Today's Sports

  • LHS girls split in matches


    The Lancaster High School girls soccer team split a pair of Region III-AAAA matches to launch regular-season play.

    The Lady Bruins, in their home opener, dropped a 4-2 loss to South Pointe at Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, March 12.

  • IL honors winter stars


    INDIAN LAND – A wonderful winter of athletic success was highlighted at the annual Indian Land High School winter sports awards Monday, March 10 in the IL gym.

    Warriors stars of the mat and hardwood along with those who provided cheers were honored.

  • Tourney crowns martial arts...


    One of the year’s biggest stages for the Dojo Organization took place in Lancaster on Saturday, March 8 at the Springdale Recreation Center, as Hanshi James White and Universal Karate Studios hosted its 40th annual martial arts tournament.

  • Trapps knows ups, downs of...



         Ron Trapps, in one season, has experienced the highs and lows of college basketball.

    Trapps, the former Lancaster High School basketball star, is “going dancing” in his hoops shoes.

  • Trull Memorial race reset for...


    GASTONIA, N.C. – Carolina Speedway, after a rainout last weekend, is hosting the 14th annual Carolina Clash Skyler Trull Memorial on March 14-15.

  • Lady Vols hope for better finish...


    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson High Lady Vols saw a great 2013 softball season come to a bitter close when they were eliminated by county and Region IV-AA rival Buford in the District 4 final last spring.

    AJ, a 21-7 finisher, won the Region IV-AA championship en route to the playoffs.

  • Volunteers ignite late to drill...


    Andrew Jackson used a seven-run seventh inning on the way to a 13-3 high school baseball win over Lancaster High at Doomsday Corner on Monday, March 10.

    The Volunteers, 4-0, took a 6-3 lead into the seventh inning and erupted for seven runs on the way to the 10-run road victory.

  • Still a banner Lady Vols season



    The Andrew Jackson High Lady Vols’ stellar season came to a close with the disappointing 59-26 loss to Class AA’s No. 1 Bishop England High School of Charleston in the Class AA girls state championship game on Saturday, March 8 at the Colonial Life Center on the University of South Carolina campus.

  • Bishops belt Lady Vols


    COLUMBIA – Bishop England, in relentless fashion, accomplished its state championship mission Saturday, March 8 at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia.

  • Kershaw Stingrays swim team...

    The Kershaw Stingrays swim team will hold its registration for the 2014 season on Monday, March 10 and Thursday, March 13 from 4 to 6 p.m.at the Kershaw Bowling Alley.

    Swim suits and other items related to the swim season will also be ordered at that time.

     For more details, call the Kershaw Recreation Department at (803) 475-2142.