Football fans throughout the Palmetto State woke up like kids on Christmas morning today and found a big ol’ pile of presents waiting under the tree. But we can’t open them until tonight.
After an undefeated state championship season, Thomas Heyward knows it will have the proverbial target on its back in 2019. Finally, a fair fight, the Rebels say.
Although no one claimed a state title, it was a banner year for area high school baseball teams, thanks in large part to the members of the second annual All-Lowco Baseball Team.
The Lowcountry hasn’t always been considered one of the stronger parts of the Palmetto State for softball talent, but that might be changing thanks to the star-studded lineup that makes up the second annual All-Lowco Softball Team.
All five area private-school football teams received votes, with four earning top-five rankings and two ranked first in their classifications, in the preseason SCISA Prep Football Media Poll released Friday.
Hilton Head Prep swept the top honors and earned four spots on the SCISA Region 1-2A All-Region baseball team.
Hilton Head Prep scored 12 runs in the seventh inning to rally for a 13-5 victory at Thomas Heyward on Thursday and lock up the SCISA Region 1-2A title.
Alexis Ortiz struck out 15 in a two-hit shutout as Battery Creek blanked Thomas Heyward 9-0 in a clash of area softball powers Wednesday.
Danielle Dudley struck out seven in a no-hitter as Thomas Heyward Academy routed John Paul II 17-0 on Tuesday.
Thomas Heyward Academy kept pace in the SCISA Region 1-2A race with a 13-8 home win over Hilton Head Christian Academy on Monday.