Legendary Hilton Head High cross country coach Bill Wrightson died Wednesday after a battle with cancer. LowcoSports sends its condolences to the Wrightson family and the hundreds of men and women who have lost their coach and mentor.
For many teams, this is the end of the road, whether it comes in the form of a crushing playoff defeat or one last shot to claim bragging rights and end a highly unusual season on a high note.
The early signing period for sports other than football began Wednesday, and a number of student-athletes from around the Lowco made their college plans official by signing national letters of intent.
Hilton Head High returned from a two-week quarantine to suffer its first defeat in an abbreviated season, falling 34-13 at Colleton County on Friday.
We'll have full recaps and multimedia coverage throughout the weekend, but here's your first look at the high school football action from SCHSL Week 7 and the first round of the SCISA playoffs.
Hilton Head High’s girls came up one point short of a Class 4A cross country title on Thursday in Columbia, losing by the narrowest of margins to new Region 7-4A rival James Island at the SCHSL Cross Country Championships at Sandhill Research Center.
An unusual high school football season deserves an unusual ending, and the final Friday of the SCHSL regular season will deliver that in the Lowco.
In a season unlike any we’ve seen, they came together, fought, and persevered like never before. And now they’re coming home state champions.
It may have seemed like a far-fetched dream earlier this year, but as the ball hit the floor on match point Monday night, that dream came true. This team of destiny is on to the state finals.
Beaufort High’s boys and Hilton Head High’s girls won their races, and three other boys teams and two additional girls teams from the Lowco also qualified for the SCHSL Class 4A Cross Country Championships at the state qualifying races Friday in Chapin.