Hilton Head High’s offense came up short against a stellar Jenkins front on Saturday night, suffering a 28-6 defeat to the Warriors in Savannah.
May River didn’t want to waste a Friday night in this uncertain football season, so when the Sharks’ road game at Ridge View fell victim to COVID-19 protocols early in the week, they went looking for an opponent.
After an impressive 4-0 start, Friday’s trip to The Citadel to face Oceanside Collegiate seemed like the biggest hurdle between Beaufort High and a perfect regular season. The Landsharks tripped up the Eagles, using six turnovers — including two they returned for touchdowns in the fourth quarter to seal a 31-17 win and hand Beaufort its first loss.
Colleton Prep couldn’t keep up with a confident and explosive Dorchester Academy squad Friday, falling to the Raiders on the road 25-6 to begin region play.
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.
Dropped passes in the end zone. Costly penalties. A clutch field goal. It all added up to a stinging home defeat to a gritty Wade Hampton team for the Bluffton Bobcats on Friday night.
After falling to the mat last week against the Bluffton Bobcats, Thomas Heyward got right back up in Sea Pines on Friday, stymying Hilton Head Prep 32-7 to hand the Dolphins their first loss of the season.
The atmosphere was electric for the Hilton Head Christian Academy football team’s debut on its new home campus in Bluffton, and the Eagles rose to meet the moment.
Round 2 of Region 7-1A play looked a lot like the first round for Whale Branch, which rolled to a 34-0 home win over Military Magnet on Friday in Seabrook.
When John Paul II last took the field back in Week 0 at Hilton Head Prep, the Golden Warriors were without two-way standout Mark Knight. It turns out he makes a difference.