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Spring Football Practice

Lake City High School will begin Spring football on May 5.  This is open to all students grades 7-11 who have a current physical. The middle school students will not wear pads or helmets and will participate in non-contact drills and practice completely separate from the high school team. The Lake City Spring Football game

Volleyball Workouts

For any girls interested in playing volleyball next season we are holding a one week workout session. You MUST have a current sport physical on file to participate! When: MAY 4-7th WHERE: LCHS GYM TIME: 4-6pm WHO: Entering 7th-12th grades for 2015-2016 school year only please Contact Coach Ashley Stark at astark@fsd3.org if you have

Panthers Blank St. James To Cap Season (With Gallery)

Click Here for photo gallery courtesy of Mr. Brian Huckabee To say this baseball season has been a roller coaster would be a massive understatement. The Lake City baseball team had a firm grip on the region title heading to the midway point of the season.  However, luck changes quickly in baseball and the Panthers

Baseball Enters Stretch Run

After a grueling seven-game losing streak that saw the Panthers drop five games by a single run, Lake City finally snapped that streak versus Cherry Hill East, NJ. Down 1-5, the Panthers battled back and sent the game into extra innings.  With two outs in the 9th inning, Molik Brown smoked a walkoff double to

MEET YOUR PANTHERS

This week’s “MEET YOUR PANTHERS” focuses on senior multi-sport student athletes Justin Graham and KiJana Alston.  Justin has participated in football, wrestling and track.  He is a two-time state qualifier and recently brought home the 3rd place medal from the South Carolina High School State Wrestling Tournament.  Meanwhile, KiJana is a four-year letterwinner in baseball

Ugly Night (With Gallery)

North Myrtle Beach High School found itself 0-4 in Region VII-AAA play as they rolled into Lake City.  However, it was the visiting Chiefs who played like the region champs instead of the region-leading  3-1 Lake City Panthers. Following the lead of starting pitcher Kyle Cooper, the Chiefs dropped the homestanding Panthers 7-3 as Cooper

Panthers Athletics This Week (3/23-28)

Varsity Baseball 3/24 vs. NMB, 3/27 @ Georgetown 6PM starts JV Baseball 3/25 vs. Andrews 6PM, 3/27 vs. SFHS 6PM, 3/28 @ Johnsonville 12PM Varsity Softball 3/24 vs. NMB, 3/27 JV/V @ Georgetown JV/Varsity Boys Soccer 3/24 vs. NMB, 3/27 @ Georgetown 5:30/7:00 JV/Varsity Girls Soccer 3/25 vs. NMB, 3/26 vs. Georgetown 5:30/7:00

Softball Gallery

Courtesy of Mr. Brian Huckabee Click Here

MEET YOUR PANTHERS

Seniors Chris McGee and Alaina Barr are not huge physical specimens…unless we are measuring spirit and heart. Alaina is a four-year member of the cheerleading squad and a ferocious supporter of all things LCHS.  Chris is an all-region baseball player who is a Senior leader on the LCHS baseball team.  Both settled in long enough

Panthers Top Wilson (Gallery Posted)

(Featured image courtesy of Veasy Conway/Florence Morning News) Senior Chris McGee scattered 5 hits and allowed two runs while fanning seven in a complete game effort as Lake City traveled to Wilson High School and returned home with a 5-2 victory to remain unblemished in Region VII-AAA competition. McGee also went 3 for 4 at