Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls posted another impressive early-season victory Monday, holding off visiting Calvary Day for a 48-37 win.
May River's playoff push, the Jags' revival, and HHCA's girls hoops dominance highlight this week's edition of Coligny's "5 Things"
Eleven standouts from four area private schools will play in the SCISA North-South All-Star Football Games to be played Friday.
The honors continue to roll in for Hilton Head Christian Academy quarterback Hayden Shinn, who was one of eight players recognized as MaxPreps/USA Football Players of the Week following his performance in the SCISA 2A state championship game.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls posted another impressive win over a quality opponent Tuesday, winning 64-45 at Hammond School in Columbia.
THA's dominant defense, HHCA's "junkyard dogs," and the Lowco's cross country prowess headline "5 Things" this week.
The last pass of Hayden Shinn’s high school career was an interception. That doesn’t seem right.
After three hours of punch after punch thrown by Trinity-Byrnes and Hilton Head Christian Academy, Donovan Lambert crossed into the end zone in overtime to give the Titans the SCISA 2A title with a 55-49 win in a classic championship game Saturday at Benedict College’s Charles W. Johnson Stadium.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Ron Peduzzi and Thomas Heyward Academy’s Nic Shuford were busy this week preparing for their teams’ SCISA state championship games Saturday in Columbia, but that didn’t stop them from taking some time to help us break down the other teams’ matchups.
After a six-year absence, Hilton Head Christian Academy is back in the state championship game.