May River’s boys claimed the No. 2 seed in the Class 3A playoffs with a 54-41 win over Wade Hampton on Friday at Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School.
Three area football players made their plans to play at the next level official — and another formalized his next stop — on the first day of the final signing period for the class of 2019 on Wednesday.
Visiting Gilbert racked up the bonus points early and pulled out several close matches to build an insurmountable lead and claim a 33-31 win over May River in the Class 3A Lower State championship Wednesday.
May River’s boys picked up a huge win at Wade Hampton on Tuesday, beating the Red Devils 66-62 to forge a tie for second place in Region 8-3A.
May River’s girls clinched their first region title with a 38-26 win at Wade Hampton on Tuesday.
May River’s wrestling team rolled into the Class 3A Lower State finals with a dominant 64-7 victory at Lake City on Monday.
May River’s wrestling team breezed into the Class 3A Lower State semifinals with a 51-12 home win over Pelion on Saturday. E.J. Seman, Chad Hadden, Bennie Jenkins, Rodney Romero, Anthony Nelson, Wyatt Banfield, Kaleb Foulk, Ryan Humel, Terry Fields, Roderick Grant and Kailin Prescott-Ferguson picked up wins for the Sharks. Battery Creek won its first round match, defeating Loris 54-27, but lost to top-seeded Gilbert 53-18 in the second round. May River will travel to Lake City on Monday with the winner hosting the Lower State final Wednesday.
May River’s boys assured themselves of at least the No. 3 seed from Region 8-3A with a 94-58 home win over Battery Creek on Friday.
May River’s girls clinched at least a share of the Region 8-3A title with a 35-27 home win over Battery Creek on Friday.
Ridgeland-Hardeeville’s boys moved up to the No. 2 spot in Class 3A and May River’s girls jumped into the top 10 with a No. 9 ranking in Class 3A in the most recent S.C. Basketball Coaches Association rankings released Wednesday.