High School

  • Cyclones go for 8-0 at Keenan

    More points and fewer flags.

  • Devils run (and throw) past Camden Military

    There’s something in the air in Great Falls. For the past two weeks it has been footballs.

  • Lions fall at Buford

    Buford High School senior running back Tyheim Miller and BHS Yellow Jackets had a big night Friday night, drumming the visiting Lewisville Lions, 62-30.

    The Jackets’ 32-point win put BHS at 3-3 overall, 3-0 in region play with their third straight win.

    Miller, in a stellar showing, ignited for 258 explosive yards from scrimmage and scored four touchdowns on runs of 33, 30, 61, and 60 yards in the Jackets’ rout of the winless Lions, 0-6.

  • Chester overcomes penalties for win over Warriors

    In a game that had almost as many flags as points scored, the Chester Cyclones managed to get to 7-0 Friday night with a 12-9 win over Indian Land.

    The flags started early. Buoyed by a nice opening kick return and a 15-yard flag against the Cyclones, Indian Land managed to drive inside the Chester 20 on the opening drive of the night. The march stalled out at the 11, though, and Brandon Dickerson came on to convert a 28-yard field goal to give his team a 3-0 lead.

  • S.C. Prep Media Polls for 10-2-18


    1. Dutch Fork (14)

    2. Dorman

    3. Fort Dorchester

    4. T.L. Hanna

    5. Byrnes

    6. Berkeley

    7. Sumter

    8. Gaffney

    9. Summerville

    10. River Bluff



    1. Hartsville (14)

    2. South Pointe

    3. Greer

    4. Myrtle Beach

    5. North Myrtle Beach

    6. Daniel

    7. Marlboro County

    8. Westwood

    9. Wren

    10. Walhalla


  • FRIDAY NIGHT FINAL: Cycs and Devils win, Lions fall

    In a game that had almost as many flags as points, the Chester Cyclones managed to get to 7-0 with a 12-9 win over Indian Land.

    Indian Land, aided by a 15-yard penalty, managed to convert on a 28-yard field goal attempt on the first drive by the Warriors for a 3-0 lead. Chester scored on its first possession in two plays. Zan Dunham went 60 yards on a quarterback keeper on the first play, then Pha’Leak Brown took it in from five yards out. The PAT was no good, but the Cyclones led 6-3.

  • Tickets on sale for Lewisville-Great Falls game in Charlotte

    For one day, the Lewisville Lions will get to call the Spectrum Center home.

  • Lady Lions blazing new path in AA

    The Lewisville volleyball team will not be able to defend its Class A championship from last year. What Lewisville can do is win its first-ever AA title.

  • Red Devils celebrate homecoming, host Spartans

    Great Falls will be celebrating homecoming tonight and will be doing so against Camden Military, a program that has struggled in most recent years, particularly against SCHSL competition. This isn’t most years, though.

    Camden Military comes into tonight’s game with a record of 3-0. That includes wins over the SC Titans (30-0) and Hickory Grove Christian (22-8), but also a 30-28 victory over Ware Shoals. Great Falls needed five overtimes last Friday to beat that same Ware Shoals team.

  • Lions look for first win at Buford

    Lewisville lost a game last week, but unfortunately they also lost another handful of players to injury.

    The short-handed Lions will be on the road for the second straight week tonight to face Buford. The Yellow Jackets are 2-3, but Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell said that mark is a little misleading.

    “They have a lot of guys back from last year and are expecting a big year. I think they had some injuries early and lost a couple. They’ve gotten healthy again now and they’ve won two straight,” he said.