Hilton Head Prep’s boys scored their third win in their first four games Tuesday, rolling past Frederica Academy 63-39.
Hilton Head High’s girls opened their season with a 55-41 win at Wade Hampton on Tuesday.
The May River Sharks have been road warriors in these 2019 playoffs, but Friday night the visiting Dillon Wildcats stole that distinction, fending off the home Sharks 35-28 to advance to the Class 3A state championship.
After three hours of punch after punch thrown by Trinity-Byrnes and Hilton Head Christian Academy, Donovan Lambert crossed into the end zone in overtime to give the Titans the SCISA 2A title with a 55-49 win in a classic championship game Saturday at Benedict College’s Charles W. Johnson Stadium.
In a rematch of an October regular-season contest, the Thomas Heyward Rebels got the sweetest revenge, crushing the Bethesda Blazers 30-6 behind a dominant defense to capture their second straight SCISA 1A state championship.
Just as it looked like Hilton Head Christian Academy’s season was dead as the cold November air, Hayden Shinn and JP Peduzzi led the squad back in an unforgettable 42-28 win over defending state champion Florence Christian on Friday to advance to the SCISA 2A state title game.
In a playoff game that was reminiscent of old smash mouth football, Hayden Shinn and the Hilton Head Christian Academy Eagles ran past a tough Greenwood Christian squad 23-7 to advance in the first round of the SCISA 2A state playoffs.
On a chilly, early November night with a 4A-7 playoff spot hanging in the balance, the Hilton Head High Seahawks rose to the occasion.