Today's Sports

  • LHS alumni hoops games score big


    The first Lancaster High School alumni basketball game was a slam dunk.

    The event, held Saturday, April 12 in the Lancaster High School gym, included three games – a women’s game along with two men’s contests.

  • Wells a winner at Buford High



        Tripp Watts, the interim Buford High School head football coach, has some big shoes to fill.

  • Lady Bruins go 3-1 in Cheraw...

     The Lancaster Lady Bruins went 3-1 in the annual Cheraw Spring Swing prep softball tournament on Monday, April 14 in Cheraw.

    The tournament was scheduled to be played over two days, but with rain in the forecast for Tuesday, April 15, the tourney format was altered to have a one-day tournament.

  • Jackets win tourney finale


    Buford High capped play in the Sandlapper Invitational, taking a 5-2 comeback win over Edisto High at Pelion High School on Wednesday, April 16.

    The Jackets, down 2-1 in the seventh inning, rallied for four runs on the way to the three-run victory over the Cougars.

  • Literacy 5K road race at USCL...


    A field of 150 runners, including the 2013 overall winner, is expected to compete in the Lancaster Runs 5K race for Literacy on Saturday morning at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.

  • LSS hosts 7 divisions Saturday


    Lancaster Super Speedway will host seven divisions of dirt track racing Saturday, April 19 at the half-mile oval.

    The action will be headlined by the Late Model Division, Limited Late Models and 525s.

  • AJ, BHS split in tourney


    Buford and Andrew Jackson split games in their first two days of play in the Sandlapper Invitational prep baseball tournament.

    The Jackets rallied for an 11-10 win over Brookland-Cayce of Columbia in first-round play Saturday, April 12, but then dropped a 9-1 loss to Pelion at Pelion High School on Monday, April 14.

  • Aldridge returns for LSS win


    Veteran driver Robbie Aldridge made a triuphant return to victory lane to capture the Pro Street main event at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, April 12.

    The Pro Street front row featured Andrew Baker and Andy Hodges.

  • Warriors’ Rogers, Smith head...

     Robert Howey


    The Indian Land Warriors were the toast of the Lancaster County prep basketball hardwood for the 2013-14 season.

    The Warriors, who finished 20-5 and the Class AA Upper State runners-up, won the Region IV-AA championship with an unbeaten record for the second straight season.

  • Gems of the county gyms

     Robert Howey


    Two ace senior guards and a veteran coach who guided his team to a state title berth highlight The Lancaster News’ all-county honors for the 2013-14 girls basketball season.

    Andrew Jackson High School senior guard Dareisha Sowell and Lancaster High School senior guard Kyia Hough shared the County Player of the Year for girls basketball.