back to take a 29-26 overtime win over the stunned Bruins on Friday, Oct. 30 – Halloween eve – at Memorial Stadium.

    LHS senior kicker Trevor Latham drilled a 35-yard field goal with 1:56 to play to give the No. 9 Bruins a 23-14 lead.

    From that point, the never-say-die Centurions, with a ghost of a chance to win, rallied to take the three-point comeback win in overtime.

  • Massey-led Warriors deck Vols

    Lee McManus

    For The Lancaster News

    INDIAN LAND – It was senior night for the Indian Land Warriors and they hosted their second straight county rival, the Andrew Jackson Volunteers.

    Thanks to the running of Lee Massey and three defensive scores the Warriors were able to hold off a game Volunteer team late for a 48-27 win.

    Early on Andrew Jackson used the running of Heath Gandy, and Indian Land mistakes, to take a 13-6 lead.

  • Lancaster girls rally to advance

    Staff Reports

    Region III-AAA champion Lancaster rallied to notch a 3-2 comeback win over Wren in the opening round of the Class AAA Upper State volleyball playoffs on Thursday, Oct. 29 in the LHS gym.

    The Lady Bruins prevailed in a seesaw match in opening round play.

    Lancaster, down 2-1, rallied to take the match in a decisive fifth game with a convincing 15-7 game five win.

    The teams split the opening two games before Wren won a marathon game three, 34-32.

  • Jackets rally to top Pride

    Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    Buford got back in the win column with a 28-21 win over Carolina Pride of Charlotte, N.C., on Friday, Oct. 30.

    The win halted a two-game skid and gave Buford a 6-4 overall record on the season. Carolina Pride, a faith-based team of home school and private school players, battled the Yellow Jackets in Buford’s final game of the regular season.

    Buford’s defense, a big part of the Jacket’s successful season, stood tall again.

  • Massey-led Warriors deck Vols

    Lee McManus

    For The Lancaster News

    INDIAN LAND – It was senior night for the Indian Land Warriors and they hosted their second straight county rival, the Andrew Jackson Volunteers.

    Thanks to the running of Lee Massey and three defensive scores the Warriors were able to hold off a game Volunteer team late for a 48-27 win.

    Early on Andrew Jackson used the running of Heath Gandy, and Indian Land mistakes, to take a 13-6 lead.