Beaufort High’s boys had five players score in double digits, including three who posted double-doubles, as the Eagles rallied from an early 15-point deficit to edge visiting Colleton County 74-71 on Friday.
Beaufort High’s Layla Warren knew she would get extra attention from opposing defenses in her senior season, because she’s the epitome of “make someone else beat you.” Now that her teammates have proven they can do that, the Layla Show is in full effect.
Whale Branch’s Jaylen Reeves knocked down two big shots in the final minute, and Palmetto Scholars missed the front end of three one-and-one opportunities down the stretch to allow the Warriors to escape with a 37-36 home win Friday.
The Whale Branch girls were able to knock off the rust before a huge matchup this weekend, beating visiting Palmetto Scholars 59-42 in a region matchup Friday.
It was their first game back from a near month-long break, but Hilton Head Prep’s boys came out Friday night looking in midseason form. JJ Hayes and Luke Foley recorded double-doubles, and the Dolphins cleaned up on the boards, rolling past the visiting Coastal Hurricanes 62-46.
Shannah Stewart caught fire in the second half, and the Coastal Hurricanes broke open a tight game to earn a 45-34 road win over Hilton Head Prep on Friday night.
May River’s wrestling team used seven pins to roll to a 61-15 win over a much-improved Bluffton team in the Hometown Showdown on Wednesday.
We never got to cover Alex Sherrill, but we'll make sure the Lowco never forgets him.
Colleton Prep’s girls were outmatched by unbeaten Patrick Henry on Tuesday, dropping a 70-33 home contest to the Patriots.
John Paul II's boys traveled to Savannah for a region matchup against Bethesda Academy, falling 74-51 to the Blazers on Tuesday.