We recognize the standouts from the last week’s action and look ahead to this week with the Lowco Wrestling Spotlight presented by Candor USA.
John Paul II wrestling picked up a big dual win Monday, beating Colleton Prep 42-15.
Beaufort High’s wrestling team finished second in the silver bracket at the U.S. Military Duals on Friday and Saturday at Chapin High School.
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May River’s wrestling team continued to mow down the competition Saturday, going 5-0 to win the team title at the Timberland Duals.
Beaufort High’s boys got a strong performance from the bench to get back in it after a slow start, but the Eagles fell short in a 68-41 home loss to Effingham County (Ga.) on Saturday.
Hilton Head Christian Academy’s boys couldn’t overcome a 30-point third quarter from visiting Savannah Country Day, falling 78-61.
Bluffton’s girls rediscovered their offensive prowess, but visiting St. Mary’s rained in 12 3-pointers en route to an 81-63 win over the Bobcats on Saturday.
Beaufort High’s girls won for the second night in a row Saturday, routing visiting Effingham County (Ga.) 41-19.
Jaslyn Joseph and Kadari Mitchell led the USCB indoor track & field team Friday at the Gamecock Opener in Columbia.