Another week of the high school football season is in the rearview mirror, and while there weren’t any terribly surprising outcomes, a few of the scores were eyebrow-raising.
John Paul II got off to a disastrous start and never recovered in a 59-12 loss at Bethesda Academy on Friday.
Hilton Head High snapped a two-game skid with an impressive performance Friday, beating visiting Ridgeland-Hardeeville 38-6.
For the first few series Friday night at Thomas Heyward Academy, the tension was building.
Hilton Head Christian Academy clicked on both sides of the ball Friday at St. Andrew’s, cruising to a 39-13 win over the Lions.
Beaufort High’s defense could only stand strong so long against Georgia powerhouse Valdosta in a 44-7 road loss Friday.
Beaufort Academy was a two-point conversion away from tying the game in the third quarter, but Holly Hill Academy reeled off 24 unanswered points to hand the Eagles a 40-14 loss Friday.
May River faced its most resistance so far this season, but the Sharks were able to wear down visiting Colleton County and stay undefeated with a 31-6 win Friday.
Bluffton went toe-to-toe with Class 4A No. 6 Hartsville for the first half Friday, but the Red Foxes pulled away for a 56-21 win over the visiting Bobcats.
Hilton Head Prep took a lead into the fourth quarter but couldn’t hang on Friday, losing 13-8 to visiting Orangeburg Prep to open region play.