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High School

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Black Friday, Cycs and Devils lose big

    Great Falls fell from the ranks of the unbeaten Friday night...and fell hard.
    The Red Devils lost to McBee 60-7, to fall to 7-1 on the season and 1-1 in Region III-A play. McBee went to work early, with running back Dashonell Wright ripping off a 65-yard touchdown run on the the second play from scrimmage for a 7-0 lead. Wright capped the next drive (which covered 60 yards in nine plays) with a one-yard touchdown run. He added another 65-yard scoring gallop at the end of the quarter and the Panthers scored again early in the second for a 28-0 lead.

  • Devils tied for first, Lions in contention in playoff points race

    Great Falls is currently tied for first place and Lewisville is just on the outside of the post-season in terms playoff points.
    Several years ago, Class A schools voted to split into two divisions in the playoffs and crown two state champions. Division I is the larger of the divisions in terms of the enrollment of the schools and Division II is the smaller. A point system was introduced to seed teams for the playoffs.

  • Cyclones looking to stop Anderson, Centurions

    Playing the Broome Centurions can be a lot like standing on railroad tracks. You know what is coming eventually, but it's still hard to stop.
    The Chester Cyclones will look for their first region victory of the season tonight at Broome.

  • Devils vs. Panthers...it won't be pretty

    Anyone wanting to see graceful passing attacks and minimal contact should probably go somewhere other than Great Falls tonight.
    "If you're not ready for a big train wreck you better stay at home," said Great Falls coach Kenneth Schofield.
    Great Falls will face McBee tonight in a game that will feature big-time region implications and physical, hard-hitting play.

  • Ruff pushes Stallions past Cycs

    It was a Ruff night.
    The Chester Cyclones were competitive early Friday, but South Pointe started to pull away late in the first half and claimed a 44-24 region win.
    Early on, South Pointe was able to take the lead on the strength of its running game. Shawn McCullough ended a Stallions march with an eight-yard touchdown for a 7-0 lead.

  • Red Devils beat Gray Collegiate...again

    The Great Falls Red Devils stayed undefeated with a close win over Gray Collegiate Academy...again.
    When the two teams met earlier this season, Great Falls mounted a second-half rally to claim a 21-16 victory. On Friday, the Red Devils had to hold off a late Gray surge to take the 28-20 win.
    "We managed it," said Great Falls coach Kenneth Schofield. "We played fairly well at times."

  • Lamar pulls away from Lewisville

    Lewisville coach Will Mitchell has seen this movie before.
    His team fought its way into contention against Lamar Friday night, trailing just 21-7 late in the first half, but a flurry of big plays by the Silver Foxes late in the final five minutes of the second quarter put the contest out of reach. The visitors went home with a 56-13 victory.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Devils stay undefeated, Cycs and Lions lose

    The Lewisville Lions dropped to 0-8 on the year Friday night with a 56-13 loss to Lamar.
    The tone was set early, as Lamar faced fourth-and-six near midfield and opted to go for it. Quarterback Roderick Brown managed to avoid being taken down in the backfield and uncorked a 46-yard completion to Decobie Durant. Running back Labradford Abson ran it in from nine yards out two plays later for a 7-0 Lamar lead.

  • Cyclones get back to basics

    It would be a mistake to look at South Pointe's recent three-game losing streak and assume the Stallions are having a down year.
    Chester goes to South Pointe tonight in the second region contest for both teams.

  • Red Devils ready for rematch with Gray

    Kenneth Schofield wasn't sure what to expect when his Red Devils faced Gray Collegiate Academy early this year. They are about to play for a second time and he still isn't sure what to expect.
    Great Falls and Gray will face off in a non-region game tonight at Great Falls.