https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/sports/rss.xml en ILHS raises $2,700 in 1st golf tourney https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/ilhs-raises-2700-1st-golf-tourney <img src="https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/sites/www.carolinagatewayonline.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/winners_ilhs_golf_tourney_.jpg" alt="The Fort Mill Pharmacy team, from left, Joel Key, Trey Estes, Tommy Schmolze and Grey Young, won the first Whack One “Fore” the Warriors golf tournament Sept. 14. " title="The Fort Mill Pharmacy team, from left, Joel Key, Trey Estes, Tommy Schmolze and Grey Young, won the first Whack One “Fore” the Warriors golf tournament Sept. 14. " align="left" hspace="6" /><p> By Mac Banks<br /> LANCASTER &ndash; What is the best way to raise money for a local high school golf team? Playing golf seemed like the best idea for the Indian Land Warriors.<br /> The Indian Land High School golf team hosted Whack One &ldquo;Fore&rdquo; the Warriors, its first golf tournament fundraiser, at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday, Sept. 14.<br /> LHS swimmers splash to two wins and a split https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/lhs-swimmers-splash-two-wins-and-split <p> The Lancaster High School swim team rolled to a win over the Governor&rsquo;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.<br /> Camden was slated to compete, but didn&rsquo;t attend.<br /> 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.<br /> Nathan Powell paced the LHS boys with two firsts. Tyler Tipton, Jacob Stadler, Matt Prete and Diego Caravaca each had one win.<br /> Sport Shorts 9-18-19 https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/sport-shorts-9-18-19 <p> <strong>Rotary Open Golf Tournament Sept. 19</strong><br /> The 2019 Rotary Open golf tournament is Sept. 19 at the Lancaster Golf Club, 1821 Springs Club Road, Lancaster. Check-in at noon&nbsp; for team assignments. The captain&rsquo;s choice tourney begins at 12:30 p.m., with food and prizes at 5 p.m.<br /> Team prizes are $600 for first place, $400 for second and $200 for third place.Special prizes include close-ups on all par-three holes and longest drive on hole No. 12.<br /> Cougars claw Warriors in 28-8 win https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/cougars-claw-warriors-28-8-win <img src="https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/sites/www.carolinagatewayonline.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/indian_land_receiver_jacob_cooley_hauls_in_a_blake_goode_pass_for_a_first_down._covering_him_is_york_defensive_back_amarion_huskey.jpg" alt="Indian Land High School receiver Jacob Cooley hauls in a Blake Goode pass for a first down, as York defensive back Amarion Huskey covers him during the Warriors 28-8 home loss to the Cougars on Sept. 6." title="Indian Land High School receiver Jacob Cooley hauls in a Blake Goode pass for a first down, as York defensive back Amarion Huskey covers him during the Warriors 28-8 home loss to the Cougars on Sept. 6." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> INDIAN LAND &ndash; 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.<br /> 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.<br /> 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.<br /> Bloxhams boost Warriors line twofold https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/bloxhams-boost-warriors-line-twofold <img src="https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/sites/www.carolinagatewayonline.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/caden_bloxham.jpg" alt="Caden Bloxham is a third-year varsity team member with two seasons as a starter at middle linebacker for the Indian Land High School varsity football team." title="Caden Bloxham is a third-year varsity team member with two seasons as a starter at middle linebacker for the Indian Land High School varsity football team." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> When Indian Land High School head football coach Horatio Blades works with the Warriors linebackers, he&rsquo;s likely to do a double take.<br /> The Warriors&rsquo; 2019 defense features brothers Caden and Kyler Bloxham, a pair of senior linebackers.<br /> &ldquo;They&rsquo;re awesome kids,&rdquo; Blades said. &ldquo;They are always going at each other. You can see that sibling rivalry.&rdquo;<br /> Sports Shorts 9-11-19 https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/sports-shorts-9-11-19 <p> <strong>ILHS players lead coaches&rsquo; honors</strong><br /> RICHBURG &ndash; A pair of Indian Land High School football players led the Division II (Class AAA, AA and A) honors during the second meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg on Sept. 3.<br /> Warriors quarterback Blake Goode, who threw for 362 yards on 22-32 passing and three touchdowns in IL&rsquo;s 43-0 road win over Buford, was honored as the Div. II Offensive Player of the Week.<br /> Unbeaten Warriors smash Jackets, 43-0 https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/unbeaten-warriors-smash-jackets-43-0 <img src="https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/sites/www.carolinagatewayonline.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/img_0682.jpg" alt="Indian Land High school senior Jacob Cooley (12) slips away from Buford High&#039;s Logan Whitaker (7) and looks for a way past Ja&#039;Mari Hough (15) in the Warriors&#039; 43-0 road victory over the Yellow Jackets on Aug. 30." title="Indian Land High school senior Jacob Cooley (12) slips away from Buford High&#039;s Logan Whitaker (7) and looks for a way past Ja&#039;Mari Hough (15) in the Warriors&#039; 43-0 road victory over the Yellow Jackets on Aug. 30." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> For the second straight week, Indian Land High School was on the road against a county rival &ndash; the Buford Yellow Jackets, and the Warriors returned home happy with a 43-0 shutout.<br /> 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.<br /> Lady Warriors race to 3rd place https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/lady-warriors-race-3rd-place <img src="https://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/sites/www.carolinagatewayonline.com/files/imagecache/thumb85/1st_photo-5728coolor-.jpg" alt="The Lady Warriors cross country team placed third in the Providence Invitational on Aug. 24 at McAlpine Creek Park in Charlotte. Team members are, from left, Lauren Sizemore, Caprielle Terry, Olivia Morales, Mattie-Baile Tripp, Rachel Graham, Hannah Sawyer and Chloe Duernberger." title="The Lady Warriors cross country team placed third in the Providence Invitational on Aug. 24 at McAlpine Creek Park in Charlotte. Team members are, from left, Lauren Sizemore, Caprielle Terry, Olivia Morales, Mattie-Baile Tripp, Rachel Graham, Hannah Sawyer and Chloe Duernberger." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> <em>from Christopher Cuviello/Indian Land High School</em><br /> The Lady Warriors cross country team posted its best team finish at the Providence Invitational, placing third out of 16 teams.<br /> Broughton won the girls race, with Lake Norman Charter placing second in the Aug. 24 invitational at McAlpine Creek Park in Charlotte.<br />