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Cross Country Wins Home Meet

The Warrior cross country team hosted a home meet on Tuesday September 25th against Lancaster.  The Indian Land girl’s team placed first with a score of eighteen points with Lancaster placing second with thirty-seven points. The boy’s team placed first with seventeen points with Lancaster placing second with thirty-eight points. Leading the lady Warriors was

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 24 – Sep 30

Sep 27 Boys Junior Varsity Football vs. Chester High School 6:30 pm | Indian Land High School Sep 28 Boys Varsity Football at Chester High School 7:30 pm | Chester High School

Hare & Hounds Invitational Results

The Indian Land cross country team competed in the Hare & Hounds Invitational at McAlpine Park on Saturday September 22nd in Charlotte, NC.   The girl’s team placed twenty-seven out of twenty nine teams in the Championship race.  The boy’s team placed thirty-eighth out of forty teams in the Championship race. Leading the lady Warriors was

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 20 Boys Junior Varsity Football vs. South Pointe High School 7:00 pm | South Pointe High School Sep 21 Girls Varsity Dance Team vs. ILHS Varsity Football Game “Black Out” 7:30 pm | Indian Land High School Sep 21 Boys Varsity Football vs. South Pointe High School 7:30 pm | Indian Land High School

Indian Land Cross Country Boys and Girls Team win at Camden

The Indian Land cross country team competed at Historic Camden Park on Tuesday September 11.  The Girls team placed first with an overall score of 17 points, followed by Camden with 61 points, and Buford with 62 points.  The Boy’s team placed first with a score of 34 points, Camden Military 58, Lancaster 71, Fairfield

Girls Cross Country SCTCCCA Coaches Classic Results

The girls cross country team competed at the SCTCCCA Coaches Classic on Saturday September 8th.  The meet was held at the Clemson Sandhills Research Center in Columbia, SC.  The girl’s team competed in the Championship division and placed nineteenth out of fifty-one teams. Leading the lady Warriors was Junior Hannah Sawyer who placed twenty-fifth overall