Former Lowco football stars are competing for college programs across the country. It takes incredible dedication to make it to that next level, and our young men have committed themselves to put in the work. Here are just a few of our former stars that are showing out on Saturday afternoons.
With just a game left before the start of region play, Rodney Summers urged his May River Sharks to elevate their play. On a Friday night in the Tank against menacing Class 5A Blythewood, his team rose to the challenge.
The Red Devils scored the go-ahead touchdown with 26 seconds left to stun visiting Hilton Head High 28-24 on Friday, as Jamian Risher scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and connected with Robert Clark for a pair of scores, offsetting three touchdown runs from Seahawks star Jaylen Sneed.
Just as the Whale Branch Warriors put one hand firmly on the Region 7-1A title Friday, it suddenly slipped away from their grasp.
After a sloppy performance a week ago, Hilton Head Prep coach Dave Adams needed the ground game to step up against Bethesda Academy. The offensive line got the job done — and so did Loncelle Daley.
The Jace Blackshear show went on the road Friday, as Hilton Head Christian Academy’s star quarterback opened the scoring with a long touchdown run and tossed TD passes to three different receivers to highlight the Eagles’ 49-7 win at Colleton Prep.
Thomas Heyward’s potent offense took a hit with the loss of quarterback Dietrich Shuford to a season-ending knee injury, but the Rebels still have plenty of weapons and a dominant defense. They proved it Friday with a 24-0 home win over Beaufort Academy.
Here’s your first glance at the action from around the Lowco in Week 5 of the high school football season. It’s the Lowco First Down.
Hilton Head Prep volleyball rallied for a road win Thursday, defeating Thomas Heyward in four sets.
Mari Kalvatn scored the game’s only goal in the 31st minute, lifting USCB women’s soccer to a 1-0 home victory over Brewton-Parker on Thursday at Fin Land Field.