Every game has been a battle, but Beaufort High boys basketball is still standing tall atop Region 7-4A. Michael Dennison and Zyrin Odom posted double-doubles, and the Eagles took care of business at the foul line to hold off May River for a 74-66 home win Tuesday to stay perfect in region play.
With a statement road win on the line, Hilton Head High girls basketball coach Russell Raniszewski knew who to turn to. Sophomore Lynda Young drained a game-winning shot at the buzzer, and the Seahawks shocked James Island 46-44 on Tuesday to hand the Trojans their second straight Region 7-4A loss.
The postseason accolades continued to roll in for three Lowco football stars and a head coach Tuesday, as Whale Branch’s Xavier Chaplin, Wade Hampton’s Jamien Risher, and Beaufort High’s Alvin Wilson and head coach Bryce Lybrand were named to the prestigious 2021 South Carolina Football Coaches Association Palmetto Champions Team.
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We select our Starting Five of the top players of the week, along with a few standouts we’re keeping “in the rotation,” as well as a Team of the Week, and highlight the biggest game of the upcoming week. Here’s this week’s installment of the Lowco Girls Hoops Spotlight presented by 4M Metals.
We select our Starting Five of the top players of the week, along with a few standouts we’re keeping “in the rotation,” as well as a Team of the Week, and highlight the biggest game of the upcoming week. Here’s this week’s installment of the Lowco Boys Hoops Spotlight presented by Rogers Electric.
We’ve had the opportunity to watch our high school football players across the Lowco shine all year long, but there’s something special about the Blitz Border Bowl, especially for those standouts still hoping to find a home at the next level.
The No. 2 team in Class 2A was too much for Whale Branch boys basketball to handle for the second time in eight days, as Wade Hampton used a quick start and a career night from Brendon Brantley to cruise to a 58-43 road win Saturday in Seabrook.