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Community Sports

  • Sports Shorts 11-14-18
    ILHS winter sports meetings Nov. 14 The 2018-19 winter sports Meet the Warriors Night is 6:15 p.m. Nov. 14 in the Indian Land High School gym. A parent or guardian and all student athletes on the wrestling and girls and boys basketball teams should attend. A general meeting will be held at the beginning and then each team will meet immediately afterward. The event should not last more than 50 minutes.
  • Sports Shorts 11-7-18
    ILHS honors unsung football heroes Robbie Csuhta led Indian Land High School with 15 tackles and two tackles for loss in the Warriors’ 13-7 win over Fairfield Central High School on Oct. 25. Dorian Williams had nine tackles, two tackles for loss. Tajh Knight notched eight tackles, two tackles for loss and forced a fumble. A.J. Jefferson posted six tackles and broke up three passes. Alex Murphy notched six tackles, one tackle for loss.
  • Sports Shorts 10-31-18
    IL Fall Fest includes sports events Indian Land Fall Festival organizers will hold two more  sporting events in advance of the Nov. 3-4 festival. They include:
  • Sports Shorts 10-24-18
    Dickerson leads Tri-County honors Indian Land High School senior kicker Brandon Dickerson was the lone Lancaster County high school football player honored at the Oct. 16 meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg. Dickerson was named the Class A-AAAA Specialist of the Week after his stellar showing in the Warriors’ 57-0 homecoming win over the Keenan Raiders. Dickerson drilled three extra points, a 49-yard field goal and averaged 34.4 yards per punt in the ILHS shutout win.
  • Sports Shorts 8-22-18
    Registering for youth fall sports ends soon The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission offers five fall sports: • Football, ages 7-12, $75 fee • Cheerleading, ages 7-12, $30 fee • Soccer, ages 5-15, $65 fee • Youth volleyball, girls ages 7-12, $50 fee • Introduction to soccer, age 4 only, $50 fee – This introduces the basic techniques of soccer. Each child will receive a T-shirt and soccer ball. Age cut-off date is Sept. 1, 2018.
  • Sports Shorts 8-15-18
    Bear Hug Brawl JV jamboree Aug. 16 The seventh annual Bear Hug Brawl junior varsity football kickoff jamboree is 6 p.m. Aug. 16 at Buford High School Stadium on Tabernacle Road. Andrew Jackson, Buford, Lancaster and Indian Land JV teams and cheer squads will compete. The event will feature games, prizes, raffles and food. Admission is $5 in advance and $6 at the gate. Advance tickets are available at Buford Little General Store and Buford High School, or send a message on Facebook @sethsgivingtree.
  • Sports Shorts 8-8-18
    Register now for youth fall sports The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission offers five fall sports: • Football, ages 7-12, $75 fee • Cheerleading, ages 7-12, $30 fee • Soccer, ages 5-15, $65 fee • Youth volleyball, girls ages 7-12, $50 fee • Introduction to soccer, age 4 only, $50 fee – This introduces the basic techniques of soccer. Each child will receive a T-shirt and soccer ball. Age cut-off date is Sept. 1, 2018.
  • USC Aiken riders fare well in Virginia
    from the University of South Carolina Aiken
  • Sports Shorts 8-1-18
    County offers fall youth sports The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission offers five fall sports: • Football, ages 7-12, $75 fee  • Cheerleading, ages 7-12, $30 fee • Soccer, ages 5-15, $65 fee • Youth volleyball, girls ages 7-12, $50 fee • Introduction to soccer, age 4 only, $50 fee – This introduces the basic techniques of soccer. Each child will receive a T-shirt and soccer ball. Age cut-off date is Sept. 1, 2018.
  • Angels slide to 3rd in state softball tourney
    BLUFFTON – Gene Knight, head coach of the Lancaster Dixie Softball 10U All-Stars (Angels) is still smiling after his team finished third in the state tournament. Aynor won, followed by Sumter, Lancaster and Byrnes. “Disappointed? Nah, not one bit,” Knight said. “This is a very special group of girls. When we go back next year, I feel good about our chances. And I believe we will be going back.”