Here are Five Things I Think I Know after Week 1 of the Lowcountry high school football season.
Bluffton erased a 17-point deficit and endured a one-hour lightning delay, but the Bobcats came up short in a wild finish at Screven County, losing 31-30 on Friday.
John Paul II led for most of the second half before a late touchdown lifted visiting Cardinal Newman to a 16-14 win over the Golden Warriors on Friday.
Whale Branch claimed the first of two meetings this season against crosstown rival Battery Creek, beating the visiting Dolphins 31-9 on Friday.
May River scored 34 unanswered points to roll to a season-opening 34-6 win over visiting Memorial Day on Friday.
Thomas Heyward held off a challenge from Hilton Head Christian Academy for a 33-21 road win Friday.
Beaufort High opened the DeVonte Holloman era with a comeback victory, beating visiting A.C. Flora 35-14 on Friday.
Hilton Head High capped an emotional week with a convincing 43-14 win over visiting Savannah High on Friday. Just hours after Seahawks coach B.J. Payne’s mother was laid to rest, his team opened the season with a rout of the Bluejackets. After trailing 6-3 early, the Seahawks scored 40 consecutive points before Savannah High scored … Continue reading HSFB: Seahawks Give Payne Emotional Win
Hilton Head Prep wasted no time matching last season's win total, as the Dolphins rolled to a 45-0 win over visiting Northside Christian on Friday.
We have nine contests featuring area teams tonight. Here's all you need to know about Week 1 of the Lowcountry high school football season.