With the launch of a new podcast this month, as well as two state championship football games to plan coverage for, a slew of college signings, and preparations underway for basketball season, it took a little longer than usual to gather my thoughts this week.
Ten Hilton Head High student-athletes representing five different sports signed national letters of intent Thursday to formalize their plans to play at the next level.
Just weeks after helping to lead Beaufort Academy to the SCISA 1A state championship, volleyball standout McCayla Willingham signed a national letter-of-intent Wednesday to continue her career at Lander University.
The Lowcountry will be well-represented Saturday at the SCISA North-South All-Star Volleyball Games at Wilson Hall in Sumter.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s state championship dreams once again were dashed in the SCISA 2A volleyball finals, as the Eagles lost to perennial power Spartanburg Christian in the title match for the second year in a row.
Hilton Head High swept into the third round of the Class 4A volleyball playoffs with a convincing win over visiting Aiken on Tuesday.
Beaufort High volleyball saw its season end in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs Tuesday with a loss to defending state champion North Myrtle Beach.
May River volleyball continued its trek into uncharted territory with a sweep of Aynor in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs Monday.
Conventional wisdom says it’s tough to beat a good team three times in a season, or so the saying goes. Nobody told the Beaufort Academy volleyball team.
Hilton Head Christian Academy and Beaufort Academy each will play for SCISA volleyball state titles this week after advancing to the finals Friday and Saturday at the Myrtle Beach Sports Center.