High School

  • Lions face Shamrocks for homecoming

    Lewisville is facing Eau Claire tonight for homecoming, but that doesn’t mean the Shamrocks are a typical homecoming opponent.

    Eau Claire has gone more than 30 years without a winning record, but Lions Coach Will Mitchell said the arrow seems pointed up for the long-struggling midlands team.

  • Improving Diamond Hornets visit Chester

    Beating Lower Richland doesn’t have quite the same meaning it used to…it now means a lot more.

    “They’re a lot better team this year,” said Chester Coach Victor Floyd.

  • S.C. Prep Media Football Polls for 9-12


    1. Fort Dorchester (13)

    2. Byrnes

    3. Dutch Fork

    4. T.L. Hanna

    5. Conway

    6. Spring Valley

    7. Greenwood

    8. Boiling Springs

    9. Irmo

    10. Sumter

    Receiving votes: Spartanburg, Socastee, Summerville, White Knoll, Gaffney


    1. South Pointe (13)

    2. North Myrtle Beach

    3. Hartsville

    4. North Augusta

  • Defense comes up big, but Devils fall at Ware Shoals

    The defense did more than its part, but a tough night offensively led Great Falls to a 20-6 loss Friday at Ware Shoals.

    The home-standing Purple Hornets got on the board early and did so thanks to a big special teams play. Ware Shoals was able to block a Great Falls punt, which Will Calvert scooped up and returned for a touchdown. A try for two failed, making it 6-0 early on.

  • Huge second half sends Cycs to victory

    For a half, it seemed more like a game of keep away than football.

    “We only had three possessions in the first half,” said Chester Coach Victor Floyd. “We had a three-and-out, an 80-yard score and a blocked field goal. That’s it. They opened up with a drive that was almost eight minutes long and didn’t score.”

    The second half was a different story. The 3-1 Cycs ignited for 36 second-half points on the way to a 43-22 win over Lancaster on Friday night.

  • Lions fly past Wolverines for blowout win

    In the stands Friday, Lewisville students were wearing capes and masks for "Superhero Night." Quentin Sanders didn't dress up like a superhero, but he did play like one.

    Sanders piled up 238 total yards and five touchdowns as the Lions picked up a big win over a scrappy Whitmire team 62-6.

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

    Members of the Lewisville student section all dressed up like their favorite superheroes on Friday night. Quentin Sanders wasn’t wearing a cape, but he still fit the role nicely.

  • Floyd gets different view of Bruins

    Victor Floyd was at a football game last Friday. That isn’t unusual, of course, but where he watched the game from was.

    With his Chester Cyclones having had their game moved up to Wednesday because of the threat of severe weather, Floyd wasn’t on the sidelines as he normally would be. Instead, he was in the stands watching this week’s opponent, Lancaster.

    “It was an opportunity to put eyes on an opponent. That’s a positive because there’s always stuff that doesn’t show up on tape,” Floyd said.

  • Lions look to get back on winning track

    Coach Will Mitchell said his objective isn’t just for his team to pick up a win tonight. In fact, he’s looking for more than just a victory every week.

    “We have to get better every week,” Mitchell said.

  • Devils look for more improvements against Hornets

    Great Falls Coach Scotty Steen said his team has to be ready for anything tonight when it faces Ware Shoals…with a big emphasis on “anything.”

    “It’s hard to say what they run because they run just about everything offensively. You’ll see them in the gun, they’ll go with two tight ends and two flankers. They’ve run about 40 different formations, so when you face them it’s almost like a guessing game,” Steen said.