The final Friday night of the 2022 high school football regular season did not disappoint, with region title clashes and Lowco-on-Lowco rivalries around the South Carolina Lowcountry. Here’s everything you need to know about what went down in Week 10. It’s Lowco First Down.
Holy Trinity swept the Class 2A team titles and Daniel Reedy capped off his career with an individual crown, and Cross Schools captured the Class 1A girls title at the SCISA Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Heathwood Hall in Columbia.
The regular season is over, and the playoffs are on deck. Beaufort, Estill, Thomas Heyward and Beaufort Academy wrapped up region titles Friday night, while May River, Bluffton, HHCA, and Colleton Prep went into the postseason on a high note with big wins. Here’s a look at the scores from around the Lowco in Week 10 of the 2022 high school football season.
Jaiden Jones rushed for 174 yards and two touchdowns Friday, powering the May River Sharks to a 14-7 home victory over the Bluffton Bobcats to maintain their grasp on the No. 2 seed in Region 7-4A.
We’ll have more coverage throughout the weekend, and you can get reports and highlights from around the Lowcountry by watching the replay of Lowco Pigskin Live, but here’s a quick glance at the Lowco scoreboard in Week 9 of the high school football season.
Beaufort High’s Kacy Fields and Colton Phares, May River’s Jaiden Jones and Darrion Perry, and Bluffton’s Jaylin Linder were selected Wednesday for the 75th annual Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl, showcasing the top senior talent in South Carolina in a North vs. South all-star clash.
Devonte Green crossed the goal line on fourth-and-inches with 40 seconds left, and Beaufort Academy rallied late Friday to edge Thomas Heyward 31-27 for the program’s first-ever 11-man win over the Rebels.
Week 8 of the high school football season is in the books with some thrilling games that went down to the wire. We’ll have more coverage coming throughout the weekend and on Monday with Lowco ‘Lights, but here’s your look at the scores and what lies ahead in Week 9.
May River’s girls led the Lowco contingent with a fourth-place finish at the SCHSL Class 4A swimming championships, and Hilton Head’s girls took sixth overall while the Seahawk boys placed 10th on Friday at the University of South Carolina.