We’re just one week away from the start of the high school football playoffs, and the postseason picture has become nearly crystal clear. Three area teams have locked down region championships, and several others secured their spot in the dance this November. With another busy week behind us, here’s what we learned as our Lowco squads come down the stretch.
Hilton Head High’s hopes of earning a share of the region title evaporated — and they might have lost their star player for at least one game — in a 28-7 loss at James Island on Friday.
Three Lowco area teams wrapped up region titles, while others moved a step closer to clinching first-round home games in the playoffs during an exciting Week 9 of the high school football season.
Hilton Head High and May River both stormed into the second round of the SCHSL Class 4A girls tennis playoffs with 6-0 wins Thursday.
With just two weeks remaining in the high school football regular season, virtually every game on the slate has some sort of playoff implications, and some of them are huge. We have one region title on the line in Week 9, and several more teams are trying to keep their hopes of clinching a region crown alive, while others are fighting for higher seeds and home playoff games.
We work behind the scenes every week to compile high school football statistics from throughout the Lowco and compile a list of area leaders in an effort to further our mission of celebrating the successes of our area's teams and athletes.
We picked the top Players of the Week, handed out a few Helmet Stickers for strong performances, and picked a Team of the Week for Week 8 and a Game of the Week we’re looking forward to in Week 9. It’s everything you need to know to get ready for another week of high school football in the Lowco.
After a head-to-head win on the field, May River swiped Beaufort High's spot in the Class 4A top 10, and Whale Branch held steady at No. 5 in Class 1A in this week's S.C. Prep Football Media Poll.
The defending champs of SCHSL 4A girls golf are on a mission to run it back, and they proved it on the course Monday.
The Lowco will be well-represented in South Carolina’s biggest all-star football game this December. Five area standouts were selected Monday to play in the 2021 Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl, joining a list of 88 high school seniors across the state.