High School

  • Devils second, Lions 10th in playoff point projections

    Great Falls is now in second place in terms of playoff points in the Division II, while Lewisville remains in playoff contention in Division I race.

  • Cycs look for first region win

    The key to stopping the Clinton offense is the same this year as it was last year and the year before and probably the decade before that.
    "There is no change with those guys," said Chester coach Anthony Sterling. "They play old-school football on offense."
    Chester and Clinton battle tonight in an important region match-up.

  • Devils putting last week behind them

    Great Falls suffered its first loss of the season last week. Red Devils coach Kenneth Schofield says his team has to pay careful attention to the "last week" part.
    "I hope we're finished with it. We talked about it, but we're doing the best we can to move on," Schofield said.
    With the team traveling to take on 6-2 Lamar, Schofield said his players need to give their full attention to this week.

  • Lions getting healthy, ready for Hornets

    Last week's open date came at just the right time for the Lewisville Lions. Whenever it came would have been just the right time.
    Lewisville, which has been ravaged by injuries, has been able to get some players healthy for tonight's home game against C.A. Johnson.

  • Anderson wins football contest

    A tie-breaker was needed to decide the winner of the News & Reporter's weekly football picking contest. In the end, Chick Anderson of Chester emerged as the winner.

  • Panthers hand Devils first loss of the season

    Great Falls fell from the ranks of the unbeaten Friday night and fell hard.
    The Red Devils gave up more than 600 yards rushing in a 60-7 loss to the McBee Panthers to drop to 7-1 on the season.
    McBee went right to work, scoring the first points of the game less than a minute into the contest. Facing a second-and-five from its own 35, McBee got a 65-yard touchdown run from Dashonell Wright to make it a 7-0 game. It would be the first of several big plays on the night for Wright.

  • Anderson runs Broome past Chester

    Des Anderson didn’t do everything for Broome on Friday night.
    He sure came close.
    Anderson rushed for 349 yards on 20 carries, scored six rushing touchdowns, and returned a punt 54 yards for another score as the Centurions beat Chester 58-44 to run their record to 7-1 overall and remain a perfect 3-0 in Region III-3A.
    “We came out with a lot of intensity,” Anderson said. “My mindset was just to keep going, keep pushing down the field no matter what, and if there was an error, just correct it on the next play and keep going.”

  • 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.