Today's Sports

  • Teamwork's key in win

    The team of Ray Ackerman, Rodney Thomas, Jeff Reynolds and Bobby Fleming captured top honors in the seventh annual Matt Blackwell Foundation golf tournament on Saturday at the Lancaster Golf Club.The winning foursome topped the field with a 47.7.Ackerman said teamwork contributed to the team’s triumph.“We really teamed up well,” Ackerman said. “Seems like each member of our team had a hand in our first-place finish.“Rodney Thomas was clutch on some putts from 10 to 12 feet for us,” Ackerman said.

  • Clover downs Post 31

    Lancaster Post 31 fell to 5-11, 2-8 with an 8-1 League V American Legion baseball loss to Clover on Monday night at Eggleton Field.Clover built a 5-1 lead in the sixth inning and cruised to the seven-run win over Lancaster, which dropped its fifth straight loss.Veteran left-hander Evan Byrd, who worked five innings, took the loss. Tyler Vaughn went three innings and Ross Maiden hurled one frame.The trio combined to allow eight runs, eight hits and six walks.

  • Yandle posts first young guns win

    Lancaster Motor Speedway action Saturday night saw Andrew Yandle take his first young guns division win this season.Yandle was determined to win his race from the start.

  • Swimmers sink Camden

    The Lancaster County swim team continued its winning ways in the waves with a 438-99 road win over Camden on Saturday.

  • Sutton continues ace play

    Anthony “T” Sutton visited golf’s birthplace and showed he was just as much at home.Sutton’s recent visit to Scotland for the European Championship showed no matter where he plays, he’s still on top of his game.A Buford Elementary School student and a member of the Lancaster Chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association, Sutton placed eighth out of 33 juniors at the three-day tournament in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland.

  • Juniors have repeat golf winners...

    The Lancaster Chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association had seven repeat winners in age division play during the LJGA’s second tournament at the Chester Golf Club on Monday.

  • Senior team falls to RH, Chester

    Lancaster Post 31’s diamond struggles continued Thursday night in a home loss to American Legion baseball League V foe Rock Hill Post 34.

  • Swim team rolls to win over...

    The Lancaster County swim team upped its record to 2-0, dunking Camden 452-87 in summer swim league action Tuesday at the Lancaster County Pool.Jory Pettit led the LCST with four firsts in the individual competition.Gracie Scott, Coulter Jackson, Emily Durant, Chandler Hinson and Pagan Glenn each had three firsts. Jonah Faile, Ashley Abbott, Cody Brown, Tanner Knight, Kailee Glover and Marshall Jackson each had two firsts.The Sharks visit to Camden on Saturday for a 9 a.m. meet.

  • National League 8 stars rally to...

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball National League AA all-stars bounced back in the rubber game to capture the 8-year-old city championship on Tuesday night at Wylie Park field five.The NL stars rallied for an exciting 12-11 win over the American League AA all-stars in decisive game three.The best-of-three series opened Saturday when the NL stars took a 15-10 victory, but the determined American League stars sent the series to a third game with a solid 19-9 win over the Nationals on Monday night.In the seesaw game, the AL stars tallied four in the fifth innin

  • Newberry signs Massey

    Lancaster High School football star Taniel Massey returned to his alma mater Thursday to do something for his future.Massey, in the distant future, has aspirations of returning to LHS one day to be the Bruins’ football coach.In order to do so, he needs to have a college education, which was the purpose of his return to LHS.Massey, a four-year starter for the Bruins, will continue his education and football career at Newberry College after signing with the South Atlantic School.“My goal is to come back here and coach the Bruins,&rd