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Today's Sports

  • Showcase scrimmage offers final...

    Chester coach Victor Floyd plans to treat Friday’s Chester County Showcase Scrimmage exactly like what it is…a scrimmage.

  • Chester County Showcase...
  • Cyclones show well against Ridge...

    The Chester Cyclones played well in their first scrimmage of the year Friday against AAAA power Ridge View. “Well” isn’t exactly what Coach Victor Floyd is looking for, however.

    “If we play well, I want us to play great. If we play good, I want us to play great. If we play terrible, I want us to play great,” he said.

  • Lions get a lot out of first...

    It was called a scrimmage, but Lewisville Coach Will Mitchell really looked at his team’s Thursday night encounter with Catawba Ridge as a practice.

    “”Because of our numbers, we don’t get to practice 11 on 11. This was our first time really getting to line up and do that. It was good for us,” Mitchell said.

    Officially, the Lions fell to the Copperheads 16-7. There were some highlights and some things that Mitchell wants to see his team clean up a bit.

  • Defense shines for Devils...

    For Great Falls, the best part about facing off with another team Friday morning was facing off with another team.

    “This is the first time we’ve gone against somebody that’s not us. We don’t know these guys. That’s new,” said coach Tom Butler.

  • Lions want to play like they...

    If you play the way you practice, good things appear to be in store for the Lewisville Lions.

    “Saturday we had one of the best practices we’ve had in my time here,” said Lions coach Will Mitchell.

    Things operated crisply and players got a lot of individual instruction that day. The latter of those two will be the norm as the Lions have a coaching staff of 10 this year, roughly one coach for every three players.

  • Enthusiastic Red Devils hit the...

    Tom Butler liked what he saw on the field during practice Monday. He liked what he saw on the field after practice even more.

    “They are playing. They are having fun. They just wrapped up a two hour and 15 minute practice and they’re still out here,” Butler said, as players continued to pitch and catch on the field.

  • Craig named to USA Men's...

    Saturday, the 28-year-old Denver Nuggets forward was announced as a late addition to the USA Men’s Select Team, replacing the Los Angeles Clippers’ Landry Shamet on the roster. The Great Falls native will now head to Las Vegas to take part in training camp with the USA Men’s Select Team from Aug. 5-8. He will have a chance to take part of the team’s USA Blue-USA White exhibition game on Aug. 9 at T-Mobile Arena. 

  • Chester ready for an encore

    The theme for this year's Chester High football season is "The Encore," indicative of the fact that the Cyclones are trying to follow up on and repeat last year's 15-0, state championship season. Given that success, it should come as no surprise that Coach Victor Floyd isn't making a whole lot of changes in how things are done.

    "If you watched this team workout, you wouldn't see any difference between them and last year's team. It's about the same," Floyd said.

  • Summer was good to the...

    It’s a dead period right now for high school football programs, but things will come to life on Friday.

    Lewisville is enjoying its final real break before practice begins on Friday. With summer work in the rearview mirror, Lions Coach Will Mitchell said the past two months have been very productive for his team.

    “It was a very productive summer for us,” he said. “We feel very good about it.”