Thomas Heyward’s potent offense took a hit with the loss of quarterback Dietrich Shuford to a season-ending knee injury, but the Rebels still have plenty of weapons and a dominant defense. They proved it Friday with a 24-0 home win over Beaufort Academy.
Here’s your first glance at the action from around the Lowco in Week 5 of the high school football season. It’s the Lowco First Down.
Led by three stellar seventh-graders, John Paul II’s girls broke through for their first meet victory in six years, while Hilton Head Prep’s boys defended home turf in a SCISA cross country battle Thursday in Sea Pines.
Get ready for Week 5 of the high school football season with the LowcoSports Week 5 primer.
Each week throughout the high school football season, we’ll chase down the stats, check out the highlights, and round up our Players of the Week from around the Lowco, as well as an area Team of the Week and a preview of the upcoming Game of the Week in the Lowco Football Spotlight.
LowcoSports.com's Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr recap all the Week 4 high school football action from around the Lowco in the Lowco Pigskin Podcast.
Ryle Owens was doubted at every step of his basketball journey. He didn’t have a single offer after his high school career. In fact, he rode the bench up until his senior season. But that didn’t stop this determined young man from reaching his childhood dream: becoming a professional basketball player.
A two-week delay to make their home debut was worth the wait for the Beaufort Academy Eagles, who hit on all cylinders in their first action in three weeks, blasting visiting Northwood Academy 62-6 on Friday at Merritt Field.