High School

  • Lions and Devils set scrimmage schedules

    Lewisville Football Coach Will Mitchell figures that the best way to prepare his team for a rugged schedule against a lot of larger schools is to compete against a rugged schedule of larger schools.

  • Jamboree slate unveiled

    County rivals Great Falls and Lewisville moved away from playing one another twice a season a few years back, but they are reintroducing the old double-header concept this season…kind of.

     The two teams will face off during the regular season (though it will be as non-region opponents with Lewisville’s move up to AA) but they will also battle on the field during the Chester County Football Jamboree on August 10 at Chester High School.

  • Lewisville Lions conclude 7-on-7 work

    Lewisville’s Demetric Hardin is already well known as one of the best point guards in the state but Lions football Coach Will Mitchell doesn’t think that’s all he’ll end up being known for.

    “He has played really well this summer. He’s got a chance to be pretty special. I think people are going to be surprised,” Mitchell said.

  • "All gas, no brakes" for Great Falls

    His Great Falls basketball line-up this coming year might be small, but Jimmy Duncan’s expectations are not.

    “I’m having shirts printed up for the guys that say ‘All gas, no brakes’ on them. We’re going to look different this year. We are going to try to get a lot of possessions in and play with a lot more tempo. We want to get up-and-down the floor and wear some people out,” Duncan said.

  • A gold Nugget

    The Denver Nuggets showed a lot of faith in Torrey Craig last year. He has returned the favor.

  • Tunall commits to App State

    Wyatt Tunall says he wasn’t always the biggest and strongest offensive lineman on the field. In fact, at one point he wasn’t a lineman at all.

    “When I played flag football I was the quarterback,” the rising Chester High senior said. “I was the only kid who could throw the ball.”

  • Local teams show well in Cyclones 7-on-7 tourney

    They didn’t bring home a trophy, but Chester County’s three high school football teams got a lot of work and quality repetitions during the Cyclones 7-on-7 Tournament on Friday.

  • Sisk and Autry show their stuff in the minors

    Billy Keels isn’t sure if the St. Louis Cardinals organization sees Evan Sisk as a starter or relief pitcher. After his first professional appearance on the mound, they probably see him as a great draft pick.

  • Cycs, Lions and Devils all hit the field today

    Technically, it is Chester High School’s 7-on-7 tournament, but it will have a broad Chester County flavor.

  • SCHSL answers realignment lawsuit

    The South Carolina  High School League is asking a judge to dismiss a realignment-related case brought against it by several member schools.