Today's Sports

  • Inman rallies to halt juniors’...

    INMAN – Lancaster Post 31 was up and seemingly in control, but the P-31 junior team couldn’t complete the task and saw its baseball season end Monday night.
    The P-31 juniors, up 8-3 in the third inning, saw state tournament host Inman Post 45 rally for eight unanswered runs in an 11-8 loss to end their postseason hopes at Jim Everhart Field in Inman.
    With its comeback win, Inman advanced to face York on Tuesday night in another elimination game in the double-elimination field.

  • Dixie Boys 13U stars fall

    BLUFFTON – The Lancaster Dixie Boys U13 all-stars fell short in their quest for the state championship Monday night.
    Seneca edged the Lancaster all-stars, 7-6 on Monday in Bluffton to end the team’s postseason run at Oscar Frazier Park.
    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball U13 stars opened the double-elimination tournament with a 13-1 win over Lexington on Saturday morning.
    Lancaster pitcher Will Wrape, hurled four strong innings for the win. Wrape, who threw 52 pitches, struck out three and allowed an earned run.

  • IL’s Boulware S.C. Wrestling...

    Indian Land High School state champion wrestling coach Leon Boulware will be honored among the state prep coaching elite Sunday night, July 29.
    Boulware, who guided the ILHS Warriors to the 2019 Class AAA state wrestling championship, will be honored as the 2018-19 Wrestling Coach of the Year by the S.C. Coaches Association.

  • Intense racing sparks hot night...

    Intense racing action highlighted a blazing hot July night at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday.
    The action will likely be some LMS fans and drivers will remember for a long time.
    The action was heated on and off the track at the half-mile dirt oval.
    In the Vintage Division, Shaun Crook took the tough win in a highly competitive battle with Johnny Starkey. Top five: Crook, Starkey, Michael Deese, Kenneth Deese and Brandy Baker.


    Two Lancaster County youth soccer players are sporting national champion medals this week.
    Carter Nunnery and Tyler Trimnal, Andrew Jackson High School sophomores, are members of the 15U Carolina Elite Global Premier Soccer team, which won the US Club Soccer national championship in Denver on Tuesday.
    The Carolina Elite beat the Eclipse Select 04 of Illinois, which won the Midwest Regional title to qualify for the national tournament in Denver.

  • New deer hunting regulations for...

    SCDNR release

    COLUMBIA – South Carolina deer hunters should start seeing deer tags for the 2019 season in their mailboxes soon, and there are significant changes to the antlerless tagging system that hunters need to know about before taking to the field.
    New for this year are improvements to the Antlerless Deer Tag program.

  • Sumter finishes Ponytails’ stars...

    UNION – The Lancaster Dixie Softball Ponytails 12U all-stars fell shy in their quest to capture diamond glory in the state tournament at the Timken Complex on Tuesday night.
    The Ponytails stars, who won the District 2 championship to earn a bid to the state field, saw their postseason hopes end with a 4-2 loss to Sumter on Tuesday night.

  • Dixie Boys 13U stars launch...

    The Lancaster Dixie Boys 13U all-stars launch their state title hopes today in Bluffton where they will face District 4 champion Lexington.
    The Lancaster stars, which attended opening ceremonies Friday night, will face Lexington at 9 a.m. at Oscar Frazier Park in Bluffton.
    The Lancaster Dixie Boys stars, age 13 and under, earned their way to the double-elimination state tournament, winning the Dixie Boys District 10 tournament title at the Rodman Complex in Chester County earlier this month.

  • P-31 Juniors trip M-C, earn...

    The American Legion Post 31 Junior Baseball team played small ball under a big full moon at Harvey Eggleton Field on Tuesday night to top Mid-Carolina 2-1 and advance to the 2019 state tournament in Inman.
    Manufacturing runs in the close pitching duel between Lancaster’s Chas DeBruhl and Post 24’s Johnny Waites wasn’t by design.
    “Some games, you take it where you can get it,” said Post 31 baseball coach Dickie Howard. “Our defense was solid and we got a couple of hits when we needed them.”

  • Sports Talk: ‘Mrs. Mac’ was...

    Buford High School is blessed to have its share of fans.
    The bad news is the Jackets have lost one of their staunchest followers.
    The good new is that still have one left from that ardent maroon and gold couple.
    Just over a week ago, longtime BHS backer Anne McManus, known as “Mrs. Mac,” died. Her husband, Ken, who along with Anne dearly loved Buford High, survives her.