May River posted its third consecutive shutout, rolling to a 47-0 win over visiting Ridgeland-Hardeeville on Friday.
Here’s your snapshot of the eight games on the local high school football slate in Week 7.
They are the big men fighting in the trenches, the defensive standouts, the two-way iron men, and the special teams contributors whose efforts often go unnoticed.
The list of players worthy of RBC Heritage Player of the Week consideration overflowed in Week 5, so we expanded the size of the pool. See who made the cut and vote for your favorite.
In a week marked by blowouts — 10 of the 11 games featuring local teams were decided by 21 points or more — it’s difficult to glean anything we didn’t already know, so it might seem like this week’s edition of Five Things I Think I Know isn’t exactly tip-toeing up to the precipice.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville had the lead at halftime, but Colleton County’s offense got going in the second half en route to a 38-6 victory.
Here's your primer for Week 5 of the high school football season.
Before we celebrate the Player of the Week, let’s shine a light on the guys who toiled in relative anonymity Friday night — the defensive standouts, offensive linemen, and specials teams contributors who play a critical role but don’t always get the glory.
It was a bit of a rough Friday night for Lowcountry teams in Week 4, as local teams posted a combined losing record.
Hilton Head High snapped a two-game skid with an impressive performance Friday, beating visiting Ridgeland-Hardeeville 38-6.