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Community Sports

  • Sports Shorts 11-23-11
    IL Chiefs, Warriors win division youth football titles In the Small Fry division of Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission youth all-star football, the Indian Land Chiefs won the North Division and then capped an unbeaten record with the county crown. Coach Charlie Cook led the 10-0 Indian Land Chiefs Small Fry team. In the Pee Wee division, ages 7-8, the Indian Land Warriors won the regular-season title with a 4-1 mark. Josh Camerire led the Indian Land Warriors to the regular-season title.
  • Sports Shorts 11-16-11
    Wrestlers to lead Cardio Fit fundraiser The Warriors wrestling team will hold a Cardio Fit fundraiser from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 in the high school gym. Admission is $5. The Indian Land wrestlers will lead a high-energy workout where participants will dance and sweat to the hip-hop music of today and the great classics of yesterday. You can work out with the team or come just to watch the fun. Proceeds will support the Indian Land wrestling programs.
  • Youth soccer scores
    Midget (13-15-year-olds) Oct. 27: Meeting Street Dentistry 3, American Diner 1 Austin Melvin scored the opening goal for Meeting Street with an assist from Jonathan Armstrong. Aaron Cullen scored next with an assist from Melvin. Cole Cnesich scored a goal unassisted. Great defensive effort from Trevor Latham, Ryan Whitaker, Gena Caskey, Yesenia Gonzalez and goalkeepers Corey Lucas and Amado Blanco. Oct. 29: Cisco 2, American Diner 0
  • Sun City hosts Vets Day pickleball tourney
    Sun City Carolina Lakes Pickle Ball Club will host a tournament on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to benefit Hidden Wounds. The nonprofit Hidden Wounds was founded by Anna Bigham, who lost her brother, Marine Lance Cpl. Mills Palmer Bigham, to suicide following an honorable discharge from the service in 2008 after two tours of duty in Iraq. Established in Columbia, Hidden Wounds provides counseling services to ensure the psychological health and well being of combat veterans and their families.
  • Fedziuk wins women’s golf championship
    Marge Fedziuk won the Carolina Lakes Women’s Golf Association’s club championship tournament Oct. 20-21 with a score of 188 (103 + 85). This is the third time she has won the tournament in the last four years. The club champion is the actual lowest two-day total low gross. Each flight celebrated winners for a two-day total low gross, as well as a two-day total low net. Results for each flight were: • 1st Flight: Low gross – Jane Crary, 198 (103 + 95); low net – Bette Harris, 168 (87 + 81)
  • Sports Shorts 11-9-11
    ILMS fall sports awards Thursday Indian Land Middle School will hold its fall sports banquet and awards night Thursday, Nov. 10, in the school cafeteria. The meal (which requires prepaid tickets) begins at 5:30 p.m., followed by the awards presentation at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome at the presentation.
  • Bluefins place 5th in all-star meet
    The BridgeMill Bluefins wrapped up their season with a fifth-place finish in the All-Star Meet at Mecklenburg Aquatics Center Uptown. Springfield came in first, followed by Blakeney second, Providence Downs South third, Charlotte Christian, BridgeMill, Lake Park, Crismark and Fairmeadows in Division 6 of the 69-team Greater Charlotte Swim League. BridgeMill’s all-star winners were: • Emma Jette, who won the girls 15-18 50m freestyle and 100m medley • Gunnar Redd, who won the boys 9-10 25m backstroke
  • BridgeMill swimmers tie one, lose two
    The BridgeMill Bluefins tied with Lake Park, 399-399, in a home meet June 27. “Our swimmers did an awesome job tonight,” BridgeMill head coach Marley Cole said. “Lake Park even had 10 more swimmers than we did.” In its June 23 meet against Blakeney, the BridgeMill team lost, 461-310. The team traveled to Providence Downs South on Thursday, June 30, where it lost, 488-308. (See next week’s paper for winners.)
  • Bluefins splash to another victory
    The BridgeMill Bluefins posted their second win of the season June 20, beating  Fair-meadows, 413-304. “Even though Fairmeadows had a great boys team, our girls team fought really hard and made up the extra points that we needed,” BridgeMill head coach Marley Cole said. The team traveled to Blakeney on Thursday, June 23, and hosted Lake Park on Monday, June 27. Results from those meets were not available at press time.
  • Bocce tourney raises $3,000
    Michael J. Nellenbach Sun City Carolina Lakes Bocce Ball Club Excitement reigned May 13-15 as the 2011 Sun City Lancaster Children’s Home Bocce Ball Club Tournament took over the Sun City bocce ball courts.