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High School

  • 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.

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 10-16-18

    5A

    1. Dutch Fork (13)

    2. Fort Dorchester

    3. T.L. Hanna

    4. Gaffney

    5. Dorman

    6. Sumter

    7. Berkeley

    8. Byrnes

    9. Summerville

    10. River Bluff

    Receiving votes: West Florence, Carolina Forest, Boiling Springs.

    4A

    1. Hartsville (9)

    2. Greer (3)

    3. South Pointe

    4. Myrtle Beach (1)

    5. Daniel

  • Devils fall to Panthers

    In the second and third quarters, things went Wright for the McBee Panthers in a 36-0 win over Great Falls.

    In the region opener for both teams, the score was knotted at 0-0 through one, but things turned in the second quarter. McBee got on the board with a 14-yard pass from Braddy Boyle to Tyrece Wright. Omar Gallardo added the PAT to give his team a 7-0 advantage.

  • Vols pull away from Lions late

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers wrapped up their final

    regular-season home game with an impressive 41-6 win over Region IV-AA

    newcomer Lewisville High School on Friday night.

    The Lions, with the loss, dipped to 0-8 for the season.

    AJ, ending a three-game skid, improved to 5-3, 1-3 in region play.

    The Vols’ rushing game was in full swing, outgaining Lewisville by

    over 300 yards. The Lions were slightly better than the Vols on

    passing. Overall, the Vols had 452 yards total offense, 279 rushing

  • Cyclones beat Camden in OT, move to 9-0

    They gave up a late lead, they had 100 yards in penalties, they went to overtime…and they still got to 9-0.

    It wasn’t easy, but the third-ranked Chester Cyclones emerged with a 21-19 victory Friday night to stay unbeaten and earn the inside track to a region championship.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cycs go to 9-0, Devils and Lions fall

    They gave up a late lead, they had more than 100 yards in penalties, but they are also 9-0.

    Chester remained undefeated Friday night with a 21-19 overtime victory over Camden. The Cyclones got on the board on the board on the game’s opening possession and did so in just five plays. Pha’Leak Brown capped the drive with a tackle-breaking 52-yard run off an option pitch from Zan Dunham to go ahead 7-0.