High School

  • Lions dominate Hornets

    With its record now at 6-0, Lewisville is clearly headed in the right direction. The Lions had C.A. Johnson headed in the wrong one on Friday night.
    Lewisville remained undefeated as it wrapped up the non-region portion of its schedule and blew out the Hornets by a 52-0 score.

  • Cunningham, Knights run past Red Devils

    Great Falls Coach John Barrett said before Friday's game at North Central that the Knights offense was built around running back Cedrick Cunningham.
    "They just give it to him and let him go," Barrett said.
    Cunningham did go on Friday, running for 242 yards and four touchdowns as North Central cruised to a 46-0 win over the Red Devils.

  • Cycs play strong from start to finish

    They've only played six games, but the Chester Cyclones have finished their season. One of them, anyway.
    "It's time to get on to real play. Now we move onto the next season and now it starts to count," said Cyclones Coach Victor Floyd.
    Floyd said it's the pre-region season that has ended, with the region season beginning next week and the post-season to hopefully follow. The first season on Chester's schedule ended with a bang as the Cyclones won their fifth straight game with a 65-6 steamrolling of The Carolina Pride.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Lions and Cycs win big, Devils fall

    There's only three unbeaten teams remaining in Class A football and the Lewisville Lions are one of them.
    Lewisville rolled to 6-0 with a 52-0 blowout of C.A. Johnson. The Lions will begin region play next week with a game against McBee, a 40-28 winner over Mullins Friday night.
    The Chester Cyclones made it five wins in-a-row with a 65-6 rout of Carolina Pride. The 5-1 Cyclones will open region play next week with a visit from Indian Land.

  • Lady Lions focus on here and now

    The Lewisville volleyball team has shown tremendous improvement over the past few years and seems poised to make a run in this year's playoffs, but Coach Josh Renaud doesn't want the focus on yesterday or very far into the future.
    "It's not about where we were, it's not even where we're going this year, it's where we are right now and what we're going to do about tomorrow," he said.

  • Lions won't underestimate Hornets

    Whether an opponent is winless or undefeated, you have to prepare the same way. That's the message Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell is delivering to his team this week.

  • Devils are back, ready for Knights

    They didn't play a game last week, but that appears to have made them more ready to play this week.
    Great Falls will play at North Central tonight. The Red Devils began the year with a small roster of 21 players and were beset by injuries after playing a couple of big, physical football teams. That led the school to forfeit its scheduled contest last Friday against the Carolina Wildcats. Coach John Barrett said, though, that the week off appears to have been just what his squad needed.

  • Chester facing the unknown tonight

    Preparing for the unknown is a difficult prospect, but that's exactly what the Chester Cyclones are facing tonight.
    The Cyclones will play Carolina Pride in tonight's homecoming contest. The Pride come in with a record of 2-3, having lost to Charlotte Latin 49-8 last week, but defeated the New Covenant Knights 29-8 the prior week.

  • Lions stay perfect with win at Eau Claire

    At the start of the year, Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell said his team was growing up and learning to both win and deal with adversity. Both of those things were on display Thursday night.
    On the road, with penalties and turnovers rearing their ugly heads, the Lions found a way to win, taking a 22-12 victory over Eau Claire.

  • Williams, Cycs roll over Diamond Hornets

    Seven really is a lucky number for Malik Williams and the Chester Cyclones.
    Williams accounted for seven touchdowns Friday night as Chester rolled to a huge 54-19 road victory over Lower Richland. It was the team's four straight victory.