Sports briefs for November 17th-23rd

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Area high school football scoreboard
Friday, Nov. 11

Battery Creek 23, Ridgeland-Hardeeville 20
Berkeley 48, Beaufort 14
Bluffton 32, Wade Hampton 19
Hilton Head 69, Colleton County 34
Whale Branch 27, Academic Magnet 0

6 Beaufort Academy players named All-Region

Six Beaufort Academy football players have earned SCISA All-Region honors.

Beaufort Academy’s Kevin Williams (Sr., RB) Will Warren (Jr., OL) Chris Boggs (Sr., WR), Jaxon Spratling (Jr., DL) Edward McCormick (So., LB) and William Tumlin (Fr., DB) claimed all-region honors from the SCISA.

A leader for the Eagles throughout the 2016 football season, Williams rushed for over 1,000 yards from his quarterback position.

He earned his all-region selection as a running back.

Tumlin, Beaufort Academy’s kicker, was the lone special teams player honored as an All-Region selection.

Coastal Christian standout Wyatt Baldwin was named the All-Region Player of the Year.

Cathedral Academy’s Jalen Ladson was named the Offense All-Region Player of the Year.

Another Cathedral Academy standout, Chandler Mahaffey, was named the Defense All-Region Player of the Year.

Cathedral Academy head coach Tommy Wait was named the All-Region Coach of the Year.


5K event will raise funds for firefighters

On Saturday, Nov. 19, firefighters and citizens alike will join together in a unified show of support for firefighters across the nation who are battling occupational cancer by participating in the 4th Annual Hampton’s Hometown Heroes Charity 5K Run/Walk in Hampton.

One of the regulars at the race is Burton’s Lt. Alex Murray, who has been an active participant with this event every year..

Initially organized by the Hampton Fire Department as a fundraiser for two of their own firefighters, the cepartment has since turned the event into an annual fundraiser for Code 3 for a Cure (C3FAC) to assist fellow firefighters across America who are suffering with occupational cancer.

C3FAC founders and other team members will be in attendance, and some of the firefighters participating will wear their fire gear as a symbol of support for all firefighters who are battling occupational cancer.



Golf tourney raises funds for needy

The Fill The Sleigh Golf Tournament will beheld Saturday, Nov. 19,  at The Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes. This is a two person, captain’s choice tournament played in scramble format. Entry is $60 and a toy donation per person. Entry includes green fees, cart, driving range and range balls. Lunch is included for all pre-registered players.

Funds raised go to help families struggling through the holidays. Contact 843-784-3606.