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Indian Land High School Sideline Store

INDIAN LAND ONLINE STORE The Official Warriors Apparel Store and Indian Land Merchandise for Warriors Fans, Parents, and Alumni We are happy to announce that we’ve partnered with BSN Sports and built an online store front to support our community. In the store, you will find brands you know and designs you’ll love. You can

Recruiting Webinar

All Parents and students who are interested in gaining information concerning the collegiate recruiting process are encouraged to view this recruiting webinar. The webinar lasts about 60 minutes. Click on the link below: https://vimeopro.com/user10150327/ap-xyb799200bzn5wes11ee

All Teams Schedule: Week of Dec 02 – Dec 08

Dec 02 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Nation Ford High School Varsity Girls Basketball 6:00 pm | Indian Land High School Dec 02 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Nation Ford High School Nonconference 6:00 pm | Indian Land High School Dec 03 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball vs. Nation Ford High School J.V. Girls Basketball 6:00 pm |

SCHSL State Championship Meet Results

The Indian Land cross country team competed at the SCHSL State Championship meet on Tuesday November 19th.  The meet was held at the Springdale Race course in Camden, SC.  The boys team placed sixth overall out of twenty teams.  This is the best team finish in school history for boys cross country.  The girls team

VARSITY BASKETBALL

Warrior Nation, Destin Clark has been selected in classification 3-A as one of the Top 5 Seniors in S.C. for the 2019-2020 basketball season.

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 04 – Nov 10

Nov 09 Girls Varsity Cross Country at Upper State Qualifier 9:00 am | THE OASIS FARM OF CONNIE MAXWELL CHILDRENS HOME – GREENWOOD, SC Nov 09 Boys Varsity Cross Country at Upper State Qualifier 9:00 am | THE OASIS FARM OF CONNIE MAXWELL CHILDRENS HOME – GREENWOOD, SC

Boys Cross Country Wins Region IV AAA Championship, Girls team Runner-up

The Indian Land Cross Country team competed in the Region IV AAA Championship at Historic Camden Park on October 29th.  The girl’s team placed second overall out of five teams with thirty-seven points.  Catawba Ridge girl’s team won the meet with twenty-seven points, Camden placed third with seventy-nine points, fourth Fairfield Central with ninety-five points