Today's Sports

  • IL falls short in thriller


    LEXINGTON – The third time wasn’t the coveted state crown for Indian Land as one goal was enough for Academic Magnet School of Charleston.

    In a fierce battle to the wire, Academic Magnet held on for a 1-0 win to hoist the Class AA state championship soccer trophy for the second time in three seasons.

  • Timbo Mangum captures Late Model...


    Timbo Mangum continued his track success with a Late Model win at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, May 24.

    The Late Model Division, formerly known as Limited Late Models, had a front row of  “The Rock Hill Bad Boy” Ben Watkins and Donnie Austin.

  • Indian Land High School falls 1-...

    LEXINGTON – The third time for Indian Land High School was not the charm.

  • Vols fifth in Class AA golf

     The Andrew Jackson High School golf team finished the 2014 season with a fifth-place finish at the Class AA state golf championships at Indian River Country Club in Pelion on Tuesday, May 20.

    Bishop England repeated as the Class AA state champions with a two-round total of 609.

    The Bishops’ Jamie Wilson prevailed in a four- way playoff to win individual medalist honors.

  • Trio leads LHS sports awards

    Lancaster High School senior athletes Quinshun “Bubba” Evans and Elizabeth Gaston, earlier in the week, were named Mr. and Miss Bruin, respectively at the LHS Senior Awards.

    On Friday night, May 23 during the Bruins spring sports awards, both were in the blue and gold spotlight again.

  • P-31 seniors rebound with win...

     The Lancaster Post 31 senior team didn’t waste any time getting on track in League V Legion baseball play.

    A night after the P-31 seniors fell to Fort Mill, 10-4, they were able to even their mark at 1-1 with a 4-0 shutout of Clover Post 38 at Clover High School on Thursday, May 22.

    Lancaster P-31 veteran right-hander Jordan Brock had a stellar night on the mound as he struck out 16 Clover batters.

  • P-31 seniors seek repeat as...

     The 2014 Lancaster American Legion Post 31 season marks 71 years of P-31 baseball and the squad is seeking to duplicate what it did last summer.

    The P-31 seniors, who went 12-11 including a 9-3 League V mark, will be seeking to repeat as league champions.

  • Chevy goes to bat for youth...

     Lancaster Motor Company is partnering with the Lancaster County Parks and Recreation baseball in Lancaster.

    Lancaster Motor Company has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball program to provide new equipment, a monetary contribution, invitations to free instructional clinics, and an opportunity for community members to earn additional donations for their league via a test drive fundraiser.

  • Warriors Upstate champs


    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School soccer coach Adam Cole is hoping the third time is the championship.

    The Warriors, in the Class AA state title match for the third straight season, earned their shot with a third-straight Class AA Upper State crown on Tuesday, May 20 at IL’s Reservation.

  • Bruins, Jackets spring games...


    Lancaster and Buford, each under new head football coaches, will hold their spring football games Saturday.

    The Lancaster High spring football game is at 3 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.