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High School

  • Red Devils fall to Panthers

    The Great Falls Red Devils ended their scoreless streak on Friday, but unfortunately not their losing streak.

    Great Falls fell to McBee 42-6. The loss dropped the Red Devils to 0-7 overall and 0-2 in region place. Even with the loss, Great Falls’ playoff hopes have not been completely extinguished. To advance to the post-season, the Red Devils must win their final two games (against Lamar this coming Friday and Lewisville in the season finale). Timmonsville could also help the Devils by upsetting Lewisville this week.

    Lamar comes to Great Falls on Friday.

  • Chester moves to 8-1, sets up region title showdown

    It says a lot about how far the program has come that Chester Coach Victor Floyd believes his team had its worst half of offensive football of the year Friday night…and they won by three touchdowns.

    Chester built up a big early lead and came out of Camden with a 35-14 victory to remain unbeaten in region play.

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 10-17

    Chester remained fifth in AAA while Lewisville stayed put at fourth place in Class A in the latest S.C. Prep Media Football Polls. Polls for all classes are listed below.

     

    5A

    1. Fort Dorchester (14)

    2. T.L. Hanna 

    3. Dutch Fork

    4. Spring Valley

    5. Byrnes

    6. Sumter

    7. Conway

    8. Summerville

    9. Dorman

    10. Spartanburg

    Receiving votes: Greenwood, Hillcrest.

    4A

    1. South Pointe (14)

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cycs win eighth straight

    The Chester Cyclones won their eighth-straight game Friday night with a 35-14 victory over Camden.

    Chester actually trailed early, as Camden went 77 yards on their opening drive for a touchdown. The Cyclones answered quickly, though, answering with an eight-play, 74 yard scoring drive of their own. Stan Mills capped it off with a nine-yard touchdown run to tie the score at 7-7.

  • Playoffs start now for Devils, Panthers

    Great Falls and McBee both come into their match-up tonight winless, but that doesn’t mean that both don’t still have a lot to play for.

  • Cycs look to stay perfect in region

    Chester’s game next week against Fairfield Central will be a big one…but how big depends on what the Cyclones do this week.

    Chester will look to stretch its winning streak to eight games tonight with a road trip to Camden. The Bulldogs come in with a record of 1-6, but that mark is a little bit deceiving with the team having played a brutal schedule so far against a host of ranked teams.

    “They’re better than that shows. They have some good personnel,” said Chester Coach Victor Floyd.

  • Prep Media Polls for 10-10

    5A

    1. Fort Dorchester (14)

    2. T.L. Hanna

    3. Dutch Fork

    4. Spring Valley

    5. Byrnes

    6. Spartanburg

    7. Sumter

    8. Conway

    9. Greenwood

    10. Summerville

    Receiving votes: Dorman.

    4A

    1. South Pointe (14)

    2. North Myrtle Beach

    3. Hartsville

    4. North Augusta

    5. South Aiken

  • Cycs go for seventh straight win

    For most people at Chester High School tonight, the focus will be on grills, friends and dresses. For the football team, however, it will be squarely on the Columbia Capitals.

    Tonight is homecoming at Chester, an event that brings a big crowd of revelers every year. The Cyclones themselves will be more concerned with winning their seventh straight game, moving to 2-0 in region play and all but locking up a playoff slot than what’s going on in the stands or parking lot.

  • Devils play for now and later

    Great Falls is trying to win now, but is also laying the groundwork for the future.

  • Stakes are high as Lions battle Silver Foxes

    It's the number one team in 1A against number three. It's a region contest, with the winner likely having the inside track on a region championship, a number one playoff seed and home field advantage in the playoffs. Aside from that, there's very little riding on tonight's matchup between Lewisville and Lamar.