The early signing period for sports other than football began Wednesday, and a number of student-athletes from around the Lowco made their college plans official by signing national letters of intent.
The May River girls golf team knew they had the talent to compete for a state title in their first season in Class 4A. They didn’t expect to do it with so little resistance.
After a dominant regular season, May River’s girls golf team flexed some postseason muscle Monday.
May River girls golf breezed to the Region 7-4A title with an impressive performance Monday at Chechessee Creek Club.
May River girls golf finished the regular season undefeated in Region 7-4A play after edging Hilton Head High by 10 shots in a five-team match at Pinecrest Golf Club on Thursday.
Hilton Head High’s girls golf team defeated region rivals Bluffton and Beaufort High to win a three-team match Tuesday at Olde Beaufort Golf Club.
Hilton Head Prep breezed to the SCISA girls golf state championship on Tuesday, firing a team score of 6-over-par 294 at the Country Club of Orangeburg to claim a 32-shot victory.
May River girls golf edged Hilton Head High by seven shots to win a four-team meet at Eagles’ Pointe on Thursday.
Hilton Head Prep’s girls golf team finished third and May River was seventh in a loaded 15-team field at the Women’s South Carolina Golf Association’s High School Invitational over the weekend at the Country Club of South Carolina.
Hilton Head High girls golf easily placed atop a four-team field Thursday at Patriots Point Links, firing a team score of 176 for a 40-shot win.