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High School

  • Lions and Vols both gunning for first region win

    The Andrew Jackson High football team has been impacted by key injuries this year. Obviously, Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell can relate.

  • Devils open region slate with visit from the Panthers

    Playing an 0-6 team at home might sound like an easy victory, but how that opponent got to 0-6 has to be considered.

  • Chester hosts top-five matchup with Bulldogs

    Tonight’s Chester-Camden game is not officially for the Region IV-AAA championship and number one playoff seed that comes with it. The stakes, however, are still high.

    “The winner controls their own destiny,” said Chester Coach Victor Floyd.

  • Tunall nominated for "Mr. Football" award

    A good offensive lineman, for the most part, does a lot of hard work that allows others to shine. Chester’s Wyatt Tunall is a good offensive lineman.

  • Cyclones roll to 8-0 with blowout of Keenan

    After his team struggled offensively and racked up more than 130 yards of penalties in a close win over Indian Land the previous week, Chester Coach Victor Floyd wanted to see better execution and more discipline from his team. He got both in a big way.

    The Cyclones offered up a thoroughly dominating performance as they blew out Keenan 54-6. Chester scored on its opening drive quickly, getting a 65-yard touchdown run from Pha’Leak Brown to go up 7-0. The team’s only misstep of the night came on the ensuing kickoff.

  • Hoyle wins football picking contest

    A tie-breaker was needed to determine the winner, but when all was said and done, Brian Hoyle of Chester as emerged as the week’s victor in the News & Reporter’s football picking contest.

    Hoyle actually finished in a five-way tie for first with Johnny McKay, Steve Hall, William Farmer and Bobby Flynn at 14-6. In the tie-breaker, though, which was the total number of points scored in the Boston College-N.C. State game, Hoyle’s guess of 44 was the closest to the actual total of 51. For his efforts, Hoyle wins the weekly $50 prize.

  • Third quarter woes sink Lewisville

    In less than three minutes, Lewisville’s game Friday against Lee Central went from manageable to out-of-reach.

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 10-9-18

    5A

    1. Dutch Fork (15)

    2. Fort Dorchester

    3. T.L. Hanna

    4. Gaffney

    5. Byrnes

    6. Dorman

    7. Sumter

    8. Berkeley

    9. Summerville

    10. Blythewood

     

    4A

    1. Hartsville (15)                 

    2. Greer

    3. South Pointe

    4. Myrtle Beach

    5. Daniel

    6. North Myrtle Beach

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cycs win big, Lions lose

    The Chester Cyclones stretched their record to 8-0 overall and 2-0 in region play Friday night with a 54-6 rout of Keenan.

  • Lions back home, face Stallions tonight

    There is a new opponent on the schedule for Lewisville in Lee Central, but there is a familiar one in the injury bug.

    The Lions (0-6, 0-2) return home tonight for a region contest against the Stallions. As has been the case in Lewisville’s first two region contests, Coach Will Mitchell said his squad will see a big, strong opponent dedicated to the ground game.

    “They are hard-nosed. A downhill running team that is very physical and athletic,” he said.