HSFB: LowcoSports SCHSL Week 5 primer

The great Vin Scully, when noting a player was listed as "day to day," once quipped, "Aren't we all?" It has never been more true than this moment, when the high school football season — like most everything else — is hanging by a thread in the midst of a pandemic. Just ask the Hilton Head High Seahawks.

Lowco Lowdown: SCHSL Week 5 preview show

Justin Jarrett and Wes Kerr get you ready for the Friday (and Thursday) Night Lights in the Lowco, with previews of all the games around the Lowco in SCHSL Week 5, plus breaking news of Hilton Head High's football team being quarantined for two weeks.

HSFB: Warriors climb to 5th, Eagles still 8th in state polls

Whale Branch climbed one spot to No. 5 in Class 1A and Beaufort High held strong at No. 8 in Class 4A in the latest S.C. Prep Media Football Poll released Tuesday. May River and Hilton Head High also received votes for the Class 4A poll.

HSFB: Lowco First Down — SCHSL Week 4/SCISA Week 8

We'll have full recaps and multimedia coming throughout the weekend, including video highlights, photo galleries, and recap podcasts, but here's your first look at the high school football action from around the Lowco in SCHSL Week 4 and SCISA Week 8.

HSFB: LowcoSports SCHSL Week 4 primer

The temperature might not suggest it, but we're past the midway point of October, which means region titles and playoff spots are on the line every week from here on out, even in this unusual, abbreviated high school football season.

Lowco Lowdown: SCHSL Week 4 HSFB preview show

The Lowco Pod Squad of Justin Jarrett, Wes Kerr, and Carlo Perruzza gets you ready for the Friday Night Lights with previews of all the S.C. High School League football games featuring Lowco teams in Week 4. Hear their thoughts and predictions for Battery Creek at Oceanside Collegiate, Bluffton at Beaufort High, May River at Colleton County, James Island at Hilton Head High, and Whale Branch at Cross.

HSFB: Warriors stun Bobcats at buzzer to remain unbeaten

It must have been a raucous ride back to Seabrook on Friday night, after Jaylen Reeves connected with Jakhi Pusha for a 41-yard touchdown on the final play of the game to lift Whale Branch to a 21-20 victory at Baptist Hill to take over the top spot in Region 7-1A.