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High School Sports

  • ILHS fishermen finish strong

    Indian Land High School students Christopher Daniels and Calvin Currie fished in the 2018-19 Palmetto Boat Center High School Classic on May 10–11 and performed well on Lake Keowee in Pickens County.
    This was the high school state championship and determined the winning team overall for the season.
    Currie, an ILHS senior, and Daniels, a junior, compete with the York County High School Anglers team, which includes team members from Clover, Fort Mill, Nation Ford and York high schools.

  • Hunter to boot for Lander Bearcats

    Reagan Hunter has beat the challenge and is going to play soccer at the next level.
    Hunter, who has endured two knee surgeries, is going to Lander University in Greenwood to play for the Bearcats.
    Those injuries have kept Hunter out of action since the 2017 ILHS girls season.
    “I would like to thank my future coach, Chris Ayer, for believing in my will to do whatever it takes to return to the sport I love and recruiting me during the midst of my extensive recovery from ACL reconstruction,” Hunter said.

  • Lady Warriors honor soccer stars

    Carleigh Werner was honored as the Indian Land High School Lady Warriors Player of the Year at the annual ILHS girls soccer awards night May 14.
    Werner and all-region pick Isabel Winert were honored as Coaches Award recipients.
    Werner tallied eight goals and had three assists in the 23-game IL girls’ season.
    Winert scored three goals this season for the Lady Warriors, who finished 12-11, won the Region IV-AAA title and advanced to the Class AAA Upper State semifinals.

  • State track champs!

    PONTIAC – The Indian Land High School boys 4x400-meter relay team produced its best effort on its biggest stage.
    The Warriors’ 4x400 relay team of Marlin Davis, Deshon Harris, Brian Adams, Devonte Harris ran a school record 3 minutes, 20.49 seconds to win the state championship at the Class AAA state meet Saturday, May 11, at Spring Valley High School.
    “That team has worked hard all season, and all that hard work paid off for them,” ILHS coach Chris Cuviello said. “A lot of the credit goes to our sprint coach Eric Streeter.

  • State track champs!

    PONTIAC – The Indian Land High School boys 4x400-meter relay team produced its best effort on its biggest stage.
    The Warriors’ 4x400 relay team of Marlin Davis, Deshon Harris, Brian Adams, Devonte Harris ran a school record 3 minutes, 20.49 seconds to win the state championship at the Class AAA state meet Saturday, May 11, at Spring Valley High School.
    “That team has worked hard all season, and all that hard work paid off for them,” ILHS coach Chris Cuviello said. “A lot of the credit goes to our sprint coach Eric Streeter.

  • Disappointed Warriors vow to keep fighting

    IRMO – Long faces, some stained with post-game tears of disappointment, were not what the Indian Land Warriors wanted, but they say they will press on and play harder in their quest for coveted state gold.
    Indian Land, now a six-time bridesmaid in the boys state soccer championship match – five in Class AA and one in Class AAA, felt a familiar agony of defeat after May River High School downed ILHS, 6-2, to win the Class AAA state soccer championship at Irmo High School on Saturday, May 11.

  • Warriors lose state soccer match

    IRMO – May River High School boys soccer coach Misael Garzan said it was a matter of his Sharks finding their focus and flow.
    The Class AAA Lower State champion Sharks, 20-3-1, did so in the second half to post a 6-2 win over Indian Land High School to capture their first Class AAA state soccer championship in W.C. Hawkins Stadium at Irmo High School on a warm Saturday.
    “Being our first state championship match, I think we had some jitters and butterflies early, but I told our guys at the half to stay focused and play our game,” Garzan said.

  • Warriors win Upstate soccer title

    The Indian Land High School boys soccer team earned a bid to the Class AAA state title match, and in doing so, made history.
    ILHS, a five-time participant in the Class AA state soccer finals, earned its first-ever berth to the Class AAA state championship match Tuesday, May 7, when the Warriors pounded Pendleton High School, 6-2, to win the Class AAA Upper State crown at The Reservation.
    The Warriors were led by freshman John Fosu, who scored three goals – a hat trick – to pace ILHS to the solid win.

  • Warriors edge Seneca booters for Upstate title bid

    The Indian Land High School Warriors made the most of a lone goal to edge Seneca High School, 1-0, on Saturday, May 4, and advance to the Class AAA Upper State title soccer match with Pendleton High School on Tuesday, May 7.
    Indian Land’s Brandon Sanchez tallied in the 26th minute and the Warriors made it stand in their 1-0 win over the host Bobcats.
    Addison Guild had an assist on the Sanchez goal.
    ILHS keeper Gabe Burris had four saves in the Warriors’ shutout.

  • Broome downs ILHS in softball playoffs

    Broome High School ignited for three first-inning runs and added single runs in the fifth and sixth innings to take a 5-1 win over host Indian Land High School in the winner’s bracket round of the Class AAA Upper State title softball playoffs Monday, May 6.
    The ILHS loss sends the Lady Warriors to an elimination game home contest with Union County High School on Wednesday, May 8.
    A win over Union will send the Lady Warriors, 19-5, to the Class AAA Upper State title game against Broome.