We select an offensive and defensive player of the week, as well as a Team of the Week, and highlight the biggest game of the upcoming week in this week’s installment of the Lowco Girls Hoops Spotlight presented by 4M Metals.
Ady O’ Grady delivered the Hilton Head High’s volleyball team a season for the ages. Now, she’s rewarded with the state’s highest individual volleyball honor.
Hilton Head Prep’s girls stumbled out of the gate and couldn’t recover in a 42-25 loss to visiting St. Vincent’s Academy on Saturday.
Rashard Baker’s last-second 3-point attempt rattled off the back iron and Oceanside Collegiate grabbed the loose ball to finish off a hard-fought 55-51 win at Battery Creek on Friday, handing the Dolphins their first loss of the season.
The Battery Creek girls basketball team held their own against a deep Oceanside Collegiate team for three quarters, but only having six players caught up to the Dolphins in a 55-39 loss to the Landsharks at the Palace on Friday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys couldn’t overcome a sluggish start in a 70-53 loss at Memorial Day on Saturday in Savannah.
The Whale Branch boys keep finding ways to win. The Warriors did it again Saturday, earning a 44-41 overtime victory over visiting Cross to improve to 3-0 in region play.
The Whale Branch girls rose to the challenge of a Class 1A top-10 matchup Saturday, as the fourth-ranked Warriors rolled to a 59-43 home win over No. 9 Cross in a pivotal Region 7-1A matchup.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys rallied from an early 12-point deficit to escape Savannah with a 47-45 overtime win at Bethesda Academy in a region matchup Saturday afternoon.
John Paul II’s boys beat back a challenge from a scrappy Colleton Prep squad Friday and pulled away in the second half for a 63-43 home win.