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College

  • County graduates continue to excel

    A number of Chester County products are continuing to put up good numbers at the college level this season.

  • Lynn will participate in all-star game

    At least one Chester County native is slated to be on the field for the state's first college all-star game.

  • County players on all-star watch list

    South Carolina's first college all-star game could have have a decidedly Chester County flavor.

  • County grads lighting it up

    A number of Chester County basketball products continue to light it up on the college hardwood.

  • County graduates continue solid college seasons

    On the heels of scoring a career-high 31 points to lead USC-Upstate to an 88-77 victory over UTSA, junior forward Torrey Craig has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week as announced by the league office Tuesday afternoon.
    The weekly honor marks the sixth time Craig has earned an A-Sun weekly award. He was named the Newcomer of the Week twice during his Freshman of the Year campaign, Player of the Week three times as a sophomore during his Player of the Year season and now earns the first weekly award of his junior year.

  • Sanders' season ends, Turner moves on

    One Chester High graduate saw his season extended while another had his collegiate career come to an end on Saturday.

  • Great Falls great nominated for HOF

    The late James Banks McFadden, a Great Falls native, is enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame, but isn't in the South Carolina College Football Hall of Fame. That's only because there isn't one, not yet anyway.
    McFadden, who earned All-American honors in two sports, is a nominee for the inaugural class of the state hall.
    McFadden is one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the state, but there may never have been a more apt honor  than the national “Most Versatile Athlete” award he received in 1939.

  • Chester County grads begin college basketball season

    The college basketball season has begun and a number of Chester County products are making big impacts on their respective teams.
    Torrey Craig, a 2010 graduate of Great Falls, is off to another great start for USC-Upstate. Craig, the reigning A-Sun Player of the Year, is averaging 17.2 points, 5.5 rebounds and one steal a contest for the Spartans. The team is off to a 2-4 start.

  • Torrey Craig nets another honor

    On the heels of a 25-point victory by the USC Upstate men's basketball team to cap a three-game stint on the west coast, Torrey Craig was named to the 2012 Edward Jones CBE Classic Hall of Fame Classic All-Tournament team.
    The junior averaged 16.7 points per game for the Thanksgiving week classic to lead the Spartans at the CBE Hall of Fame Classic hosted at the Leavey Center by Santa Clara University.

  • Sanders and Turner help teams into playoffs

    For the first time in a long time, Troy Sanders and C.J. Turner won't spend a Saturday on the football field. That doesn't mean their seasons are over, though.
    Sanders is a senior at Appalachian State and Turner is a senior at Wofford. Their respective teams not only earned spots in the FCS playoffs, they received first round byes.