May River boys soccer began take two of its long-awaited state title defense with a 2-0 shutout of visiting Benedictine on Friday.
May River girls soccer opened its season on a high note Thursday, taking down visiting Berkeley 3-1 at The Tank.
Hilton Head High girls lacrosse rode a brilliant second-half defensive effort to a 6-2 win Thursday over visiting May River.
After an undefeated run through Region 7-4A, Hilton Head Island High’s boys cleaned up on the major basketball region awards. Second-year head coach Chane Brown was named coach of the year, and senior standout Will McCracken earned region player of the year honors.
Bluffton’s Tacoya Heyward and Beaufort High’s Layla Warren wowed their fans all season long, and the standout guard duo was rewarded last week by sharing the Region 7-4A’s highest individual honor.
Bluffton girls lacrosse pounced on rival May River on Monday, picking up a 16-5 victory at the Shark Tank for a big Region 7-4A victory.
Hudson Kramer set a school record with eight goals as May River boys lacrosse made the short trip across town and delivered a 20-0 beating to rival Bluffton on Monday.
May River boys lacrosse suffered its first loss of the young season Saturday, falling 14-8 at Lexington.
Area high school boys golf teams will kickstart their season at Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Lowcountry Invitational, which will be played Tuesday and Wednesday on two of Beaufort County’s finest courses.
Nearly half of the Lowco area wrestlers who took the mat Saturday for the Class 4A and Class 3A Lower State qualifier meets are moving on to the state tournament. A total of 18 area wrestlers from five schools advanced to next Saturday’s SCHSL State Championships by placing in the top three in their weight classes at the Lower State qualifiers.