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Today's Sports

  • Carlton's versatile for IL

    INDIAN LAND - Indian Land High School's Chad Carlton, true to his "Hooch" nickname, just keeps on rolling.

    Carlton, a senior two-way starter for the Warriors, received his moniker from his father, Bryan, who took it from the 1993 Alan Jackson country hit, "Way Down Yonder On The Chattahoochee," an ever flowing river which means so much to the singer.

    "For us, "Hooch" just has a way of delivering no matter what the situation calls for in practice, or a game," Indian Land head football coach Mike Mayer said.

  • SAC honors former Warriors...

    ROCK HILL - Former Indian Land High School football standout Kamaal McIlwain has been honored by the South Atlantic Conference.

    McIlwain, a 5-10, 175-pound sophomore, blocked two extra points in Newberry's 33-14 win over No. 20 Catawba. One of McIlwain's blocks was returned for a defensive extra point, giving NC two points on the play.

    For his play, McIlwain was named the SAC Special Team Player of the Week.

    McIlwain had a solid game for Newberry as he tallied three tackles and broke up two passes in NC's second straight victory over a nationally-ranked opponent.

  • AJ, Buford Middle win, stay...

    Andrew Jackson and Buford middle school each remained unbeaten on the season with impressive football wins Thursday.The AJMS Vols posted a second straight shutout of a Lancaster middle school foe, blanking A.R.

  • O'Leary hailed as one of...

    Phil O’Leary is being remembered as one of Barr Street High School’s all-time athletic greats.O’Leary, one of four former Golden Tigers’ football stars to play pro football, died Thursday following a long illness due to complications with diabetes.

  • Night for the Macs at Track

    It was a night for the McGuires at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.Cayce McGuire won the young guns main and Frankie McGuire took the street stock checkers in early racing action on the fall night.u In the young guns main event, it was Josh Langley and Andrew Yandle sharing row one in the race, with Cayce McGuire alongside Amanda Blackwell in row two.Cayce McGuire jumped to the lead early on, with no challenges for the lead.McGuire dominated the entire race and cruised into victory lane.

  • Bruins challenge Stallions

    Lancaster opens Region IV-AAAA football play in a big way Friday night.The Bruins, 5-1 and off to their best start since 1981, face the No.

  • LHS's Foster honored by Tri...

    Lancaster High School sophomore defensive lineman Daniel Foster was the lone county player to earn honors at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association.Foster, in the Bruins’ 30-0 Senior Night win over Nation Ford of Fort Mill, notched 14 tackles, a sack, a tackle for loss and a pressure passer.“Daniel had a solid game for us and was a key reason for a shutout,” LHS coach Bennie McMurray said. “Our defense has played well this season and we need them to continue that sound play.

  • Late score lifts Devils over...

    GREAT FALLS – The Great Falls Red Devils hosted the Buford Yellow Jackets in a Region III-A football game which kept the crowd guessing up until the game’s final moments.Great Falls, snapping a 14-all stalemate, scored the winning touchdown with 5:43 to play as Red Devils’ running back A.J.

  • Vols pluck Shamrocks in 28-7...

    KERSHAW – Offensive-minded Andrew Jackson exploded for 28 first-half points and rolled up 409 yards total offense in routing Eau Claire of Columbia, 28-7 on the Vols’ 2008 homecoming Friday night.Rifle-armed AJ senior quarterback Daniel Pardue threw three touchdown passes, including two to senior Justin Sellers. Pardue completed 12-26 passes for 209 yards to help the Vols even their record at 3-3, 1-0.Junior Trent Flowers ignited the packed homecoming crowd with an electrifying 72-yard opening kickoff return to the Rocks’ three.

  • Bruins ignite, blast Falcons

    A post-game fireworks show highlighted Lancaster High School’s military salute, but a late first-half Bruins’ points explosion sparked LHS to a 30-0 win over Nation Ford on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.LHS, clinging to a 3-0 lead, scored two touchdowns in a flash – 31 seconds to be exact – to take control on Bruins’ Senior Night.LHS senior running back Jamias Clark, who ran for 126 yards in 22 carries and scored twice, capped a 11-play, 69-yard drive with a seven-yard run to give the Bruins a 10-0 lead after senior place-kicker An