Today's Sports

  • Indian Land drops two at Fort...

    The Indian Land High School Warriors dropped a pair of non-region basketball losses to Class AAAAA Fort Mill High School on Friday night.
    The Lady Warriors stayed winless at 0-10 with a 48-26 loss to the FMHS Lady Yellow Jackets.
    Fort Mill completed the sweep with an 84-57 win in the boys contest.
    Jacobi Wright paced the Yellow Jackets with 29 points in the 27-point win in the nightcap.
    Fort Mill, 7-1, was also led by Keyan Mims, who hit 17 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Mims also had three assists.

  • ILHS wrestlers top AJ, MC

    Indian Land, the second-ranked team in Class AAA wrestling, pushed its mark to 10-2 with wins over county rival Andrew Jackson High School and Mid-Carolina on Tuesday night at ILHS.
    The Warriors topped the Vols 70-12 and took a 75-6 win over Mid-Carolina.

  • Lady Jackets win for split

    Lorie Sellers
    For The Lancaster News
    The 10th-ranked Buford girls posted a second straight win for a Region IV-AA basketball split with Lewisville High School at the BHS gym on Tuesday night.
    The Lady Jackets opened a 10-5 edge on the Lady Lions and steadily pulled away for the 41-22 win.
    Buford, with a 12-5 surge, stretched its lead to 22-10 at the break.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models...

    During the 2019 racing season, one of the most popular and fastest-growing Late Model Series around in the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series will pay two visits to Lancaster Motor Speedway.
    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series has been a fixture at LMS the past four years, competing in some of the most competitive Late Model races at the half-mile track over those four years.
    Their first trip to LMS for the 2019 racing season is March 23 as the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models will headline the night of racing.

  • Warriors 4th in Georgia Takedown...

    BUFORD, Ga. – The Indian Land High School Warriors wrestling team placed fourth in the 28-team Buford High School (Ga.) Takedown Sportswear Invitational Tournament on Friday and Saturday at the Buford City Arena.
    The Warriors, with 160.5 points, had eight of 12 wrestlers place in the elite field, which featured Georgia’s top prep wrestlers.

  • Tatah loves all-star moment

    CONWAY – Jalen Tatah, despite a loss in his final high school football game, wasn’t feeling down Saturday afternoon.
    Tatah, the Lancaster High School all-star lineman, and his North teammates saw the South stars rally for a 13-10 win in the 71st annual Touchtone Energy Bowl North-South All-Star football game played at Coastal Carolina University’s Brooks Stadium.

  • High school hoops: Yellow...

    Host Buford High School notched a pair of basketball wins over the county rival Indian Land Warriors on Monday night.
    The BHS Lady Jackets, rebounding from a loss at Andrew Jackson High School on Friday, registered a 36-24 win over the Lady Warriors and the BHS boys capped the sweep with a 62-58 win over the Warriors.
    In the opener, the Buford girls took the early edge and stayed in control for the 12-point win.
    The Lady Jackets opened an 11-3 lead after one period and pushed their advantage to 11 at the break, 19-8.

  • Buford nets mat split with win...

    Buford High School highlighted a tri-match wrestling split with a second straight win over Class AAAA county rival Lancaster High School in the LHS gym on Monday night.
    The Yellow Jackets, 5-6, bolted to an 18-0 lead and cruised to the 42-24 win over the Bruins.
    Buford defeated Lancaster 39-33  to open the wrestling season Nov. 27.
    Fort Mill, a Class AAAAA school, was also a part of the match, and its Yellow Jackets swarmed the Bruins, 72-6 and topped BHS, 63-14.

  • Andrew Jackson notches hardwood...

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson High School Volunteers dominated both basketball games with the Buford Yellow Jackets on Friday night.
    The undefeated Lady Yellow Jackets fell to the Lady Vols, 46-36, and the 3-1 Vols defeated the 3-4 Yellow Jackets, 52-33.
    “Our girls showed a lot of heart tonight,” said BHS girls coach Susan Scott. “They never laid down and fought until the end. Unfortunately, it didn’t fall our way tonight.”
    The BHS girls had a height advantage over the Lady Vols but were ice cold from the floor.

  • Mackey, Pittman power Bruins’...

    The Lancaster High School Bruins swept the visiting Chester High School Cyclones in prep hoops action on Friday night.
    The Lady Bruins clawed the Lady Cycs for a 76-23 win and the LHS boys capped the hardwood broom job with a 75-72, hard-fought, come-from-behind victory.
    The Lady Bruins started fast and cruised to its second lopsided win over the Chester girls during the week.
    Lancaster routed the Chester girls, 77-34 on Dec. 11 and followed it with the lopsided 53-point home win on Friday night.