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High School Sports

  • 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.

  • Hasty makes history as 1st female golf signee

    Indian Land High School senior golfer Kara Hasty made Warriors sports history March 23.
    Hasty, who is all about strokes on the golf course, made history with the stroke of her hand as she became the first ILHS female golfer to sign a golf scholarship at the Class AAA high school as family, friends, coaches and school and athletic administrators witnessed.

  • Tough tourney preps Warriors for playoffs

    by Mac Banks/for Carolina Gateway
    Dropping three straight games to finish the regular season is not how any baseball team wants to end things, but that is exactly what the Indian Land High School Warriors will have to live with until the Class AAA playoffs start.
    The Warriors lost all three games they played in the Queen City Invitational, a tourney they helped host last week.

  • Spring Sports Roundup: April 17, 2019

    Lady Warriors region champs
    The Indian Land High School girls soccer team secured the Region IV-AAA crown with a shutout win April 10.
    The Lady Warriors blanked fourth-ranked Camden High School, 2-0, in a road match.
    The win gave the ILHS girls the No. 1 seed going into the Class AAA Upper State soccer playoffs.
    Indian Land also split the co-region championship with Camden.
    IL, ranked No. 12 in Class AAA, had a goal from Samantha Amman on a penalty kick and a score on an own goal.
    Indian Land outshot Camden, 28-6.

  • Warriors’ Ellis headed to Denison

    It’s back to Ohio and on to college football for Indian Land High School Warriors’ senior Karl Ellis.
    Ellis, a two-year starter at defensive back for the Warriors, is headed to Denison University in Granville, Ohio.
    Denison, a NCAA Division III school, is a member of the North Coast Athletic Conference.
    “I’m originally from the state of Ohio and I have family all across Ohio,” Ellis said. “It just seemed like a natural fit for me when I was looking for places to play football at the next level.

  • Spring Sports Roundup: April 10, 2019

    ILHS softball team routs Chester
    Peyton Darnell paced the Indian Land Lady Warriors to a 12-2 softball win over Chester High School with two home runs and four RBIs in the 10-run win March 29.
    Daniella Wilson, Lexis Wilkinson, Gabriella Wilson and Darnell each had multiple hits in the win.
    Peyton Hurst hurled the win, tossing a one-hitter. She gave up two runs and struck out five.
    ◆ Indian Land blanked Fairfield Central of Winnsboro, 17-0, in three innings March 26.

  • Warriors capture region baseball title

    The Indian Land High School Warriors wrapped up their second straight Region IV-AAA baseball championship with three league wins to put their region record to 8-0.
    The 10-7 Warriors, coming off a 15-0 win over Keenan High School of Columbia, ripped the Raiders, 13-2, for a sweep of KHS on Friday, April 5.
    Zach Webb, in a no-hitter, pitched five in-nings and struck out 12.
    Adam Morrison had a hit and two RBIs in the Warriors’ 11-run win. Kyle Raynor and Trace White each had a hit.
    Webb and Braden Small each drew two walks.

  • Moore to play volleyball at USCS

    From Warrior to Indian, Indian Land High School volleyball ace Sarah Moore is making the transition to college volleyball.
    Moore, the 2018 Lady Warriors volleyball co-captain and MVP, is headed to the University of South Carolina Salkehatchie to play for the Indians.
    Moore visited the Allendale campus  in mid-January and that was all it took.
    “My visit was good there and it reminded me of home,” she said. “The people there were very welcoming. They made me feel at home. I love small towns and it just feels more at home to me.”

  • Firm to buy Warriors state title rings

    Signature Waste owner Joe Swinford wasn’t going to let this opportunity to honor an Indian Land High School sports landmark athletic achievement be tossed aside.
    Swinford, who played college football at Clemson University, has stepped up to honor the 2019 Class AAA state wrestling champion Indian Land High School Warriors.
    “It’s ring season,” said Swinford as a big smile broke across his face.

  • Lady Warriors solid this softball season

    The 2019 Indian Land Lady Warriors are off to a fast start on the diamond and look to continue their shining success under veteran coach Monica Barfield.
    Indian Land was 3-0 on the season to open the week.
    The Lady Warriors sport six returning starters off the ILHS softball team that advanced to the Class AAA Upper State title series.
    The Lady Warriors, on the way to the Upstate championship series, captured the Region IV-AAA championship and Class AAA District IV softball crown.
    The Lady Warriors return their share of experience from the 2018 team.