Bluffton’s boys used a stifling defensive effort to shut down Ridgeland-Hardeeville for a 39-28 home win Tuesday.
Bluffton’s girls used a strong all-around performance to open their season with a 69-36 victory over Ridgeland-Hardeeville on Tuesday.
Bluffton’s boys opened the season by splitting a pair of games at Whale Branch’s Earl Campbell Preseason Tournament on Monday and Tuesday.
Whale Branch will play host to five other teams, including both Ridgeland-Hardeeville teams and Bluffton's boys, for the Earl Campbell Preseason Basketball Tournament beginning tonight.
Hilton Head High’s Emily Ruckno followed up her team’s Class 4A state championship by earning all-state honors with a third-place finish in the Class 5A/4A state singles tournament on Wednesday in Columbia.
Hilton Head High’s girls raced to a state title, and the Seahawk boys finished third Tuesday at the Class 4A Cross Country State Championships in Camden.
May River’s boys won the team title and Owen Andrews captured the individual crown in the Class 3A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
Beaufort County runners claimed the top four places, and three local teams qualified for the state championships at the Class 4A Lower State girls cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
Beaufort High had the top three finishers, but Hilton Head High’s boys claimed the team title in the Class 4A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
They are the warriors in the trenches, the defensive stoppers, the two-way standouts, and the special teams contributors. We call them the Unsung Heroes presented by Candor USA, and here they are for Week 10.