May River’s girls and Bluffton’s boys topped their crosstown rivals in the season’s second meeting between the schools Saturday.
Battery Creek’s girls locked up the No. 2 seed from Region 8-3A with a 49-31 home win over May River on Friday.
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Rashamel Butler put up a huge stat line as top-ranked Ridgeland-Hardeeville held off a strong challenge from May River for a 61-52 road win Friday.
May River’s girls stunned region leader and Class 3A No. 2 Ridgeland-Hardeeville on Friday, beating the visiting Jaguars 43-37.
The notion that it’s not over until it’s over has never been more fitting than it was on the wrestling mat at May River High School on Wednesday.
Low Country Volleyball Club’s 15 National team bounced back from losing its first match to claim first place in the 15 Power division at the USAV Palmetto Region January Jam in Charleston over the weekend.
May River’s girls won for the second straight night, picking up a 51-30 victory at Phillip Simmons on Saturday.
May River’s girls rallied for a five-point halftime deficit to force overtime before pulling away for a 56-46 win at Wade Hampton on Friday.