High School

  • Devils fall to top-ranked Silver Foxes

    On Friday night, Lamar showed that it was worthy of its number one state ranking.

    The Silver Foxes jumped out to a big early lead and rolled to a 53-0 victory over Great Falls. Lamar got on the board first, with Malik Johnson scoring on a 25-yard run on the team’s firs possession to make it 7-0. Pat Anderson finished off Lamar’s next drive with a three-yard touchdown run and Johnson punched another one in to make it 21-0 after one.

  • Knights roll past Lions

    Lewisville has made a habit recently of hanging around and staying in games for a half or three quarters. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen as they faced a very improved North Central team Friday.

    “That one got away from us early,” said Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell.

  • Devils face Whirlwinds with playoffs on the line

    Great Falls moved its football game this week to avoid bad weather and thunderstorms in the forecast for Friday. They’ll still have to contend with some Whirlwinds on Thursday.

  • Lions wrap up season Thursday vs. Rams

    They don’t have a chance at a post-season slot, but they do have a chance to go out on a high note.

    The Lewisville Lions football team will conclude its season on Thursday with a home game against Chesterfield. The Rams have been a bit up-and-down this year but are coming in off their best offensive performance of the year in a 55-26 victory over Carolina Pride.

    “They ran the ball for over 400 yards,” said Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell. “Everybody they have ran for big yardage.”

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 10-23-18

    Class 5A

    1. Dutch Fork (14)

    2. Fort Dorchester

    3. TL Hanna

    4. Gaffney

    5. Dorman

    6. Sumter

    7. Berkeley

    8. Byrnes

    9. Summerville

    10. River Bluff

    Also receiving votes: West Florence, Rock Hill, Blythewood


    Class 4A

    1. Hartsville (10)

    2. Greer (3)

    3. Myrtle Beach (1)

    4. South Pointe

  • Cyclones break through

    After their game Friday night had concluded, a pair of Chester football picked up a Gatorade bucket and tried to douse Coach Victor Floyd with it. He blocked the bucket just long enough to get out of the way, though. It was one of the few times all night the Cyclones missed their mark.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL UPDATE:WITH VIDEO: Chester finishes off perfect regular season

    Chester had a turnover at the one yard line going in, gave up a kickoff return for a touchdown on the final play of the first half, lost their its starting quarterback to injury in the first half and yielded an 80-yard punt return that set up a scores Friday night. It was the same old scenario against Fairfield Central…except for the outcome.

    “This team is different,” said Chester Coach Victor Floyd. “They’ve got some grit. It’s  a tribute to the character of these young men and how hard they’ve worked.”

  • Lewisville Lions face improved Knights for homecoming

    It is homecoming tonight for the Lewisville Lions but they will not be facing a typical homecoming opponent.

    Lewisville will be playing host to North Central a program that has not finished over .500 in more than 15 years. This is a different Knights team, however. Second-year coach (and NFL alum) Tyronne Drakeford has his team playing very well. They are guaranteed of finishing with a winning record (6-2) and have won four straight. The team's only losses came to Class A powerhouse Lamar and a ranked AAA squad in Camden.

  • Devils hit the road, face top-ranked Silver Foxes tonight

    It can be looked at as a big challenge or a big opportunity.

  • Cycs go for 10-0 tonight at Fairfield Central

    Chester Coach Victor Floyd says there is a little something riding on his team’s game tonight at Fairfield Central.

    “A region championship, a long losing streak, a perfect regular season, community pride…all that,” he said.