The Lowcountry high school football playoffs at a glance:
Two standout golfers and one soccer star from Hilton Head Christian Academy signed letters of intent Wednesday to compete at the next level.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s postseason was short-lived, as the Eagles lost 49-19 to visiting Florence Christian in the first round of the SCISA 2A playoffs Friday.
While we still have a couple of lingering non-region games to take care of tonight, the spotlight will be on the opening round of the SCISA playoffs, and all five private school teams in the LowcoSports coverage area are in action.
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.
Playoff seeding controversy, surging Hilton Head Prep, and what to expect in the postseason. Here are Five Things I Think I Know after Week 10:
Hilton Head Prep stunned rival Hilton Head Christian Academy 35-19 on Friday — and was awarded the top seed in the SCISA Class 2A playoffs as a result.
Playoff seeding and region titles are on the line, along with several big rivalry games. Here's your Week 10 Lowcountry high school football primer.
We call them the Unsung Heroes, and here they are for Week 9 of the Lowcountry high school football season.
With playoff spots and region titles on the line, the Lowco’s gridiron stars were shining brightly in Week 9, and we have the RBC Heritage Player of the Week nominees to prove it.