HSFB: S.C. Prep Media Poll, Week 2

The latest S.C. Prep Media football poll (Aug. 28, 2018) following Week 2:


1. Dutch Fork (16)
2. Dorman
3. Gaffney
4. Fort Dorchester
5. T.L. Hanna
6. Hillcrest
7. Byrnes
8. Berkeley
9. Sumter
10. Summerville
Receiving votes: Boiling Springs, Spartanburg, West Florence, Clover, Spring Valley, Greenwood and Rock Hill.


1. Hartsville (16)
2. South Pointe
3. Belton-Honea Path
4. Myrtle Beach
5. Greer
6. North Myrtle Beach
7. Greenville
8. Westwood
9. Brookland-Cayce
10. North Augusta
Receiving votes: Eastside, Wren, Daniel, Beaufort and Lakewood.


1. Dillon (16)
2. Gilbert
3. Chester
4. Chapman
5. Strom Thurmond
6. Woodruff
7. Wade Hampton (H)
8. Broome
9. Camden
10. Union County
Receiving votes: Crescent, Seneca, Newberry, May River, Georgetown, Manning, Pendleton, Academic Magnet.


1. Abbeville (16)
2. Barnwell
3. Carvers Bay
4. Bamberg-Ehrhardt
5. Southside Christian
6. Whale Branch
7. Saluda
8. Ninety-Six
9. Hannah-Pamplico
10. Timberland
Receiving votes: Batesburg-Leesville, Chesterfield, Latta, Woodland, Andrews, Gray Collegiate, Blacksburg, Landrum and Silver Bluff.


1. Lamar (16)
2. C.E. Murray
3. Lake View
4. Wagener-Salley
5. Ridge Spring-Monetta
T6. Dixie
T6. Timmonsville (tie)
8. Green Sea-Floyds
9. Branchville
10. Hemingway
Receiving votes: Williston-Elko, St. John’s, Blackville-Hilda, Baptist Hill, Denmark-Olar, Fox Creek, Scott’s Branch and Great Falls.

Voters: Chris Dearing, The State; Bret McCormick, The Herald; Lou Bezjak, The State; Travis Jenkins, Chester News Reporter; Jed Blackwell, Spartanburg Herald-Journal; Bob Castello, Greenville News; Chris Burgin, 100.1 The Fan; Eric Russell, Aiken Standard; Scott Chancey, Florence Morning News; Dennis Brunson, Sumter Item; Justin Jarrett, LowcoSports.com; Chris Clark, Orangeburg Times and Democrat; David Roberts, Greenwood Index-Journal; David Shelton, Charleston Post and Courier; Lake Morris, Anderson Independent Mail; Ian Guerin.

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