High School Sports

  • Lady Warriors cruise to lopsided soccer win

    Class AAA defending girls state soccer champion Indian Land High School rolled to a 14-0 win over Southside of Greenville to open the Lady Warriors’ 2018 playoffs on April 30 at the ILHS Reservation.
    Kelsey Long scored four goals, while Summer Bishop had three scores.
    Emily Gerdes and Carleigh Werner each had two goals.
    Samantha Ammann, Shelby Ryberg and Leah Lockman each had a goal.
    Tatiana Ramirez, Brianna Bishop and Kiley Waterbury each had an assist.

  • Lady Warriors capture region track title

     Staff reports

    Indian Land High School captured the Region IV-AAA girls track title, while the ILHS boys placed second in the meet at Camden High School on April 25.
    The Lady Warriors, with 128 points, were followed by Camden with 111, Fairfield Central 61, Columbia 23 and Chester 2.
    Chester High School topped the men’s field with 87 points, followed by ILHS 69, Columbia 67, Camden 65 and Fairfield Central 51.
    The top four finishers in each event advance to the Class AAA Upper State track meet at Broome High School on May 5.

  • ILHS foursome headed to play college soccer

    A quality quartet of Indian Land High School soccer standouts are taking their games to the next level.
    Lady Warriors ace booters Brianna Bishop, Summer Bishop, Abby Curry and Kailee Erwin made it official April 19 when they signed to play college soccer.
    Brianna Bishop will be playing soccer at Emmanuel College in Georgia, while her sister, Summer, is headed to Queens University in Charlotte. Curry is going to Coker College in Hartsville and Erwin is bound for Newberry College.
    Brianna Bishop said Emmanuel College is “very family-oriented.”

  • Warriors seek continued soccer success

    The Indian Land High School soccer team missed a state championship match for the first time in five years last spring, but the Warriors are bidding to make it back into the fray for state gold.
    “It was a huge shock to the team losing in the third round last year, even with all of our injuries,” said ILHS boys soccer coach Adam Cole. “The players have come to expect being in the Upstate, or state finals each year. That’s the type of confidence I want to continue in our players, not to be complacent with less than the best.

  • Warriors win baseball playoff opener

    Indian Land High School snapped a 3-all draw with a pivotal four-run rally in the bottom of the fifth inning to spark a 7-4 win over Berea High School of Greenville in the opening round of the Class AAA Upper State District IV baseball playoffs at the ILHS field April 25.
    The Region IV-AAA champion Warriors, 18-7, took the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning when Jay Hildreth drilled a two-run single to give ILHS a 5-3 edge.
    Hildreth, for the night, had a hit, two RBIs, scored a run and drew a walk.

  • Lady Warriors rip York; Warriors post triple wins

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors forged a 6-0 halftime lead on the way to a 10-0 home win over Class AAAA foe York on April 25.
    York is ranked No. 10 in Class AAAA girls soccer.
    Kelsey Long had four goals, while Summer Bishop tallied three goals.
    Brianna Bishop netted two goals and Kailee Erwin added one.
    The Lady Warriors had 27 shots to seven for York.
    ILHS keeper Emma Thompson tallied four saves. Shelby Ryberg teamed with Thompson for the shutout.
    The Lady Warriors, ranked No. 3 in Class AAA girls, improved to 15-3-1 on the season.

  • IL second in KLS Running for Ryan county track meet

    Lancaster High School captured titles in the 12th annual KLS Running for Ryan Lancaster County track meet April 21 at the LHS track.
    The Bruins topped the boys field with 103 points, while the Lady Bruins won the girls meet with 77 points.
    The LHS boys won seven events, while the Lady Bruins took six firsts in the event held in memory of Ryan McKinney, a former LHS track athlete. Running for Ryan also serves to promote a greater awareness of KLS – Klein Levin Syndrome.

  • Lady Warriors fall to AJHS on diamond

    Indian Land High School fell to county rival Andrew Jackson High School, 6-3, rallying from a 3-1 deficit for the softball victory on April 19.
    Rebecca Price was the winning pitcher and aided her cause with two hits.
    Maddie Baker, Abby Brewer and Kameran Mungo had two hits each to lead the Lady Vols.
    Caroline Wrenn, Carley Sims, Morgan Eason and Kinley Killough each had one hit for AJ.
    Indian Land was led by Adriana Wilson, Peyton Darnell and Danyelle McCorkle with two hits each.

  • Lady Warriors blitz Camden

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors built a 3-0 halftime lead on the way to a 7-0 home win over Camden High School on April 17.
    Summer Bishop scored four goals in the Lady Warriors’ win.
    Kelsey Long, Kailee Erwin and Emily Gerdes each tallied a goal for ILHS.
    Erwin also had an assist in the ILHS win.
    Indian Land had 33 shots on goal to none for the Lady Bulldogs.
    Emma Thompson tallied the shutout for Indian Land. Mary Morgon had 12 saves for Camden.
    Indian Land, 13-3-1, improved to 7-0 in region play.

  • Warriors win region baseball crown

    Indian Land High School wrapped up an unbeaten record – 8-0 – for the Region IV-AAA baseball crown with a 21-1 win over host Fairfield Central of Winnsboro on April 18.
    The Warriors ignited for 14 hits in the 20-run win.
    ILHS scored 14 runs in the fifth inning to seal the victory.
    Senior Nolan Bolt led the Warriors offense with three hits, including a double, five RBIs and a walk.
    Justin Cope drilled two hits, including a double, with an RBI and two walks.