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FCA Banquet Information

1st ANNUAL LANCASTER Fellowship of Christian Athletes BANQUET FUNDRAISER Registration Information – Contact Name Address City State Zip Phone E-mail Please indicate Sponsorship Level : All-American-$2000 All-Conference-$800 Team Player-$400 Community Sponsor-$250 Individual Tickets – # of Tickets  I am unable to attend but would like to donate Make checks payable to FCA (Note Lancaster

Tennis team wins again

The Lady Warriors Tennis team improved their record to 4-1 by winning 5-1 against Lancaster High. Winners for the Lady Warriors were Brianna Garris, Nia Pressly, Hannah Cook, Ana Licon, and the Doubles team of Carly Gomes and Natasha Ramesh.

This week’s Max Preps Stat Leaders

Cumulative through 9/12Stat Leaders SC 2A Hitting #1 Nation 0.683 #1 SC 0.525 National Ave. 0.1 Place (SC 2A) Player Year Percent 3rd Sophia Hadsall Freshman 0.25 6th Kaitlyn Clingenpeel Senior 0.224 10th Alexis Villarosa Senior 0.156 Kills #1 Nation 435 #1 SC 194 National Ave. 17.5 Place (SC 2A) Player Year Kills 4th Sophia

Letter Jacket Orders Sept. 23

Jostens will be at ILHS Wednesday, Sept. 23 during all 3 lunches to take letter jacket orders.  Students should bring a deposit of $80 to order a jacket.  Checks should be made payable to Jostens.

Girls Finish 7th out of 48 teams

  The girls cross country team competed at the SCTCCCA Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic on Saturday September 12, 2015.  The meet was held at the Clemson research center in Columbia, South Carolina.  The team competed in the Championship division and placed school best result at this meet, seventh out of forty eight teams. Leading the

SCTCCCA Boys Results

  The boys cross country team competed at the SCTCCCA Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic on Saturday September 12, 2015.  The meet was held at the Clemson research center in Columbia, South Carolina.  The team competed in the Championship division and placed 24 out of 50 teams. Leading the way for the boy’s team was junior

Warriors down Lewisville

After a 45 minute weather delay postponed the start of the game until 8:15 pm the Warriors defeated Lewisville 27-14 to improve to 3-0 on the season.  This marks the first time Indian Land has won at Lewisville since 1991.  IL was lead by Lee Massey who rushed 20 times for 108 yards and 3

Football Food vs. Lewisville

Special thank you to Wayne & Pam Locklear for providing today’s pre-game meal.  Also thank you to Kathi Murray for proving snacks for after the game tonight.

Girls Cross Country Win Meet at Lancaster

The girls cross country team competed at Lancaster High school on September 8, 2015 against Lancaster, Chester, Buford, and Lewisville.  Indian Land placed first with a score of 22 points. Leading the way for the Indian Land girls’ team was seventh grader Lauren Sizemore who finished first with a time of 22:16.  Closely behind was

Boys Cross Country Win Meet at Lancaster

The boys cross country team competed at Lancaster High school on September 8, 2015 against Lancaster, Camden Military, Buford, Chester, and Lewisville.  Indian Land placed first with a score of 24 points. Leading the way for the Indian Land boys’ team was Junior Austin St. John who finished second overall in the meet with a