• South Carolina College All-Star Bowl has Great Falls flavor

    It's called the South Carolina College All-Star Bowl, but it's going to look an awful lot like a Great Falls homecoming.

  • Chester graduates are honored

    West Texas A&M senior forward Donald Sims was named the Lone Star Conference Defensive Player of the Week announced  by the league's offices in Richardson, Texas.
    Sims continued to lead the Buffs this past week as the team claimed the 7th seed in the LSC Championships with wins against Texas A&M-Commerce and Tarleton State. Sims registered his 13th double-double of the season on Wednesday night at Commerce before dropping in 12 points with six rebounds on Senior Night in Canyon in a 58-55 win over Tarleton State.

  • More honors for Craig and Sims

    The Lone Star Conference announced their 2013 post-season men's basketball awards on Tuesday night at the LSC Awards Banquet to open up the LSC Championships at the Allen Event Center in Allen, Texas.

  • Lynn and Culp earn all-star slots

    Two former Chester County stand-outs will be on the field later this month for the inaugural South Carolina All-Star Bowl.

  • County athletes off to great college starts

    A number of Chester County products are already showing their stuff on the college diamond this season.

  • Craig named Player of the Year

    For the second consecutive season, Torrey Craig received the highest honor in the league from College Sports Madness when he was named the A-Sun Player of the Year as announced by the website Monday morning.
    Craig ended the regular season as the top scorer in the league for the second straight season, averaging 17.2 points per contest to lead the Spartans to the No. 5 seed in the upcoming 2013 General Shale Atlantic Sun Conference Basketball Championship, set to commence this week on the campus of Mercer University.

  • McNeal's playing career likely over

    The football playing career of former Chester High School stand-out Tony McNeal appears to be over.
    In a teleconference earlier this week, Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney said that McNeal, a sophomore, would no longer be suiting up for the Tigers for medical reasons, but would stay at the school and with the team as a student assistant.

  • Bumgardner earns weekly honor

    After receiving all the preseason hype, Gaither Bumgardner backed it up opening weekend with a .600 batting average to earn A-Sun Player of the Week honors by College Sports Madness.
    The defending A-Sun Player of the Year made a statement in his first game of the 2013 season, going 5-for-5 against Niagara with three runs batted in and five runs scored. The perfect afternoon marked the second 5-for-5 performance in Bumgardner's career after connecting on five hits in as many trips last season at Georgia State.

  • Sanders is SWAC Co-Player of the Week

    The Southwestern Athletic Conference has announced Alabama A&M University forward, Jasmine Sanders, and Texas Southern University guard, Te'era Williams, as SWAC Women's Basketball Co-Players of the Week.
    Both received their first weekly accolades on the season.
    Sanders, a junior, averaged 22 points and eight rebounds per game to help AAMU split conference play last week. She shot 65.2 percent from the field while hitting 50 percent from the arc.

  • Sims earns conference honor

    West Texas A&M senior forward Donald Sims was named the Lone Star Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday afternoon, the league's offices in Richardson, Texas announced.
    Sims has continued to lead the Buffs as the senior averaged 13.0 points per game to go along with an impressive 11.5 boards per contest as West Texas A&M went 1-1 during the LSC's Rivalry Week against Eastern New Mexico. The senior forward registered a double-double in both contests.