Dolphins cleared for regular-season finale


After another bout with COVID-19, it appears Battery Creek High School’s football team will be able to get back on the field Thursday at North Charleston.

The Dolphins’ past two games were canceled after a series of players tested positive for the virus, and contact tracing has kept the team from holding a full practice since a 42-14 loss to Hanahan on Oct. 8. Battery Creek won’t be back to full strength, but coach Terrance Ashe said he expected most players to be back at practice Tuesday and Wednesday to prepare for the Cougars.

The game is a pivotal one, with the winner claiming a playoff spot and the loser missing the postseason. With a Battery Creek win and a Bishop England loss to Hanahan, the Dolphins would be the 

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