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Today's Sports

  • Warriors notch 5 region mat...

     

    KERSHAW – Indian Land led the Lancaster County contingent in the All-Region IV-AA individual wrestling tournament with five region champions on Saturday, Feb. 1 at Andrew Jackson High School.

  • Warriors top Jackets twice

     INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors, in a reset game, took a pair from Region IV-AA and county rival Buford High School on Monday, Feb. 3.

    The game was originally set for Tuesday, Jan. 28, but rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 3 due to the winter storm last week.

  • Lancers start strong with home...

     

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster opened their sixth baseball season with a four-game sweep of Gray Military Academy of Columbia over the weekend, Feb. 1-2.

    The Lancers capped the sweep with two wins Sunday, Feb. 2 – 7-1 and 12-0.

  • Warriors sweep Braves in region...

     

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land, in different ways, took two on the hardwood from visiting Cheraw High School on Friday, Jan. 31.

    The Lady Warriors, with clutch play in the waning seconds, notched a hard-fought 55-54 comeback win over the Lady Braves.

  • Two county prep coaches calling...

     

     

    The American Football Conference champion Denver Broncos are a narrow pick to win Super Bowl XLVIII, and two Lancaster County prep football coaches say they feel it will go that way.

  • Volunteers solid in sweep of...

     

     

    BUFORD – The night belonged to Andrew Jackson as the visiting Volunteers rolled to a pair of Region IV-AA basketball wins over county rival Buford High School on Friday, Jan. 31.

  • Lady Bruins blitz Cats

     

    The Lancaster Lady Bruins started slow, but picked up steam to remain unbeaten in Region III-AAAA girls basketball play Friday, Jan. 31 in the LHS gym where it prevailed, 55-31.

    The Bruins were solid in their start, but didn’t finish in dropping a 54-45 loss to Rock Hill in the boys game.

  • LCPRC will launch new leagues...

     

     

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation is launching a new girls’ softball division called Dixie X-Play for girls ages 9-10 and 11-12.

  • Weather resets games

     

    Old Man Winter, in the form of a winter storm, has caused county high school athletic officials to reset a host of contests this week.

    Early week prep basketball and wrestling action was wiped with a winter storm which brought snow and icy road conditions to put play on hold.

  • Track’s 60th season begins March...

     

    The 2014 dirt track racing season is right around the corner for Lancaster Super Speedway as the first race of the 60th LSS season is March 22 with the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series.

    Other divisions racing that night are to be announced at a later date.