The honors continue to pile up for May River’s Ryan Humel, who on Friday was named the Class 3A Wrestler of the Year by the S.C. Wrestling Coaches Association.
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May River’s Ryan Humel became the first individual state champion in the program’s three-year history by winning the Class 3A 182-pound title at the SCHSL State Wrestling Championships in Anderson.
Three Beaufort County wrestlers will compete for state titles on Saturday after winning their first two matches at the SCHSL State Championships on Friday in Anderson.
Nearly 15 years after opening its doors, Bluffton High School is ready to establish its Athletics Hall of Fame.
May River’s Ryan Humel and Battery Creek’s Syncere Atkins have been selected to compete in the 2019 Best Western North-South All-Star Classic on March 1-2 at North Myrtle Beach High School.
Whale Branch will send three wrestlers to the Class 2A/1A State Championships next weekend after the trio placed in the top four in their weight classes at the Lower State Championships on Saturday at Timberland High School.
May River’s Ryan Humel and Roderick Grant and Battery Creek’s Syncere Atkins won individual titles to lead the local wrestling contingent at the Class 3A Lower State Championships, which wrapped up Saturday at May River High School.
Beaufort High qualified nine wrestlers for next week’s Class 4A State Championships and claimed the team title at the Lower State Championship on Saturday at Bluffton High School.
Host May River had seven wrestlers advance to the championship semifinals and Battery Creek put five through to the semifinals on the first day of the Class 3A Lower State Championship on Friday.