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High School

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cycs fall late, Lions roll

    Last year, Chester held a late lead on Westwood, but gave up 16 unanswered points to lose close in their season opener. Unfortunately for the Cyclones, almost that exact same script played out Friday.

  • Chester County Football 2017 Sneak Peak: Talford stands tall for Devils

    To fans and opponents, Kelton Talford stands out because of his height (6-foot-4 and still growing). He stands out to his coaches too, but for different reasons.

    “Obviously, he is tall, but it’s more than that. He has a great attitude and is a guy that works very hard,” said Great Falls Football Coach Scotty Steen.

  • Cycs honoring the past, kicking off season tonight

    Chester High School will honor some past champions tonight, while the 2017 edition of the Cyclones starts what it hopes will be a championship season.

    Chester will kick off the year against AAAA foe Westwood tonight. The Red Hawks struggled to their first losing season in four years last season, but did pick up an early win over the Cyclones. The team operates from a spread attack on offense that will be run by experienced quarterback Elijah Heatley.

  • Lions start season with visit from Vols

    Lewisville’s state championship baseball team will be getting its rings tonight and the football team will begin its quest to win some of its own.

    The Lions open the 2017 slate at home tonight against Andrew Jackson. Lewisville is coming off a big 10-3 season that saw the squad win its first playoff games since 2005. That campaign began with a 30-point blowout of the AA Volunteers. The two teams have actually mixed it up a bit already this year, meeting in a 7-on-7 contest over the summer.

  • UPDATED: Cycs and Devils fall, Lions win big in jamboree

    The Chester Cyclones turned the ball over four times in a half on Friday night…they turned it over three times last season.

    “Hopefully we got them all out of our system,” said Coach Victor Floyd.

    In the nightcap of the Chester County Football Jamboree Friday, the Cyclones lost three fumbles and had an interception in a 27-20 loss to Clover. One Chester fumble inside their own 20 set up an easy Clover touchdown, while another was scooped up and returned 52 yards for a score.

  • Chester County Football Jamboree...teams face final tune-up

    Clay Waldrip: Waldrip was born in Moultrie, Georgia and graduated from Stephens County High School in Toccoa, Georgia. He is a 1986 graduate of Furman University with a degree in psychology. While at Furman he met his future wife Kathy Bryson. The two moved to Louisville, Kentucky for Waldrip to attend the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. While in Kentucky, Waldrip was the pastor of the Indian Fork Baptist Church in Bagdad, Kentucky. 

  • Chester County Football Jamboree honored guests

    Clay Waldrip: Waldrip was born in Moultrie, Georgia and graduated from Stephens County High School in Toccoa, Georgia. He is a 1986 graduate of Furman University with a degree in psychology. While at Furman he met his future wife Kathy Bryson. The two moved to Louisville, Kentucky for Waldrip to attend the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. While in Kentucky, Waldrip was the pastor of the Indian Fork Baptist Church in Bagdad, Kentucky. 

  • Chester County Football Jamboree schedule of events

    6 p.m. Lancaster Bruins vs. Columbia (Ga.) Eagles

     

    7 p.m. Great Falls Red Devils  vs. Franklin Christian Cavaliers

     

    8 p.m. Ceremony recognizing honored guests

     

    8:15 p.m. Lewisville Lions vs. Garinger Wildcats

     

    9:15 p.m. Chester Cyclones  vs. Clover Blue Eagles

     

    Fan information:

     

    Only SCHSL passes will be honored for the jamboree. No senior citizen pass, CCSD employee or any other type of pass will be honored.

  • Lewisville defense shines in opening scrimmage

    Coaches hope that their players improve from one day to the next in practice. It didn’t even take that long for the Lewisville Lions to get better.

    “There are some guys in this huddle who are better players at 12:15 than they were at 9 o’clock this morning,” Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell said.

  • Region II does not support Lewisville appeal

    If Lewisville High School is going to win its appeal to stay in Class A, it will do so without the support of its current region mates.