Today's Sports

  • BHS, AJ seek state title


    There’s plenty to cheer about at Buford and Andrew Jackson high schools this week.

    Competition cheer squads from both schools will be competing in the Class AA state championship competition at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia on Saturday, Nov. 23.

  • LCPRC mite football stars roll...


    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission mite all-stars football team was mighty in its Central District opener, rolling to a 30-0 win over Tega Cay at Rock Hill’s Hargett Park on Saturday, Nov. 15.

  • Eagles ground Vols' hopes


    PAGELAND – Central rolled up 417 rushing yards and eliminated Andrew Jackson, 38-21 in the second round of the Class AA Upper State Division II playoffs in Pageland on Friday, Nov. 15.

  • Lady Bruins' Johnson signs...




  • Lancaster team prevails in...


    Disc golf action resumed at Elon Park as the Lancaster kids traveled to their second match against Elon Park Elementary’s disc golf club.

    The format, as in the first match at the North Elementary course, featured nine holes of individual stroke play followed by a round of best-shot pairs competition.

  • Former AJ star Shropshire joins...


    When Darrell Shropshire left Coffeyville Junior College 11 years ago, he was regarded as one of the nation’s top junior college defensive lineman.

    When Shropshire, the former Andrew Jackson High School football star, returned Saturday, Oct. 26, he was hailed as one of the Red Raven’s all-time greats.

  • Lady Catamounts sign Hough


    Lancaster High School basketball standout Kyia Hough is going up to take her game to the next level.

    Hough, a 5-5 guard, is heading to the North Carolina mountains to play at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, N.C.

  • Canty leads AJ line play


    KERSHAW – When Andrew Jackson faces Region IV-AA foe Central High School tonight in the Class AA Div. II Upper State football playoffs, Volunteers’ coach David Moore said AJ’s chances will be enhanced by solid play from the offense and defense.

  • Rec football stars set to open...


    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission youth football all-stars are scheduled to open postseason play Saturday, Nov. 16.

    The Lancaster County small fry all-stars, ages 9-10, will play at Fort Mill High School.

  • LCPRC salutes top teams, all-...


    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission presented its awards for the 2013 youth soccer season in the small fry (10-under), mite (12-under) and midget (15-under) leagues at the Springdale Recreation Center on Tuesday, Nov. 12.