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High School Sports

  • Bearcats down IL Warriors, 22-12

    The Indian Land Warriors hosted the Class AAAAA Rock Hill Bearcats Friday night, Sept. 13, and just like the week prior in a loss to York,  one stretch – in this case the third quarter – made the difference in Rock Hill’s tough 22-12 victory.
    Rock Hill moved the ball deep into Warriors' territory twice, but the Bearcats settled for two Ethan Dutton field goals of 20 and 28 yards.
    Rock Hill led 6-0 midway through the second quarter.
    That's when the Warriors pieced together their best drive of the season.

  • LHS swimmers splash to two wins and a split

    The Lancaster High School swim team rolled to a win over the Governor’s School of Science and Math of Hartsville, 217-44, on Sept. 4. The LHS girls prevailed 108-25 and the Bruins took a 109-19 win.
    Camden was slated to compete, but didn’t attend.
    The LHS girls were led by Tamra Tipton and Makenzy Mills, with two wins each. Isabella Thorpe, Isabella Ihm and Taylor Teague each had one first.
    Nathan Powell paced the LHS boys with two firsts. Tyler Tipton, Jacob Stadler, Matt Prete and Diego Caravaca each had one win.

  • Cougars claw Warriors in 28-8 win

    INDIAN LAND – The York Cougars hit the road, looking for their first win of the season, the first win for Dean Boyd as York Comprehensive High School head coach, and revenge.
    The Class AAAA Cougars dropped a 14-9 home loss to the upstart Warriors last season, but York used a strong running game and tough defense to deny an Indian Land High School repeat Friday night, Sept. 6, at Warrior Stadium.
    The Cougars rushed for 259 yards and allowed 32 net yards rushing, and sacked Warriors freshman quarterback Blake Goode six times on the way to the 28-8 win.

  • ILHS smashes Buford Jackets, 43-0

    For the second straight week, Indian Land High School was on the road against a county rival – the Buford Yellow Jackets, and the Warriors returned home happy.
    The Warriors, much as they did in an 18-3 road win over Class AAAA Lancaster, brought a strong defense, holding Buford to 110 total yards and six first downs in the Aug. 30 game, and Indian Land quarterback Blake Goode was impressive in his second varsity start.
    Goode was 20-30 for 299 yards and four touchdowns to trigger Indian Land’s 43-0 win over the Yellow Jackets on Friday night.

  • Unbeaten Warriors smash Jackets, 43-0

    For the second straight week, Indian Land High School was on the road against a county rival – the Buford Yellow Jackets, and the Warriors returned home happy with a 43-0 shutout.
    The Warriors, much as they did in an 18-3 road win over Class AAAA Lancaster, brought a strong defense, holding Buford to 110 total yards and six first downs in the Aug. 30 game, and Indian Land quarterback Blake Goode was impressive in his second varsity start.

  • Lady Warriors race to 3rd place

    from Christopher Cuviello/Indian Land High School
    The Lady Warriors cross country team posted its best team finish at the Providence Invitational, placing third out of 16 teams.
    Broughton won the girls race, with Lake Norman Charter placing second in the Aug. 24 invitational at McAlpine Creek Park in Charlotte.

  • ILHS comes up short in JV brawl

    Andrew Jackson High School notched a pair of wins to highlight action in the eighth annual Bear Hug Brawl at Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium on Aug. 24.
    The Junior Volunteers blanked the Indian Land High School Junior Warriors, 9-0, in the second quarter, and wrapped up play with a 7-6 comeback win over host Buford.
    In the opener, Buford and Lancaster High School battled to a 0-0 tie.  Lancaster and Indian Land also ended play in a scoreless draw in the third quarter.
    AJ vs Buford

  • Vought commits to play for Akron Zips

    Indian Land High School junior volleyball player Baylee Vought has verbally committed to play volleyball for the University of Akron (Zips).
    Akron, an NCAA Division I school, competes in the Mid-American Conference (MAC).
    Vought is a premier setter and versatile hitter for the Indian Land Warriors.
    In 2018, as a sophomore, Vought was selected Class AAA all-state, Region IV-AAA Player of the Year and All-Area, as well as the Warriors Offensive MVP.
    Vought said she loves and is committed to the sport of volleyball.

  • Warriors spear first win over Bruins

    Indian Land High School’s first regular-season football visit to Lancaster Memorial Stadium made a lasting impression.
    The Warriors, in a solid performance, decked the rival Bruins, 18-3, for their first football win over LHS, which had won their previous three regular-seasons face-offs, which began in 2016.
    ILHS broke on top early and stayed in control behind a stingy defense and efficient offense.
    The Warriors took the opening drive deep into Bruins territory, where LHS held on downs at its four-yard line.

  • IL nets Good Samaritan volleyball crown

    The Indian Land High School Lady Warriors captured top honors among varsity teams in the first Good Samaritan Foundation Scholarship varsity volleyball championship tournament Aug. 17 at Buford High School.
    The ILHS girls shared the spotlight with the Buford High School junior varsity volleyball team, which won the JV title.
    Lancaster High School won the teachers tournament as part of the second annual Good Samaritan Foundation Scholarship tournament.