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Eagles grind out win in defensive struggle with Trojans

LowcoSports.com Beaufort High’s offense had a tough time finishing drives Friday night against a stingy James Island defense, but the Eagles’ defense was up to the task, pitching a 16-0 shutout on the road to keep Beaufort unbeaten in Region 7-4A. The Eagles were without star running back Amariee Morris due to an ankle injury,… Keep Reading

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PREP ROUNDUP

Above: Beaufort Academy freshman Grace Simmons seems to say, “I don’t think so,” as she clears the net and blocks a shot from Colleton Prep during the first game of their volleyball match Tuesday, Oct. 5, at Beaufort Academy. The Eagles went on to win 3-0. Photo by Bob Sofaly. Eagles’ Stone claims All-State honors… Keep Reading

News/Schools

Fight, handgun put Beaufort High on lockdown

 By Mike McCombs  Beaufort High School was on lockdown Tuesday morning as a result of an altercation in the parking lot resulting in the discovery of a handgun on campus.  At approximately 10:30 a.m., City of Beaufort Police say a bystander intervened in a fight between 22-year-old De-Quarious Major, of St. Helena, and a relative. … Keep Reading

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Eagles shut down Sneed, Seahawks after early shootout

Above: Beaufort’s Kacy Fields rolls into the end zone for the Eagles’ second touchdown of the night against Hilton Head Island during their first region game on Friday at Beaufort High. Photo by Bob Sofaly. LowcoSports.com Notre Dame commit Jaylen Sneed put on a show early in his newfound offensive role, but back-to-back Region 7-4A… Keep Reading

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Beaufort High pancakes another Peach State opponent

By Wes Kerr Coming into the 2021 season, it was clear that Beaufort High’s offense was on a high level. On Friday night, the defense showed it could dominate, too. Eamon Smalls and company put together a remarkable performance on the road at Effingham County (Ga.), holding the Rebels to just three points on the… Keep Reading

Education

Beaufort Co. students to graduate in-person

From staff reports At least one local controversy sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 appears it may turn out differently in 2021. The Beaufort County School District announced Tuesday evening that it plans on holding outdoor, in-person graduation ceremonies for its 2021 graduates. Superintendent Frank Rodriguez said his first priority is to hold in-person… Keep Reading