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College

  • Lynn earns another honor

    The college football season has been over for more than a month, but the honors are still rolling in for Great Falls High product Josh Lynn.
    Lynn was awarded the "Best Defensive Lineman" Award at Furman University's annual football awards banquet. The junior defensive end had 49 tackles, 10.5 tackles-for-loss, five sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery this past season. Furman improved to 6-5 overall, 5-3 in Southern Conference action, this year under first-year head coach Bruce Fowler.

  • Craig again honored as conference Player of the Week

    After solid outings against both Belmont and Lipscomb, USC Upstate forward Torrey Craig has been named the Atlantic Sun's Player of the Week, the conference office in Macon, Ga., announced this week.
    The Spartans (12-9, 6-3) are the first team to pick up back-to-back wins against Belmont and Lipscomb since Jacksonville accomplished the feat during the 2009-10 season.

  • Gaither Bumgardner makes pre-season all-conference list

    USC Upstate junior Gaither Bumgardner has been named a Preseason All-Atlantic Sun Second-Team infield selection by College Sports Madness.
    Bumgardner, who appeared in 42 games a season ago, finished second on the team with a .371 batting average.  He finished his sophomore campaign with 59 hits, 30 runs, 28 RBI and 14 free passes (11 walks, 3 hit-by-pitch).

  • Chester grads putting up big numbers

    Donald Sims and Jasmine Sanders may be far from home, but the two are still doing Chester proud.
    Both of the Chester High graduates are putting together terrific season at the college level; Sims at West Texas A&M and Sanders at Alabama A&M.

  • Craig named Player of the Week

    Former Great Falls Red Devil and current USC-Upstate Spartan Torrey Craig has been named the Atlantic Sun's Player of the Week, the conference office in Macon, Ga., announced yesterday.
    Craig's A-Sun Player of the Week honor is the first of the season for the reigning A-Sun Freshman of the Year.

  • Former Cyclones involved in bowl game action

    A pair of former Chester High stand-outs wrapped up their college seasons this week with appearances in nationally televised bowl games.

  • Craig and Sims have big nights

    A pair of Chester County products produced two of their best individual efforts of the season on the college hardwood this week.

  • Canty earns another all-star game invite

    Great Falls native Jarvis Canty has been selected to participate in another college all-star game.
    Canty, a 6-foot-7, 335 pound lineman recently completed his senior season at Morehouse College. Canty was named the SIAC Offensive Lineman of the Week for his play in Morehouse's season-opening 47-9 win over Miles. His solid play continued throughout the season, as did the success for Morehouse, which made it to the Division II playoffs for the first time this past season.

  • Sims, Craig and Sanders leading teams to great starts

    Three Chester County products have been lighting it up lately for their respective college basketball teams.

  • Craig earns November All-Conference honors

    After a stellar start to his sophomore campaign, Great Falls High graduate Torrey Craig has been named to the CollegeHoops.net All-Atlantic Sun Conference team for the month of November.
    Craig helped the Spartans post a 5-2 mark in November as he averaged 14.3 points and 7.3 rebounds per contest.  After scoring just four points in the opener at Arkansas (11/11), Craig has reached double figures in seven consecutive contests, including 20 points in last night's victory over Jacksonville State (12/1).