High School

  • County trio set for all-star action

    The high school baseball season officially ended a few weeks ago, but a trio of Chester County players still have a few games to go.

  • Lions hit field for first 7-on-7

    The Lewisville Lions got a little preview of the coming season on Tuesday.
    After giving his team a week off after graduation, Lewisville coach Will Mitchell has his team back at it this week. The Lions spent part of Tuesday at North Central High School for a 7-on-7 session. Lewisville recently dropped Carolina Pride from its 2015 schedule and added a contest with North Central. Mitchell said his squad wasn't at full strength (he's missing a few players for medical reasons and some others are at boys state) but that he liked what he saw.

  • Devils complete strong spring

    Great Falls competes in Class A, the state's smallest athletic classification, but sometimes Red Devils football coach Kenneth Schofield says numbers are so small that his team is "very Class A." This year, Great Falls might be classified as "very, very Class A."

  • Ross raises the bar

    In every sense of the term, Ty Ross raised the bar.

  • Enrollment numbers drop for county high schools

    The years-long trend of shrinking enrollment at Chester County's three high schools has continued.

  • Autry is waiting on the call

    Trent Autry has been receiving some phone calls from some Major League Baseball teams. Next week he'll be waiting on THE call.
    After posting jaw-dropping numbers on the mound and at the plate this year, Autry, a recent Chester High graduate, has hopes of being taken in next week's draft. He's heard from the Kansas City Royals and Washington Nationals, but two teams have checked in more often.
"I've gotten calls from the Braves and the A's recently. The Braves wanted to check on my arm and the A's wanted to see me play one more time," Autry.

  • Chester High honors spring athletes

    On May 28, Chester High held its spring sports ceremony.  There were 13 SCHSL scholar athlete awards and 98 academic awards given to Cyclone student-athletes.  The boys golf team had a team GPA of 3.84. All spring sports teams combined GPA was a 3.07.

    Most Outstanding-Trent Autry
    Rookie of the Year-Luke Blanchett
    Coaches Award-Jake Wright and Tyler Jordan
    Hustle Award-Pacey Church
    Most Improved-Josh Alley
    JV Award-Dez Kelly

    Most Valuable-Elise Carter

  • Lewisville hands out spring athletic awards

    Lewisville High School honored its spring athletes with a series of banquets over the past two weeks. Award winners are listed below.

    Varsity Girls soccer:
    Total Commitment: Makayla Rufo
    Defensive MVP: Brantley Therrell
    Most Improved: Marianna Crank
    Offensive MVP: Maggie Gaston
    Coaches Award: Sydney Laws
    JV Girls Soccer:
    Most Improved: Skyler White
    Defensive Award: Aerial Brown
    Varsity Boys Soccer:
    MVP – Ben Catoe

  • Lions wrap up a productive spring

    His team wasn't at full strength but Will Mitchell's Lewisville Lions were a full go during the recently completed spring practice season.
    Mitchell said the spring was "pretty good" despite some missing players. A number of his football players (including all but one of his quarterbacks) was playing on the state runner-up baseball team until this past Friday. On top of that, Mitchell has some new coaches on board and is still rounding out his staff, which necessitated a bit of a change in the way practices were conducted.

  • Fans catch the fever at Fan Fest

    Cyclone fans caught the fever Friday night, the fan fever and with the playing of the 7-on-7 Red and White spring game, they particularly had a chance to catch football fever.