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LowcoSports.com's editorial staff crunched the numbers and consulted with area coaches to honor the area's best players from the 2021 season with the first-ever All-Lowco Girls Lacrosse Team presented by Keith Funeral & Cremation Services.
LowcoSports.com's editorial staff crunched the numbers and consulted with area coaches to honor the area's best players from the 2021 season with the first-ever All-Lowco Boys Lacrosse Team presented by Station 300 Bluffton.
May River boys lacrosse saw its postseason run end Sunday, dropping a 12-8 home contest to Christ Church Episcopal in the SCHSL 4A quarterfinals.
Anna Ferrebee scored six goals for the second game in a row, Brooke Simons set the tone with her dominance in the draw circle, and Hilton Head High girls lacrosse blitzed AC Flora 14-8 at home to advance to the SCHSL Class 4A semifinals.
Beaufort High girls lacrosse wrapped up the first winning season in program history with a 27-11 home loss to a strong Greenville High squad in the first round of the SCHSL Class 4A playoffs on Wednesday.
Hilton Head High embraced the underdog role and put up a fight, but No. 2 seed May River held off the Seahawks’ best effort for an 11-7 home win Wednesday in the first round of the SCHSL Class 4A boys lacrosse playoffs.
The playoffs are where stars are born, and Anna Ferrebee rose to the occasion on Wednesday night. The junior standout couldn’t be stopped, scoring six goals to lead Hilton Head High girls lacrosse to a 13-9 victory over visiting Philip Simmons in the first round of the SCHSL Class 4A playoffs.
The SCHSL lacrosse playoff brackets are set, and four area girls teams and two boys squads from the Lowco are ready to take their best shot at a state championship run.
Hilton Head High girls lacrosse made a strong statement heading into the playoffs by crushing visiting Effingham County 16-4 on Tuesday.