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High School

  • Lewisville soccer: Region champs again

    Once again, the Lewisville boys soccer team has clinched a region championship, earned a playoff spot and gone undefeated in Region III-A. Those feats were all assured before the season started.

  • Few tickets remain for Lewisville HOF banquet

    Some tickets still remain for the second annual Lewisville High Athletic Hall of Fame banquet.

  • Lewisville Lions ready for stretch run

     

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    Suffice it to say the Lewisville Lions look ready for the stretch run.

    On Monday, Lewisville knocked off AA North Central 8-2. Drew Colvin had a dominating outing on the mound, striking out 10 while giving up just four hits and no walks. Drew Stewart and Cody Montgomery both executed hit-and-runs and Denver Mosley and Trey Keels both hit doubles.

  • Lions start Wheels Tournament 1-1

    The future of the College of Charleston pitching staff is apparently pretty bright.
    On Wednesday, Fort Mill was able to hang on for a 3-1 win over Lewisville in the Wheels Baseball Tournament. The game featured a superb pitching duel between the Lions' Evan Sisk and Clay Helvey of the Yellow Jackets, a pair of seniors who have both signed with the College of Charleston.

  • Red Devils rolling at the beach

    After a slow start, the Great Falls baseball team has been on a roll at the beach.
    The Red Devils are 2-1 in spring break play, with a pair of impressive wins over bigger schools. The team's trip actually got off to a slow start Monday with a 7-0 loss to Pee Dee Academy.
    "We couldn't hit the ball or find the strike zone. We also didn't act like we even wanted to be there," said coach Josh Heffner.

  • Win streak ends for Cyclones in Clinton

    For the fourth time in five games, the Chester pitching allowed less than two hits in a game on Tuesday. For the first time during that stretch, though, it wasn't enough to earn a win.
    The Cyclones dropped a 3-2 decision to Clinton. For the time being, that result puts the Red Devils in first place in Region III-AAA.

  • Ding, ding, ding

    Chester's Trent Autry says he's been seeing the baseball well at the plate lately. They get a little harder to see once he blasts them over the fence, though.
    Autry had a huge night Monday, ripping three home runs and driving in six as the Cyclones took out Spartanburg Christian Academy 13-3 in six innings.

  • Lady Cyclones lose extra-inning thriller

    The Chester softball team left everything it had on the field Tuesday night. Unfortunately, the team also left a lot runners on base.
    The Lady Cyclones outplayed the defending state champion Union County Lady Jackets from start to finish. The big difference was the inability to get a big hit with runners on base, but coach Douglas Josey said "some little things" also played a part as Chester fell by a 2-1 score in eight innings.

  • Cyclones win big again

    The Union County Yellow Jackets had a little better luck against Chester on Tuesday that Lancaster had on Friday...they got a hit.
    For the second straight game, the Cyclones baseball team absolutely routed its competition, scoring its second-straight 12-0, five-inning victory.

  • Chester soccer winning now, building for later

    The new coaching staff for the Chester boys soccer team is laying the foundation for success in the future, but that doesn't mean they aren't having some success now, too.
    The Cyclones are 3-4 so far this season and have won three of their past four contests. The three wins is one more than the team had last year and the losses have been competitive, including a tough 1-0 defeat to Broome on Tuesday.