Hilton Head High volleyball completed its perfect run through Region 7-4A on Thursday, sweeping May River on the road.
Hilton Head’s boys and May River’s girls bested their county rivals on the trails Thursday, claiming both the team and individual titles at the 2021 Beaufort County Cross Country Championship in Bluffton.
Another week of high school football is in the books, and it might have been the most exciting one yet this season. We saw a captivating rivalry game, a shocker in a first-place region showdown, and a bunch of phenomenal individual performances. Let’s take a look around the Lowco and see what we learned in Week 8.
The underdogs absorbed a couple of early punches and fought back with a flurry of big plays as May River went into the Eagles’ Nest on Friday and unseated two-time defending region champion Beaufort High with a 24-21 victory that puts the Sharks in the driver’s seat in Region 7-4A.
SCISA Region 1-1A took its best swing at Thomas Heyward, but the Rebels still reign. Thomas Heyward all but assured itself of another region title Friday, routing top challenger St. John’s Christian 34-7 in Ridgeland. The Rebels’ only remaining regular-season games are against Bethesda Academy and Greenwood Christian, the teams at the bottom of the … Continue reading HSFB: Rebels take care of Cavs, maintain region dominance
Loncelle Daley’s monster season reached the 1,000-yard mark in a four-touchdown performance, and Hilton Head Prep locked down its SCISA 2A playoff berth in style Friday with a 62-6 home thumping of Northwood Academy.
Whale Branch took care of business in the first of two non-region tune-ups before the Class 1A playoffs, routing Estill 56-6 on the road Friday night.
Beaufort Academy has been eyeing a matchup with Hilton Head Christian Academy all season, and the Eagles made sure it will be a big one, remaining unbeaten in region play with a 43-6 home rout of Orangeburg Prep on Friday.
For the third straight season, the Bridge Bowl trophy belongs to the Hilton Head High Seahawks.