Ady O’ Grady delivered the Hilton Head High’s volleyball team a season for the ages. Now, she’s rewarded with the state’s highest individual volleyball honor.
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As we embark on a new year, and hopefully one that has little in common with the one we’re casting out, let’s take a moment to remember 2020, flaws and all, including links to some of our most popular stories of the year.
Whale Branch’s Jerry Hatcher was named the Coach of the Year and Jaylen Reeves was picked as the Co-Player of the Year on the All-Region 7-1A team announced last month. The Warriors placed nine players on the all-region football team and two more on the all-region volleyball squad.
The honors continue to roll in for Hilton Head High’s Class 4A state champion volleyball team, which swept the superlative awards and placed five players on the All-Region 7-4A team released this week.
The early signing period for sports other than football began Wednesday, and a number of student-athletes from around the Lowco made their college plans official by signing national letters of intent.
In a season unlike any we’ve seen, they came together, fought, and persevered like never before. And now they’re coming home state champions.
It may have seemed like a far-fetched dream earlier this year, but as the ball hit the floor on match point Monday night, that dream came true. This team of destiny is on to the state finals.
After an early scare, Hilton Head High battled back to defeat South Aiken in four sets Thursday, clinching their spot in the 4A Lower State finals.
Hilton Head High’s quest for a Class 4A volleyball title got off to a roaring start Tuesday, as the Seahawks breezed past Myrtle Beach in a three-set sweep in the first round of the state playoffs.