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When Hanahan High School’s football team packs into buses and rolls up Highway 52 toward St. Stephen on Sept. 16, there will be a bit more energy on both sidelines for the rivalry matchup.The clash marks Art Craig’s return to Timberland High School after piling up most of his 240-plus career victories in St. Stephen. The third-year Hanahan coach has never been on the sideline opposite the home stands. Craig guided the Wolves to two state championships.He’s a Timberland legend, but that won’t matter to th...
When Hanahan High School’s football team packs into buses and rolls up Highway 52 toward St. Stephen on Sept. 16, there will be a bit more energy on both sidelines for the rivalry matchup.
The clash marks Art Craig’s return to Timberland High School after piling up most of his 240-plus career victories in St. Stephen. The third-year Hanahan coach has never been on the sideline opposite the home stands. Craig guided the Wolves to two state championships.
He’s a Timberland legend, but that won’t matter to the home fans for a few hours on Friday.
“I’m sure there will be some people who show up and want to see Coach Craig get his behind whipped,” he said. “At the end of the day, though, the game is about the players. I’m sure there will be some emotion there. It will be an experience for sure.”
It’s the lone matchup of Berkeley County School District programs on the Week 4 docket.
Timberland leads the series 15-2 going back to 2004 and Craig’s last pack of Wolves blanked Hanahan, 42-0, in 2019. The Wolves have won four in a row in the series going back to Hanahan’s 44-19 victory in 2015.
More Berkeley County teams at home in Week 4 are Berkeley, Goose Creek, Cane Bay and Philip Simmons.
The Stags host Fort Dorchester, one of the top programs in Class AAAAA. The Patriots bounced Berkeley from the playoffs last fall.
The Gators also host a bunch they lost to last season when Blythewood visits John Fulmer Field. The Bengals defeated Goose Creek, 22-7, in Blythewood.
Cane Bay hosts James Island, an opponent it has never lost to. The Cobras have won all five meetings against the Trojans.
Philip Simmons welcomes Aynor into town for the first-ever meeting between the two teams.
More on Week 4 matchups below:
Berkeley vs. Fort Dorchester
Notes: Fort Dorchester has won five in a row in the series, including a 39-13 victory in the opening round of the Class AAAAA playoffs last year … Berkeley last won in the series, 33-30, in 2009 … The squads didn’t play between 2010-2017.
Goose Creek vs. Blythewood
Notes: Blythewood won the only meeting between the two teams, 22-7, last season … The Bengals’ only other game against a Berkeley County School District program came in 2006, when they edged Timberland by two points in the Class AAA state championship game.
Cane Bay vs. James Island
Notes: Cane Bay is 5-0 in the series and won last year, 18-8… Four of the five matchups have been decided by 10 points or less… Cane Bay’s widest margin of victory is 31-0 in 2015 … The first encounter was in 2014.
Stratford at Carolina Forest
Notes: First meeting between the two teams … Carolina Forest has won three straight against Berkeley County School District programs, beating Cane Bay and Goose Creek in the 2019 playoffs and the Gators again in the 2020 playoffs.
Hanahan at Timberland
Notes: Timberland leads the series, 15-2, going back to 2004… All of those wins were under current Hanahan coach Art Craig, who makes his first trip back to St. Stephen… The encounter is the first since Timberland won, 42-0, in 2019 ... The Wolves have won four in a row in the series going back to Hanahan’s 44-19 victory in 2015.
Philip Simmons vs. Aynor
Notes: First meeting between the two teams … Aynor is 0-3 in its last three games against Berkeley County School District programs going back to a shutout loss against Timberland in 2008… The Blue Jackets also lost to Timberland in 2013 and Hanahan in 2018, both by shutout.
Cross at Lake Marion
Notes: The series is tied 9-9 going back to 2004… Lake Marion won last season, 14-12 … Before last season’s loss, Cross won four of five meetings…Eight of the 18 contests have been decided by single digits… Cross’s most lopsided win in the series is 38-0 in 2017… Lake Marion’s largest margin of victory is 33-0 in 2004.
St. John’s Christian at Lee Academy
Notes: Lee Academy won playoff encounters in 2020 and 2021 by scores of 26-12 and 27-6 … The teams have one common opponent so far, with Lee Academy blasting Patrick Henry, 40-19, and St. John’s Christian losing to PHA, 6-0.
Northwood at Hilton Head Christian
Notes: Hilton Head Christian has won five straight in the series going back to Northwood’s last victory, 42-13, in 2016... In all, the Eagles have won 11 of the last 14 encounters … The Chargers have not won a game since the 2019 season.
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The realignment of schools by the S.C. High School League last spring changed the look of Region 8-AAA considerably.While Hanahan remains in the league, two newcomers will offer plenty of competition this football season. Beaufort, the defending Class AAAA Lower State champion, has dropped down to Class AAA. And rising from the Class AA ranks is Philip Simmons, a team that went 11-2 and reached the Lower State finals last season.Any of the those three teams is capable of winning the region championship, though Hanahan may be co...
The realignment of schools by the S.C. High School League last spring changed the look of Region 8-AAA considerably.
While Hanahan remains in the league, two newcomers will offer plenty of competition this football season. Beaufort, the defending Class AAAA Lower State champion, has dropped down to Class AAA. And rising from the Class AA ranks is Philip Simmons, a team that went 11-2 and reached the Lower State finals last season.
Any of the those three teams is capable of winning the region championship, though Hanahan may be considered the favorite as the only one of the three programs with a returning starting quarterback.
Battery Creek and North Charleston are improving and won’t be an easy out on any Friday night.
HEAD COACH: Art Craig
2021 RECORD: 8-3
WHAT TO KNOW: Craig begins year three at Hanahan and has a solid core of returning players to cover up a few holes.
The Hawks return sophomore Jaden Cummings at quarterback, and he showed flashes of solid play as a freshman. Also returning in the backfield is junior Kevon Rivera, a third-year varsity starter. Back from injury that cost him last season is top receiver Mason Brady. The offensive line will be fairly inexperienced overall but sophomores Antwain Mitchell and Kalani Edwards show great potential.
Senior Solomon Townes returns to anchor the defensive front while linebackers Kayden Gaddist and Ashton Drayton are the strength of the unit. Malik Horry returns at safety and Prince Shepherd is back at one corner.
HEAD COACH: Bryce Lybrand
2021 RECORD: 12-3
WHAT TO KNOW: The Eagles lost a wealth of talent and experience from the team that played South Pointe for the state title in AAAA last December. But Lybrand is not looking to be a one-hit wonder as he builds his program.
Star defensive tackle Eamon Smalls, a 6-3, 300-pound West Virginia commit, anchors a defense that lost some valuable contributors. End Jack Sumner also returns, as does safety Colton Phares, an Appalachian State commit. The Eagles lost major talent and experience in the skill positions, but sophomore running back Caleb Ulmer looks promising. The top returner offensively is receiver Kacy Fields.
HEAD COACH: Eric Bendig
2021 RECORD: 11-2
WHAT TO KNOW: While replacing a consistent performer at quarterback will be a major challenge, the Iron Horses do return solid talent and experience at the other skill positions.
A three-headed monster in the run game, consisting of Issac Schimpf, KJ Asbury and Sherrod Williams, will be the strength of the team offensively. Top receiver Que Green also returns, along with burner Troy Stevenson, who rates as one of the top junior cornerbacks in the country as well.
Lawson Tosh and Bryce Smalls return as starters along the defensive front. The Iron Horses also return a major threat in the kicking game in senior Griffin Gore, one of the top placekickers in the Lowcountry.
HEAD COACH: Devon Smalls
2021 RECORD: 3-5
WHAT TO KNOW: Smalls continues to build a competitive program at North Charleston.
Top returners to the 2022 team include two-way end Samuel Riddy, running back/linebacker Kahmarion Smith, receiver Gary McDaniel, running back Jaimarie Fuller and receiver Xzavion Capers. Overall numbers are a bit of a concern and most of the team’s top players will play on both sides of the ball more often than not.
HEAD COACH: Terrance Ashe
2021 RECORD: 2-5
WHAT TO KNOW: Ashe feels his 2022 team can be improved and will count heavily on four key leaders.
Seniors Tanner McCracken and Anthony Phelan will anchor both lines of scrimmage this fall. Senior Jeremiah McEachin will be a leader at the second level defensively, either at linebacker or safety. Sophomore athlete Damien Freeman is an explosive player with the ball in his hands.
Greenville NewsHere are the South Carolina high school football scores from Week 1 of the SCHSL regular season. Check back for updates throughout the night.FridayAcademic Magnet 14, Military Magnet Academy 0Andrews 32, Georgetown 12Appling County, Ga. 42, Aiken 7Aynor def. Kingstree, forfeitBamberg-Ehrhardt 36, Denmark-Olar 20Baptist Hill 26, St. John's 8Battery Creek 39, Ridgeland-Hardeeville 28Beaufort Academy 34, Hilton Head Prep 22...
Here are the South Carolina high school football scores from Week 1 of the SCHSL regular season. Check back for updates throughout the night.
Academic Magnet 14, Military Magnet Academy 0
Andrews 32, Georgetown 12
Appling County, Ga. 42, Aiken 7
Aynor def. Kingstree, forfeit
Bamberg-Ehrhardt 36, Denmark-Olar 20
Baptist Hill 26, St. John's 8
Battery Creek 39, Ridgeland-Hardeeville 28
Beaufort Academy 34, Hilton Head Prep 22
Belton-Honea Path 19, Westside 17
Ben Lippen 34, Heathwood Hall 6
Bethesda Academy, Ga. 40, John Paul II 24
Blythewood 43, Richland Northeast 7
Brookland-Cayce 31, Airport 20
Broome 54, Chesnee 28
Buford 35, McBee 8
Camden 53, Lugoff-Elgin 7
Cane Bay 30, Ashley Ridge 20
Carolina High and Academy 22, Dillon Christian 14
Catawba Ridge 16, Charlotte Myers Park, N.C. 0
Central 63, Carolina Academy 0
Central 63, Carolina Pride, N.C. 0
Chapin 45, Mid-Carolina 0
Charleston Collegiate 42, Cathedral Academy 7
Charlotte Christian, N.C. 52, Southside Christian 28
Chester 22, Fort Mill 17
Christ Church Episcopal 41, Southside 14
Clarendon Hall Academy 43, Andrew Jackson Academy 16
Claxton, Ga. 29, Hilton Head Island 18
Clinton 55, Laurens 28
Colleton Prep 42, Northwood Academy 12
Crescent 34, Dixie 10
Crestwood 37, Gray Collegiate Academy 28
Cross 44, Hemingway 0
D.W. Daniel 55, Easley 7
Dillon 41, Lamar 0
Dorchester Academy 22, Orangeburg Prep 20
Dorman 42, North Augusta 28
Dutch Fork 27, Spartanburg 25
Edisto 12, Williston-Elko 6
Estill 24, C.A. Johnson 8
Fairfield Central 41, Andrew Jackson 21
First Baptist 23, Bishop England 10
Fort Dorchester 21, Beaufort 6
Gilbert 49, Batesburg-Leesville 14
Hammond 49, Florence Christian 0
Hampton 48, Allendale-Fairfax 0
Hanahan 22, Berkeley 17
Hannah-Pamplico 26, North Central 20
Hartsville 68, Darlington 0
Hillcrest 62, Greer 14
Hunter-Kinard-Tyler 22, Eau Claire 12
Indian Land 28, Timberland 0
Irmo 27, Lancaster 20
J.L. Mann 14, Riverside 7
James F. Byrnes 54, Chapman 7
James Island 52, R.B. Stall 0
Jefferson, Ga. 56, Wren 28
Jenkins, Ga. 24, Bluffton 21
Lake Marion 28, Calhoun County 22
Lakewood 30, Fox Creek 0
Landrum 34, Berea 3
Latta 31, East Clarendon 0
Laurence Manning Academy 32, Pinewood Prep 14
Lee Central 28, Great Falls 8
Lewisville 50, Wagener-Salley 24
Lexington 63, South Aiken 56
Lincoln County, Ga. 27, McCormick 6
Loris 15, North Myrtle Beach 7
Lower Richland 35, Westwood 8
Lucy G. Beckham 8, Wando 6
Marlboro County 40, Cheraw 12
Mauldin 20, Boiling Springs 7
Midland Valley 29, Strom Thurmond 23
Ninety Six 53, Ware Shoals 0
Northside Christian 28, Greenwood Christian 12
Northwestern 32, Clover 21
Orangeburg-Wilkinson 20, W.J. Keenan 8
Patrick Henry Academy 6, St. John's Christian Academy 0
Pee Dee Academy 48, Cardinal Newman 42
Pelion 15, Columbia 12
Pendleton 34, Eastside 8
Powdersville 51, Abbeville 44
River Bluff 52, Swansea 0
Robert E. Lee Academy 35, Thomas Sumter Academy 7
Saluda 34, Ridge Spring-Monetta 7
Sandy Creek, Ga. 46, Greenwood 21
Seneca 50, Palmetto 14
Socastee 21, Silver Bluff 0
South Florence 29, Oceanside Collegiate Academy 28
St. James 37, Philip Simmons 30
St. Joseph 35, Blacksburg 7
Summerville 38, Carolina Forest 7
Sumter 15, Ridge View 14
T.L. Hanna 36, Greenville 29
W. Wyman King Academy 38, Francis Hugh Wardlaw Academy 16
Waccamaw 33, Carvers Bay 18
Wade Hampton (G) 49, Travelers Rest 28
West Ashley 7, May River 3
West Florence 32, Lake City 7
Whale Branch 19, North Charleston 8
White Knoll 36, Spring Valley 9
Whitmire 41, Spartanburg Christian 24
Williamsburg Academy 47, Palmetto Christian Academy 0
Wilson 56, Marion 36
Wilson Hall 28, Hilton Head Christian Academy 7
Woodruff 31, Fountain Inn 0
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The Medical University of South Carolina and the state’s Department of Health and Environmental Control will address the importance of vaccination at an event in Charleston Friday morning.“Vaccinations help us lead safe, healthy, and happy lives by protecting people of all ages from common, yet serious diseases,” Outreach and Education Coordinator for DHEC’s Division of Immunization Beth Poore said. “With children going back to school across South Carolina, now is the perfect tim...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The Medical University of South Carolina and the state’s Department of Health and Environmental Control will address the importance of vaccination at an event in Charleston Friday morning.
“Vaccinations help us lead safe, healthy, and happy lives by protecting people of all ages from common, yet serious diseases,” Outreach and Education Coordinator for DHEC’s Division of Immunization Beth Poore said. “With children going back to school across South Carolina, now is the perfect time to talk to your healthcare provider about which vaccines are right for you and your family.”
In addition to discussing the importance of immunizations, speakers will recognize the 2022 Immunization Champion Award winners.
The awards recognize individuals “who go above and beyond in ensuring immunization access in their communities.”
This year’s winners in South Carolina are:
2022 Leadership Award and National Immunization Champion:
Dr. Youlanda C. Gibbs, EdD
The Palmetto Palace
2022 Advocacy Award:
Allison Ross Eckard, MD
Medical University of South Carolina
2022 Innovation Award:
Beth Sundstrom, PhD, MPH
College of Charleston
2022 Partner of the Year Award:
Mary Beattie, RN
Cherokee County School District
2022 Community Collaboration Award:
Hanahan Fire and EMS
City of Hanahan Fire Department
South Carolina Immunization Coalition Organizing Director Alexandra Hayes said Friday’s event also celebrates the partnerships necessary to raise awareness and education on vaccines.
“SCIC achieves its success through partnerships, and it gives us great pleasure to see the number of partners that are involved today to honor our state’s immunization champions,” Hayes said. “The collaborative effort with the Association of Immunization Managers (AIM) to recognize SC’s national impact on increasing vaccine confidence is demonstrated through our national champion award recipients like Dr. Gibbs, Kim Nelson (2019), and Dr. Eliza Varadi (2018).”
Speakers at the event include:
Friday’s event begins at 10 a.m. and will be held at MUSC’s Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Women’s Pavilion and live streamed on DHEC’s Facebook page. Replays of the event will be available on the organization’s YouTube page.
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ROSEMONT, Ill. - Two Fighting Illini women's golfers were recognized by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday (Aug. 31) as graduate student Crystal Wang and junior Isabel Sy were named 2022-23 Preseason Honorees.The pair return to Illinois after helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and a berth at ...
ROSEMONT, Ill. - Two Fighting Illini women's golfers were recognized by the Big Ten Conference on Wednesday (Aug. 31) as graduate student Crystal Wang and junior Isabel Sy were named 2022-23 Preseason Honorees.
The pair return to Illinois after helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships and a berth at the NCAA Regionals to finish the season.
Crystal Wang led the team in seven tournaments as top Illini finisher last season, including final three tournaments of the season. She registered eight top-15 finishes: The Landfall Tradition (3rd), ICON Invitational (T-3rd), Lady Buckeye Invitational (T-5th), Big Ten Championships (T-6th), Wolverine Invitational (T-8th), Illini Women's Invitational (T-13th), Blessings Collegiate Invitational (T-14th), NCAA Tallahassee Regional (T-14th). Her performances earned a Big Ten Conference Women's Golfer of the Week honor after equaling a season-best third place finish at the ICON Invitational (Feb. 21-22, 2022) and carding the lowest 54-hole tournament total in program history with a 13-under par 203, highlighted by an eight-under par 64 in her final round, which also marked the lowest single round score in program history. The senior led the field with 18 birdies in the tournament. Wang was named to the All-Championship Team after finishing in a tie for sixth place at the Big Ten Championships (Apr. 22-24, 2022) with a two-over tournament total of 215, including a five-under 66 in her second round. The Diamond Bar, Calif., native was named Big Ten Conference Women's Golfer of the Week after registering her highest finish of the season with a third place showing at The Landfall Tradition (Oct. 29-31, 2021) with a tournament total of four-under par 212 that included a four-under 68 score. She also led all players with 17 birdies in the tournament.
Isabel Sy, a San Gabriel, Calif., native, is coming off a sophomore season where she ranked second on the team with eight rounds under par. Sy posted six Top-20 finishes, including five in the spring: Briar's Creek Invitational (T-8th), Schooner Fall Classic (T-11th), Columbia Classic (T-12th), Lady Buckeye Invitational (T-12th), Clemson Invitational (T-15th), Big Ten Championships (T-17th). She equaled her career best finish to tie for eighth place at the Briar's Creek Invitational (Mar. 14-15, 2022) with an even-par 216 tournament total. Sy turned in her career low round with a five-under 67 in her final round at the ICON Invitational (Feb. 21-22, 2022) and finished tied for 11th at the Schooner Fall Classic with a 2-over 212 total. In her debut season in the Orange and Blue, Sy recorded a 75.19 scoring average, which ranked third-best on the team. She collected a Top-10 finish at the Moon Golf Invitational (8th) and posted a then career-best single round score of 68.
The Illini open the 2022-23 schedule on Sept. 12-13 when they travel to Hanahan, S.C., for the Cougar Classic at Yeamans Hall Club, hosted by the College of Charleston.