Thomas Heyward Academy officially launched its SCISA 1A title defense with a convincing 46-22 win over visiting Hilton Head Christian Academy on Friday.
It wasn’t the kind of night Jerry Hatcher dreamed about on the eve of the season, but it didn’t rise to the level of nightmare, either.
Hilton Head High charged out to an early lead and cruised to a 38-13 home win over Savannah High on Friday.
John Paul II couldn’t keep pace with a strong Cardinal Newman team on Friday, falling 42-6 on the road.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville returning the opening kickoff for a touchdown but couldn’t maintain the momentum en route to a 40-14 loss at Marlboro County on Friday.
From the first play to the last, Screven County (Ga.) and Bluffton put on a show on opening night for the second consecutive year, as the Gamecocks escaped with a 44-41 overtime win.
Beaufort High was unable to secure Bryce Lybrand’s first win as a head coach Friday, falling 37-21 at A.C. Flora.
Even with their star quarterback sidelined, Hilton Head Prep pulled away in the second half for a 37-27 win over visiting Memorial Day on Friday.
Football fans throughout the Palmetto State woke up like kids on Christmas morning today and found a big ol’ pile of presents waiting under the tree. But we can’t open them until tonight.
After an undefeated state championship season, Thomas Heyward knows it will have the proverbial target on its back in 2019. Finally, a fair fight, the Rebels say.