WES’s WISDOM: A few revelations from Week 9 of the high school football season

We’re just one week away from the start of the high school football playoffs, and the postseason picture has become nearly crystal clear. Three area teams have locked down region championships, and several others secured their spot in the dance this November. With another busy week behind us, here’s what we learned as our Lowco squads come down the stretch. 

HSFB: Sharks clamp down on Cougars, claim region crown

May River continued its march through Region 7-4A with a 34-3 home win over Colleton County on Friday and celebrated a region title after Hilton Head High’s loss rendered next week’s game with the Seahawks moot to the final standings.

HSFB: Golden Warriors avenge Week 0 loss to Dolphins

John Paul II flipped the script from its season-opening loss to Hilton Head Prep, shutting out the Dolphins in the second half of a 24-10 home win to maintain its hopes of earning the No. 2 playoff seed from SCISA Region 1-2A. 

HSFB: Lowco First Down — Week 9

Three Lowco area teams wrapped up region titles, while others moved a step closer to clinching first-round home games in the playoffs during an exciting Week 9 of the high school football season.

HSFB: Get ready for kickoff with the LowcoSports Week 9 primer

With just two weeks remaining in the high school football regular season, virtually every game on the slate has some sort of playoff implications, and some of them are huge. We have one region title on the line in Week 9, and several more teams are trying to keep their hopes of clinching a region crown alive, while others are fighting for higher seeds and home playoff games.