Despite sending a steady stream of players to the next level in recent years, Whale Branch football keeps reloading, and the Warriors hope to do the same this season.
The first season under a new coach can bring a mix of excitement and trepidation, but if all goes well in year one, the second campaign is pure energy. That’s the case at Ridgeland-Hardeeville, where a late surge in Will Lampkin’s debut season leading the Jaguars has interest and expectations running high going into year two.
The evolution of Beaufort High football continues with the Eagles’ entering a second consecutive season with a new head coach, and after a rare losing campaign a year ago, first-time head coach Bryce Lybrand has made it a focal point to incentivize giving maximum effort.
With a three-game winning streak to end the regular season a year ago, Hilton Head Prep turned a forgettable season into one the Dolphins didn’t want to see end.
John Paul II’s volleyball team opened its season with a 3-1 win over Charleston Collegiate on Monday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s volleyball team swept a tri-match Monday, beating visiting South Effingham and Colleton Prep.
A hulking presence at 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, Battery Creek senior Padric Payne has a confession. He’s the second-smallest starter on the Dolphins’ offensive line.
It’s not quite starting over, but for a young program that just completed a rapid climb to state championship contender, this season feels like a new beginning of sorts for the John Paul II football team.
Hilton Head High football coach B.J. Payne likens last season to “Last Chance U.,” the documentary series that follows the trials of a junior college football program.
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