High School Sports

  • Lady Warriors fall in Upper State soccer semifinals

    Powdersville High School scored a second-half goal and made it stand in a 1-0 home win over Indian Land High School in the Class AAA Upper State girls soccer semifinals Friday, May 3, at PHS.
    Sydnee Barrett scored in the 65th minute for the lone goal of the match in the narrow win.
    Indian Land had 14 shots on goal to 15 for Powdersville.
    ILHS keeper Serenity Collier had 12 saves in the match.
    The Lady Warriors finished 12-11 on the season.
    Powdersville downed Woodruff, 4-2, on May 6 to win the Class AAA Upstate title.

  • ILHS sends six to state track meet

    Six Indian Land High School track athletes – four boys and two girls – have qualified for the Class AAA state meet May 11-12 at Spring Valley High School.
    The six athletes qualified after competing in the Class AAA Upper State meet at Seneca High School last weekend.
    Devonte Harris won the 400 meters in 49.46.
    Harris also ran a leg on the winning 4x400 relay, which included Marlin Davis, Deshon Harris and Brian Adams for 3:21.16.

  • Lady Warriors smash Yellow Jackets

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors, fresh off winning the District IV-AAA championship, opened the Class AAA Upper State title series with a convincing 10-3 home win over Union County High School on Friday, May 3.
    The Lady Yellow Jackets opened an early lead in the first inning on a solo home run for a 1-0 lead, but the Lady Warriors answered with Danielle Wilson’s two-run homer to spark a five-run rally in the bottom of the first inning.
    That proved to be pivotal as the 19-4 Lady Warriors steadily pulled away for the seven-run win.

  • IL girls take region track title

    The Indian Land High School girls captured the Region IV-AAA track crown and the ILHS boys were a close second at the region meet in Camden on April 24.
    The Lady Warriors topped a five-team field with 124.5 points to finish ahead Fairfield Central 82, host Camden 77.5 points, Keenan 24 points and Chester with 19 points.
    In the boys meet, Keenan High School of Columbia edged the Warriors 92-91 in a tight finish. Fairfield Central tallied 76 points to take third, with Chester 41 points and Camden 40 points rounding out the boys field.

  • Lady Warriors win district softball title

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors went 1-2 May 1 at the ILHS softball field, but it was enough to earn the Class AAA Upper State District IV softball crown and a bid to the Class AAA Upper State title series.
    The Lady Warriors, 18-4, faced Woodruff High School in the double-elimination district title game, needing one win over the Lady Wolverines to move on to the Class AAA Upstate title round.
    Woodruff forced a decisive game two with a 9-6 win to open play.

  • Warriors face Pendleton in Upper State soccer match tonight (May 7)

    The Indian Land Warriors, the Region IV-AAA soccer champion, advanced to a third-round match in the Class AAA playoffs with a 3-0 home win over Mid-Carolina High School on Thursday, May 2, at Warrior Stadium.
    IL, 17-7, built a 2-0 lead and added a second-half goal in the Warriors’ win.
    Indian Land visited Seneca High School for a third-round playoff match Saturday, which the Warriors won, 1-0, on a 26-foot goal by Brandon Sanchez, with an assist from Addison Guild.
    Gabe Burris made four saves for ILHS, now 18-7-0.

  • Warriors baseball season over

    Indian Land High School saw its baseball season end with a 21-0 loss to Union County in the Class AAA Upper State District IV championship game at the Timken Complex in Union on April 29.
    The host Yellow Jackets, who fell to ILHS, 4-3 in eight innings in the opener, rebounded to capture the district title in game two.
    In the nightcap, UCHS, up 7-0, ignited for 14 runs in the fifth inning when it sent 20 batters to the plate.
    Trace White, one of five Warriors pitchers used in the game, went 1.2 frames for the loss.

  • Lady Warriors open soccer playoffs with win

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors, the two-time defending Class AAA Upper State champions, opened the playoffs with a 6-2 win over Pendleton High School on Monday, April 29, at the ILHS Reservation.
    The ILHS girls built a 3-0 halftime lead on the way to the win.
    Carleigh Werner led the Lady Warriors with two goals and an assist. Bella Sikorski had a goal and an assist.
    Arianna Powell, Kiley Waterbury and Shelby Ryberg each tallied a goal.
    Tatiana Ramirez and Samantha Ammann each had an assist.
    The Lady Warriors outshot Pendleton, 31-4.

  • Warriors honor state champ wrestlers

    The Indian Land Warriors wrestling team put the fitting finishing touches on their historic 2018-19 mat season April 11 at CrossRidge.
    The 35-5 Warriors’ spotlight was brilliant as the ILHS grapplers garnered their share of awards on the special night of champions.
    Warriors state champion Markeith Drakeford, 43-6 and the Class AAA 160-pound champion, and state runner-up Weston Nguyen were honored as the team’s Wrestlers of the Year.
    “Markeith battled through a lot to accomplish his goals,” ILHS wrestling coach Leon Boulware said.

  • ILHS baseball team struggles in playoffs

    Seventh-ranked Indian Land High School launched the Class AAA Upper State playoffs, taking a 6-3 win over Pendleton High School on April 23 at home.
    Kyle Raynor was the winner, yielding two earned runs in 4.2 innings.
    Tanner Chassereau worked 2.1 innings for the save, giving up an earned run.
    Jay Hildreth had a double and two RBIs. Connor Ouimet drilled a double, and had two RBIs and scored a run. Lawson Otte had two hits, scored a run and drove in a run.