Hilton Head Island High School received top statewide honors for its athletic programs again in 2017-18, topping the S.C. Athletic Administrators Association’s Carlisle Cup standings for the eighth consecutive year.
Three days after helping Hilton Head High’s boys' tennis team win the state championship, Seahawks senior Matt Oliver added an individual state title.
May River finished its second season of competition with a runner-up finish at the Class 3A boys golf state tournament played Monday and Tuesday at Cross Creek Plantation in Seneca.
A one-time dynasty rose again Saturday in Columbia, as Beaufort High’s boys claimed the Class 4A track & field championship – the 14th state championship in program history, but the first since 1990.
May River’s girls finished second and claimed two individual titles at the Class 3A track & field championships Saturday in Columbia.
Eight area players were named to the S.C. High School Soccer Coaches’ Association’s All-State Teams released Wednesday.
Bluffton’s Ricky Weathers earned individual medalist honors and May River finished second in the team standings at the Class 3A Lower State boys golf meet Monday.
Four area schools competed in the Class 3A Lower State track & field qualifier Saturday at Battery Creek and sent numerous athletes through to the state meet.
After 75 minutes of a scoreless deadlock, Bishop England’s Henry Loor scored twice in the waning minutes Saturday to end May River’s season in the Class 3A Lower State semifinals.
May River’s boys set a program-record for goals in a 14-1 rout of Swansea in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs Thursday.