The decision that went from unthinkable to inevitable over the course of the past month became official Wednesday morning — there will be no more high school sports in South Carolina this school year.
Gabriel-Hugo Guadagno was already grappling with the difficulty of losing most of his senior season to injury, but he was hopeful for a return to help the Bluffton boys soccer team make a playoff push.
When you’re a leader and a captain, sometimes you have to get tough with your teammates. But when you’re a leader and a captain, you know you also have to keep the team morale up. Daniela Gularte found a solution for when she has to bark at her Bluffton High School soccer teammates.
Uriel Zarracan spent the fall kicking balls under the bright lights at Bobcat Stadium, earning second-team All-Lowco honors as Bluffton High School’s punter. But spring was going to be his real time to shine.
Bluffton boys soccer split a pair of road matches over the weekend, falling 2-0 to Rock Hill on Friday and winning a penalty shootout at Northwestern on Saturday.
Grant Musselman pitched a gem and had a big day at the plate to lead Bluffton baseball to a 13-1 win at Cane Bay on Saturday.
Bluffton softball rallied for three runs in the seventh inning and held on for a 6-5 win at Goose Creek on Friday.
Bluffton girls soccer blanked Berkeley 7-0 on the road Thursday in non-region play.
Bluffton boys lacrosse secured its first win of the season with a 14-4 region victory over visiting Beaufort High on Wednesday.
Eric Eastham took a no-hitter into the fifth and Nate Hoyt was 2-for-3 with three RBIs to lead Bluffton baseball to a 10-1 win over visiting John Paul II on Wednesday.