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Battery Creek football dealing with COVID-19  Battery Creek’s football team hopes to be back in action Friday after having last week’s game at Bishop England canceled due to COVID-19 protocols within the Dolphins’ program.  The game was canceled Monday after a Dolphins player tested positive for the virus. The game will not be made up, but the Dolphins will not… Keep Reading


Battery Creek falls short against Hanahan

Above: Battery Creek quarterback William White gets hauled down by Hanahan’s Kayden Gaddist during the first half of their Region 8-3A game Friday night at Battery Creek High School. The visiting Hawks outscored the Dolphins, 42-14. Photo by Bob Sofaly By Brackin Battery Creek scored twice late, but that was not enough to overcome… Keep Reading


Dilbert’s big day not enough for Dolphins

By Brackin Jeremiah Dilbert posted a season-high 196 rushing yards and scored a TD but the Dolphins could not overcome an early deficit, falling to the North Central Knights, 36-14, on Friday night at Dolphins Stadium. Dreshaun Brown rushed for 76 yards and recorded a score for the offense. Quatrell Livingston lead the way… Keep Reading


Andrew Jackson’s Thompson too much for Battery Creek

By Brackin Lambert Battery Creek’s football team looked strong in the first two quarters, going into halftime tied with visiting Andrew Jackson, but the Dolphins defense could not hold off Trey Thompson, who posted four scores as the Volunteers won, 34-20, Friday night at Dolphins Stadium. Will White threw two touchdown passes to Dreshaun Brown,… Keep Reading

Longtim Battery Creek wrestling coach Nathan Day

Battery Creek coaching legend Day dies

 By Mike McCombs  “Dad always said, ‘If you’re going to do something, be the best you can,’” Ryan Day said Sunday.  It’s unlikely anyone can argue Nathan Day didn’t live up to his own credo.  Nathan Day, the longtime and highly successful Battery Creek High School wrestling coach, died Friday, Aug. 27, after a battle… Keep Reading


Thomas Heyward leaves no doubt vs. Battery Creek Thomas Heyward Academy took a big bite when the three-time defending SCISA 1A champions scheduled both Class 3A Battery Creek and Class 4A Bluffton for a pair of rare matchups between area public and private school programs. The Rebels chewed up the first of their public-school opponents, dominating every phase of the game Friday… Keep Reading