Whale Branch climbed one spot to No. 5 in Class 1A and Beaufort High held strong at No. 8 in Class 4A in the latest S.C. Prep Media Football Poll released Tuesday. May River and Hilton Head High also received votes for the Class 4A poll.
After a dominant regular season, May River’s girls golf team flexed some postseason muscle Monday.
Check out a selection of intern Brooke Simons' photos from Hilton Head High's 24-10 Region 7-4A win over visiting James Island on Friday.
Check out a selection of our photos from Hilton Head Christian Academy's 42-14 home win over John Paul II on Friday.
Hilton Head Prep needed a road win to stop the bleeding of a five-game losing streak and stay in the SCISA Class 2A playoff picture, and the Dolphins delivered Friday, smashing Northwood Academy 52-6.
The Beaufort High Eagles continued their dominant play on both sides of the ball in a 47-7 win over the visiting Bluffton Bobcats on Friday.
BJ Payne was looking for some new answers on defense this year. It’s safe to say he’s found them now. On the strength of a tremendous defensive effort, the Hilton Head High Seahawks overwhelmed the visiting James Island Trojans on Friday, forcing six turnovers and a safety en route to an enormous 24-10 region victory.
The Blackshear-Peduzzi Express took a series to get up to speed Friday night, but once it got going, there was no stopping it.
The Cinderella story of SCISA Class 1A was shattered Friday night, as two-time defending state champion Thomas Heyward Academy abruptly ended St. John’s Christian’s undefeated campaign with a resounding 41-6 road win.
Whale Branch spoiled Senior Night at Cross on Friday and walked away with the Region 7-1A title in the process, beating the Trojans 33-14.