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High School

  • Great Falls, Lewisville rivalry heading to Charlotte

    One of South Carolina’s biggest rivalries is coming to one of the biggest stages imaginable.

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 9-18-18

    5A

    1. Dutch Fork (16)

    2. Dorman

    3. Gaffney

    4. Fort Dorchester

    5. T.L. Hanna

    6. Berkeley

    7. Sumter

    8. Hillcrest

    9. Byrnes

    10. Summerville

    Receiving votes: West Florence, Greenwood.

    4A

    1. Hartsville (16)

    2. South Pointe

    3. Myrtle Beach

    4. Greer

    5. North Myrtle Beach

  • Cycs roll to 5-0 with blowout of Bruins

    Ly’Terrence Mills was in on multiple tackles, he blocked a field goal, he recovered a fumble and he returned an interception for a touchdown…and that was just in the second quarter.

    The barrage of big plays by the junior defensive back helped turn a close game into a blowout on Wednesday as Chester rolled past Lancaster 41-20.

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 9-11-18

    5A

    1. Dutch Fork (14)

    2. Dorman

    3. Gaffney

    4. Fort Dorchester

    5. T.L. Hanna

    6. Hillcrest

    7. Berkeley

    8. Sumter

    9. Byrnes

    10. Summerville

    Receiving votes: West Florence.

    4A

    1. Hartsville (14)

    2. South Pointe

    3. Myrtle Beach

    4. Greer

    5. North Myrtle Beach

    6. Belton-Honea Path

  • Hurricane Florence scrambles county sports schedule

    Hurricane Florence has not yet made landfall, but it has already had a huge impact on local sports schedules.

    With some models showing the storm tracking toward South Carolina with a projected landfall of late Thursday or early Friday, the decision was initially made Monday to move Great Falls’ football game at Dixie to Thursday. However, a district-level decision was made Tuesday afternoon to postpone the contest for safety reasons.

  • Lions hang tough but fall to Carolina Pride

    Young football teams sometimes have to learn how to win, which unfortunately means suffering through some losses. That’s where the Lewisville Lions find themselves right now.

    The team, with 17 underclassmen on the field, dropped to 0-4 on Friday night with a 58-41 loss to Carolina Pride. The Lions got behind early, trailed 30-15 at the half, got behind by three scores in the third, yet still made it a one-score game at one point in the fourth quarter.

    “The kids battled. They played very hard,” Mitchell said.

  • Devils fall at Andrew Jackson

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers took a commanding victory over

    Great Falls, 47-2 to remain undefeated on the 2018 season.

    AJ quarterback Chas DeBruhl brought the Vols running game with four of

    eight scoring drives being running plays.

    The Vols tallied 16 points with just over 2 minutes expired in the

    first quarter. The AJ defense blocked a Great Fall punt and recovered

    it in the end zone for a safety. AJ took the lead at 9:39 in the first

    2-0.

  • Big early lead holds up for Cyclones

    Chester Football Coach Victor Floyd was able to assess his team’s performance Friday night in three words.

    “Sloppy, sloppy, sloppy,” he said.

    The slew of turnovers, penalties and other miscues in the second half wasn’t enough to undo a dominant first half as the Cyclones won in one of the longest road games in program history, 26-16 over Columbia High in Decatur, Ga.

  • WEB ONLY: Chester goes for 5-0 tonight against Lancaster

    Both features power running attacks and complimentary passing games. Both may bend here and there on defense but they rarely break and both are 4-0 as a result.

    “In a lot of ways they are very similar to us,” Chester Coach Victor Floyd said of Lancaster.

  • Devils hope to rise to the occasion at A.J.

    A large part of Great Falls’ rise this season has been the ability of players to rise to the occasion.

    “When you’re faced with adversity, you can do something about it or hang your head. These kids have not been hanging their head,” said Red Devils Coach Scotty Steen.

    The next test for the team comes tonight as Great Falls goes to Andrew Jackson, which is off to a 3-0 start. The Volunteers are fresh off a 37-8 road win over Blacksburg and Steen said the 3-0 record has been well earned.