May River girls basketball got back in the win column Friday with a Region 7-4A road victory, coasting to a 42-32 win at Beaufort High.
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We select our Starting Five of the top players of the week, along with a few standouts we’re keeping “in the rotation,” as well as a Team of the Week, and highlight the biggest game of the upcoming week. Here’s this week’s installment of the Lowco Girls Hoops Spotlight presented by 4M Metals.
We select our Starting Five of the top players of the week, along with a few standouts we’re keeping “in the rotation,” as well as a Team of the Week, and highlight the biggest game of the upcoming week. Here’s this week’s installment of the Lowco Boys Hoops Spotlight presented by Rogers Electric.
The No. 2 team in Class 2A was too much for Whale Branch boys basketball to handle for the second time in eight days, as Wade Hampton used a quick start and a career night from Brendon Brantley to cruise to a 58-43 road win Saturday in Seabrook.
Calvary Day’s Hannah Cail poured in 27 points and the Cavaliers cashed in at the foul line late to close out a 52-45 road win at Hilton Head Christian Academy in the latest installment of the area’s best interstate girls basketball rivalry.
May River boys basketball dug out from an early hole to take a five-point lead into the fourth quarter Friday against Lucy Beckham, but the visiting Bengals rode the hot hand of Noah Bailes to a 49-46 win in a Region 7-4A matchup.
Tacoya Heyward took over in the second half and overtime to lead Bluffton girls basketball to a hard-fought 43-38 road win at James Island on Friday to remain unbeaten in Region 7-4A play since 2019.