en Devils win big in Class A showcase <p> In every sense, Saturday was a long night for Bethune-Bowman.</p> Chester basketball hoping for championship carryover <p> The slow start the Chester boys basketball team got off to this season might actually lead to major success down the road.</p> Parade to honor Cycs coming Saturday <p> The community has been clamoring for the past few weeks for a way to properly honor the Class 3A state championship Cyclone football team and now that wish will be granted.</p> <p> The Cycs will be honored in true hometown fashion with a parade and rally this Saturday, beginning at noon.</p> <p> According to a flyer from Chester High School, the parade will begin at the TruVista Communications office on York Street, then the route takes a left turn onto Hudson Street, a right turn on Gadsden Street and will end with a rally at the top of the hill.</p> Roll Ti...gers <p> On Tuesday, fans and superfans of Clemson celebrated the Tigers&rsquo; national championship win over Alabama.</p> <p> At the S.C. Statehouse on the first day of the legislative session, Dist. 43 S.C. Rep. Randy Ligon sported a South Carolina flag and Clemson orange tie.</p> "It will always come back to you" <img src="" alt="James Peay didn&#039;t play a snap of varsity football at Chester High, but did play four years of college football." title="James Peay didn&#039;t play a snap of varsity football at Chester High, but did play four years of college football." align="left" hspace="6" /><p> James Peay&rsquo;s football-playing career may or may not have ended last month on a high school field in South Carolina. Amazingly, his career didn&rsquo;t really start on a high school field in South Carolina.</p> Belk plays well in team's bowl loss <p> It wasn&rsquo;t a good day for the Gamecocks, but Saturday was a good day for Josh Belk.</p> <p> Belk, a defensive tackle, just completed his freshman season at the University of South Carolina. The Gamecocks posted a 7-5 record in the regular season and earned a bid to play this past weekend in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte against the Virginia Cavaliers. The team lost 28-0, marking its first shutout loss in 12 years, but Belk was in on a season-high three tackles, including one solo stop.</p> Another honor for Tunall <p> The accolades have already ben plentiful but they are still rolling in for Chester High senior offensive lineman Wyatt Tunall.</p> History repeating itself for Tunall <p> Wyatt Tunall began his Chester football career as 180-pound freshman offensive lineman playing for a coach returning to his former school to take care of unfinished business. Aside from his weight (he goes 6-foot-6 and 275 pounds now), that scenario will repeat itself when he steps onto a college campus next month.</p>