Beaufort High’s boys cross country team has seen one runner after another graduate to the collegiate level in recent years, but a phenom has led a thin Eagles squad back to the state meet.
Hilton Head High’s boys took first place in their heat, and both Bluffton’s girls and boys placed second to lead a strong Lowco showing at the SCHSL 4A Cross Country state qualifier on Saturday at Newberry College.
Holy Trinity swept the Class 2A team titles and Daniel Reedy capped off his career with an individual crown, and Cross Schools captured the Class 1A girls title at the SCISA Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Heathwood Hall in Columbia.
Bluffton swept the boys and girls team titles at the Beaufort County Cross Country Championships on Saturday, with Bobcats sophomore Earlon Baker winning the boys race and May River star Anya Arroyo blazing to a big win in the girls race.
This week, new Hilton Head Prep football coach Dustin Etheridge and HHIHS volleyball star Makenna Mason stop by for interviews, and JJ and Wes recap THA's football's opening win, take a look at the preseason football polls and Poona Ford's prospects in free agency after this season, talk some hoops with Ryle Owens' second pro contract and new coaches at Whale Branch and BA, recap the Bobcat Scorcher road race, and name their Teams of the Week.
Beaufort High’s cross country and track and field programs continue to turn out collegiate runners, and the Eagles added three more names to the roster Wednesday.
Anya Arroyo earned state runner-up honors for the second year in a row, powering May River’s girls to a third-place finish Thursday at the SCHSL 4A Cross Country Championships at the Sandhills Research Center in Columbia.
Six area teams and a trio of individuals from the Lowco earned spots in the SCHSL Class 4A Cross Country Championships with strong showings at the state qualifying meet Friday in Newberry.
Despite a trio of Lowco stars earning top-three finishes, James Island swept both the boys’ and girls’ titles Saturday at the Region 7-4A cross country championships in Bluffton.
Holy Trinity’s girls continued their reign on the cross country trails Saturday, capturing their third consecutive SCISA 1A title at Heathwood Hall in Columbia, while the Mighty Lion boys came up just short of a fourth straight title, taking second place behind South Aiken Christian.