Hope & Homecoming

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Story and photos by Bob Sofaly

Last Friday night at Eagle Stadium was full of special events for students, parent and alumni. The game started with a moment of silence and a candlelight vigil against domestic violence.

It was also a crucial Region 8-AAA game against the Hilton Head Island Seahawks, and was also Homecoming night.

At halftime, the student body of BHS presented HELP of Beaufort with more than 7,000 of nonperishable food.

The Beaufort High School Eagles defeated the Seahawks from Hilton Head 28-14, keeping their play-off hope alive.

The Beaufort High School cheerleaders held a candle light vigil and moment of silence prior to the football game last Friday night against domestic violence since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The Beaufort High School cheerleaders held a candle light vigil and moment of silence prior to the football game last Friday night against domestic violence since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Steve Curless, left, president of HELP of Beaufort, accepts a representation of the more than 7,000-pound donation of nonperishable food from Beaufort High School principal Cory Murphy.
Steve Curless, left, president of HELP of Beaufort, accepts a representation of the more than 7,000-pound donation of nonperishable food from Beaufort High School principal Cory Murphy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Homecoming: Alex Zapp, second from left, is crowned the 2014 Beaufort High School Homecoming Queen by Elise Dean. King of Court was Zach Wilson, center, crowned by BHS principal Cory Murphy.
2014 Homecoming: Alex Zapp, second from left, is crowned the 2014 Beaufort High School Homecoming Queen by Elise Dean. King of Court was Zach Wilson, center, crowned by BHS principal Cory Murphy.