Today's Sports

  • Sumter foils 14 stars’ run


    Sumter played the spoiler, knocking the Lancaster all-stars out of the Dixie Boys 14 state tournament at Aiken’s Citizens Park on Thursday, July 25.

    Lancaster, coming off a dramatic 12-10 win over Aiken, was the lone tournament unbeaten, while Sumter had one loss in the double-elimination field.

  • LSS hosts Southeastern Late...


    Lancaster Super Speedway will feature one of the top Late Model touring series in the country as the Southeastern Late Model Series visits the half-mile dirt oval on Saturday, July 27.

    The Southeastern Late Model Series is based out of Georgia and is held for for Limited Late Model cars.

  • Bruins' Spates to play for...


    Lancaster High School head football coach Bennie McMurray said he sees it as a second chance.

    Bruins’ nose tackle Donte Spates said he plans to take advantage of the opportunity.

  • Dixie Boys 14 stars roll


    The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14 all-stars stayed unbeaten in the state tournament in Aiken, topping McLeod Park of Florence, 13-8 Monday, July 22.

    Lancaster, 3-0 in the field, tallied four runs in the top of the seventh, with Spencer Funderburk lacing a two-run double to highlight a key four-run frame.

  • Taylor’s Deal 1 Crates win...


    Hank Taylor put on a show for the ages Saturday, July 20 during the Deal 1 Auto Sales Summer Slam race for the Crate Sportsman Division at Lancaster Super Speedway.

  • Crenshaw to lead LHS baseball


    Lancaster High School has tabbed one of its own to fill the baseball post.

    Paul Crenshaw, a former LHS baseball assistant and a member of the LHS faculty, is the Bruins’ new coach.

  • Upstate teams halt P-31


    Upper State teams foiled the Lancaster Post 31 teams’ playoff baseball hopes.

    The Greenville Generals swept the Lancaster P-31 senior team with a 9-6 win Friday, July 19 at Eggleton Field.

  • LGC pin flags to fly in Mitchell...


    Quiet is the norm on the golf course, especially around greens, but this occasion was different.

    The morning of Wednesday, July 17, fellow golfers and friends of the late Eddie Mitchell, who died June 14, took time out for a special tribute.

  • Two first-time winners in LJGA...


    The Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association opened the second half of its 2013 season July 8 with a visit to the Chester Golf Club where two juniors posted their first wins of the campaign.

    Marshall Deese, in the boys 6-7 age group, shot a 25 over five holes for his first win this season.

  • Aquatics produce top efforts

     The 10th annual Aquatics capped the summer recreation swim season with outstanding performances during the meet at the Kershaw pool July 9-10.

    The meet featured the Lancaster Tigers, Lancaster Makos, Camden Dolphins, Chester Waves and host Kershaw Stingrays.