Hilton Head Island High School received top statewide honors for its athletic programs again in 2017-18, topping the S.C. Athletic Administrators Association’s Carlisle Cup standings for the eighth consecutive year.
A one-time dynasty rose again Saturday in Columbia, as Beaufort High’s boys claimed the Class 4A track & field championship – the 14th state championship in program history, but the first since 1990.
May River’s girls finished second and claimed two individual titles at the Class 3A track & field championships Saturday in Columbia.
Whale Branch qualified six individuals and five relay teams for the Class 2A track & field championships at the state qualifying meet Saturday in Columbia.
It’s playoff time on the pitch, as the SCHSL girls soccer playoffs begin Monday and the boys get underway Tuesday.
It was no easy task, requiring hours of analyzing stats and picking the brains of area coaches, but the inaugural RBC Heritage All-Lowco Boys Basketball Team has arrived.
After four years as a Longhorn, Poona Ford is a Seahawk again, and Dee Delaney is staying in the Sunshine State.
John Paul II’s girls shut out Beaufort Academy 4-0 in a region matchup Friday.
Whale Branch opened the Class 2A playoffs with a 17-2 loss at Johnsonville on Wednesday.
The county has produced only six NFL Draft picks over the past 35 years – and only two in the past 25 years – but has the chance to hear two native sons’ names called this weekend.