Indian Land High School’s football team hit the practice field in preparation for the 2022 season this weekend.

The team is gearing up for the new season, working on conditioning and fundamentals in early sessions, focusing on its first scrimmages next week.

Indian Land opened its preseason practice at 8 a.m. Friday. The Warriors will also practice Saturday at 8 a.m.

The Warriors, 5-4 last season when they earned a playoff bid, open their scrimmage schedule Friday, Aug. 5, when they host T.L. Hanna High School of Anderson.

Indian Land will also scrimmage Union County (S.C.) High School on Aug. 8.

“Those two scrimmages will be good measuring sticks for our team,” said ILHS coach Adam Hastings, who is entering his third season at the Lancaster County Class AAAA Panhandle school.

Hastings is upbeat about the upcoming seasons.

“Our numbers are great,” he said. “Our players are locked in and I feel they are ready to work and have a lot of fun.”

ILHS will cap play in the Founders Kickoff Classic in Warriors Stadium, where the Warriors face Highland Tech of Gaston County, N.C., at 8 p.m. Aug. 13.

The Warriors launch their season Aug. 19 against the Falcons at Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill.

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