Hilton Head Prep boys basketball ran into a red-hot Pinewood Prep team Friday in Charleston, as the Panthers drained 11 3-pointers in an 88-62 victory to send the visiting Dolphins to their first loss.
Hilton Head Prep girls basketball blitzed Pinewood Prep from the opening tip Friday, winning 55-21 on the road.
Colleton County boys basketball suffered its first loss of the season Friday, falling 63-45 at home to Woodland. Mykeem Gant scored 16 points for the Cougars, but the rest of the offense had a tough night as Colleton fell behind 34-20 at halftime and couldn’t make up the margin. Jahmari Washington added seven points, and Kenny Hand had six for the Cougars. Colleton County (1-1) travels to Battery Creek on Saturday.
Kiara Wilson embraced her teammates as the clock read zeroes and Battery Creek overcame a late deficit to defeat crosstown rival Whale Branch 36-32 on Friday night at the Palace.
May River’s boys suffered their first loss of the season Friday night, falling 62-49 at Effingham County.
Morgan Scott dominated with 23 points, and May River’s girls used a stellar second half Friday to defeat Effingham County 49-31 on the road.
JaShawn Gillison put up 16 points, and Whale Branch’s defense dominated down the stretch Friday to top Battery Creek on the road 48-36.
Thomas Heyward’s boys were down two key starters on Friday night, but the Rebels found a way to stay unbeaten with a 69-60 home win over Patrick Henry Academy.
The South squad anchored by standouts from throughout the Lowco couldn’t overcome six turnovers in a 28-19 to the North team in the SCISA North-South All-Star Game on Friday at Heathwood Hall.
Notre Dame-bound Hilton Head High star Jaylen Sneed was named the Player of the Year and region champion May River coach Rodney Summers earned Coach of the Year honors on the All-Region 7-4A football team released this week.