The great Vin Scully, when noting a player was listed as "day to day," once quipped, "Aren't we all?" It has never been more true than this moment, when the high school football season — like most everything else — is hanging by a thread in the midst of a pandemic. Just ask the Hilton Head High Seahawks.
Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you ready for the Friday (and Thursday) Night Lights in the Lowco, with previews of all the games around the Lowco in SCHSL Week 5, plus breaking news of Hilton Head High's football team being quarantined for two weeks.
Laiani McCullough collected 11 kills, Caroline Malphrus served up six aces and Emonee Johnson added four blocks as Battery Creek volleyball swept a tri-match against visiting Whale Branch and Woodland on Tuesday at the Palace.
We'll have full recaps and multimedia coming throughout the weekend, including video highlights, photo galleries, and recap podcasts, but here's your first look at the high school football action from around the Lowco in SCHSL Week 4 and SCISA Week 8.
Laiani McCullough collected 16 kills and Caroline Malphrus added 12 as the Battery Creek volleyball team defeated visiting Wade Hampton 3-2 for Senior Night in a non-region match Tuesday at the Palace.
The Lowco Pod Squad of Justin Jarrett, Wes Kerr, and Carlo Perruzza gets you ready for the Friday Night Lights with previews of all the S.C. High School League football games featuring Lowco teams in Week 4. Hear their thoughts and predictions for Battery Creek at Oceanside Collegiate, Bluffton at Beaufort High, May River at Colleton County, James Island at Hilton Head High, and Whale Branch at Cross.
Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr break down all the high school football action from around the Lowco in SCHSL Week 3, including big wins for Hilton Head High, Whale Branch, and Beaufort High, and name their Players of the Week.
Battery Creek put up a fight at home Friday, but penalties and mounting injuries were too much to overcome in a 21-7 loss to Bishop England.
Here’s your first look at SCHSL Week 3 and SCISA Week 7 with the Lowco First Down.
Even though we’re only two weeks into the season, the compacted S.C. High School League schedule and condensed playoff format means we’re starting to see the playoff picture develop, and winning is the only way to stay in it. Here's our SCHSL Week 3 primer.