Another week of high school football is in the books, and it might have been the most exciting one yet this season. We saw a captivating rivalry game, a shocker in a first-place region showdown, and a bunch of phenomenal individual performances. Let’s take a look around the Lowco and see what we learned in Week 8.
We picked the top Players of the Week, handed out a few Helmet Stickers for strong performances, and picked a Team of the Week for Week 7 and a Game of the Week we’re looking forward to in Week 8. The Lowco Football Spotlight has everything you need to know to get ready for another week of high school football in the Lowco.
May River’s Victoria Sosa and Anya Arroyo turned in stellar top-15 finishes Saturday to lead the Lowco contingent in the Bob Jenkins SCTCCCA Coaches Classic at Hillcrest High School in Simpsonville.
Battery Creek scored twice late, but that was not enough to overcome a strong offensive attack from Hanahan as the Hawks defeated the Dolphins 42-14 at Dolphin Stadium Friday night.
Another fall Friday night is in the rearview, and Week 7 of the high school football season did not disappoint in the Lowco. We had 10 games on the slate, including the Hometown Showdown, where May River maintained its recent dominance over Bluffton.
We preview every game around the Lowco in Week 7 of the high school football season. Get ready for kickoff with our weekly primer.
We picked the top Players of the Week, handed out a few Helmet Stickers for strong performances, and picked a Team of the Week for Week 6 and a Game of the Week we’re looking forward to in Week 7. It’s everything you need to know to get ready for another week of high school football in the Lowco.
We’ll have full recaps and multimedia coverage throughout the weekend, but here’s your first glance at the action from around the Lowco in Week 6 of the high school football season. It’s the Lowco First Down:
Battery Creek volleyball dominated in the opening frame but could not replicate the success in the remaining three sets, falling to Academic Magnet 3-1 (25-20, 7-25, 17-25, 16-25) on Thursday night at the Palace.
The first win of the season was worth the wait for Battery Creek, as the Dolphins opened Region 8-3A play with a critical 30-20 win at Academic Magnet on Thursday.