Chester-State Champs 2010

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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby eaglethatneverplayedbutknows » Thu Oct 07, 2010 12:01 pm

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You think you should have won the Central game? If I am not mistaken, the Cycs were up 28-18 at the start of the second half. What happenend? I will tell you- Central stopped that unstopable offense completely in the second half, that's what happenend.


Im saying we had a legitimate shot to win that game. All credit goes to Central for winning but you WERE at home and your crowd was rabid. Our kids froze up a bit. I think you guys will win the 2A 'ship, but on a neutral field or in Cyclone Country, we beat you guys by three touchdowns easy. You do have a good team however. Im not saying we are world beaters but we have an awful lot of talent. If these kids continue to play together, they are gonna be hard to beat. Thats includes South Pointe and Fairfield Central. If w get homefield advantage in the playoffs. Watch out!


You still won't accept you got beat by a better team....We made adjustments in the second half and outright beat you on defense...It doesn't matter where the game would have been played, our boys will play their best on any field....it's a mental thing for our program....the player know nothing but to play hard...anytime everytime....in the past when we lost games it was bad calls by our coaches and not the heart or the intesity of our players.....We breed hardnose football players in Pageland! South Pointe will crush you....Fairfield will be a good game for yall.
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby Cyclone21 » Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:56 am

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Cyclone21 wrote:After 5 football games, Chester is where most fans thought they would be. We have played a tough schedule and have been shown to be vulnerable against the run. Watch the adjustments we make after the bye-week. We will put eight in the box and dare you to beat our Division one DB's one on one. We will go to the more short quick passing game instead of the vertical game weve been using so far. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter will get more touches.

Fort Mill- Chester wins 48-12
Nation Ford- Chester wins 40-20
South Pointe- Chester wins 31-28
Fairfield Central- Chester winsa 38-24
York- Chester wins 42-12

We finish 8-2. Then you so call contenders will have to come to Cyclone Country and get a win where we have won 28 of 30.

Chester will once again rise. WE WILL BE THE STATE CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR.


Chester beat York Friday night by a score of 48-13. We called the dogs off in the second half or this would have been really ugly. If the Cyclones get a lead on their opponents and force them to throw, this team is nearly unbeatable. We have 8 kids in the defensive backfield who will play D-1 or D-2 football. We had losses to Mallard Creek, who by the way are 6-0 and have given up only 37 points, 24 of which were to the Cycs, and a Central who is the number one team in class 2A, in a game we probably should have won. Im telling you. Chester is the real deal and have a legitimate shot at winning it all. Next victim, Fort Mill Yellow Jackets. We win by 30 easy. Too much speed. Speed kills.



The Chester Cyclones blew into Bob Jones Stadium Friday night and came away with a 41-21 win over Fort Mill.

Chester, known for its air attack, turned to the running game to defeat the Yellow Jackets. Senior Julius Pendergrass rushed 13 times for 206 yards and four touchdowns.

"We didn't want to put all the pressure on Tevin (Worthy) and Tony (McNeal)," said Chester coach Anthony Sterling, referring to two Cyclones' quarterbacks. "We wanted to use all our horses."


The Jackets hurt themselves in the second half with penalties and turnovers. For the game, the Jackets had two interceptions and lost two fumbles.

"I thought we would be more disciplined than that," said Fort Mill coach Ed Susi. "We played well in the first half. We have to reevaluate some things."

Fort Mill was looking to get its first Region 4-AAA win of the season after dropping last week's region opener to South Pointe.

Friday night was homecoming for the Jackets, and they played to a nearly-packed house. Carmen Chambers was crowned Homecoming Queen.

Fort Mill's offense had success early, driving to the Chester 30 behind a 27-yard run by Nick Raszeja. But the Jackets' drive ended there.

Chester senior Tevin Worthy, who normally is the backup at quarterback, got the start. Senior starter Tony McNeal suffered from some soreness before the game.

41-21. Fort Mill came out jacked up as this was homecoming for them and actually led 14-7 at halftime. Chester opened up a big ole can of butt whipping on the Jackets in the second half and basically turned their roster into a mash unit. Tony Mcneal did not play the first half and only came in to give the team a spark. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter were horses as they rushed for 206 and 97 yards respectively. If Chester gets a lead, and the opposing team is forced to throw, the Cyclones are nearly unbeatable. Too much talent and speed. See below.

This is from SCVarsity.com

This does not include the 6 freshman who have seen playing time this year(Dakeavis Wilmore(OL/DL), Lorenzo White(RB), CJ Chisholm(DB), Devin Rambert(DB),Daryl Foster(LB), and Roger Land(OL).

Recruiting: Chester Loaded With Prospects
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The Chester Cyclones football team is loaded with talent and has no less than 13 players who should sign to play at the next level. Coach Anthony Strerling gives us the breakdown on the Cyclones and who is paying them attention.

Alabama, Virginia Tech, NC State, UNC, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Marshall and a bunch of others have called and are coming toward the middle and end of the month. All of the area I-AA programs from the states of NC and SC have come by the school and NAIA Pikeville College and Division II Newberry College have also paid us a visit.

The Cyclones quarterback, Tony McNeal, has already committed to Clemson. Other targets from the 2011 class are running back Julius Pendergrass (pictured left), wide receiver Brent Minter - both of which should be I-A prospects.

Some mid-major to FCS type of players who are receiving attention are Wide recevier Deon Strong (5-9, 175), WR Deterrion Hardin (6-3,180), DE Neil Williams (6-2,220), CB K.D. Hicks (5-9, 170), athlete Tevin Worthy (5-11, 185), LB Carlos Harris (5-10,195), and LB Corey Ervin (5-10,185). Ervin currently has an offer from Newberry.

Some underclassmen to watch will be RB/LB K.J. Dixon (5-10,175), CB Tony Wright (5-10,180), and Athlete Jamarcus Moore (5-9,170).
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby 89StateChamp » Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:14 am

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Cyclone21 wrote:After 5 football games, Chester is where most fans thought they would be. We have played a tough schedule and have been shown to be vulnerable against the run. Watch the adjustments we make after the bye-week. We will put eight in the box and dare you to beat our Division one DB's one on one. We will go to the more short quick passing game instead of the vertical game weve been using so far. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter will get more touches.

Fort Mill- Chester wins 48-12
Nation Ford- Chester wins 40-20
South Pointe- Chester wins 31-28
Fairfield Central- Chester winsa 38-24
York- Chester wins 42-12

We finish 8-2. Then you so call contenders will have to come to Cyclone Country and get a win where we have won 28 of 30.

Chester will once again rise. WE WILL BE THE STATE CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR.


Chester beat York Friday night by a score of 48-13. We called the dogs off in the second half or this would have been really ugly. If the Cyclones get a lead on their opponents and force them to throw, this team is nearly unbeatable. We have 8 kids in the defensive backfield who will play D-1 or D-2 football. We had losses to Mallard Creek, who by the way are 6-0 and have given up only 37 points, 24 of which were to the Cycs, and a Central who is the number one team in class 2A, in a game we probably should have won. Im telling you. Chester is the real deal and have a legitimate shot at winning it all. Next victim, Fort Mill Yellow Jackets. We win by 30 easy. Too much speed. Speed kills.



The Chester Cyclones blew into Bob Jones Stadium Friday night and came away with a 41-21 win over Fort Mill.

Chester, known for its air attack, turned to the running game to defeat the Yellow Jackets. Senior Julius Pendergrass rushed 13 times for 206 yards and four touchdowns.

"We didn't want to put all the pressure on Tevin (Worthy) and Tony (McNeal)," said Chester coach Anthony Sterling, referring to two Cyclones' quarterbacks. "We wanted to use all our horses."


The Jackets hurt themselves in the second half with penalties and turnovers. For the game, the Jackets had two interceptions and lost two fumbles.

"I thought we would be more disciplined than that," said Fort Mill coach Ed Susi. "We played well in the first half. We have to reevaluate some things."

Fort Mill was looking to get its first Region 4-AAA win of the season after dropping last week's region opener to South Pointe.

Friday night was homecoming for the Jackets, and they played to a nearly-packed house. Carmen Chambers was crowned Homecoming Queen.

Fort Mill's offense had success early, driving to the Chester 30 behind a 27-yard run by Nick Raszeja. But the Jackets' drive ended there.

Chester senior Tevin Worthy, who normally is the backup at quarterback, got the start. Senior starter Tony McNeal suffered from some soreness before the game.

41-21. Fort Mill came out jacked up as this was homecoming for them and actually led 14-7 at halftime. Chester opened up a big ole can of butt whipping on the Jackets in the second half and basically turned their roster into a mash unit. Tony Mcneal did not play the first half and only came in to give the team a spark. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter were horses as they rushed for 206 and 97 yards respectively. If Chester gets a lead, and the opposing team is forced to throw, the Cyclones are nearly unbeatable. Too much talent and speed. See below.

This is from SCVarsity.com

This does not include the 6 freshman who have seen playing time this year(Dakeavis Wilmore(OL/DL), Lorenzo White(RB), CJ Chisholm(DB), Devin Rambert(DB),Daryl Foster(LB), and Roger Land(OL).

Recruiting: Chester Loaded With Prospects
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The Chester Cyclones football team is loaded with talent and has no less than 13 players who should sign to play at the next level. Coach Anthony Strerling gives us the breakdown on the Cyclones and who is paying them attention.

Alabama, Virginia Tech, NC State, UNC, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Marshall and a bunch of others have called and are coming toward the middle and end of the month. All of the area I-AA programs from the states of NC and SC have come by the school and NAIA Pikeville College and Division II Newberry College have also paid us a visit.

The Cyclones quarterback, Tony McNeal, has already committed to Clemson. Other targets from the 2011 class are running back Julius Pendergrass (pictured left), wide receiver Brent Minter - both of which should be I-A prospects.

Some mid-major to FCS type of players who are receiving attention are Wide recevier Deon Strong (5-9, 175), WR Deterrion Hardin (6-3,180), DE Neil Williams (6-2,220), CB K.D. Hicks (5-9, 170), athlete Tevin Worthy (5-11, 185), LB Carlos Harris (5-10,195), and LB Corey Ervin (5-10,185). Ervin currently has an offer from Newberry.

Some underclassmen to watch will be RB/LB K.J. Dixon (5-10,175), CB Tony Wright (5-10,180), and Athlete Jamarcus Moore (5-9,170).


I don't know if we have one D1 player on our team, but we still beat y'all- :shock:
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby Cyclone21 » Tue Oct 12, 2010 10:46 am

I don't know if we have one D1 player on our team, but we still beat y'all-
Good win for you guys and maybe you do have Division one players but your coaches dont take the time to create highlight tapes of the players and market them to recruiters. Central has a good team, but if you played Chester 10 times, the Cyclones win eight. Good luck the rest of the season.
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby 89StateChamp » Wed Oct 13, 2010 1:16 am

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I don't know if we have one D1 player on our team, but we still beat y'all-
Good win for you guys and maybe you do have Division one players but your coaches dont take the time to create highlight tapes of the players and market them to recruiters. Central has a good team, but if you played Chester 10 times, the Cyclones win eight. Good luck the rest of the season.


I do not agree, but the only one that counts was this year- :shock:
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby cavaliereagle » Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:42 am

That's what people can't seem to comprehend. At Central, we haven't had very many D-1 players. But, we always have one heckuva TEAM. We have no interest in individual play. We have eleven Eagles on the field a play. You put your D-1's on the field. We kick their butt. It's no magic formula. I've told you before, look at the meatline before the game. That will be the hardest hits of the night. That's how we train. If an Eagle gets hurt, there's another one to take his place. We don't put in a second string, we reload. Look at our win % over the years. We've only had one losing season in our history. We average 10 wins a year since we opened in 1976. Very few teams have a winning record against us. We fully expect to win everytime we take the field. That's why we play the game It's only fun when you win. Second place is first loser. I'm not bragging. That's how we roll in Pageland. Also, everyone likes to joke about our watermelons. Well we are proud of that also. Maybe if others could get their boys to work, they would have men on their team. Like we do. GO EAGLES!
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby eaglethatneverplayedbutknows » Wed Oct 13, 2010 12:31 pm

cavaliereagle wrote:That's what people can't seem to comprehend. At Central, we haven't had very many D-1 players. But, we always have one heckuva TEAM. We have no interest in individual play. We have eleven Eagles on the field a play. You put your D-1's on the field. We kick their butt. It's no magic formula. I've told you before, look at the meatline before the game. That will be the hardest hits of the night. That's how we train. If an Eagle gets hurt, there's another one to take his place. We don't put in a second string, we reload. Look at our win % over the years. We've only had one losing season in our history. We average 10 wins a year since we opened in 1976. Very few teams have a winning record against us. We fully expect to win everytime we take the field. That's why we play the game It's only fun when you win. Second place is first loser. I'm not bragging. That's how we roll in Pageland. Also, everyone likes to joke about our watermelons. Well we are proud of that also. Maybe if others could get their boys to work, they would have men on their team. Like we do. GO EAGLES!


Yes we do favor team play instead of individual play........but....we do have and have had D1 players, some just never got the hype...and yes, our coaches should do a better job of getting these guys more college exposure....From my senior year in 98 when we beat Barnwell in Columbia....we had several D1 potential athletes with talent and size....they didn't have the support to find a college that wanted them plus technology wasn't advanced like it is now. One factor was the guys did not have D1 grades...secondly they didn't have the drive themselves to play on the next level. Big Reggie, James Reid....Fuzz, Speed, and a lot of them boyz were good as any D2, D1 recruit in the state that year. Recently things have gotten better with Justice....Keagan...Trent....Sadat...and others getting more exposure than past players but it still could be better...... Yall know just as well as I do that Roderick Dunlap, Seneca Miller and Elroy Meadows and many more could have played at schools like Carolina, Clemson or even SC State...I would like to see our coaches look past high school with our players.....maybe start a mentoring program in 8th or 9th grade that helps the players stay focused, meet NCAA guidelines and produce the required grades in order to appeal to athletic programs.... Our kids have the intelligence and talent to do so!
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby Cyclone21 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:02 am

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Cyclone21 wrote:After 5 football games, Chester is where most fans thought they would be. We have played a tough schedule and have been shown to be vulnerable against the run. Watch the adjustments we make after the bye-week. We will put eight in the box and dare you to beat our Division one DB's one on one. We will go to the more short quick passing game instead of the vertical game weve been using so far. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter will get more touches.

Fort Mill- Chester wins 48-12
Nation Ford- Chester wins 40-20
South Pointe- Chester wins 31-28
Fairfield Central- Chester winsa 38-24
York- Chester wins 42-12

We finish 8-2. Then you so call contenders will have to come to Cyclone Country and get a win where we have won 28 of 30.

Chester will once again rise. WE WILL BE THE STATE CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR.


Chester beat York Friday night by a score of 48-13. We called the dogs off in the second half or this would have been really ugly. If the Cyclones get a lead on their opponents and force them to throw, this team is nearly unbeatable. We have 8 kids in the defensive backfield who will play D-1 or D-2 football. We had losses to Mallard Creek, who by the way are 6-0 and have given up only 37 points, 24 of which were to the Cycs, and a Central who is the number one team in class 2A, in a game we probably should have won. Im telling you. Chester is the real deal and have a legitimate shot at winning it all. Next victim, Fort Mill Yellow Jackets. We win by 30 easy. Too much speed. Speed kills.



The Chester Cyclones blew into Bob Jones Stadium Friday night and came away with a 41-21 win over Fort Mill.

Chester, known for its air attack, turned to the running game to defeat the Yellow Jackets. Senior Julius Pendergrass rushed 13 times for 206 yards and four touchdowns.

"We didn't want to put all the pressure on Tevin (Worthy) and Tony (McNeal)," said Chester coach Anthony Sterling, referring to two Cyclones' quarterbacks. "We wanted to use all our horses."


The Jackets hurt themselves in the second half with penalties and turnovers. For the game, the Jackets had two interceptions and lost two fumbles.

"I thought we would be more disciplined than that," said Fort Mill coach Ed Susi. "We played well in the first half. We have to reevaluate some things."

Fort Mill was looking to get its first Region 4-AAA win of the season after dropping last week's region opener to South Pointe.

Friday night was homecoming for the Jackets, and they played to a nearly-packed house. Carmen Chambers was crowned Homecoming Queen.

Fort Mill's offense had success early, driving to the Chester 30 behind a 27-yard run by Nick Raszeja. But the Jackets' drive ended there.

Chester senior Tevin Worthy, who normally is the backup at quarterback, got the start. Senior starter Tony McNeal suffered from some soreness before the game.

41-21. Fort Mill came out jacked up as this was homecoming for them and actually led 14-7 at halftime. Chester opened up a big ole can of butt whipping on the Jackets in the second half and basically turned their roster into a mash unit. Tony Mcneal did not play the first half and only came in to give the team a spark. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter were horses as they rushed for 206 and 97 yards respectively. If Chester gets a lead, and the opposing team is forced to throw, the Cyclones are nearly unbeatable. Too much talent and speed. See below.

This is from SCVarsity.com

This does not include the 6 freshman who have seen playing time this year(Dakeavis Wilmore(OL/DL), Lorenzo White(RB), CJ Chisholm(DB), Devin Rambert(DB),Daryl Foster(LB), and Roger Land(OL).

Recruiting: Chester Loaded With Prospects
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The Chester Cyclones football team is loaded with talent and has no less than 13 players who should sign to play at the next level. Coach Anthony Strerling gives us the breakdown on the Cyclones and who is paying them attention.

Alabama, Virginia Tech, NC State, UNC, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Marshall and a bunch of others have called and are coming toward the middle and end of the month. All of the area I-AA programs from the states of NC and SC have come by the school and NAIA Pikeville College and Division II Newberry College have also paid us a visit.

The Cyclones quarterback, Tony McNeal, has already committed to Clemson. Other targets from the 2011 class are running back Julius Pendergrass (pictured left), wide receiver Brent Minter - both of which should be I-A prospects.

Some mid-major to FCS type of players who are receiving attention are Wide recevier Deon Strong (5-9, 175), WR Deterrion Hardin (6-3,180), DE Neil Williams (6-2,220), CB K.D. Hicks (5-9, 170), athlete Tevin Worthy (5-11, 185), LB Carlos Harris (5-10,195), and LB Corey Ervin (5-10,185). Ervin currently has an offer from Newberry.

Some underclassmen to watch will be RB/LB K.J. Dixon (5-10,175), CB Tony Wright (5-10,180), and Athlete Jamarcus Moore (5-9,170).



Cyclones stay focused in win over Falcons
Chester21 Nation Ford15
By Irvin Goodwin - Herald Correspondent
CHESTER --

Chester coach Anthony Sterling and his staff did everything to properly prepare their team against Nation Ford, including keeping the team focused against several distractions.

The first distraction was the week-long Homecoming festivities. The next was the anticipation of upcoming games, the showdown against South Pointe and the season finale against Fairfield Central.

Those distractions may explain the rash of Cyclone miscues, which included two scoreless red-zone trips and 14 penalties for 132 yards. Nonetheless, Chester regrouped against a stubborn Nation Ford squad for a 21-15 victory.

"First of all, my hats off to coach (Rusty) Jester and his staff; they had their kids ready to play," Sterling said. "But this week, the kids were looking forward to the next two weeks when we have two big games ahead of us.

"This was a good win against a very good team. It is good to be 3-0 in the region; we wanted to get everyone out of here healthy and we were able to do that."

Chester got 274 passing yards from quarterback Tony McNeal, including an 11-yard touchdown strike to Deterrion Hardin in the fourth quarter for a 21-9 lead. Nation Ford responded, marching 65 yards in six plays. Quarterback Thomas Condon found Will Ford for a 6-yard pass to cut the lead to six points

The loss drops the Falcons to 0-3 in league play and 4-4 overall, Meanwhile, Chester is 3-0 and will travel to South Pointe next week. South Pointe, also 3-0, defeated Fairfield Central, 17-7, Friday, setting up the Region 4-AAA showdown in Rock Hill.


Let me first say that Nation Ford is a "game" football team. If Coach Rusty Jester had comparable talent, NF might have won this game. In the end, like I have stated previously, if the Cyclones get a lead they are a handful to deal with if the opposing team has to throw the ball. Chester had over 450 total yards of offense, but were hampered by "discipline" penalties 14 -132 yards(offsides, false starts, clippings) and red zone failures. Coach Sterling must address the issues this week, as they can not afford that many mistakes against FC and SP. The defense played well as they gave up only 200 yards, had three picks, and six or seven sacks.

Other news, SP QB Tay Hicklin will most likely be suspended for this week's game against the Cyclones as he was involved in an altercation against FC. He is a dynamic athlete who is being recruited by almost every ACC and SEC team. That would be a huge loss for SP. Chester has a real shot of beating the Stallions as they have proven susceptible to teams that can pass the ball although they have a tremendous front seven. If Chester can jump out to a two score lead, it could a long night for the Stallions. The Cycs are loaded with athletes in the defensive backfield. Chester's only losses came to the number 1 2A SC team(Central) and the number 2 4A NC School(Mallard Creek). Central has outscored opponents 305-79(Cycs scored 28) with four shutouts and Mallard Creek has outscored opponents 414 to 57(Cycs scored 24) and also has four shutouts. It possible that South Pointe blows us out if we have a rash of turnovers and penalties, but DO NOT underestimate these Cyclones. They have an abundance of talent and have a chance to win out against these two top ten 3A teams. Chester's schedule includes six opponents that have been ranked at some point this season not including a Lancaster team that could sneak into the playoffs in what may be the toughest region in 4A. The Cycs are battle tested.
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby eaglethatneverplayedbutknows » Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:57 am

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89StateChamp wrote:
Cyclone21 wrote:
Cyclone21 wrote:
Cyclone21 wrote:After 5 football games, Chester is where most fans thought they would be. We have played a tough schedule and have been shown to be vulnerable against the run. Watch the adjustments we make after the bye-week. We will put eight in the box and dare you to beat our Division one DB's one on one. We will go to the more short quick passing game instead of the vertical game weve been using so far. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter will get more touches.

Fort Mill- Chester wins 48-12
Nation Ford- Chester wins 40-20
South Pointe- Chester wins 31-28
Fairfield Central- Chester winsa 38-24
York- Chester wins 42-12

We finish 8-2. Then you so call contenders will have to come to Cyclone Country and get a win where we have won 28 of 30.

Chester will once again rise. WE WILL BE THE STATE CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR.


Chester beat York Friday night by a score of 48-13. We called the dogs off in the second half or this would have been really ugly. If the Cyclones get a lead on their opponents and force them to throw, this team is nearly unbeatable. We have 8 kids in the defensive backfield who will play D-1 or D-2 football. We had losses to Mallard Creek, who by the way are 6-0 and have given up only 37 points, 24 of which were to the Cycs, and a Central who is the number one team in class 2A, in a game we probably should have won. Im telling you. Chester is the real deal and have a legitimate shot at winning it all. Next victim, Fort Mill Yellow Jackets. We win by 30 easy. Too much speed. Speed kills.



The Chester Cyclones blew into Bob Jones Stadium Friday night and came away with a 41-21 win over Fort Mill.

Chester, known for its air attack, turned to the running game to defeat the Yellow Jackets. Senior Julius Pendergrass rushed 13 times for 206 yards and four touchdowns.

"We didn't want to put all the pressure on Tevin (Worthy) and Tony (McNeal)," said Chester coach Anthony Sterling, referring to two Cyclones' quarterbacks. "We wanted to use all our horses."


The Jackets hurt themselves in the second half with penalties and turnovers. For the game, the Jackets had two interceptions and lost two fumbles.

"I thought we would be more disciplined than that," said Fort Mill coach Ed Susi. "We played well in the first half. We have to reevaluate some things."

Fort Mill was looking to get its first Region 4-AAA win of the season after dropping last week's region opener to South Pointe.

Friday night was homecoming for the Jackets, and they played to a nearly-packed house. Carmen Chambers was crowned Homecoming Queen.

Fort Mill's offense had success early, driving to the Chester 30 behind a 27-yard run by Nick Raszeja. But the Jackets' drive ended there.

Chester senior Tevin Worthy, who normally is the backup at quarterback, got the start. Senior starter Tony McNeal suffered from some soreness before the game.

41-21. Fort Mill came out jacked up as this was homecoming for them and actually led 14-7 at halftime. Chester opened up a big ole can of butt whipping on the Jackets in the second half and basically turned their roster into a mash unit. Tony Mcneal did not play the first half and only came in to give the team a spark. Julius Pendergrass and Brent Minter were horses as they rushed for 206 and 97 yards respectively. If Chester gets a lead, and the opposing team is forced to throw, the Cyclones are nearly unbeatable. Too much talent and speed. See below.

This is from SCVarsity.com

This does not include the 6 freshman who have seen playing time this year(Dakeavis Wilmore(OL/DL), Lorenzo White(RB), CJ Chisholm(DB), Devin Rambert(DB),Daryl Foster(LB), and Roger Land(OL).

Recruiting: Chester Loaded With Prospects
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The Chester Cyclones football team is loaded with talent and has no less than 13 players who should sign to play at the next level. Coach Anthony Strerling gives us the breakdown on the Cyclones and who is paying them attention.

Alabama, Virginia Tech, NC State, UNC, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Marshall and a bunch of others have called and are coming toward the middle and end of the month. All of the area I-AA programs from the states of NC and SC have come by the school and NAIA Pikeville College and Division II Newberry College have also paid us a visit.

The Cyclones quarterback, Tony McNeal, has already committed to Clemson. Other targets from the 2011 class are running back Julius Pendergrass (pictured left), wide receiver Brent Minter - both of which should be I-A prospects.

Some mid-major to FCS type of players who are receiving attention are Wide recevier Deon Strong (5-9, 175), WR Deterrion Hardin (6-3,180), DE Neil Williams (6-2,220), CB K.D. Hicks (5-9, 170), athlete Tevin Worthy (5-11, 185), LB Carlos Harris (5-10,195), and LB Corey Ervin (5-10,185). Ervin currently has an offer from Newberry.

Some underclassmen to watch will be RB/LB K.J. Dixon (5-10,175), CB Tony Wright (5-10,180), and Athlete Jamarcus Moore (5-9,170).



Cyclones stay focused in win over Falcons
Chester21 Nation Ford15
By Irvin Goodwin - Herald Correspondent
CHESTER --

Chester coach Anthony Sterling and his staff did everything to properly prepare their team against Nation Ford, including keeping the team focused against several distractions.

The first distraction was the week-long Homecoming festivities. The next was the anticipation of upcoming games, the showdown against South Pointe and the season finale against Fairfield Central.

Those distractions may explain the rash of Cyclone miscues, which included two scoreless red-zone trips and 14 penalties for 132 yards. Nonetheless, Chester regrouped against a stubborn Nation Ford squad for a 21-15 victory.

"First of all, my hats off to coach (Rusty) Jester and his staff; they had their kids ready to play," Sterling said. "But this week, the kids were looking forward to the next two weeks when we have two big games ahead of us.

"This was a good win against a very good team. It is good to be 3-0 in the region; we wanted to get everyone out of here healthy and we were able to do that."

Chester got 274 passing yards from quarterback Tony McNeal, including an 11-yard touchdown strike to Deterrion Hardin in the fourth quarter for a 21-9 lead. Nation Ford responded, marching 65 yards in six plays. Quarterback Thomas Condon found Will Ford for a 6-yard pass to cut the lead to six points

The loss drops the Falcons to 0-3 in league play and 4-4 overall, Meanwhile, Chester is 3-0 and will travel to South Pointe next week. South Pointe, also 3-0, defeated Fairfield Central, 17-7, Friday, setting up the Region 4-AAA showdown in Rock Hill.


Let me first say that Nation Ford is a "game" football team. If Coach Rusty Jester had comparable talent, NF might have won this game. In the end, like I have stated previously, if the Cyclones get a lead they are a handful to deal with if the opposing team has to throw the ball. Chester had over 450 total yards of offense, but were hampered by "discipline" penalties 14 -132 yards(offsides, false starts, clippings) and red zone failures. Coach Sterling must address the issues this week, as they can not afford that many mistakes against FC and SP. The defense played well as they gave up only 200 yards, had three picks, and six or seven sacks.

Other news, SP QB Tay Hicklin will most likely be suspended for this week's game against the Cyclones as he was involved in an altercation against FC. He is a dynamic athlete who is being recruited by almost every ACC and SEC team. That would be a huge loss for SP. Chester has a real shot of beating the Stallions as they have proven susceptible to teams that can pass the ball although they have a tremendous front seven. If Chester can jump out to a two score lead, it could a long night for the Stallions. The Cycs are loaded with athletes in the defensive backfield. Chester's only losses came to the number 1 2A SC team(Central) and the number 2 4A NC School(Mallard Creek). Central has outscored opponents 305-79(Cycs scored 28) with four shutouts and Mallard Creek has outscored opponents 414 to 57(Cycs scored 24) and also has four shutouts. It possible that South Pointe blows us out if we have a rash of turnovers and penalties, but DO NOT underestimate these Cyclones. They have an abundance of talent and have a chance to win out against these two top ten 3A teams. Chester's schedule includes six opponents that have been ranked at some point this season not including a Lancaster team that could sneak into the playoffs in what may be the toughest region in 4A. The Cycs are battle tested.


Entirely too much time on your hands. YALL GAVE UP 21 PTS to FORT MILL! That's not a good stat to bank your trophy on........I will give it too you, yall lose in a close one to FC and get crushed by SPnte......
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Re: Chester-State Champs 2010

Postby Cyclone21 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:06 pm

Entirely too much time on your hands. YALL GAVE UP 21 PTS to FORT MILL! That's not a good stat to bank your trophy on........I will give it too you, yall lose in a close one to FC and get crushed by SPnte......



They average 30 a game Watermelon Boy and are 4-4. They are not as bad as you would think. They have losses to Clover, South Pointe and Chester. We will see on Saturday morning. And how in the world do you expect FC to come into Cyclone country and win? Good luck to the Eagles!
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