We scoured the archives for the top local sports stories of 2018, and you helped us pick the top 10. Here they are.
May River’s boys and girls cross country teams each finished third in Class 3A at the SCHSL State Championships on Saturday in Columbia.
Hilton Head High’s girls cross country team raced to a second consecutive runner-up finish in Class 4A at the SCHSL State Championships on Saturday in Columbia.
Hilton Head High’s boys cross country team claimed its sixth consecutive state championship – and its ninth in the past 10 years – on Saturday in Columbia.
Holy Trinity Classical Christian School captured its fourth cross country state championship in three years when the Lions claimed the 1A boys title at the SCISA State Championships on Saturday in Columbia.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls and Holy Trinity Classical Christian School’s boys claimed SCISA Region 4-2A titles on Thursday in Sea Pines.
Hilton Head Prep will induct six student-athletes and two coaches into its Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Friday, Sept. 28.
May River’s girls and Beaufort High’s boys won the team titles at the Beaufort Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Habersham Village.
Hilton Head High’s girls finished 10th among 28 teams in the International Division of the Coaches Classic on Saturday in Columbia.
Hilton Head High’s Sam Gilman claimed another high-profile win and led the Seahawks’ boys cross country team to a team title Saturday at the Coaches Classic in Columbia.