Another week of the high school football season is in the rearview mirror, and while there weren’t any terribly surprising outcomes, a few of the scores were eyebrow-raising.
For the first few series Friday night at Thomas Heyward Academy, the tension was building.
You can't rightly say there's a chill in the air when the high reaches the 80s, but it feels a little bit like football weather in the Lowcountry — or at least as close as we get in September.
Area high school football statistical leaders through Week 3 of the 2019 season.
You could have made a strong case for any of the nominees for this week’s RBC Heritage Player of the Week honors, but we can only crown one.
We call them the Unsung Heroes presented by Candor USA, and here they are for Week 3:
With all five area teams who notched wins Friday putting up at least 36 points, there are a number of offensive standouts on the list of nominees for Week 3 RBC Heritage Player of the Week honors, but you’ll also find a couple of two-way players and one defensive star also made the cut.
Results from the S.C. Prep Football Media Poll, released Sept. 17. Voting is conducted by members of the media who regularly cover high school football in South Carolina. First-place votes in parentheses.
With another high school football season having been rudely interrupted by a close encounter with a hurricane, some of us aren’t quite in midseason form yet, so this is a day later than usual. Unlike *this guy* who has had a tough time getting into a rhythm, though, several local teams were clicking on all … Continue reading HSFB: Five Things I Think I Know After Week 3