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BA blanks HHP in second half of region rout

By Wes After being shut out a week ago at Thomas Heyward, Beaufort Academy’s offense roared back to life in Sea Pines on Friday. The Eagles rode a second-half surge to victory, outscoring Hilton Head Prep 28-0 to close out a massive 42-10 region win over the Dolphins. After getting an initial stop on… Keep Reading


Dilbert, Dolphins run over Raptors for region win The first win of the season was worth the wait for Battery Creek, as the Dolphins opened Region 8-3A play with a critical 30-20 win at Academic Magnet on Thursday. Jeremiah Dilbert had another monster game with 162 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries, and Dreshaun Brown added 62 yards and a touchdown… Keep Reading



CROSS COUNTRY Moore, Antia lead Eagles at Military Magnet Invitational Gavin Moore and Charlize Antia notched a pair of fourth-place finishes Saturday to lead Beaufort High at the Military Magnet Invitational in North Charleston. Moore, an 8th-grader, dazzled to pace the Eagles, running a 17:09 for fourth place. Senior Charlie Bennett delivered a strong showing,… Keep Reading


‘I don’t want to stop’: Eagles’ Mills commits to UNCW

By Justin Nash Mills’ two favorite places to be are on the water or pounding the trails, so he found a place he could do both at the next level. A standout track and cross country star at Beaufort High School, Mills has committed to compete in the same sports at UNC Wilmington next… Keep Reading


Whale Branch gets back to winning ways vs. Cross

From staff reports Whale Branch bounced back from a heartbreaking loss a week ago to beat visiting Cross, 31-14, on Friday, assuring the Warriors of a home game in the first round of the playoffs. The Warriors’ region title hopes took a hit with a 30-25 loss to Baptist Hill last week, but Whale Branch… Keep Reading


Howard’s heroics lead Thomas Heyward to rout of JPII

By Wes It was the Brandon Howard show Friday night at Thomas Heyward Academy in Ridgeland. The senior did it all on homecoming night, accounting for four touchdowns with 14 tackles and a pick on defense as the Rebels rolled past John Paul II, 46-6. After losing starting quarterback Dietrich Shuford to a season-ending… Keep Reading