The big names and the big-time college offers were all on one side of the 2nd annual Blitz Border Bowl, leading most folks to believe the Coastal Empire stars would once again handle their Lowcountry counterparts with ease.
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The 2018 high school football season is in the rear-view mirror, and it’s time to recognize the area’s best with the R Bar & Grill All-Lowco Football Team.
The first day of the NCAA’s early signing period for football was mostly quiet across the Lowcountry on Wednesday, but it was a big day for two Whale Branch stars.
The Blitz Border Bowl, an all-star football game pitting the top players from the South Carolina Lowcountry against the stars of the Georgia Coastal Empire, will return for a second year.
Former Hilton Head High standout Poona Ford made his first career start Sunday in the Seattle Seahawks’ 43-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
The awards have started to roll in for Thomas Heyward following an undefeated season that culminated with a SCISA 1A state championship.
Eleven area players and one coach have been selected to take part in the SCISA North-South All-Star Football Games this weekend.
May River’s magical season came to a close with a 38-2 road loss to defending state champion Dillon on Friday.
With the SCISA state championships out of the way, May River is the last Lowco team standing — and if the Sharks win tonight, they will be standing tall, indeed.