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College

  • Belk commits to South Carolina

    Josh Belk likely will play in Clemson’s Death Valley during his career, but it will be as a visitor.

    Belk, the Lewisville High grad who enrolled in Clemson in January but requested and was granted an unconditional release from his football scholarship last month, announced Saturday that he had committed to the University of South Carolina.

  • Christian Cok sets school record

    Billy Keels has always been impressed that Christian Cok was able to go so far from home to play a college sport and managed to “stick it out.” He managed to stand out too.

    Cok is a senior baseball player at Randolph Macon College in Virginia. The Yellow Jackets have enjoyed a great deal of success during Cok’s four seasons and his college career culminated on the biggest stage imaginable, the Division III World Series in Wisconsin.

  • Sisk named semifinalist for national award

    His team’s season is over, but the accolades keep coming for Evan Sisk.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Belk sets visits to S.C., Georgia

    He’s already graduated from high school and spent time on a college campus, but Josh Belk is being heavily recruited.

    Belk, the Lewisville High graduate and Army All-American who received an unconditional release from his Clemson football scholarship last week, announced Tuesday through attorney Everett Stubbs that he would visit the University of South Carolina on Wednesday and would head to Athens, Ga. to visit the University of Georgia on Thursday.

  • Sisk shuts down Gamecocks

    “Big E” made a mighty big statement.

  • Marshall's big week

    Deja Marshall recorded 80 steals this past season. Francis Marion University recorded one big one earlier this week.

  • Josey commits to Belmont Abbey

    You can’t spell “Belmont Abbey” without a “B.”

    Elizabeth “B” Josey, the former Chester High School standout who has spent the past two seasons at Spartanburg Methodist College announced via social media this week that she had committed to Belmont Abbey for her two final years of eligibility.

    “”Happy to announce that I’ve committed to Belmont Abbey to continue my education and softball career,” she said. “God has blessed me beyond measure. Go Crusaders!”

  • Locals continue solid seasons at college level

    A number of players that starred on the baseball and softball fields of Chester County are continuing to shine at the college level.

  • Wright at home

    According to Lewisville Coach Billy Keels, anyone who says that nice guys finish last has obviously never met Jake Wright.

    Wright, the former Chester High School baseball standout who is now playing at Seminole State Junior College in Florida, announced via Twitter last week that he has committed to play baseball at Coastal Carolina University.

  • Sisk wins again, shuts down William and Mary

    The College of Charleston baseball team is on a hot streak, having won four games in a row. Not coincidentally, so has pitcher Evan Sisk.