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Eagles overcome miscues to rout Wildcats

Above: Beaufort’s Brandon Williams, right, clears the way for Amariee Morris during the first half of the Eagles’ non-region game against West Ashley on Friday, Sept. 10, at Eagles Stadium. The Eagles went on to win, 38-7, and stretched their winning streak to four games. The Eagles will be on the road for Game 5… 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


Beaufort completes Georgia sweep with win over Cadets

Above: Beaufort Eagle Brandon Smalls, left, held up the Benedictine’s Za’Quan Bryan long enough to let Owen Davis move in for the tackle during their non-region game Friday night at Beaufort High School. The Eagles bested the Cadets, 33-23, to improve to 3-0. BHS will host West Ashley at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Photos by Bob… Keep Reading


Lubkin comes up big as BA hangs on for wild win

By Eric Ellison Beaufort Academy earned a huge opening win on the road at St John’s Christian on Friday, outlasting the Cavaliers in a wild 42-33 shootout in Moncks Corner. The Eagles’ rushing attack lived up to the hype, as BA ran the ball 35 times for 219 yards with Devonte Green leading the charge… Keep Reading


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



 Four Calhoun County players and two Whale Branch players go up for a pass near the end zone during the closing seconds of the first half Friday night in Seabrook. Nobody caught the pass. The host Warriors gave up 16 points in the second half but still managed an improbable 54-50 come-from-behind win, thanks in… Keep Reading