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Sports Shorts 10-25-17

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A weekly listing of local sports news and events

 Lady Warriors tennis team advances

The Indian Land Lady Warriors tennis team advanced to second-round play in the Class AAA Upper State playoffs with a home win over Emerald High School of Greenwood on Oct. 18.

The Lady Warriors, the runner-up in Region IV-AAA after falling to Camden High School on Oct. 17 at Camden, advanced to face Mid-Carolina High School in Prosperity on Monday, Oct. 23.

Register now for youth hoops

Lancaster County Parks and Recreation offers youth basketball for boys ages 5-15 and girls ages 5-12.  

The fee is $55 per child. Middle and high school students may sign up with LCPR, and if they make their school basketball team, they will be refunded the registration fee.

Register online at www.mylancastersc.org/parks or at:

- Indian Land at Walnut Creek, 10521 Walnut Creek Parkway, 6-8 p.m. Oct. 26 and Nov. 2

- Springdale Recreation Center, 260 S. Plantation Road, Lancaster, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays through Nov. 3 

IL Fall Festival golf tourney Oct. 27

The Fall Festival Golf Tournament will tee off one day before the 2017 Indian Land Fall Festival on Oct. 27 at Carolina Lakes Golf Club at Sun City for an 18-hole captain’s choice tournament. 

Check-in and lunch is 11 a.m., with a shotgun start at noon, followed by a dinner at 4 p.m. 

The cost per player is $75 for individuals or $300 per team, which includes green fees and golf cart use. Golfers from the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce or Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church get $20 off entry fee per golfer. 

Players’ names must be submitted by Oct. 20.

For details or to register, visit www.indianlandfallfest.com.

ILHS Screemage ball game Oct. 26

Indian Land High School’s baseball team will hold its fourth annual Halloween Screemage at 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at the baseball field.  

There will be games, contests, prizes, concession stand, a raffle and more. 

Admission is free with a donation to the Belair United Methodist Church food pantry. Do not bring any donations in glass containers.

Admission without a donation is $5. 

Junior Warriors fall to Camden Bulldogs

The Indian Land High School junior varsity football team fell to 6-2 on the season, dropping a 33-8 road loss to Camden on Thursday, Oct. 20.

Camden led 12-0 at the half on the way to the 25-point win.

The Junior Warriors’ lone points came on a 25-yard TD catch by Dwight Cherry on a pass from quarterback Caleb Gleason.

The Indian Land jayvees host Fairfield Central at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26.


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