Beaufort High School’s McKenzie Daniel and Bluffton High School’s Rachel Riley earned All-State honors by finishing in the top 10 at the SCHSL State Singles Tournament.
You might have “runner’s knee,” but you don’t have to be a runner to get it. Your pain may have been dubbed “moviegoer’s knee” even if you prefer other forms of entertainment.
Longtime coach Mark Clifford has stepped down from his position as head football coach at Beaufort High School.
The ranks of the Lowcountry high school football teams still in the hunt for a state title shrunk considerably Friday, as five of the nine local teams who made the playoffs bowed out in the first round, and it could have been worse. Three of the four local winners prevailed by six points or fewer – and the six-point margin was in overtime.
The May River girls cross country team claimed a runner-up finish and Bluffton was third at the SCHSL Class 3A state championships Saturday at Sandhills Research Center in Columbia.
Two dynasties continued Saturday at the SCHSL Class 4A cross country championships at Sandhills Research Center.
Whale Branch erased an early 18-point deficit to rally for a 30-27 win over visiting Buford on Friday in the first round of the SCHSL Class 2A playoffs.
Beaufort Academy rode a dominant defensive performance to the first playoff win in program history, routing Holly Hill Academy 43-6 in the first round of the SCISA 8-Man Division I playoffs Friday.
Bluffton put together a game-winning touchdown drive and a defensive stop in the final minutes to escape with a 22-21 win over visiting Hanahan on Friday in the first round of the SCHSL Class 3A playoffs.
May River pushed another top team to the brink, but the Sharks’ season ended with a 12-10 loss at Timberland on Friday in the first round of the SCHSL Class 3A playoffs.