Host May River had seven wrestlers advance to the championship semifinals and Battery Creek put five through to the semifinals on the first day of the Class 3A Lower State Championship on Friday.
Beaufort High put 10 wrestlers through to the championship semifinals on the first day of the Class 4A Lower State Championships on Friday at Bluffton High School.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls were dominant from the outset in a 62-21 win over Calhoun Academy in the first round of the SCISA 2A state tournament Friday in Sumter.
Hilton Head High’s girls got off to a cold start and couldn’t recover against a strong Myrtle Beach team Friday, losing 62-12 in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs.
Beaufort Academy’s girls breezed into the second round of the SCISA 1A state tournament with a 59-33 win over Holly Hill Academy on Friday.
May River’s girls continued their surge into uncharted territory for the three-year-old school Thursday, advancing to the third round of the Class 3A playoffs with a 36-32 win over visiting Strom Thurmond.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s girls couldn’t overcome losing All-State forward Marlaysia Westbrook to a knee injury in the first quarter, losing 40-30 at Swansea in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs Thursday.
Beaufort High’s Ron Lanham was named the Coach of the Year and three wrestlers shared Wrestler of the Year honors in the Region 7-4A awards announced Thursday.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys, Hilton Head Christian Academy’s girls, and Beaufort Academy’s girls all were awarded No. 1 seeds, and five other area teams will join them in the SCISA state tournaments beginning Friday and Saturday. HHP’s boys take a 21-game winning streak and a No. 1 seed into the 2A state tournament and will … Continue reading HSBB: SCISA State Tourneys Begin Friday, Saturday
Hilton Head Prep’s boys swept the top honors and Hilton Head Christian Academy and John Paul II split the top girls awards in the SCISA Region 1 All-Region voting announced this week.