The preseason South Carolina Prep Media Football Poll was released Tuesday, with high school sports journalists from around the Palmetto State voting on the top 10 teams in each public school classification.
Thomas Heyward didn’t waste any time setting the tone Friday night, controlling the line of scrimmage and showing off its offensive arsenal in a 34-0 win over visiting Hilton Head Prep.
Beaufort Academy’s ground game kept rolling and the defense dominated as the Eagles rolled to a 35-0 win at Northwood Academy in their region opener Friday for their third straight victory.
If there was any question whether Hilton Head Christian Academy was the team to beat in SCISA Region 1-2A, the Eagles erased it Friday night with a dominant 34-7 victory at Orangeburg Prep in a matchup of unbeaten teams.
Here's your first look at the action from around the Lowco in SCISA Week 4 ... It's the Lowco First Down, complete with highlights from all three area games! #GoLOWCO 💙💚🌴💚💙
One area public high school football team in Beaufort County will have to wait at least an extra week before starting its season after Hilton Head High’s opener against Beaufort High next Friday was postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests at both schools.
It’s the relative calm before the storm. With the state’s public school teams set to begin next Friday, the area’s SCISA programs get one more chance to take the stage alone under the Friday Night Lights.
Carlo Perruzza recaps some of the highlights from Week 3 of SCISA football action, featuring Hilton Head Prep vs. St. Andrew's and John Paul II vs. Bethesda Academy.
Thomas Heyward pulled away after being tied at halftime to earn a huge road win Friday, beating Trinity Collegiate 30-14 in a matchup of defending SCISA state champions.
John Paul II fought back from an early 23-point deficit, but the Golden Warriors couldn’t dig all the way out of the early hole on the road, falling 30-20 at Bethesda Academy on Friday.