We’re at the midpoint of the high school football season, which means the stakes are higher from here on out. It also means we’re starting to get enough of a sample size to really have a feel for who can contend for region titles – or more – as we head into October.
The Hilton Head Island High School girls swept the top five places in a dominant performance and Bluffton High School’s boys placed five runners in the top nine to claim the team titles at the Beaufort County Cross Country Championships on Saturday.
J.R. Patterson rushed for three touchdowns and Logan Thomas ran for two scores and passed for another to lead Thomas Heyward to a 42-20 win over visiting John Paul II in a clash of Jasper County private-school rivals.
Final scores from Week 6 of the high school football season:
Area high school football statistical leaders through Week 5:
The first day of fall is upon us, and that means we’re approaching the mid-point of the high school football season. It’s the final week of non-region play for area public schools, while SCISA teams already face big region matchups this week.
The Beaufort Academy volleyball team capped a perfect week with a victory over John Paul II on Thursday, winning 3-1 (25-21, 21-25, 25-15, 25-20).
The John Paul II volleyball team dropped the first two sets before rallying for a five-set win over Hilton Head Prep on Wednesday.
The votes are in for the RBC Heritage High School Football Player of the Week, and we’ve drawn two conclusions from the results:
The Beaufort Academy girls tennis team won five of six singles matches to claim a 5-4 win over John Paul II on Tuesday.