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High School

  • Devils jump out early, down Richard Winn

    A good start led to a great finish.
    The Great Falls baseball team took an early lead, got out of trouble and hung on for a 6-3 victory over Richard Winn Wednesday in Fairfield Central's spring break tournament.
    The Red Devils have gotten lots of runners on base in recent games but just haven't been able to get them home. That wasn't an issue on Wednesday. Richard Lee and Piece Funderburk singled to open the first inning. Will Jones drove Lee in with a single of his own, then Jeremy Price plated Funderburk with a sacrifice groundout to make it a 2-0 game.

  • Lady Lions go 2-1 at the beach

    The Lewisville softball team got more out of their spring break trip to Myrtle Beach than nice weather and a view of the ocean.
    The team posted a 2-1 record in the Grand Strand Softball Classic this week, finishing in second place in their division.

  • Lions play follow the leader

    They meet with umpires before games, they go over ground rules, they decide where the team will eat, what uniforms the squad will wear and are responsible for holding players responsible for their actions.
    At Lewisville, those are not the responsibilities of a coach, though. All that is put on senior captains.

  • Lions one step from region perfection

    The Lewisville baseball team is one step away from achieving its goal...it's first goal anyway.
    The Lions picked up an impressive 12-0 victory over Great Falls in five innings on Friday, improving to 16-1 overall.

  • Lady Lions complete perfect region slate

    Last season, the Lewisville softball team reached unprecedented heights, winning a region title and advancing to the upperstate championship bracket. Even that group, though, didn't accomplish what this year's team has.
    On Friday, Lewisville knocked off county rival Great Falls by a 14-2 score. In the process, the Lady Lions finished the region season with a perfect 8-0 record. Last year's record-breaking squad was 7-1 in the region.

  • Cyclones lose a close one to Clinton

    They made enough pitches, but not enough plays.
    The Chester baseball team lost a tough region contest on Tuesday, falling to Clinton by a 3-1 final.

  • Lewisville Lady Lions down Lamar, clinch region title

    There was no celebration on the Lewisville softball field Wednesday night, but that was a good thing.
    The team did win and clinched a second straight Region III-A title in the process, but there was nothing more than the normal post-game high fives and a quick chat with coach Jerry Thomas. The program had gone more than a decade without a region crown before last year, but Thomas said expectations are higher now.
    "We celebrate like we expect to win," coach Thomas said.

  • Lions rally for win, region title

    The Lewisville baseball team has led the Region III-A standings since the start of the season. They didn't lead Lamar from the start on Wednesday, but rallied late for a 10-7 victory, clinching a region title in the process.
    The Lions fell behind by a 2-0 score in the first inning, but seemed to take control in the next few frames in moving ahead 4-2. Lamar eventually moved back in front by a 7-5 score.

  • Lady Lions clinch region

    There was no celebration on the Lewisville softball field Wednesday night, but that was a good thing.
    The team did win and clinched a second straight Region III-A title in the process, but there was nothing more than the normal post-game high fives and a quick chat with coach Jerry Thomas. The program had gone more than a decade without a region crown before last year, but Thomas said expectations are higher now.
    "We celebrate like we expect to win," coach Thomas said.

  • Lions roll to 14-1

    The Lewisville pitching staff is loaded with talented upperclassmen. Judging by Friday's results, the underclassmen aren't too bad either.