High School

  • Parade to honor Cycs coming Saturday

    The community has been clamoring for the past few weeks for a way to properly honor the Class 3A state championship Cyclone football team and now that wish will be granted.

    The Cycs will be honored in true hometown fashion with a parade and rally this Saturday, beginning at noon.

    According to a flyer from Chester High School, the parade will begin at the TruVista Communications office on York Street, then the route takes a left turn onto Hudson Street, a right turn on Gadsden Street and will end with a rally at the top of the hill.

  • Devils win big in Class A showcase

    In every sense, Saturday was a long night for Bethune-Bowman.

  • Chester basketball hoping for championship carryover

    The slow start the Chester boys basketball team got off to this season might actually lead to major success down the road.

  • Another honor for Tunall

    The accolades have already ben plentiful but they are still rolling in for Chester High senior offensive lineman Wyatt Tunall.

  • Lewisville loses two to Lee Central

    A huge night by senior Amber Bass wasn’t quite enough to overcome a sluggish start for the Lewisville Lady Lions.

    Lewisville fell to region opponent Lee Central Friday night by a 62-46 final score. The Lady Lions got in a deep hole early, trailing 16-4 after one and 34-15 at the break. They outscored Lee Central 31-30 in the second half, but that wasn’t enough to get out from underneath the 19-point deficit they faced.

  • Gullish signs with Erskine College

    On the field, he’s done things no other Chester boys soccer player has ever done. In the Chester High gymnasium last week, he did another.

    Jeffrey Gullish has not yet played his senior season for the Cyclones, but has already accumulated 45 goals and 15 assists in his career, which likely makes him the most prolific scorer in program history. It also made him sought-after by college programs.

  • History repeating itself for Tunall

    Wyatt Tunall began his Chester football career as 180-pound freshman offensive lineman playing for a coach returning to his former school to take care of unfinished business. Aside from his weight (he goes 6-foot-6 and 275 pounds now), that scenario will repeat itself when he steps onto a college campus next month.

  • Recruiting fair creates opportunities for local players

    Just three days before they faced Dillon for the AAA state football championship, Chester’s coaching staff poured over numbers and watched game film over-and-over. They weren’t prepping for the lowerstate champion Wildcats, though.

  • Cycs wrestling team gets late start, has promising future

    A good portion of Chester’s wrestling team has been absent for early matches and practices. Those absences were certainly excused, though.

    The recent run to a state championship by the Cyclones football team was overwhelmingly positive for the school and community in every way. With so many athletes at Chester playing multiple sports, though, it did mean a bit of a late start for football players in their winter sports. Dennis Jensen, Chester High’s wrestling coach, said he was more than happy to wait for football players to finish their championship run.

  • Red Devils are going places

    They’ll play in Kentucky and they’ll play on the home floor of the Charlotte Hornets, but where Great Falls really wants to play this season is in Columbia.