The May River boys soccer team knocked off Class 4A power Myrtle Beach before losing to top-ranked Bishop England in the championship game of the Charleston Shootout on Sunday.
A total of 24 Beaufort County wrestlers punched their tickets to the SCHSL state tournament with top-four finishes at their respective Lower State meets Saturday.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys used a dominant first half to build an insurmountable lead en route to a 62-50 win over Thomas Sumter in the first round of the SCISA Class 2A playoffs Saturday in Charleston.
After dropping a pair of 5-4 games to No. 14 Reinhardt on Friday, the USCB softball team swept a doubleheader from Trinity Baptist on Saturday, winning 9-0 and 9-1.
May River’s boys soccer team picked up two more wins Saturday to claim a spot in the semifinals of the Charleston Shootout.
May River’s boys kicked off the high school soccer season with a 2-0 win over Rock Hill in the Charleston Shootout on Friday.
The Ridgeland-Hardeeville boys raced out to a big early lead and were never threatened en route to a 72-59 win over visiting Dillon in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs Friday.
Thomas Heyward’s girls were eliminated in the opening round of the SCISA Class 2A playoffs Friday, losing 57-39 to Spartanburg Christian in Sumter.
John Paul II’s girls claimed the first postseason victory in program history with a 43-30 win over Oakbrook Prep in the first round of the SCISA Class 2A state tournament Friday in Sumter.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls got off to a quick start and eased to a 49-23 win over Marlboro Academy in the first round of the SCISA Class 2A state tournament Friday in Columbia.