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High School

  • Chester volleyball team reaching its goals

    Taylor Roof has a big-picture vision for the Chester High volleyball team in the long-term, but she likes to keep her goals smaller in the short-term. That strategy has worked, since her team has already reached one.

  • Chester looks for win at Lower RIchland

    After losing three straight games at home, the Chester Cyclones will try to move to 2-0 on the season on the road with a game at Lower Richland.

  • Carolina Pride are not pushovers this year

    Anyone who looked at Lewisville's schedule and assumed this week's match-up against Carolina Pride would be an easy win was mistaken.
    "They're a good team with some good-looking athletes," said Lewisville coach Will Mitchell.
    Carolina Pride has traditionally been made up of home-schooled athletes and students from private schools that do not offer football. That has changed a bit, though, with some players now actually being enrolled in Charlotte-area public schools that do have football teams.

  • Early points explosion powers Red Devils

    The threat of bad weather and a glut of penalty flags could not slow down Great Falls Friday night. Neither could Andrew Jackson.
    The Red Devils exploded for three touchdowns in a 35-second span of the first quarter and coasted to a 46-14 victory.
    Great Falls scored on its opening possession, going 57 yards in five plays. Quarterback Chris Culp weaved through traffic for a 25-yard run and had a pair of completions on the march, including a 22-yarder to Shyheim Kelly for a touchdown. A try for two failed, but it was 6-0 with 9:05 left in the first.

  • Lightning strikes for Warriors against Lions

    A stall in the action seemed to make for a stall in Lewisville's momentum.
    The Lions led Indian Land 6-0 Friday night when lightning suspended the game and sent players off the field. When it resumed, Indian Land rolled off 37 unanswered points to break a 20-game losing streak to Lewisville.

  • Cougars pull away from Cyclones

    For a half, Chester gave York much more than it wanted.
    In the third quarter, though, the Cougars blew open a close game and escaped with a 53-21 victory.
    The Chester defense thwarted York's first scoring chance, forcing a fumble near the goal line. A few plays later, quarterback Tommy Sanders hooked up with speedy receiver Earl Hinton on an 86-yard touchdown pass. The two have made a habit of collaborating on big plays recently. Sanders threw a 75-yard scoring pass to Hinton the previous week against Rock Hill.

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

    The Great Falls Red Devils exploded for three touchdowns in just 35 seconds and rolled to a 46-14 victory over Andrew Jackson on Friday night.
    The scoring started with 9:05 left in the first quarter when Red Devils quarterback Chris Culp hit Shyheim Kelly with a 22-yard touchdown pass. Three plays later, Kelly intercepted a Kolby Whitley pass and returned it 38 yards for a score. On the the ensuing kick-off, Jodarian Jordan basically took the ball away from Andrew Jackson's returned and raced 28 yards for another touchdown.

  • Lady Lion runners take second

    The Lewisville girls cross country team had a second place showing in a recent four-team meet against Chester, AAA Clinton, AAA Lancaster and AA Buford. Individual finishes and team totals are listed below.

    1 Sydney Cauthen           Lancaster             22:42.00    --

  • Lions look to extend streak against Warriors

    The Lewisville Lions aren't giving much thought this week to their long winning streak over Indian Land. Lions coach Will Mitchell said the same might not hold true with the Warriors.
    "I'm sure they'll be fired up about it," Mitchell said.
    Lewisville will look to extend its run of 20-straight wins in the series tonight.

  • Cycs ready to embrace running game

    Chester coach Anthony Sterling says there will be a noticeable difference in how his team does business from this week on.
    The Cyclones face the third-ranked team in AAAA this week when the York Cougars come to town.