May River’s boys won the team title and Owen Andrews captured the individual crown in the Class 3A Lower State cross country qualifier Saturday in Darlington.
There was no hangover from a disappointing regular-season finale for May River on Friday. The Sharks were full speed ahead.
There is only one word in the English language that evokes both excitement and images of former NFL coach Jim Mora: PLAYOFFS!?!?
Results from the final S.C. Prep Football Media Poll of the season. Voting is conducted by media members who regularly cover high school football in the state. First-place votes in parentheses.
We reset the clocks over the weekend and now it’s time to reset the clock on the high school football season. But time is running out.
One area team is still waiting to find out who it will face in the first round of the postseason, but eight others can now map out their paths to the state championship.
May River knew what was coming. Heck, the Sharks’ coaches were practically calling Wade Hampton’s plays from the sideline. They just couldn’t stop the Red Devils’ powerful rushing attack.
Playoff seeding is on the line in tonight’s high school football games, and some of the playoff scenarios are pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty confusing, so we’re here to help sort them out.
Please stand clear of the doors. Por favor manténgase alejado de las puertas. This is the end of the road for some.
We had an impressive list of nominees in Week 9, but only one can be the RBC Heritage Player of the Week.