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Community Sports

  • Wilson back, ready for APW title shot
    Whether or not he returns to being a heavyweight champion Thursday night, Chester's Chad Wilson has already won a major battle by just returning to the ring. Wilson has been a professional wrestler for more than eight years. He grew up watching the sport with his dad and was hooked immediately. He didn't just want to watch wrestling on TV, though, he wanted to be in the ring himself. How serious he was about wrestling was demonstrated by who he looked up to. He wasn't attracted to the biggest names or flashiest performers.
  • Bre Chambers named to all-tournament team
    Bre Zhay Chambers of Chester was recently named to the all-tournament team at the 16U NSA Showcase tournament held in Rock Hill. The tournament featured 16 teams from both North and South Carolina. Chambers, a pitcher and second baseman, plays for the TC Rockets, a travel team out of Fort Mill.
  • The Dirtbags playing at Lewisville this weekend
    Local baseball fans will have a chance to see a bunch of dirtbags this weekend. The Tri-County Dirtbags, a 15 and under travel baseball team will be on the field this weekend for a Diamond Devils tournament. Lewisville High School's field will serve as one of the host sites for the tournament and the Dirtbags, which features players from Chester, Lancaster and York Counties, will play all their games at Lewisville.
  • Disc golf taking flight in Chester
    It started off as a draw for out-of-towners, but the new disc golf course at Chester State Park is starting to attract interest from locals as well.
  • Post 27 not fielding team for second straight year
  • Fore the Kids golf tournament a success
    "Team Waxhaw, with a 15-under 57.2, captured first place in the fourth annual Fore the Kids golf tournament at the Edgewater Golf Club on Friday, May 30. "Team Waxhaw" included the foursome of Dave Godfrey, Jerry Payne, Walter Covington and Ken Costanza."Team Tile Collection" shot a 14-under 58 to place second. "Team Tile Collection" included Matt Creasser, Jesse Miller, Trevor Stock and Rick Tang. Creasser aided his team's win with the long putt award for his 42-footer on No. 18.
  • PT course no "obstacle" for CCSO
    The popular image of a local law enforcement officer is a guy with a protruding stomach, sitting at the donut shop watching the criminals run away from him. Not in Chester County. The only round object law enforcement dealt with recently wasn't a donut, it was a tire, a 150 lb. pound tire. And they flipped it over. Four times.
  • "Battle of the badges" fundraising tournament coming this weekend
    Law enforcement officers will be doing a lot of shooting at the Chester County YMCA Saturday...on the basketball court.
  • Fort Lawn Playhouse has a role to play in community
    There's a place in the Fort Lawn and surrounding community for live theater, and like an actor in a play, the Fort Lawn Community Center is ready to fill that role. And they didn't even have to audition for the part. FLCC Director Libby Sweatt-Lambert said a survey was sent out to everyone in the Fort Lawn zip code previously asking what sorts of activities they'd like to see at the center. A theatrical production of some sort was one of the leading answers, she said.
  • Get ready to tee off at Chester Golf Tournament
    Golfers across the county are working on their golf swings and getting out their sun visors as they get ready for the 18th Annual Chester Rotary Golf Tournament, Thursday, April 17 at the Leroy Springs/Chester Golf Course. According to event organizer Walt Whitman (who has helmed this event for the past 16 years) the event is still accepting corporate sponsorships.