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High School

  • Cyclones advance to upperstate with blowout of Southside

    “We do not lose at home,” Chester Coach Victor Floyd told his team before they took the field Friday night.

    In 2018, the Chester Cyclones haven’t lost anywhere. The team is now 13-0 for the first time in school history and headed to the upperstate championship game after a convincing 48-20 win over Southside Friday night.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cycs blast Southside, go to 13-0, advance to upperstate finals

    “We do not lose at home,” Chester Coach Victor Floyd told his team before they took the field Friday night.

    In 2018, the Chester Cyclones haven’t lost anywhere. The team is now 13-0 for the first time in school history and headed to the upperstate championship game after a convincing 48-20 win over Southside Friday night.

  • Cycs look to continue history making run

    The Chester Cyclones are making some program history this year…but so are the Southside Tigers.

    Chester and Southside will face off tonight in the third round of the Class AAA playoffs. This is completely uncharted territory for the Tigers, as the longtime basketball powerhouse had never advanced passed the second round of the playoffs until last week’s come-from-behind victory over Pendleton. Chester Coach Victor Floyd said the team’s run this year is not a fluke, not a flash-in-the-pan and not the result of playing weak competition.

  • Tunall, Floyd honored as "Palmetto Champions"

    Victor Floyd and Wyatt Tunall are now a part of two outstanding teams.

  • Cycs stay undefeated, roll past Broome

    Chester Coach Victor Floyd said that his team has focused all year on finishing strong and playing four full quarters every week. The Cyclones will get to play at least four more quarters of football this season.

  • Chester County Football's Founding Father

    Editor's note: With the Chester High Football team currently standing at 12-0, many have wondered about when the Cyclones last went undefeated. That hasn't happened in more than 80 years. The man who built Chester into the state's best program in the 1920s and '30s was Lawrence Spearman. The News & Reporter did this story on Spearman's legacy in 2012.

     

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cyclones advance with win over Broome

    Chester Coach Victor Floyd said his team has focused on finishing strong and playing four full quarters every week. The Cyclones will get to play at least four more quarters this season.

  • Cycs go for 12-0 against improving Centurions

    Coaches say it often, but Broome’s case it is true…they are better than their record indicates.

    The Centurions will visit Chester tonight for a second-round playoff game. Broome comes into the contest at 5-6, but is clearly playing its best football of the season. They come in winners in four of their past five games and sprung an upset of second-seeded Woodruff last week 38-35. That in itself shows how far the team has come since a 2-5 start to the year that included a 48-12 loss to that same Woodruff team.

  • Three county teams make basketball preseason rankings

    What really matters is where they end up, but three Chester County teams will be starting the basketball season in the state’s top 10.

  • Chester's undefeated run continues

    Officially, Chester’s playoff game with Liberty on Friday lasted 48 minutes, like any high school football game. In reality, though, Chester ended it in 17 seconds.

    For the third straight year, the Cyclones advanced to the second round of the AAA playoffs, doing so with a 48-0 blowout win over the Liberty Red Devils.