A selection of photos from Bluffton High School's 51-22 win over Whale Branch on Friday.
We’re at the midpoint of the high school football season, which means the stakes are higher from here on out. It also means we’re starting to get enough of a sample size to really have a feel for who can contend for region titles – or more – as we head into October.
The Hilton Head Island High School girls swept the top five places in a dominant performance and Bluffton High School’s boys placed five runners in the top nine to claim the team titles at the Beaufort County Cross Country Championships on Saturday.
The Hilton Head Island High School boys cross country team skipped the Beaufort County Championships this weekend in search of stronger competition – but they still were hardly challenged.
Concerns about the Bluffton High School football team’s offense were premature.
Deshawn Epps accounted for 365 total yards and scored six touchdowns and Beaufort Academy turned in a dominant defensive effort in a 55-18 win over visiting Calhoun Academy.
May River High School went toe-to-toe with the No. 5 team in Class 3A, losing 28-27 at Manning.
Daniel Harrington threw two touchdown passes and John Burke threw one as Hilton Head Christian held off visiting Northwood Academy for a 28-14 win to open SCISA Region 1-2A play.
Collin Kaiser threw six touchdown passes, including four to Sterling White, as Hilton Head Island High School blew out Ridgeland-Hardeeville.
Quarterback Jordan Gwyn rushed for three touchdowns in regulation and Trey Boothe added a rushing score in overtime to lead Battery Creek and first-year coach Walter Wilson to a win over his former team.